Identifying Depression

Note: This event has already passed.

Date: Apr 16 2018, 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

McCoy's Community Center (Bldg 1571)

This workshop is designed to help participants recognize and manage those behaviors, thoughts and feelings that could be signs or symptoms of depression.

Feeling depressed is a fairly common experience. It can be a consequence of a variety of situations, or could mean that someone is clinically depressed. Depression is often seen in conjunction with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), an other disorders. This workshop will help participants identify problematic symptoms, find ways to address and/or manage them, and figure out when to make a referral or seek additional help.

This training is a collaborative effort between the American Red Cross and Army Community Service for the benefit of the Fort McCoy community.

Registration Info

Register by calling ACS at 608-388-6712.

Must be registered by Friday, April 13. This class is limited to 25 attendees.
Lunch buffet with a beverage is free to all registered attendees.

ACS events are open to Military, Retirees, Civilian workforce, Family Members and registered Fort McCoy Volunteers, unless otherwise stated. Employees must contact their supervisors regarding dismissal from work centers. For information on upcoming training opportunities through ACS please go to and click on ACS Calendar.