Mental Health First Aid a growing success says National Council on Behavioral Healthcare. “Now with more than 6,300 instructors, the program has spread to all 50 states. Since 2008, more than 300,000 people in the U.S. have completed the Mental Health First Aid course to learn how to help youth and adults with mental health and substance use concerns connect to care in their communities.” Since May of 2010 Kanza has delivered 16 trainings and trained 248 persons in our four county area. Courses have been held in all four counties. Our post-training evaluation scores show an approval rating of 4.38 on a five point scale. Kanza’s certified adult and youth MHFA trainers are Jolene Lowe, CBS Assistant Director and David Elsbury, CEO. Kanza has been asked to join with KDADS and the Kansas Department of Education to provide MHFA training for staff of the schools in Brown County. If you are interested in scheduling a class, please contact David Elsbury at 785-742-7113.