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Best Practices in Whole Person Care 5-Week Live Learning Community for Region 10 (FULL)

9:00am - March 18, 2021 thru 10:15am - April 15, 2021 | Timezone: US/Pacific
Northwest MHTTC
Registration Deadline: March 5, 2021
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Contact us at northwest@mhttcnetwork.org

 


Brought to you by Northwest MHTTC in collaboration with C4 Innovations

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Please note: we are no longer accepting applications for this opportunity; due to high demand, all seats have been filled.

The Northwest MHTTC is excited to sponsor up to 25 spots for members of the workforce in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington State (HHS Region 10) to participate in this live learning community hosted by our partner, C4 Innovations. This opportunity is part of our Provider Well-Being activities

We will email only those who are accepted or wait-listed to confirm their status and to follow up with registration details.

We will conduct a lottery to select applicants and to create a wait list from the applications we receive.

 


Learning Community Description & Learning Objectives

When we compassionately and skillfully incorporate best practices into our work, people are more likely to trust and allow us to partner with them to make positive changes in their lives. Embodying best practices is essential in our work with people who have too often been marginalized and mistreated. This training provides an overview of selected person-centered, racially-equitable, housing-focused, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented, peer-integrated, self-compassionate approaches that inform our work.

  • Describe the four elements of the mindset and heart-set of best practices
  • Give an example each of how white dominant culture perpetuates racism at interpersonal, institutional, and structural levels
  • Describe three principles of trauma-informed practice
  • Identify three benefits of integrating peer providers in service delivery
  • Name three ways to foster personal resilience and renewal
     
Schedule

This 5-week live learning community will be held over 5 Thursdays: March 18-April 15, 2021, at 10-11:15 AM Pacific Time.

Target Audience

Staff at all levels of health and human service agencies seeking to incorporate best practices into their programs.

Training Certificates and Formal CEUs Available

Certificates of completion will be awarded to participants who have attended all five live webcasts (or watched the webcast recordings in their entirety), completed all required learning activities, scored higher than 80% on each weekly quiz, and completed the course evaluation form and the certificate request form. Six (6) hours of continuing education credit will be awarded upon completion of this course through ASWB and NBCC. Ten (10) hours of continuing education credit will be awarded upon completion of this course through NAADAC. Certificates will be emailed directly to participants roughly two weeks after completion of the final session.


Facilitators

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Ken Kraybill, MSW, has worked in healthcare, behavioral health, homelessness, and housing for the past 35 years. He is a Senior Trainer at C4 Innovations and is dedicated to improving the quality of care provided to marginalized and vulnerable people. Ken develops curricula and facilitates in-person and online training nationally on topics including Motivational Interviewing, trauma-informed care, outreach and engagement, clinical case management, peer integration, Critical Time Intervention, and supervision. Ken has a Master of Social Work from the University of Washington in Seattle and an undergraduate degree from Goshen College in Indiana.

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Kristen Harper, MEd, has spent her career creating, sustaining, and accrediting recovery high schools and helping others access recovery support services locally, nationally, and internationally. She delivers technical assistance to a wide range of community-based recovery support organizations, including secondary and postsecondary educational institutions. She founded the Center for Addiction Recovery at the College of Public Health at Georgia Southern University.

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Nastacia' Moore, BA, is a Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator for SPARC, a C4 Racial Equity Initiative working with communities to develop systems-level responses to historical racial inequities. She also provides technical assistance to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Continuums of Care. Prior to joining C4, she was lead HMIS trainer for the Indiana Balance of State and Program Manager of a permanent supportive housing program for families in Dayton, OH.


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