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Rural Resilience: Farm Stress Training

American Farm Bureau Federation, Farm Credit, Michigan State University Extension, National Farmers Union, University of Illinois Extension
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

Mike Tomko


Rural Resilience: Farm Stress Training is a self-paced online course for groups that work with farmers and ranchers to learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of stress and suicide, ways to effectively communicate with people under stress, and how to reduce stigma related to mental health concerns.

Units include:

  • Managing stress
  • Communicating with distressed farmers
  • Suicide awareness

The course is designed for groups that work with farmers and ranchers, as well as anyone who wants to help friends, family, neighbors and their community during stressful times.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding
The course is provided at no cost.
Application process

Choose the buy now link from the bottom of the program website to begin the course.

Tagged as
Behavioral health · Behavioral health workforce · Depression · Farmers and farmworkers · Informal caregivers · Stigma · Stress and stress disorders · Suicide and suicide prevention

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