Here are the presentations from the May 8th Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force meeting:
An eLearning Series for Peer Specialists Serving People with Mental Health Conditions Experiencing Homelessness
Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force invites you to a free training
SAMHSA’s Recovery to Practice (RTP) initiative is offering an onsite, face-to-face introduction to this eLearning series created for peer specialists serving people with mental health conditions experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.
BOTH SESSIONS ARE NOW FULL
Monday May 7, 4 – 8 PM
or Tuesday May 8, 9 AM – 1 PM
Hosted by Whole Health Clinical Group at 932 S. 60th St., West Allis
More information and training resources can be accessed from: https://www.samhsa.gov/recovery-to-practice
View the 2018 May Recovery Training Flyer for more details about the training, including a list of training topics.
Who Should Attend:
This is a training opportunity for peer workers serving people with mental health conditions who are at risk of or experiencing homelessness.
o Peer specialists/housing
o Peer specialist/any work area
o Supervisors or employers of peer specialists
o Staff interested in how peer specialists work
o Staff interested in housing/homelessness partnerships
Thank You to Our Sponsors (list in formation)
Whole Health Clinical Group Disability Rights Wisconsin Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force
CEH Hours for Peers: Attention Certified Peer Specialists – If you attend the training, you will receive 4 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) that will fulfill several different categories for certification hours. Does not cover Ethics and Boundaries and Substance Use Specific. You can indicate that you wish to receive a CEH certificate in the online registration form.
Registration for both sessions is FULL.
Here are the presentations that were shown at the March 13th Mental Health Task Force monthly meeting:
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