Helping Children and Families Manage After a School Trauma
Child Psychiatry Access Network presents the 2023 CME series! Each month, on the third Thursday, CPAN will host a CME event!
Virtual | September 21st | 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
2023 Judicial Summit on Mental Health
The Summit will include opportunities to connect with colleagues, establish new relationships, and engage in learning sessions designed to be inspiring yet practical. Participants will receive tools to help navigate complex mental health laws.
Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX | October 18th-20th
Peer Support Specialist Skill Development Series: Session Five – Understanding and Supporting Mental Health Experiences
This is session five of the Peer Support Specialist Skill Development Series. The CCBHC-E NTTAC has partnered with the Peer Recovery Center of Excellence to provide this skill development series for Peer Specialists. The series will delve into hot topics in the field of peer recovery support services including crisis response, cultural competency, harm reduction and multiple other person-centered approaches to mental health and substance use recovery. Participants will walk away with enhanced skills in peer-to-peer services and will be better equipped to support the recovery of individuals with mental health and substance use challenges within their community.
September 26th | 2:00 pm-5:00 pm
Trauma Informed Care Series: Knowledge & Strategies for Health and Hope Session 4- TIC and Care for Individuals with Chronic Diseases
The South Southwest MHTTC is pleased to collaborate with the Texas Association of Community Health Centers to host a Trauma Informed Care Series: Knowledge & Strategies for Health and Hope. Join us as we empower staff with “hands-on” Trauma Informed Care knowledge and strategies to advance holistic patient-centered care.
Trauma Informed Care (TIC) is an evidence-based framework particularly suited to collaboratively identify risk factors to care, such as medication access and use, therapeutic engagement, and non-medical resource needs and navigation.
This series is open and applicable to all providers (Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health, and SUD Treatment Clinicians) and all staff (direct-care, front-line, operations, administration, and leadership).
October 10th | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CST
Young Minds Matter: Transforming Our Communities Collectively
Young Minds Matter: Transforming our Communities Collectively is a free convening co-hosted by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health and Prevention Institute. The conference features some of the most vibrant minds and cutting-edge strategies for collaborating with children, youth, and families as decision-makers and leaders in community transformation. Join us to learn how communities promote mental health and well-being in everyday life and how centering young people can transform an entire community. This year will include both virtual and live sessions. Save the date and learn more about this unique event!
November 7th | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
The 2023 Annual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health
The Annual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health brings together leaders, practitioners, researchers, family members, advocates, and other partners in the school mental health field to share the latest research and best practices. The conference emphasizes a shared school-family-community agenda to bring mental health promotion, prevention, and intervention to students and families as part of a multi-tiered system of supports. This conference is hosted by the National Center for School Mental Health (NCSMH; funded in part by the Health Resources and Services Administration).
December 5th – 7th | New Orleans, LA
At Your Own Pace Trainings
NTTAC’s Fatherhood & Fathers Curriculum
If we want to ensure infants’ and young children’s healthy development across domains (i.e. cognitive, motor, social-emotional), fathers and father figures are essential. This curriculum highlights stories from communities around the country to illustrate the importance of including fathers from all backgrounds. Additionally, it provides a comprehensive set of resources on father engagement programming. Practitioners, program leaders, advocates, and other professionals working in our early childhood systems of care will walk away understanding the why and the how of authentic father engagement.
Family Support and Crisis Intervention Team Training
Learn about Crisis Intervention Team Training. Listen to stories of families advocating for love ones and a CIT trained officer’s message.
The Impact of Partnering with State Entities and Family Run Organizations
Collaborations and partnerships are essential in business relationships. This webinar focused on how two state family run organizations work with state and government systems to build stronger communities in the field of behavioral health and substance use.