Hear to Help for Medina County
Modeled after the Allies/Safe Space program that identifies individuals who are open to talking about and who are supportive of LGBTQ+ individuals and identities, individuals displaying the Hear to Help logo have a deeper understanding of mental health and substance use and can help connect individuals with services, if necessary. Completing a mental health awareness training does not obligate individuals to participate in the Hear to Help initiative.
Step 1: Take A Training
A.I.D. Training: 60-minute in-person or virtual training for staff
Mental Health First Aid: 8 hour or 6 hour in-person course for staff
Step 2: Display Your Hear To Help Graphic
This was handed out at the training (desk plaque, magnet, sticker, or window cling). If you did not receive it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 3: Promote Your Involvement in Hear to Help
If you are interested in letting students know that you are Hear to Help, an image and description has been put together for you to include on your email signature, website, social media, and/or print out the poster and hang it.
- Email Signature
- Mental Health Ally
- Social Media Graphics:
Hear to Help Commercial