Adult Mental Health First Aid Training 

Berkeley Medical Center will be hosting an Adult Mental Health First Aid Trainings.


Wednesday, August 16, 2017                                                               


Berkeley Medical Center Campus                                                        

Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center                                                

1st Floor Mountaineer Room                                                               




This is a FREE training. All materials and refreshments will be provided.


Space is limited so please only register if you are available to attend.



For more information or to register:





Training Information


November 14, 2017



9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Check in begins at 8:30am


**CEU’s pending for Social Work, LPC’s, and Law Enforcement



Holiday Inn Express Martinsburg

301 Foxcroft Avenue

Martinsburg, WV


Registration Fee:


(Includes continental breakfast and afternoon snack—lunch is on your own)


Contact Amy Kidrick to register:


Phone: 304-263-8954 ext. 7067

Fax: 304-263-8141

Payment methods accepted: cash, check (payable to EastRidge Health Systems), or credit card



Children & Concussions Training Session

Children & Concussion

This  training session serves to educate professionals on children and concussion with particular emphasis on the importance of early screening and correct diagnosis.   Who can benefit from this training?

  • Professionals or paraprofessionals who interact with the aging population
  • Caregivers
  • Family members

Survivors of traumatic brain injury


Training Dates and Locations September 18, 2017 1 PM—4 PM Speaker: Terry Cunningham Location: WVU Martinsburg     October 25, 2017   9 AM—Noon Speaker:Sara Miller Location: Mercer County Health Department   January 10, 2018  1 PM—4 PM Speaker:Terry Cunningham Location: CED North, Morgantown    January 25, 2018 9 AM—Noon Speaker:Sara Miller Location: WVU Extension, 10th floor, Charleston    February 6, 2018 1 PM—4 PM Speaker:Terry Cunningham Location: Highland Hospital – Clarksburg

Trauma Training in Series on Healing Comunities

We’re excited to announce the next training in our series focused on trauma informed strategies for the community!  See the flier below regarding an exciting event we are hosting this Fall with two dynamic speakers and a panel of regional leaders discussing what implementation looks like in their social institutions. Group rates are available for organizations registering ten or more attendees, contact Kerry Fair at 240-513-6370 or to arrange.  Our last two trainings sold out prior to the day of the event, don’t wait to get your tickets! Feel free to forward to others you believe would benefit, registration is now open at!