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A Collaboration Between the Great Lakes MHTTC and the New England MHTTC Trauma-informed agencies and practitioners are essential to providing high quality behavioral health care. Data shows that a high percentage of individuals seeking behavioral health care have experienced some level of trauma in their lives. This three-part webinar series provides an overview of the principles of trauma-informed care, ways to implement it in your organization, and how it aligns with and promotes recovery-oriented practice. Access the webinar recordings:   Part 1: What is Trauma-Informed Care and Why Does it Matter?   Part 2: Recovery-Oriented Approaches Part 3: How to Implement Trauma-Informed Care
Published: October 21, 2019
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Dr. Gina Bryanprovides an overview of how nurses support people with persistent and severe mental illness. This PowerPoint slide deck accompanies the recorded webinar Dr. Bryan presented for the Great Lakes MHTTC. The recorded webinar is also available in our Products and Resources Catalog and on our YouTube channel.
Published: October 15, 2019
Multimedia
Severe and persistent mental illness touches every part of a person’s life. It impacts overall health, relationships, activities of daily living and overall quality of life. The mental health treatment community is learning more about evidence-based practices that result in increased quality of life and improved recovery trajectories. The foundation of mental health treatment is a multidisciplinary treatment team. In this webinar, Dr. Gina Bryan gives an overview of how nurses support people with persistent and severe mental illness.
Published: October 10, 2019
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This webinar focused on available and easily accessible tools, resources, and programming for suicide prevention in schools. From screening tools to safety planning, classroom programs to mobile apps, there are a many resources out there to help you and your students foster a community committed to suicide prevention. Some highlighted programs include QPR, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, The Jason Foundation, and more. Presenter: Tandra Rutledge, MA, certified suicide prevention gatekeeper trainer for the QPR Institute Webinar Slides: Suicide Prevention in Schools Part 2: Tools, Resources, and Programming Transcript: Suicide Prevention in Schools Part 2: Tools, Resources, and Programming
Published: September 4, 2019
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SOS educates teens on warning signs of depression and suicide and teaches them how to support themselves or a friend using ACT: Acknowledge, Care and Tell. SOS includes a vital screening component in order to help school student services staff identify at-risk youth and link them to needed services Presenter: Jodie Segal, MSW, Director of Education at Elyssa's Mission. Elyssa's Mission funds and implements the SOS program in high schools throughout Illinois.  Webinar Slides: Suicide Prevention in Schools Part 3 Transcript: Suicide Prevention in Schools Part 3 
Published: September 4, 2019
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This webinar provides an introduction to the University of Michigan Transforming Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students (TRAILS) program, which aims to make effective mental health accessible in all schools. The webinar will include an overview of the 3-tiered TRAILS model, describe current program implementation and evaluation initiatives, growth trajectory, and opportunities for collaboration throughout the Great Lakes region. Presenter Elizabeth Koschmann, Ph.D., is a faculty member of the U-M Department of Psychiatry and the Director of  TRAILS (Transforming Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students) -- a program that works to disseminate evidence-based mental health practices to K-12 schools. Webinar Slides: The University of Michigan TRAILS Program Transcript: The University of Michigan TRAILS Program 
Published: September 4, 2019
Multimedia
This webinar provides an overview of the evidence-based practice known as Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Supported Employment and its use in developing Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) for individuals with substance use disorders (SUD).  Presenters:  Louis Kurtz, M.Ed. Co-Director, Great Lakes MHTTC Louis Kurtz is currently the Co-Director for the Great Lakes Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC).  He has previously worked for the Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in a variety of roles as well as at Eastern Kentucky University.   Bob Meyer, MS. ISyE Technology Transfer Specialist – STR/ORN Bob Meyer is currently the Technology Transfer Specialist with the STR-TA region covering MN, WI and IL.  Bob was the state trainer for the Wisconsin Individual Placement and Support (IPS) project, a team effort with the Department of Health Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the UW-Madison Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education.   Webinar Slides: Employment and Substance Use: The IPS Model  Webinar Transcript: Employment and Substance Use: The IPS Model 
Published: September 4, 2019
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This informational webinar will give an overview of the Ohio Masters Series: Cultural Competence in Behavioral Health. This learning collaborative is designed to help Ohio organizations prepare the behavioral health workforce to serve individuals from diverse backgrounds. The four-month training and learning collaborative will give participants the skills they need to improve service delivery, enhance treatment outcomes, and integrate cultural and linguistic competence into their organizational structures.  
Published: August 26, 2019
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Schools play an important role in recognizing and responding to suicide risk in students. Effective strategies must be embedded within a positive school climate that engages the entire school community. This webinar outlines best practice strategies schools can implement to identify and respond to students at risk for suicide. In addition, the webinar describes the steps that schools should take to mitigate suicide risk and promote positive mental health and well-being. Presenter:  Tandra Rutledge, MA, is the Director of Business Development at Riveredge Hospital in Forest Park, Illinois. She is a certified suicide prevention gatekeeper trainer for the QPR Institute, a trainer for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s educational programs, and a CIT (Crisis Intervention Training) instructor with the Chicago Police Department. As a mental health advocate and suicide prevention trainer for the past 25 years,Tandra provides training to schools, parents, faith-based organizations, physicians and other healthcare professionals Webinar Slides: The Role of Schools in Preventing Suicide Transcript: The Role of Schools in Preventing Suicide   
Published: July 9, 2019
eNewsletter or Blog
The MHTTC News May 2019 includes: Recovery-Oriented Trauma-Informed Care Webinar Series and Learning Collaborative Training and Events Calendar How to Access our Services Mental Health Resources: State Profiles And much more!   
Published: May 22, 2019
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  The Great Lakes MHTTC Suicide Prevention Guide provides local and state specific resources for school personnel in the Great Lakes MHTTC Region (IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, and WI). The resources in this guide highlight intervention services available for immediate support. All states have access to 24/7 free, confidential support via telephone and text. Many areas have mobile crisis response units available for immediate in-person assessment and intervention.
Published: May 16, 2019
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Employment and Substance Use Disorders: The Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Model Employment and Substance Use Disorders: The Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Model Webinar Webinar Summary This webinar will provide an overview of the evidence-based practice known as Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Supported Employment and its use in developing Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) for individuals with substance use disorders (SUD).  While the majority of the research on this EBP has been conducted with individuals with serious mental illness, the practice is being adapted to provide high quality employment supports to individuals with SUD as well as co-occurring SUD and mental illness.  Presenters will describe the principles and evidence based for IPS, as well as infrastructure needs and implementation strategies and some case examples. Watch webinar  Presenter Information Lou Kurtz, M.Ed. Co-Director, Great Lakes MHTTC Louis Kurtz is currently the Co-Director for the Great Lakes Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC).  He has previously worked for the Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in a variety of roles as well as at Eastern Kentucky University.  From 2010 through 2015 Lou served as the mental health lead for the Kentucky IPS Supported Employment program – more recently he has conducted fidelity monitoring for local IPS programs in Kentucky and provided consultation services for a national Supported Employment Demonstration project. Bob Meyer, MS. ISyE Technology Transfer Specialist – STR/ORN Bob Meyer is currently the Technology Transfer Specialist with the STR-TA region covering MN, WI and IL.  Bob was the state trainer for the Wisconsin Individual Placement and Support (IPS) project, a team effort with the Department of Health Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the UW-Madison Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education.  Bob worked with the IPS program in Wisconsin from 2010 to 2018, from the first three pilot sites, through expansion to community mental health programs that number has grown to over 65 sites in 26 counties – the average employment rate for individuals in the program also increased from 18% to 47% over that time.  
Published: May 2, 2019
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Ohio Recruitment and Retention Learning Collaborative Orientation Webinar PPT Presentation April 29, 2019 12:00 EDT Presenters: Michael Hoge, Learning Collaborative Leader Alfredo Cerrato, Intensive Technical Assistance Specialist for the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC This orientation webinar provides an overview of the learning collaborative process, content, organizational commitment, key dates, and how to prepare for the face-to-face meeting.  
Published: April 25, 2019
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Webinar Summary The Great Lakes Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) is part of a national network funded by SAMHSA to provide training and technical assistance (TA) to mental health treatment providers in Health and Human Services Region 5, which covers Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.  Join our introductory webinar to learn more about our team, the structure of our Center, and regional training and TA needs. Hear more about our supplemental initiative focused  on school-based mental health will also be presented.  You will also learn to access training and TA through your state provider association. 
Published: April 25, 2019
Print Media
Ohio Workforce Recruitment and Retention Learning Collaborative
Published: April 12, 2019
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Dr. Michael Hoge of the Annapolis Coalition provides an overview of the Ohio Workforce Recruitment and Retention Learning Collaborative in this one-hour webinar, presented on March 28, 2019. 
Published: March 28, 2019
Print Media
This one-page (two-sided) informational document gives an overview of Indiana's mental health infrastructure, funding, and major conferences in 2019, effective March 2019.
Published: March 15, 2019
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This one-page (two-sided) informational document gives an overview of Michigan's mental health infrastructure, funding, and major conferences in 2019, effective March 2019.
Published: March 15, 2019
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This one-page (two-sided) informational document gives an overview of Minnesota's mental health infrastructure, funding, and major conferences in 2019, effective March 2019.
Published: March 15, 2019
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This one-page (two-sided) informational document gives an overview of Ohio's mental health infrastructure, funding, and major conferences in 2019, effective March 2019.
Published: March 15, 2019
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This one-page (two-sided) informational document gives an overview of Wisconsin's mental health infrastructure, funding, and major conferences in 2019, effective March 2019.
Published: March 15, 2019
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This one-page (two-sided) informational document gives an overview of the Illinois state mental health infrastructure, funding, and major conferences in 2019, effective March 2019.
Published: March 11, 2019
eNewsletter or Blog
Introducing the Great Lakes MHHTC News, our electronic newsletter! Our premier issue includes an introduction to some of our team members and invites readers to review our needs assessment survey and visit our website.   Great Lakes MHTTC News February 2019
Published: March 8, 2019
Print Media
Overview of the Great Lakes MHTTC School Supplement: Goals Focus areas Staff
Published: February 19, 2019
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