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

SoC Best Practices | An Introduction to the ASAM Criteria: Providing Care to Youth and Their Families

The ‘ASAM Criteria: Treatment Criteria for Addictive, Substance-Related, and Co-Occurring Conditions (3rd ed.) (ASAM) is a widely used and recognized tool that provides guidance standards for building a multidimensional assessment and assisting decisions about matching appropriate levels and types of care to those with substance and addiction needs.  It aims to de-emphasize the focus on the notion of ‘just for placement’ and emphasizes individualized and clinically-driven decisions regarding treatment.  Centered on six areas of dimensional assessment, the ASAM has paid particular attention to the special needs associated with adolescents and the expectations of co-occurring mental health and substance/addiction needs.  Clinicians that provide any level of ‘addiction services treatment’ in Ohio are typically required to use the ASAM criteria for decisions about admission, continued stay, change in level of care and discharge.  This 3-hour, introductory training is designed for clinical staff that provide or collaborate services to youth with identified substance use/addiction involvement (treatment), or who are at risk of substance use/addiction involvement (prevention).

Free

MRSS | MRSS Crisis Stabilization

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

SoC Best Practices | Meeting Kids Where They Are; Home-based Care for the IDD Community

This three-hour presentation will use a combination of real life case examples, didactics, videos, discussion, and worksheets to explore a greater understanding of the range of IDD in the youth we serve through IHBT. Specific approaches to engagement and communication will be explored. The many ways in which stress, trauma, and IDD interact will also be examined through a brief and exciting neurobiology review! Considerations and concerns when working with our IDD population will be discussed, as participants depart with resources for further exploration

Free

MRSS | MRSS Supervisor/ Manager Training

This training will present the key elements of MRSS Supervision. Key areas that will be covered include the core supervisory roles and functions in MRSS including program management and clinical oversight of Mobile Response Stabilization Services (MRSS). Supervisors will learn how to utilize the MRSS practice standards to provide supervisory oversight of staffing, caseload management, and progression through MRSS practice phases. Tracking and staffing 24/7 outreach availability and the use of daily team meetings for progress updates will be discussed.

Free

Wraparound SoC | Safety and Crisis Planning for Care Coordination

This training will provide participants with a foundation understanding of youth and family crisis cycles, including risk factors, drivers and effective response strategies. Participants will take foundational principles learned and be able to translate this into the development of an appropriate youth and family crisis and safety plan. The session will focus on identifying and clarifying the Care Coordinators role, as well as other multi-disciplinary child and family team members’ role in the crisis and safety planning process.

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 TEAMS 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

SoC Best Practices | Youth Suicidality: Safety Planning & Lethal Means Counseling

This virtual workshop will explore current issues and concerns around youth and young adult suicidality. We will identify critical elements in suicide safety planning and examine the importance of counseling on access to lethal means. Safety plans are designed to support suicide prevention by providing action steps an individual can take when feeling suicidal. Intentionally reducing access to lethal means can contribute to whether a person at risk for suicide lives or dies. We will identify practical skills and strategies that can immediately be implemented with current clients.

Free

SoC Best Practices | Case Studies for Youth with Eating Disorders: Applications of FBT and DBT

Eating disorders are one of the most compelling and life-threatening of mental health disorders and are commonly referred out to specialists, with few outpatient specialists in Northeast Ohio. This program seeks to provide clinicians with enhanced application of evidence-based treatments for adolescents with eating disorders, including Family-Based Treatment (FBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). In this training, clinicians will review eating disorder diagnoses and these two evidenced-based treatments. Emphasis will be placed on case exploration featuring different diagnoses, typical and atypical presentations, various cultural factors and levels of recovery. Clinicians will engage in small group discussions about difficult cases with full question-and-answer session.

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

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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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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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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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

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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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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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Wraparound SoC | Practice Pillars DETERMINED BY FAMILY Training

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