Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid Training Resources

This is a collection of some of the most common resources that come up during the MHFA and YMHFA trainings. To add or correct resource on this list, please email us so that we can address the issue: 

National Resources

Idaho Resources

Utah Resources

Faith-based Resources

Rural Resources

Youth Resources & Higher Education

LGBTQ Resources

Older Adult Resources

Veteran Resources

immigrant and refugee Resources

Grief & Trauma

Lethal Means Restriction

Marketing Resources

Non-Suicidal Self-Injury

Self-care & compassion fatigue

Obtaining Continuing Education Credits

  • Below is a syllabus with training agenda & learning objectives. Following the completion of the 8-hour course, you will have your certificate of completion. You should be able to turn in these materials to receive CEU's at each of your regulatory offices: nurses, social workers, law enforcement, teachers, etc. This course should allow for 8 hours of  general CEU's. Please email us if you run across issues as we would love to streamline this process for future First Aiders. (

Follow Up

Following a MHFA or YMHFA Training, have you had the chance to apply ALGEE in your home or community? We'd love to hear more about the ways in which MHFA has made an impact. Please share by clicking the button below.

I learned a great deal on how to approach kids vs. adults and have a better understanding of the common issues facing youth.
— Youth Mental Health First Aider, Boise, ID 2016
“The positive impact that Mental Health First Aid has had in schools is clear. The training helps teachers and administrators recognize certain mental health challenges that many of their students face. David explained that the training is especially useful to bridge the gap between schools and other community resources that could treat and support a student who is experiencing a mental health issue.”
— David Rivera, Outreach Coordinator for New York City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
I have a much changed outlook on the need to know what to look for and how to help someone.
— Youth Mental Health First Aider, Boise, ID 2016
Based on this training and the experience I already have, this added more tools to my tool belt.
— Youth Mental Health First Aider, Boise, ID 2016
Role playing and actually using the words you’d use was a strength of this course. It’s totally different when you actually have to say it out loud.
— Youth Mental Health First Aider, Boise, ID 2016