Through our certification course, you’ll become a mental health first aider. Learn more and sign up for the Adult Mental Health First Aid class, held April 17, or Youth Mental Health First Aid class, held April 27.
BeHeard Mile High – Community members share their perspectives through easy to take surveys. The comprehensive results are share with key stakeholders and policymakers to positively impact health and wellness for Metro Denver African Americans. Contact Eric@caahealth.org to learn more.
Our Community Health and Wellness Navigators will connect you to resources and service providers in the areas of: Health Insurance Literacy, Housing, Food and Clothing Banks, Parent Education and Support Services, Transportation, and Many More General Services. For more information email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides overview of the terminology used in health insurance coverage, explains the differences in use based on type of insurance, and offers participants basic tools to create a personal wellness plan. For times, dates, locations, and registration click here.
Strengthening Families Program – An evidence-based training program that helps parents and children gain skills that will keep their families strong. Currently enrolling families! Contact Bintou@caahealth for more details.
Providing African American and Black Metro Denver high school students leadership building and empowerment opportunities, helping them become active agents of change. Contact Avondine@caahealth.org for more details.