Classes & Events
Helping Kids Thrive
Helping Kids Thrive is a free annual parenting conference with hands-on practical information to help children and youth grow in positive ways. It’s for parents of infants to teens and for other adults too! For more information click here.
Mental Health First Aid teaches the public identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Jefferson Center for Mental Health is proud to offer these interactive 8-hour course free of charge to our community members. View class schedule and sign up today!
A variety of classes are offered to clients and the community to help foster health and recovery. View the current catalog and register now!
Suicide Prevention Training
One of the goals of the suicide prevention program is to recruit “gatekeepers” in the community to participate in suicide prevention workshops. View class schedule and register now!
Putt Your Stuff for Mental Health Miniature Golf Tournament
This annual event is fun for all ages and supports Jefferson Center programs and services. Sponsorships available. Learn more
Qualified Medication Administration Personnel (QMAP)
Jefferson Center for Mental Health (JCMH) offers a class to obtain the Qualified Medication Administration Personnel (QMAP) certificate. The class is taught by a JCMH instructor and is offered roughly every 3 months. The class is broken up into one day of classroom education and the following day is the written and practicum test. The classroom day is from 8am to 5pm. At the end of the classroom day students sign up for their preferred testing time for the following day. The test day usually takes students about 2 hours to complete depending on each student. View class schedule and register now!