Programming for individuals working to improve student health and academic success.
In 2020, the New Mexico Department of Health, Office of School and Adolescent Health launched a virtual training series for individuals working to improve student health and academic success. Since the program's inception, we have trained thousands of school nurses, counselors, social workers, and others supporting our youth.
We recruit experts in their field to provide the latest, most up-to-date information on a wide variety of school health-related topics such as social and emotional climate, school safety, health services, behavioral and mental health, employee wellness, youth engagement, health equity, diversity & inclusion, physical activity. nutrition, health education, and more.
For every session, we apply for continuing education credits for nurses, counselors, and social workers. There is no cost to receive credit.
If you would like to learn about becoming trained or become a trainer in evidence-based suicide prevention programs, Question, Persuade Refer (QPR,), or Mental Health First Aid, visit www.trainmeosah.com.
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