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January 27, 2024

Bloomington nonprofit expands mental health first aid training

“It's just so important because we see the community needs, the gaps in services, the barriers to care,” said Sonja Workman, the peer services development and community training program manager at the McLean County Center for Human Services [MCCHS]. “So when we increase community training opportunities, it increases knowledge base on what community resources there are.”

That’s part of the reason the center is offering additional mental health training to the public — some of which started Thursday.

Read the full article from WGLT here.