Join our 2nd Thursday, Peer Webinars

CAMHPRO’s PS4PS Webinar
Thursday, January 10, 2019 at noon
‘Peer Support 4 Peer Supporters’

If you’re interested in being a co-facilitator

Email Klettau7@gmail.com

You only need to register once for this monthly webinar with your correct email. If you are registered you will receive a reminder email each month with your unique link to join.

REGISTER HERE

About CAMHPRO’s Monthly Peer Webinars

Quarterly Rotation of:
— Peer Support 4 Peer Supporters (PS4PS) NEW
— Spotlight on Model Peer Practices
— State Peer Standardization Update

Schedule:
Jan, April, July, Oct: Peer Support 4 Peer Supporters
Feb, May, Aug, Nov: Peer Model Spotlight
Mar, June, Sep, Dec: State Peer Specialist Standardization Update

  1. Thu, Feb 14, 2019 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST
  2. Thu, Mar 14, 2019 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT

Webinar: 11/8 Peer Specialist Model Practice Spotlight, State Standardization and Peer Support 4 Peer Supporters

Thursday, Nov 8, 2018 at Noon

Peer Model Spotlight Webinar

Topic: Growing Grassroots Peer Run Organizations

Presenters:

Analuisa Orozco, Peer Specialist, MSW, LCSW, Founding Director,Living in Wellness Center, Adin, Modoc County. Living in Wellness recently received a grant to provide Equine (Horse) Therapy

Julie Prentice, Certified Peer Specialist (MA & FL) & Kathie Tunstall Lanatti, Peer LMFT, Co-Founders, Making Magic Happen-People Helping People, Petaluma, Sonoma County. Making Magic Happen-People Helping People provides services on a “Paying It Forward” model.

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Doors to Wellbeing Webinar

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

2 P.M. ET/
1 P.M. CT/
11 A.M. PT

Community Inclusion and the Critical Role of Peers

To register:  Click Here

Presented By: Mark Salzer, PhD
Exciting new research suggests that increased community participation is related to improved physical, cognitive and mental health and  wellbeing. This webinar will provide mental health peer specialists and their allies a foundational understanding of the relationship between community participation and recovery and wellbeing. It will also explore the key role that mental health peer specialists can play in
supporting increased community participation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define the concepts of community integration, inclusion, and participation and their relationship to physical, cognitive and mental health and wellbeing;
  • Describe the ways which community exclusion occurs and impacts physical, cognitive, and mental health and wellbeing;
  • Discuss the evidence base that establishes the medical benefits and need for increased community participation for people with mental health challenges;
  • Identify the role and value of peer support in promoting community wellbeing through increased integration, inclusion, and participation.
Mark Salzer, Ph.D. is a psychologist, widely published researcher, and globally recognized thought leader and pioneer on the role of Community Inclusion in Mental Health Recovery.
A professor and founding Chair of Rehabilitation Sciences at Temple University, Dr. Salzer is also the Principal Investigator and Director of the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of individuals with mental
health challenges.

Today 9/25 11a.m. Mental Health Peer Specialist: Ethics and Boundaries Webinar

Doors to Wellbeing
Peer Specialist Monthly Webinar Series

9/25 11am: Mental Health Peer Specialist: Ethics and Boundaries
REGISTER HERE

This webinar will provide a brief overview of ethics and boundaries of peer support particularly for those who support people with substance use disorders. Looking through the value of lived experience, we will discuss the specific ethical dilemmas related to supporting individuals with a co-occurring substance use and mental health diagnosis.  Additionally, we will review the benefit of using community-based supports to address unique challenges and support recovery.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the ethical duties of a peer support specialists.
  • Describe ethics and boundaries for supporting individuals with co-occurring substance use disorders and mental health diagnosis.
  • Discuss strategies to overcome unique challenges for peer support specialists when working with people with substance use disorders and mental health diagnoses.
Presenter Bios:

Ron Clark is a certified peer support specialist in North Carolina. Ron is a member of the Mecklenburg County Homeless Service Network Advocacy and Employment Committee, the Mecklenburg County Drug Free Coalition and the Carolina Healthcare Systems Advisory Board for the Traumatic Brain Injury 12 Step Recovery program.

Ron Clark began his Human Services career with Cardinal Innovations, as a Member Engagement Specialists with a focus on Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health in 2014. Prior to working for Cardinal Innovations, Ron was able to use his passion to help others as a technician with the Displaced Homemaker Program, part of the Domestic Violence Unit for the Mecklenburg County Women’s Commission.

Deep Dive Webinar Sept 13 Peer Certification SB 906

Don’t miss a Deep Dive Webinar
Thursday, Sept. 13 at 12 noon
State Peer Specialist Certification Bill

We will cover all the bill details, answer questions and discuss next steps! There will be no background information given as many previous webinars. If you need the background.
You only need to register once for this monthly webinar with your correct email. If you are registered you will receive a reminder email each month with your unique link to join.

If not registered, please click on the following link or button below:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5972164910449781505 

Last minute amendments to the bill did postpone the start dates and remove the unique peer billing option.
Now the bill requires the Governor’s Approval before it becomes law!
Contact Governor’s Legislative Health Aide, Donna Campbell,donna.campbell@gov.ca.gov
Did you know…
if a bill is not vetoed by the Governor within 12 days after transmittal, it automatically becomes LAW?
About CAMHPRO’s Monthly Peer Webinars
Quarterly Rotation of:
—State Peer Standardization Update
—Peer Support 4 Peer Supporters (PS4PS) NEW
—Spotlight on Model Peer Practices
Schedule:
  • Sep, Dec, Mar, June:
NEXT SEPT 13: State Peer Specialist Standardization Update
  • Oct, Jan, April, July: Peer Support 4 Peer Supporters
  • Nov, Feb, May, Aug.: Peer Model Spotlight

Sept. 6: SAMHSA’s Kick-Off for Recovery Month “Join the Voices for Recovery”

Join SAMHSA’s kick-off for Recovery Month on September 6 at 10.a.m. through a livestream event.

Panelists will discuss the benefits that their SAMHSA-funded treatment and recovery programs bring to their community. The kick-off event exemplifies the 2018 Recovery Month theme, “Join the Voices for Recovery: Invest in Health, Home, Purpose, and Community,” which explores how integrated care, a strong community, sense of purpose, and leadership contributes to effective treatments that sustain the recovery of persons with mental and substance use disorders. For more information on Recovery Month, or to access materials or find events in your community, visit the Recovery Month website at https://recoverymonth.gov.

FROM SAMHSA EVENT CALENDAR

Event Description: 
For 29 years, SAMHSA has worked to educate Americans about effective, evidence-based treatment and recovery services, highlighting the fact that people can and do recover! Through National Recovery Month (Recovery Month), SAMHSA aims to help bring awareness to mental and substance use disorders; encourage those in need to seek support; and make recovery the standard.
Join us via live stream Thursday, September 6 from 10am-11am, as we officially kick off Recovery Month 2018 – a national observance held every September to celebrate individuals living in recovery and to educate the public on mental and substance use disorders. The event will feature SAMHSA officials and invited guests in a panel discussion to celebrate people living in recovery.
Click here https://www.hhs.gov/live/live-2/index.htm to watch the event. This year’s theme is “Join the Voices for Recovery: Invest in Health, Home, Purpose, and Community.” The 2018 Recovery Month toolkit, television and radio public service announcements (PSAs), banners and logos are now available to view and download here. We encourage you to share these materials throughout the month of September, post the Recovery Month banner on your website, and help spread the possibility of recovery!
Type of Event: 
Special Celebrations – Celebrates people in recovery, lauds the contributions of treatment and service
Is this event open to public?: 
Yes
Estimated Number of Attendees: 
500

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Is this a virtual event (taking place online)?: 
No
Is this event in the United States?: 
Yes
200 Independence Ave
Washington DC
U.S. State:
District of Columbia
20201
Website for additional information: 

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Hosting Organization Name:  SAMHSA
Contact Name:  Recovery Month Team
Phone:  2402762617

The ABCs of Advocacy: Pre Recorded Webinars *Watch

“CAMHPRO’s ABC’s of Advocacy” is a series of three webinars on the basics and details of how you can participate in the California community program planning process in a meaningful and effective manner. These three webinars are interactive through polling, questions and answers, and prompt you to take the next steps. These webinars also serve as recommended training prior to CAMHPRO’s local onsite six-hour workshop, “Delivering Your ABC’s of Advocacy” customized to the specific county where it is to be held (scheduled by request).

Webinar A: Advocacy Basics

Tues., July 31, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Recording

What will be covered:
  • What is advocacy, who are stakeholders and why advocate.
  • Consumer roots of the law, the Mental Health Service Act (MHSA) and regulations for Stakeholder involvement in planning mental health services.
  • A bird’s eye view of who the County decision-makers are and how you can participate.
  • Access to basic terms and acronyms used in Behavioral Health and where you can go to find county contacts.

Webinar B: Best Community Planning Practices

Tues., Aug 14, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Recording

What will be covered:
  • Types of County meetings and various stakeholder participation or roles
  • Meeting mechanics, culture and etiquette
  • MHSA stakeholder community planning best principles & practices applied to different stakeholder roles.
  • What to look for in county budgets and plans.
  • More resources to become a meaningful stakeholder

Webinar C: Community Planning; How to Work It

Tues., Aug 28, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Recording

What will be covered:
  • More on applying the MHSA community planning best principles & practices
  • How you compose and give public comment.
  • How you get on decision-making boards/councils.
  • Next steps to being a meaningful stakeholder.