MIR Teacher Training


Are you passionate about mental health education and eager to make a difference in your community?

Look no further than our Mental Illness & Recovery (MIR) Teacher Training program! This comprehensive training opportunity is designed for NAMI Vermont members committed to mental health advocacy and education. It empowers you to become a certified teacher equipped to deliver essential mental health education across the state.

Our program is more than just training – it’s a journey of learning, growth, and advocacy. As a participant, you’ll learn how to teach the MIR curriculum at least twice a year on Saturdays. Committing to teaching will help spread awareness, reduce stigma, and support recovery efforts throughout Vermont.

During the training sessions, you’ll delve deep into mental health education, gaining valuable insights, accessing crucial resources, and engaging in interactive activities that promote understanding and compassion. Led by experienced instructors, each session provides a supportive environment for learning and skill development.

By becoming a certified teacher, you’ll play a vital role in fostering a more empathetic and knowledgeable community around mental health. Whether you’re a peer, family member, or mental health professional, this training equips you with the tools and knowledge to make a meaningful impact on individuals and families affected by mental illness.

Join us in this rewarding journey of learning and advocacy. Let’s make a difference by promoting mental health awareness, providing support, and advocating for positive change in our communities. Don’t miss this opportunity to empower yourself and others on the path to mental wellness.

Ready to take the next step? Register for our upcoming MIR Teacher Training at namivt.org/mir  and join a movement dedicated to improving mental health education and support across Vermont. Let’s transform lives and build a brighter future together.

Visit namivt.org for more updates!