Mental Health Awareness & Suicide Prevention Presentation – offered at no cost

Duration:                  50-minutes

Primary Audience:      youth (middle/high school)

                               *Separate presentations available for school staff & parents

Topics include:          facts and myths, warning signs, effects of stigma, treatment and recovery

Presenters:               trained caregivers or peers with lived experience; one is a young adult


Children’s Mental Health Issues Education Course – offered at no cost

Duration:                  six 2.5 hour sessions; or three 5 hour sessions

Audience:                 parents/caregivers of youth with behavioral/ emotional challenges related    

                              mental health conditions

                               *Also, available for professional caregivers

Topics include:          brain biology and diagnosis; treatment options; communication 

strategies; navigating the mental health care system; working with schools; preparing for a crisis

Facilitators:trained caregivers with lived experience

For more information on the next NAMI Basics opportunities, please click Learn More below.


Youth Mental Health First Aid Training – Certification Course

Duration:                  9-hour day or two 4.5-hour days

Audience:                 adults who work with youth

Course includes:        typical adolescent development versus warning signs and symptoms of 

mental health distress in adolescents; how to recognize and assist a young person thinking about suicide; practical and engaging activities, scenarios, and videos bring this course to life

Interested? The Advocacy & Education Team will be happy to help. Call our office at (302) 427-0787 or email Jenn Ford at or Annie Slease at