All Heart Initiative

Mental health awareness is no longer about campaigning in silence.
It’s about raising our voices and living our truth.


4 easy ways you can help end the silence:


Become more open and honest about your mental health.

Listen without judgment to people sharing their stories.

Break the stigma around people with mental illnesses.

Get trained in mental health awareness.

YesAudienceParents, Teachers,
Youth Leaders
Human Resources, Corporate Wellness Managers, Community OrganizationsJuvenile Justice, Youth Detention OfficersHealthcare Professionals, Community Service Providers, Military, Faith Leaders
Training Youth Mental
Health First Aid
Adult Mental Health First AidMental Health
Training for
Juvenile Justice
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
DescriptionEarly intervention to recognize mental health challenges in youthEarly intervention awareness to recognize adults experiencing mental health challengesIncrease understanding of youth with mental and substance use disorders in the juvenile justice systemSuicide Prevention skills training workshop to increase general counseling, and reduce suicidality
Time6 Hours Total
2 self-paced
4 Live Session
6 Hours Total
2 self-paced
4 Live Session
6 Hours Total
2 self-paced
4 Live Session
16 Hours Total
2 Days
PlatformVirtual or
In-person
Virtual or
In-person
Virtual
In-person
In-person
CertificationYesYesYesYes

Mental Health Awareness Training

Mental health awareness is important because it can help people understand the signs and symptoms of mental illnesses or mental well-being. By showing how to recognize these issues, our communities can foster tolerance, compassion, and understanding for others. It can also help motivate an individual to seek treatment for various mental health challenges.

Mental Health First Aid is a skills-based training course that teaches participants An estimated one out of every five people will experience mental health problems every year. That is five times more than cancer and eight times more than HIV. Despite the invisibility of it compared to other diseases, mental health problems have become of increasing concern to young people, with around three in four expecting to have at least one episode of mental ill-health at some point in their lives.

In an age where 70 percent of people in the workforce experience depression and 35 million workdays are lost each year due to mental illness, knowing how to identify signs of mental health problems at work is imperative.


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