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Assisted Living Facilities - Limited Mental Health Training

$55

with Nancy Eisele

Calendar Aug 11, 2020 at 9 am

The eight (8) - hour training course is designed for individuals who need to obtain and maintain ALF-LMH licensure. The focus of the course is a review of relevant statutes and administrative code. Successful passing of course exam is required to receive credit.

To maintain good standing, ALF staff having client contact must complete this full day of training, which was developed by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) within six (6) months after the ALF obtains its Limited Mental Health License, or within six (6) months of hire for new staff.

Following the initial training, three (3) hours of Mental Health continuing education is required every two years.

Assisted Living Facilities - Limited Mental Health Training

$55

with Nancy Eisele

Calendar Aug 11, 2020 at 9 am

The eight (8) - hour training course is designed for individuals who need to obtain and maintain ALF-LMH licensure. The focus of the course is a review of relevant statutes and administrative code. Successful passing of course exam is required to receive credit.

To maintain good standing, ALF staff having client contact must complete this full day of training, which was developed by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) within six (6) months after the ALF obtains its Limited Mental Health License, or within six (6) months of hire for new staff.

Following the initial training, three (3) hours of Mental Health continuing education is required every two years.

SPDAT for Case Management

Free

with Michael Blessing

Calendar Sep 11, 2020 at 12 pm

The Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (SPDAT) is a system-wide tool used help guide the right household to the right support intervention at the right time to support their recovery. It provides an objective approach to assessing needs for housing and life stability based upon evidence; The language and theoretical orientation of the tool is appropriate for housing case managers; by understanding risks to housing stability we are better able to promote “homelessness proofing”.

During the overview the course will showcase how the tool can work for initial assessment as well as help guide case management supports. The course will:

-Give an overview of the SPDAT assessment tool.

-Teach how to use the SPDAT.

-Show the connection between the SPDAT and case management.

-Talk through case management essentials.

-Give the group a chance to interact and answer questions.

Instructor: Michael Blessing - Regional Director of LSF Health Systems Department of Housing and Community Inclusion

SSI/SSDI SIMPLE SIX TRAINING

Free

with Michael Blessing

Calendar Sep 15, 2020 at 1 pm

Workshop Highlights:

This training is designed to give direct service staff: An understanding of the SSI/SSDI application process, tips to help complete a stronger SSI or SSDI application, tips to recognize a stronger or weaker application and a guide to making a referral to a dedicated SOAR processor.

Trainer:

Michael Blessing, Regional Director of LSF Health Systems Department of Housing and Community Inclusion

Assisted Living Facilities - Limited Mental Health Training

$55

with Nancy Eisele

Calendar Oct 14, 2020 at 9 am

The eight (8) - hour training course is designed for individuals who need to obtain and maintain ALF-LMH licensure. The focus of the course is a review of relevant statutes and administrative code. Successful passing of course exam is required to receive credit.

To maintain good standing, ALF staff having client contact must complete this full day of training, which was developed by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) within six (6) months after the ALF obtains its Limited Mental Health License, or within six (6) months of hire for new staff.

Following the initial training, three (3) hours of Mental Health continuing education is required every two years.

Assisted Living Facilities - Limited Mental Health Training

$55

with Nancy Eisele

Calendar Oct 14, 2020 at 9 am

The eight (8) - hour training course is designed for individuals who need to obtain and maintain ALF-LMH licensure. The focus of the course is a review of relevant statutes and administrative code. Successful passing of course exam is required to receive credit.

To maintain good standing, ALF staff having client contact must complete this full day of training, which was developed by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) within six (6) months after the ALF obtains its Limited Mental Health License, or within six (6) months of hire for new staff.

Following the initial training, three (3) hours of Mental Health continuing education is required every two years.

Rural Substance Abuse & Mental Health Summit
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Rural Substance Abuse & Mental Health Summit

Free

with Lesley Hersey

Rural communities are faced with challenges different than those of more urban areas. Resources are limited, especially when it comes to programs for substance abuse recovery and mental health services for those we love. However, rural communities possess qualities and hidden gems that other areas do not. This summit will focus on discovering those hidden gems and enhancing the strengths your community contains to improve services for those struggling with substance abuse, mental health problems or suicidal thoughts, including the role the local church plays in the health of our community.

Keynote presenters: Bethanie Tucker from the Aha Process, and Tanner & Andrea Clemonts from Tennesse. 

Assisted Living Facilities - Limited Mental Health Training

$55

with Nancy Eisele

Calendar Nov 17, 2020 at 9 am

The eight (8) - hour training course is designed for individuals who need to obtain and maintain ALF-LMH licensure. The focus of the course is a review of relevant statutes and administrative code. Successful passing of course exam is required to receive credit.

To maintain good standing, ALF staff having client contact must complete this full day of training, which was developed by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) within six (6) months after the ALF obtains its Limited Mental Health License, or within six (6) months of hire for new staff.

Following the initial training, three (3) hours of Mental Health continuing education is required every two years.





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