SoC Best Practices | IHBT Supervisors Learning Community (IHBT SLC)rvisors Learning Community (IHBT SLC)

CIP’s IHBT Supervisors’ Learning Collaborative, a monthly virtual meeting for supervisors, program managers and admin. CIP will provide SOC updates and didactic information, along with supporting resources and links, related to providing intensive family programming across Ohio.

Free

SoC Best Practices | IHBT Basics: Orientation and Phase 1

IHBT is an intensive, time-limited behavioral health service for youth with serious emotional disabilities and their families. It is provided in the home, school, and community where the youth lives with the goal of stabilizing behavioral health concerns and safely maintaining the youth in the least restrictive, most normative environment. This is a 3-part series that can be attended in any order. Orientation & Phase 1 focuses on the main components of the IHBT high-fidelity model along with the key techniques and strategies utilized to engage families and complete multidimensional assessments. Phase 2 focuses on resiliency orientation and applications to increase skills, improve relationships, and enhance social support networks. Phase 3 & Special Topics focuses on multisystem collaboration, family team meetings, and case closings with empowerment and celebration. Additionally, a variety of issues unique to IHBT are presented including strategies to support the workforce and unique topics to home-based family treatment. This is an excellent orientation for administrators and program managers, and a must-have start up training for new programs and new workers.

Free

Wraparound SoC | Introduction to Motivational Interviewing for Care Coordinators

Motivational Interviewing is collaborative conversation style that Care Coordinators can use to assist children, youth, and families in identifying their own reasons for and pathways toward change. The skills in Motivational Interviewing can be quite helpful in engaging and assisting kids and families in exploring and even resolving their ambivalence about change. As it is a style of communication built on partnership, it increases opportunities for engagement – and this may be the most vital measure in all supportive roles. If children, youth, and families do not engage with services, the possibilities for supported change are lost. Therefore, the skills that support initial and sustained engagement may be the foundation upon which all supported changes are built. This 3-hour introduction is designed to provide a broad overview of the spirit, concepts and skills of Motivational Interviewing. It is intended to suggest ideas for support professionals about arranging conversations to strengthen a person’s own reasons for and commitment to change. Proficiency in using these skills requires significant time and supported practice investments. While some skills, or thoughts about different ways engaging with others, will be immediately useful, this training is a necessary and introductory first step to more fully incorporating Motivational Interviewing skills in helping relationships.

Free

CANS | Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS Assessment and TCOM Training

The Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS assessment tool has been developed for broad application across multiple systems, including youth involved in child protection, developmental disability, department of youth services, and mental health and addiction. The CANS assessment tool gathers al dimensions of the youth and family story to determine needs and strengths and integrates multiple storytellers capturing the voice of the youth and family to produce a full consensus-based assessment. This training will satisfy the Ohio live training requirement and prepare participants to take the CANS certification exam.

Free

Wraparound SoC | Practice Pillars STRENGTHS Training

One of the critical practice pillars found in Wraparound is the discovery and application of strengths in bringing together teams and crafting individualized plans with families. Participants in this session will explore the development and application of an inventory of strengths to be used in the care planning process. Practice patterns that support the discovery, documentation, and dissemination of strengths will be examined and practiced. A framework for understanding strengths in a detailed way will be explored in order to support participants to do this work well in the field.

Free

CANS | CANS Assessment 102

This 3-hour training aids in identifying areas of challenges for collaborative youth and family engagements and offers guided strategies toward increasing success in this area.  It is built on the foundations from the Ohio Children’s Initiative TCOM and CANS training and the CANS Assessment 101: The Initial Assessment – Guided Conversations and Collaborations training, though neither are prerequisite for attending this training.  While the ideas and strategies are applicable to an initial CANS assessment, the greatest utility may be for those updating CANS with children/youth and their families and for Care Coordination.

Free

CANS | Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS Assessment and TCOM Training

The Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS assessment tool has been developed for broad application across multiple systems, including youth involved in child protection, developmental disability, department of youth services, and mental health and addiction. The CANS assessment tool gathers al dimensions of the youth and family story to determine needs and strengths and integrates multiple storytellers capturing the voice of the youth and family to produce a full consensus-based assessment. This training will satisfy the Ohio live training requirement and prepare participants to take the CANS certification exam.

Free

SoC Best Practices | IHBT Basics: Phase 2

IHBT is an intensive, time-limited behavioral health service for youth with serious emotional disabilities and their families. It is provided in the home, school, and community where the youth lives with the goal of stabilizing behavioral health concerns and safely maintaining the youth in the least restrictive, most normative environment. This is a 3-part series that can be attended in any order. Orientation & Phase 1 focuses on the main components of the IHBT high-fidelity model along with the key techniques and strategies utilized to engage families and complete multidimensional assessments. Phase 2 focuses on resiliency orientation and applications to increase skills, improve relationships, and enhance social support networks. Phase 3 & Special Topics focuses on multisystem collaboration, family team meetings, and case closings with empowerment and celebration. Additionally, a variety of issues unique to IHBT are presented including strategies to support the workforce and unique topics to home-based family treatment. This is an excellent orientation for administrators and program managers, and a must-have start up training for new programs and new workers.

Free

Wraparound SoC | Moderate Care Coordination Training

Moderate Care Coordination (MCC), model specific training explores the core functions of wrapround informed care coordination principles and practices. Participants will examine how the wraparound practice pillars are applied within the constructs of the wraparound informed model, MCC.

Free

MRSS | MRSS Core Model Training

This training will present the core Mobile Response Stabilization Service (MRSS) model and components. MRSS is a mobile stabilization intervention for youth, young adults, and their families who are experiencing a behavioral or mental health crisis. The purpose of the program is to serve children in their homes, schools, and communities, reduce the number of visits to hospital emergency rooms, divert children from inpatient hospitalization if a lower level of care is a safe and effective alternative, and decrease the number of unnecessary arrests in school or in the community.  

Free

Wraparound SoC | Practice Pillars NEEDS Training

One of the four pillars of wraparound practice is the identification and utilization of unmet need statements within the care planning process. Participants in this session will gain an understanding of unmet need statements as a tool for articulating the underlying conditions that give rise to the challenges faced by individuals and families. Participants will learn ways to use need statements to frame concerns held by youth and families in a way that speak to the “why” rather than simply the “what” of a situation. Participants will learn to use this framework in supporting teams to build effective help and support plans with families they get to serve.

Free

Calendar of Events & Trainings


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Wraparound SoC | Ethics, Confidentiality, and Communication In Wraparound and Care Coordination

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CANS | CANS Assessment 101

1 event,

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CANS | Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS Assessment and TCOM Training

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2 events,

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MRSS | MRSS Coverage Staff Training

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Wraparound SoC | Introduction to Motivational Interviewing for Care Coordinators

3 events,

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SoC Best Practices | Equity and Inclusion Series: Affirmative Care to Genderqueer Youth & Families

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CANS | Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS Assessment and TCOM Training

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SoC Best Practices | Engaging Families Impacted by SUD

2 events,

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Wraparound SoC | Moderate Care Coordination (MCC)

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MRSS | MRSS Core Model Training

3 events,

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SOC Best Practices | IHBT Basics – Orientation and Phase 1

- Event Series

CANS | CANS Office Hours

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Wraparound SoC | Practice Pillars STRENGTHS Training

2 events,

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MRSS | MRSS Crisis Stabilization

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MRSS | MRSS Office Hours

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0 events,

1 event,

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Wraparound SoC | Troubleshooting and Care Coordination Supervisor Learning Community

2 events,

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Wraparound SoC | High Fidelity Wraparound Facilitation Skills Training

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SOC Best Practices | IHBT Basics – Phase 2

1 event,

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Wraparound SoC | Intensive Care Coordination (ICC)

1 event,

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Wraparound SoC | Practice Pillars NEEDS Training

1 event,

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CANS | Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS Assessment and TCOM Training

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0 events,

1 event,

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Wraparound SoC | Safety and Crisis Planning for Care Coordination

1 event,

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CANS | Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS Assessment and TCOM Training

0 events,

2 events,

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SOC Best Practices | IHBT Basics – Phase 3 and Special Topics

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Wraparound SoC | Practice Pillars TEAM Training

1 event,

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CANS | Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS Assessment and TCOM Training

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0 events,

0 events,

2 events,

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CANS | Ohio Children’s Initiative CANS Assessment and TCOM Training

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SoC Best Practices | Engaging Families Impacted by SUD

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1 event,

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Wraparound SoC | Practice Pillars DETERMINED BY FAMILY Training

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