BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Schipul Technologies//Schipul Codebase 5.0 MIMEDIR//EN VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT ORGANIZER: DTSTART:20171208T140000Z DTEND:20171208T220000Z LOCATION:Combined Arms TRANSP:OPAQUE SEQUENCE:0 UID:uid819@mhahouston.org DESCRIPTION:--- This iCal file does *NOT* confirm registration.\nEvent details subject to change. ---\nhttp://www.mhahouston.org/events/819/\n\nEvent Title: Military Mental Health First Aid\nStart Date / Time: Dec 08, 2017 08:00 AM US/Central\nLocation: Combined Arms\nGoogle\nhttp://maps.google.com/maps?q=2929+McKinney+St,Houston,Texas,77003\n\nForecast\nhttp://www.weather.com/weather/monthly/77003\n\nWhy Mental Health First Aid for Veterans, service members, and their families? \nWhile military service often fosters resilience in individuals and families, some service members may experience mental health or substance use challenges. Thirty percent of active duty and reserve military personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have a mental health con­\;dition requiring treatment &ndash\; approximately 730,000 men and women, with many experiencing post-trau­\;matic stress disorder and major depression. Sadly, less than 50 percent of returning veterans in need receive any mental health treatment. The Veterans Administration reports that approximately 20 veterans die by suicide every day. \nIndividuals trained in Mental Health First Aid can help to: \n \nBreak down the stigma associated with mental illness like anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders \nReach out to those who suffer in silence, reluctant to seek help \nLet veterans know that support is available in their community \nProvide community resource information \nMake mental healthcare and treatment accessible to thousands in need \nRead more in our \;fact sheet. \n \n \nWhat you learn \nKey components of the module for military members, veterans and their families include: \n \nA discussion of military culture and its relevance to the topic of mental health \nA discussion of the specific risk factors faced by many service members and their families such as trauma, both mental and physical, stress, separation, etc. \nApplying the ALGEE action plan in a number of scenarios designed specifically for service members, their families and those that support them \nA review of common mental health resources for service members, their families and those who support them \n--- This iCal file does *NOT* confirm registration.Event details subject to change. ---\n\n--- Tendenci(tm) Software by Schipul.com - The Web Marketing Company ---\n X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:
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Event Title: Military Mental Health First Aid

http://www.mhahouston.org/events/819/

When: Dec 08, 2017 08:00 AM US/Central

Combined Arms
2929 McKinney St
Houston, Texas 77003
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=2929+McKinney+St,Houston,Texas,77003

Forecast: http://www.weather.com/weather/monthly/77003


Why Mental Health First Aid for Veterans, service members, and their families?

While military service often fosters resilience in individuals and families, some service members may experience mental health or substance use challenges. Thirty percent of active duty and reserve military personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have a mental health con­\;dition requiring treatment &ndash\; approximately 730,000 men and women, with many experiencing post-trau­\;matic stress disorder and major depression. Sadly, less than 50 percent of returning veterans in need receive any mental health treatment. The Veterans Administration reports that approximately 20 veterans die by suicide every day.

Individuals trained in Mental Health First Aid can help to:


What you learn

Key components of the module for military members, veterans and their families include:

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SUMMARY:Military Mental Health First Aid PRIORITY:5 CLASS:PUBLIC BEGIN:VALARM TRIGGER:-PT30M ACTION:DISPLAY DESCRIPTION:Reminder END:VALARM END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT ORGANIZER: DTSTART:20171208T140000Z DTEND:20171208T220000Z LOCATION:Combined Arms TRANSP:OPAQUE SEQUENCE:0 UID:uid820@mhahouston.org DESCRIPTION:--- This iCal file does *NOT* confirm registration.\nEvent details subject to change. ---\nhttp://www.mhahouston.org/events/820/\n\nEvent Title: Military Mental Health First Aid\nStart Date / Time: Dec 08, 2017 08:00 AM US/Central\nLocation: Combined Arms\nGoogle\nhttp://maps.google.com/maps?q=2929+McKinney+St,Houston,Texas,77003\n\nForecast\nhttp://www.weather.com/weather/monthly/77003\n\nWhy Mental Health First Aid for Veterans, service members, and their families? \nWhile military service often fosters resilience in individuals and families, some service members may experience mental health or substance use challenges. Thirty percent of active duty and reserve military personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have a mental health con­\;dition requiring treatment &ndash\; approximately 730,000 men and women, with many experiencing post-trau­\;matic stress disorder and major depression. Sadly, less than 50 percent of returning veterans in need receive any mental health treatment. The Veterans Administration reports that approximately 20 veterans die by suicide every day. \nIndividuals trained in Mental Health First Aid can help to: \n \nBreak down the stigma associated with mental illness like anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders \nReach out to those who suffer in silence, reluctant to seek help \nLet veterans know that support is available in their community \nProvide community resource information \nMake mental healthcare and treatment accessible to thousands in need \nRead more in our \;fact sheet. \n \n \nWhat you learn \nKey components of the module for military members, veterans and their families include: \n \nA discussion of military culture and its relevance to the topic of mental health \nA discussion of the specific risk factors faced by many service members and their families such as trauma, both mental and physical, stress, separation, etc. \nApplying the ALGEE action plan in a number of scenarios designed specifically for service members, their families and those that support them \nA review of common mental health resources for service members, their families and those who support them \n--- This iCal file does *NOT* confirm registration.Event details subject to change. ---\n\n--- Tendenci(tm) Software by Schipul.com - The Web Marketing Company ---\n X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:
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Event Title: Military Mental Health First Aid

http://www.mhahouston.org/events/820/

When: Dec 08, 2017 08:00 AM US/Central

Combined Arms
2929 McKinney St
Houston, Texas 77003
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=2929+McKinney+St,Houston,Texas,77003

Forecast: http://www.weather.com/weather/monthly/77003


Why Mental Health First Aid for Veterans, service members, and their families?

While military service often fosters resilience in individuals and families, some service members may experience mental health or substance use challenges. Thirty percent of active duty and reserve military personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have a mental health con­\;dition requiring treatment &ndash\; approximately 730,000 men and women, with many experiencing post-trau­\;matic stress disorder and major depression. Sadly, less than 50 percent of returning veterans in need receive any mental health treatment. The Veterans Administration reports that approximately 20 veterans die by suicide every day.

Individuals trained in Mental Health First Aid can help to:


What you learn

Key components of the module for military members, veterans and their families include:

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SUMMARY:Military Mental Health First Aid PRIORITY:5 CLASS:PUBLIC BEGIN:VALARM TRIGGER:-PT30M ACTION:DISPLAY DESCRIPTION:Reminder END:VALARM END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR