Mental Health Awareness Trainings

Mental Health Awareness (gatekeeper) trainings are programs that increase mental health knowledge, reduce mental illness stigma, and develop skills needed to make referrals to appropriate mental health professionals. 

Mental Health Awareness trainings offered:

A.I.D. Training: 60 to 90 minute in-person, training for KSU students, faculty, and staff

Mental Health First Aid: 8 hour in-person course for students, faculty, and staff 

QPR Training: 60 minute online, self-guided course for KSU students, faculty, staff, and families

Thrive Through It: Self-paced, online course for KSU students.

If you are interested in scheduling a Mental Health First Aid or QPR class, contact Kim Laurene, klaurene@kent.edu.