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Domestic Violence 101

Free

with Julie Emmer

Calendar Nov 10, 2021 at 11 am

This Domestic Violence training will allow participants to learn about the prevalence and warning signs of domestic violence and intimate partner violence. They will also learn what to say and do to help survivors access help safely. Specifically, participants will learn about resources available through both Hubbard House and the MHRC LINK to Life Suicide Prevention Care Coordination team.

For professionals and community members serving or residing in Duval County.

You will receive a Zoom link 48-hours prior to the training.

If you have any questions about this course, please contact Robert Hersey at robert.hersey@lsfnet.org or (904) 239-7186.

QPR Gatekeeper Training (Suicide Prevention)

Free

with Julie Emmer

Calendar Nov 12, 2021 at 9 am

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Each year thousands of Americans, like you, are saying "Yes" to saving the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, or neighbor.

For professionals and community members serving or residing in Duval County.

You will receive a Zoom link 48-hours prior to the training.

Virtual: Domestic Violence 101

Free

with Lesley Hersey

Calendar Dec 2, 2021 at 12 pm

In this training we will: 

•Establish a Definition of Domestic Violence

•better understand the victim

•better understand the batterer

•Determine who is the batterer

•Provide resources

For more informaiton, contact Lesley Hersey lesley.hersey@lsfnet.org 904-624-2804. 

FACT Program Training

Free

with Lauren Plinkinton

Calendar Jan 26, 2022 at 2 pm

This training will provide attendees a better understanding of the ACT model and provide an opportunity to ask any questions surrounding the FACT team.

A Zoom link will be sent to all participants 24-48 hours prior to the training.

About FACT, per the Department of Children and Families (DCF):

In an effort to promote independent, integrated living for individuals with severe and persistent psychiatric disorders, Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) teams provide a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a week, multidisciplinary approach to deliver comprehensive care to people where they live, work or go to school, and spend their leisure time. The programmatic goals are to prevent recurrent hospitalization and incarceration and improve community involvement and overall quality of life for program participants. FACT teams assume responsibility for directly providing the majority of treatment, rehabilitation and support services to individuals. Emphasis is on recovery, choice, outreach, relationship-building, and individualization of services. Enhancement funds are available to assist with housing costs, medication costs, and other needs identified in the recovery planning process. The number of contacts and the frequency at which they are provided is set through collaboration rather than service limits. Statewide, there are 33 FACT teams staffed with a psychiatrist, licensed mental health professionals, nurses, a vocational specialist, a substance abuse specialist, peer specialists and case managers. Each team serves 100 individuals with an average caseload of 1:12.

FACT Program Training

Free

with Lauren Plinkinton

Calendar Apr 27, 2022 at 2 pm

This training will provide attendees a better understanding of the ACT model and provide an opportunity to ask any questions surrounding the FACT team.

A Zoom link will be sent to all participants 24-48 hours prior to the training.

About FACT, per the Department of Children and Families (DCF):

In an effort to promote independent, integrated living for individuals with severe and persistent psychiatric disorders, Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) teams provide a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a week, multidisciplinary approach to deliver comprehensive care to people where they live, work or go to school, and spend their leisure time. The programmatic goals are to prevent recurrent hospitalization and incarceration and improve community involvement and overall quality of life for program participants. FACT teams assume responsibility for directly providing the majority of treatment, rehabilitation and support services to individuals. Emphasis is on recovery, choice, outreach, relationship-building, and individualization of services. Enhancement funds are available to assist with housing costs, medication costs, and other needs identified in the recovery planning process. The number of contacts and the frequency at which they are provided is set through collaboration rather than service limits. Statewide, there are 33 FACT teams staffed with a psychiatrist, licensed mental health professionals, nurses, a vocational specialist, a substance abuse specialist, peer specialists and case managers. Each team serves 100 individuals with an average caseload of 1:12.

FACT Program Training

Free

with Lauren Plinkinton

Calendar Jul 27, 2022 at 2 pm

This training will provide attendees a better understanding of the ACT model and provide an opportunity to ask any questions surrounding the FACT team.

A Zoom link will be sent to all participants 24-48 hours prior to the training.

About FACT, per the Department of Children and Families (DCF):

In an effort to promote independent, integrated living for individuals with severe and persistent psychiatric disorders, Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) teams provide a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a week, multidisciplinary approach to deliver comprehensive care to people where they live, work or go to school, and spend their leisure time. The programmatic goals are to prevent recurrent hospitalization and incarceration and improve community involvement and overall quality of life for program participants. FACT teams assume responsibility for directly providing the majority of treatment, rehabilitation and support services to individuals. Emphasis is on recovery, choice, outreach, relationship-building, and individualization of services. Enhancement funds are available to assist with housing costs, medication costs, and other needs identified in the recovery planning process. The number of contacts and the frequency at which they are provided is set through collaboration rather than service limits. Statewide, there are 33 FACT teams staffed with a psychiatrist, licensed mental health professionals, nurses, a vocational specialist, a substance abuse specialist, peer specialists and case managers. Each team serves 100 individuals with an average caseload of 1:12.

FACT Program Training

Free

with Lauren Plinkinton

Calendar Oct 26, 2022 at 2 pm

This training will provide attendees a better understanding of the ACT model and provide an opportunity to ask any questions surrounding the FACT team.

A Zoom link will be sent to all participants 24-48 hours prior to the training.

About FACT, per the Department of Children and Families (DCF):

In an effort to promote independent, integrated living for individuals with severe and persistent psychiatric disorders, Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) teams provide a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a week, multidisciplinary approach to deliver comprehensive care to people where they live, work or go to school, and spend their leisure time. The programmatic goals are to prevent recurrent hospitalization and incarceration and improve community involvement and overall quality of life for program participants. FACT teams assume responsibility for directly providing the majority of treatment, rehabilitation and support services to individuals. Emphasis is on recovery, choice, outreach, relationship-building, and individualization of services. Enhancement funds are available to assist with housing costs, medication costs, and other needs identified in the recovery planning process. The number of contacts and the frequency at which they are provided is set through collaboration rather than service limits. Statewide, there are 33 FACT teams staffed with a psychiatrist, licensed mental health professionals, nurses, a vocational specialist, a substance abuse specialist, peer specialists and case managers. Each team serves 100 individuals with an average caseload of 1:12.





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