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Understanding the Forensic Peer Mentor Role

Join us as we explore the Forensic Peer Mentor (FPM) role in a 4-part series 'Ready for Reentry'. During the monthly sessions, attendees will learn about the organizational framework needed, explore ways to build community relationships, and understand the practical application of a Forensic Peer Mentor program.

In part 1 of our 'Ready for Reentry' series, we will discuss the Forensic Peer Mentor role, including the responsibilities, qualifications and organizational framework needed to build and support a Forensic Peer Mentor program. Click here to view the on-demand recording from Session 1: Ready for Reentry: Forensic Peer Mentor Overview

In part 2 of our 'Ready For Reentry' series, we will discuss how trusting relationships of community partners are essential for the Forensic Peer Mentor program. Community partners typically include officials within the department of corrections, community supervision, district attorney office and local law enforcement. Click here to view the on-demand recording from Session 2: Ready for Reentry: Putting Stakes in the Ground.

In Part 3 of our 'Ready for Reentry' series, we will discuss the Forensic Peer Mentor Training itself.  We will focus on the Ready for Reentry training created by the Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network (GMHCN).  Lindsey Sizemore, founding director of the training, will describe the opportunities and challenges faced while developing and growing this new model of peer support. Click here to view the on-demand recording from Session 3: Ready for Re-entry: Forensic Peer Mentor Training.

In the final session of our 'Ready for Re-entry' series, active Forensic Peer Mentors (FPM), their leadership, and community stakeholders will explore and discuss the practical application of the Forensic Peer Mentor service delivery model. Click here to view the on-demand recording from Session 4: Ready for Reentry: Forensic Peer Mentor Services Model in Action.

On Demand: The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) as a Self-Care Practice (Apr 2024)

CRM SMHTTC Presentation Slides 4.9.2024

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Mindfulness 4.10.2024

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On Demand: 988 In Every State: The People We Know

Southeast MHTTC Data Visualizations

Region IV is the largest HHS region, comprised of eight states and 26% of the U.S. population. These states have large rural populations, high poverty rates, and face racial and cultural disparities in care. In addition, the Southeast states have considerable clinical, geographic, workforce, and health system differences and often score below the median on state rankings from advocacy groups including the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and Mental Health America (MHA). These factors are important considerations when planning mental health care and support services; however, understanding these influences separately can be challenging. The Southeast MHTTC Data Visualization Project provides information on Region IV priorities in an easy to understand graphical format.

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Addressing Behavioral Health Challenges in Integrated Settings (Series Resources)

Resources from this Series:

This interactive multi-session training opportunity for NC community health center providers addresses everyday challenges experienced by clinicians treating patients who present with behavioral health conditions. Participants learn or refresh their knowledge and application of skills in integrated care settings across the patient engagement process: from the initial primary care provider (PCP) referral to measuring outcomes as treatment concludes. Sessions consist of one-hour trainings complemented by supplemental enhanced learning sessions in which participants take a deeper dive through Q&A with the instructor, small group discussions, and shared learning.

Challenge #1: Engaging PCPs in referrals to integrated care (4/3)

Challenge #2: Evidence based brief interventions in the primary care setting (i.e., brief vs. traditional, adapted DBT skills refresher, WET, etc) (4/17)

Challenge #3: Interventions with special populations in primary care integration (i.e., Geriatrics, Pediatrics, Perinatal, SUD) (5/1)

Challenge #4: How do I know this is effective: Using measurement informed care (5/15)

Challenge #5: Cost-effective strategies to increase access to psychiatric expertise (5/29)

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Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth in Schools final slides 3.11.2021

Mental Health for the Public Health Professional (May 2024)

Region IV Needs Assessment Infographic