Mendocino Coast Hospital Offers Crisis Intervention Training

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Bruce Lewis

Focus Will Be Psychological First Aid Skills for Crisis Management

FORT BRAGG, Calif. – March 27, 2010 – The Chaplaincy Program at Mendocino Coast Hospital is offering training in individual crisis management to medical personnel, firefighters, emergency workers, law enforcement, human resources specialists, counselors, faith communities, and pastors and ministers.

The two-day program, scheduled at the hospital on April 14 and 15, will provide CEU’s and certification with completion of the 16-hour course.

Lin Taylor, M.A., a hospital chaplain and an International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc. Approved Instructor, will provide the training.

The cost is $175.00. Scholarships are available.

For a reservation, call Lin Taylor at 707 357-0808 or send her an email at

Mendocino Coast District Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital offering a wide range of services including 24-hour emergency care, a wellness center, minimally-invasive orthopedic surgery, laboratory, rehabilitation and primary care services. For more information, visit