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Farm and Ranch Stress Certification is a Program

Farm and Ranch Stress Certification

Started Mar 31, 2022
7.5 credits


Full program description

Program Description

The Ohio State University Colleges of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, and Social Work, are pleased to offer this free* three-course program designed to provide mental health professionals the needed understanding and resources to assist Ohio's agricultural community.  

To receive the Farm Stress Certified certificate for completing all three courses, you must enroll in this program. Enrolling in and completing each course individually will generate certificates for individual courses, but not a Farm Stress Certified certificate. The same number of CE clock hours will be earned regardless. 

If you have questions about the program, contact Bridget Britton at

Continuing Education Classifications

  • 2.5 CE clock hours are available per course, totaling 7.5 upon certification.
  • Meets requirements for CSWMFT Board

The Ohio State University College of Social Work is an approved provider of the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. Provider Number: RCST111747

Technical Assistance

First Time ScarletCanvas Users: After you enroll in a course, you will receive two automated emails, one with the subject "Please confirm your email address - Ohio State ScarletCanvas." Use the link in that email to set up the password you would like to use for your account. 

For technical assistance with the ScarletCanvas platform, including logging in and password concerns, please contact CFAES Online Outreach team at Please allow at least 24 hours for a reply during business hours, 72 hours over holidays and weekends.

To request a credit card receipt for a course please fill out the ScarletCanvas receipt request form. Please allow 3 business days to process your request.

Ohio Department of Agriculture*Valued at $100, this Farm and Ranch Stress program is being offered at no charge to participants thanks to a grant funded by the Ohio Department of Agriculture, and is supported by the intramural research program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, 7 U.S.C 5936, Section 7522 of FCEA of 2008, Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN).