Northeast & Caribbean MHTTC
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Participate in Workforce Development Trainings
Enhancing School-Based Mental Health Services
The Northeast & Caribbean MHTTC serves New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands, providing training, technical assistance, and resource dissemination to support and enhance the mental health workforce.
The Northeast & Caribbean MHTTC is located at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, School of Health Professions, Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions.
Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the MHTTC will work with organizations and practitioners who provide mental health services to strengthen their capacity to deliver effective, evidence-based interventions.
We will offer:
Targeted trainings for specific audiences (e.g., providers, administrators, teachers, police, peers) delivered in-person and via online educational courses.
Intensive train-the-trainer programs to enhance local capacity and sustainability of new practices.
Technical assistance/consultation to facilitate the translation and adoption of new approaches into practice.
Webinars on a range of topics informed by stakeholder input.
Social distancing for teens shouldn’t mean giving up your social life
NJ Spotlight News - Teacher Burnout & Stress
Family Inclusion Webinar Series - Session 2: Strategies to Support Family Member Recovery
Family members of people living with serious mental illnesses go through stages of recovery
Regional Peer Worker Support Circle
Registration for the Regional Peer Worker Support Circle is closed. What: The Regional Peer Worker
Mental Health Service Providers Mutual Support Group
The Northeast and Caribbean MHTTC wants to continue to support you and your work during the COVID-19
Pause, Breathe, Move: Self-Care for Healthcare Providers | Session 4: Nourish the Body
Matching Supports and Accommodations to Functional Implications of Mental Health Conditions | ACCES-VR
Identifying Functional Implications of Mental Health Conditions | ACCES-VR
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