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 The Incredible Years is an evidence-based program developed in 1983 created to help families with over-active, inattentive, non-compliant and aggressive children.

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Certified Peer Specialist Training Information/Application (click here)

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Accessing the Child Serving Systems & Accessing the Adult Serving Systems

These no cost, one-half day workshops help identify the Chester County Child & Adult Serving Systems and describe the criteria required to access and use each system.

Child Serving Systems workshop includes Children, Youth and Families, Mental Health/Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (including Early Intervention), Juvenile Probation, Drug and Alcohol, Education, Health, Community Development and the Chester County Youth Center.  Training is held in April and October.

Adult Serving Systems workshop include Adult Probation, Mental Health/Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Drug and Alcohol, Department of Aging, Health Department, Chester County Prison and the Department of Community Development.  Training is held in January and June.

Staff from county departments and social service agencies, families and other interested community members would benefit from these trainings.

Please click here to see when the next Child and/or Adult training is scheduled.

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

MHFA is a an 8 hour public education program that introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses, builds understanding of their impact and provides tools to help someone who is struggling. 

Additional information:     About Mental Health First Aid       ~~~~~     About Mental Health First Aid for Older Adults

Scheduled Training: 

Adult MHFA - Malvern: June 2019

To schedule an MFHA training for your group or organization contact The COAD Group

Chester County Suicide Prevention Task Force

QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer)

QPR trains every-day citizens to recognize a crisis and the warning signs that someone may be contemplating suicide.

Many classes are by request therefore to schedule a QPR training for your group or organization e-mail your request to:

For more information contact the Chester County Suicide Prevention Task Force