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Mental Health First Aid with Katie Nahrwold

Written by: Julia Smolucha

Adult Mental Health First Aid Training, Registration required
Monday, February 13, 9:15 a.m.–3:45 p.m. (30 minute break with lunch included) 
Culbertson Room 

The Adult Mental Health First Aid course teaches early intervention skills to help someone who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge. The course is open to Kenilworth Union’s Congregational Care members at a discounted rate of $20* and members at-large, 18 years of age and older for $40. Learn how to identify, understand, and respond to support those in need. Click through to the National Council for Mental Wellbeing flyer.

Katie Nahrwold, M.Ed.

Katie is a lifetime Kenilworth Union member and current Care Guild Chair. She is Josselyn’s Community Outreach Manager, a Mental Health First Aid Instructor, and a licensed teacher and advocate for mental health in schools and our communities.

Josselyn is a certified Community Mental Health Center which, for more than 70 years, has provided a full slate of quality, accessible mental health services, improving care for the patient in a coordinated setting with access to therapy, psychiatry, and other specialized services. Through our clinics in Northfield, Waukegan, and Northbrook, we serve a diverse clientele of more than 4,400 children, adolescents, and adults from 200 communities across Cook and Lake Counties.

Contact Katie here.

*Discount is extended to members of the following groups: Care Connections, Care Guild, Knitting Ministry, Mid-Day Prayer Worship, Stephen Ministry, and Faith Walk.

Register for Mental Health First Aid Training