The Beaver County System of Care will provide training that educates stakeholders on evidence-based and best practice models and that support the consumer-driven, recovery oriented transformation process. Training will be open to all peers, family members, service providers, community agencies and natural supports in Beaver County.
In the interest of public health and safety, all BCBH sponsored trainings and meetings through the end of April will be rescheduled for a later date.
Therefore, the following COD Series trainings are temporarily canceled and will be rescheduled for late spring/early summer.
– Understanding Co-Occurring Disorders, 4/3/2020
– Screening, Referral & Resource Tools for Co-Occurring Disorders, 4/17/2020
The current training schedule is as follows, but may also change. Please check back with the Beaver County System of Care often to get the latest information.
2020 Co-Occurring Disorder Series
Jill S. Perry, MS, NCC, LPC, CAADC, SAP
JP Counseling & Associates, LLC
This training series is FREE and open to Beaver County providers, consumers and family members.
(SW & CEUs available!)
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4/3/2020 Understanding Co-Occurring Disorders (temporarily on hold)
5/1/2020 Moving Co-Occurring Clients Through the Stages of Change
5/15/2020 *The Young Brain: The Impact of Mental Health & Substance Use (Learn more)
5/29/2020 Effective Group Approaches for Co-Occurring Clients
6/19/2020 Choice & Voice: Helping Co-Occurring Clients Manage Medication
6/5/2020 Engaging Families to Improve Co-Occurring Outcomes
6/26/2020 Co-Occurring Disorders Do Not Discriminate: A Look at Special Populations
7/10/2020 Clinical Assessment & Documentation for Co-Occurring Disorders
7/24/2020 Suicide & Violence in the Co-Occurring Culture
8/7/2020 Self-Care as an Ethical Priority
Registration open! NAMI Homefront – ONLINE!!!!
This free, 6-session program is for family, friends and significant others of military Service Members and Veterans.
NAMI Homefront helps families understand what the Service Member/ Veteran is experiencing related to trauma, combat stress, civilian life transition, PTSD and other mental health conditions.
The program is designed to help family members understand and support their Service Member/Veteran while maintaining their own well-being. NAMI Homefront leaders have personal experience with mental health conditions impacting their Service Member/ Veteran. The class is free but you are expected to attend all six sessions. You must have access to a laptop, PC or tablet with a stable internet connection to participate. To hear audio, you will need to call in via telephone. We recommend you use a headset or headphones.
An application process is required to ensure this program is a good fit. Space is limited.
(Click here to Register)
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