We will be offering educational activities for behavioral health professionals and providers in the coming year. Examples may include webinars or workshops on trauma informed care, agency readiness for peer support services, recovery oriented practices, and person centered care.
Do you have a specific presenter or workshop in mind? We’d be happy to do the leg work to bring behavioral health education and awareness to your community! Depending on the activity and required resources, we can help coordinate behavioral health trainings, workshops, and webinars for your audience.
SafeTALK Training, presented by Amanda Hunt, sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention—Idaho Chapter and the Office of Consumer and Family Affairs
Saturday June 3rd, 2017
5160 Yellowstone Ave, Chubbuck, ID 83202
Help someone when they need it most. Suicide is preventable. Anyone can make a difference. Attend the half-day safeTALK training program and quickly learn four basic steps to connect people at risk of suicide to life-saving resources. Both professionals and members of the general public save lives using safeTALK training. Anyone 15 or older can attend.
Option 1: 9am–12pm: register here
Option 2: 1:30–4:30pm: register here
Click here for a flyer.
Questions? Contact Amanda Hundt, email@example.com, 208-866-9258
Recovery-Oriented Approaches to Screening, Intake, and Monitoring
Wednesday June 7th, 2017
Initial assessments and screening can provide powerful opportunities to identify whole health needs and individuals’ preferences concerning services and coordination of care. Done well, they can help create a positive tone and establish upfront the values of individual engagement, empowerment, choice, and recovery. This webinar draws on the presenters’ practical, first-hand experience with recovery-oriented screening, intake, and monitoring processes and how they benefit both the person using services and the recovery support services team. Hosted by SAMHSA Recovery to Practice.
Learn more and register here
How to Effectively Implement Telebehavioral Health in Primary Care
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Implementing telebehavioral health has the potential to connect individuals to behavioral health services in a way that is convenient, efficient and secure. But how do you make the most of telebehavioral health for integrated primary and behavioral health care and how can you implement technology in a way that eases, not adds to, staff workload? Join this free interactive webinar to ask subject matter experts about the key elements of successful telebehavioral implementation and learn about practical tools for how to build capacity for telebehavioral health in integrated primary and behavioral health care settings. Hosted by SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solution.
Learn more and register here.
Putting it All Together: Applying Recovery and Wellness Strategies in the Field
Thursday June 15, 2017
Building off the first and second sessions in this series, this webinar will showcase three programs that infuse wellness and recovery into housing services, offering participants with strategies for implementing evidence-based and promising practices at their organizations. We are inviting homeless services and housing providers who are serving individuals with behavioral health and recovery support needs, especially those who are new to the field, to participate in this upcoming session. Hosted by Advocates for Human Potential Inc.
Learn more and register here.
Stay tuned for upcoming activities!
If you are looking for resources for your peer support program please check out our agency readiness page.