Behavioral Health Camps are designed for students ages 16 and older to explore career pathways in the field of behavioral health. Students can earn up to 1 college credit and learn about key topics in behavioral health including wellness techniques, abuse, neglect, addiction, grief, stress and mental health while discovering career paths within the field. Students will explore careers including social workers, counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, behavioral health aides, and other positions within the field of behavioral health and human services.
This program is a one-week course that includes:
- Site visits to explore behavioral health careers
- Presentations by behavioral health professionals
- Presentations by college professors
- Mental Health First Aid training (8-hour internationally recognized certificate training)
- Classroom work to learn how to become a behavioral health professional
This program is free to students and chaperones. The program includes travel and lodging costs. For more information, please contact us.