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Connect & Learn: Mental Health First Aid

Registration will close on 9/11 at 10 a.m.

 Export to Your Calendar 9/12/2019
When: 9/12/2019
11:00 AM to 1:10 PM
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Kenwood Country Club
6501 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, Ohio  45243
United States
Presenter: Gloria Walker, NAMI Urban Greater Cincinnati Network on Mental Illness
Contact: Celia Werner, Chapter Administrator
513-554-4747


Online registration is available until: 9/11/2019
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Pending approval for:

1 SHRM Certification Credit!
1 General HRCI Credit!


Depression, anxiety, and substance use may not seem like things that an employer should concern themselves with, but the reality is that mental health can have a critical impact on a company’s bottom line.  During this presentation, attendees will learn how as HR Professionals we can recognize the need for additional training and how to get appropriate resources.

Learning Objectives:
Recognize the need for additional training/resources
Learn the signs and symptoms of mental health issues
Understand how to support employees through this time
A Mentally Healthy Workforce Is Good for Business!



Ms. Walker is certified  Adult Mental Health First Aid Youth Mental Health First Aid instructor. She has trained MHFA throughout the greater Cincinnati area and in Singapore. She is also a trainer for the NAMI Family to Family class having trained several others in teaching the classes. Ms. Walker earned her M.B.A. in business at Xavier University a B.S. in economics at University of Cincinnati and worked on her Doctorate in Education focusing on curriculum and instruction is a past member of Ohio Mental Health Planning Council and a past board member of Ohio PAIMI Council .
Gloria Walker is a member on the NAMI Ohio Board of Directors and executive director at NAMI Urban Greater Cincinnati Network on Mental Illness in Cincinnati. She s a past member of NAMI national  She has served on Ohio Disability Rights Protection and Advocacy on Mental Illness (PAIMI) council. She is on the board of Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Healthcare and serves on governance and finance committees. She is proud of her efforts in development of the NAMI Multicultural Action Center and encouraging all of NAMI’s efforts at diversity and inclusion including her personal outreach to Singapore, Johannesburg So. Africa, France and Cuba. She chairs Cincinnati Sister Cities, Nancy, France Mental Health Committee.
As the mother of an adult living with Schizoaffective disorder she advocates at the national, state, local and individual levels for proper treatment and supports of loved ones and all people living with serious mental illness. She also believes that education and support for families, communities and those living with mental illness plays an important role in early treatment and likewise, successful outcomes. She is executive director for NAMI Urban Greater Cincinnati Network on Mental Illness, which was founded to address the needs of access in the urban, under-served community.




Members $25
Non-Members $35


RSVP by: September 11, 2019

*PrePayment is required to attend. Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover are accepted. 

No refunds will be provided after September 9, 2019.   

Please note there is an additional $10 registration fee for walk-ins.  Walk-ins are not guaranteed a spot after online.

Contact Info

4010 Executive Park Drive,
Suite 100
Cincinnati, OH 45241

Phone: 513-554-4747
Fax: 513-562-9743
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