Mental health is a critically important part of the CJPS trade for numerous reasons. Critical incident stress remains a significant factor in the health of responders nationwide and teaching our students how to effectively manage their mental health after seeing and experiencing traumatic scenes is very important. In addition to their own personal mental health, members of the public with mental health issues are disproportionately more likely to have contact with police, fire, and EMS services. Training our students to understand mental health issues and how to help people experiencing crisis is very important. We were fortunate enough to have Jen and Joy from the Wheeler Clinic come and teach the Mental Health First Aid course. The mental health first aid course is a skills-based training that teaches participants how to identify, understand and respond to someone who is experiencing a mental health or substance-use problem, and connect them to appropriate care if necessary. Thank you Jen and Joy for providing this great training for all of our students!