The purpose of this course is to review
engagement strategies that focus on practical methods and offer
contribute to a culture of engagement. It emphasizes the need to focus
on engagement throughout the continuum of care and offers principles to
guide the way. The course provides 2.5 continuing education credits with successful completion.
advances have been made to promote behavioral health recovery concepts and practices. This course addresses the values, structure, and components of
recovery-oriented systems of care. It offers practical examples of how behavioral health professionals
and organizations can incorporate the types of recovery-focused services and
supports that have been proven effective for persons with mental health and
substance use conditions. Three (3) continuing education credits or hours are available after successful course completion.
This course is the first in a four-part series related to Mobile Response Teams. It examines: the various types of crises that may be encountered by response teams; team structure, qualities, and operational elements; and practice guidelines. This webinar-based course offers 1.5 continuing education credits or hours after successful course completion.
This course is offered at no cost. This course will help learners better
understand the basics of clinical evaluation from diagnosis, to case
conceptualization, to treatment planning. Four (4) continuing education credits or clock/contact hours are available after successful course completion.
This course is available at no cost. It examines the gender-specific barriers that women with substance use disorders and/or co-occurring mental health disorders often experience when attempting to access treatment and recovery supports. It also explores the rationale and specific methods for creating and sustaining welcoming environments for women. 3 continuing education or contact/clock hours are offered.
This 3-hour course is offered at no cost. The purpose of the course is to help participants better understand PWIDs and why this population is considered high-priority by funders and policy makers. It will also review effective strategies for working with injection drug using populations.