Virtual Conference 2022
Keepin’ it in the Community
The Power and Role of Collective Hope and Action for Crisis Recovery
Wednesday, June 29, 2022, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. PT
This training has passed and registration has closed.
Join the CARE TA Center as we engage in collective learning and action for person-centered crisis care within community and outside of 911, ERs, and justice systems.
This conference is designed for the following audiences:
- county behavioral health departments (e.g. Ethnic Service Managers, MHSA Coordinators)
- community-based organizations
- peer workforce
- foster care system providers
- policy staff
- data analysts
- grant professionals and finance managers
- justice system and law enforcement
- faith leaders
- school and college mental health providers
- safety net system providers (e.g. natural disaster first responders, housing services and food access agencies)
- students and early career professionals (e.g. social work, public health, psychology, psychiatric nursing, criminal justice)
- other crisis care system partners, advocates, immigrant rapid response networks
Topics will all be framed with a health equity and antiracist lens:
- Mobile Crisis Units
- Family Urgent Response System (FURS)
- Crisis response – Alternatives to 911
- Culturally responsive suicide prevention safety planning
- Justice diversion
- Mental Health First Aid
- Children, youth, and young adult crisis care
- Behavioral health equity and emergency response: COVID-19, natural disasters and crisis care in 2022
- Centering lived experience as a best practice
- Systemic and organizational approaches to integrate and support the peer workforce
- Continuity of care: prevention before, response during, and follow-up after crisis
- Trauma-informed and resilience-oriented care
We hope to see you there!
In this recorded series, Jamie Sellar MA, LPC of RI International discussed SAMSHA’s National Guidelines for Behavioral Health Crisis Care (2020) in relation to Mobile Crisis Outreach Teams. Over the course of these eight sessions, Sellar covered a range of relevant topics, including staffing models, key performance indicators, the role of lived experience, and much more. Watch this series to learn all about implementing the Guidelines at the local, county-level across California.
Continuing Education Credits
Continued Education Hours: Up to 5 Hours of Continuing Education Credit are available for this virtual conference.
We are offering up to 5 no-cost Continuing Education (CE) units for registrants who attend the conference. To receive the full 5 CEs, you must attend the Keynote address and one session per Learning Track (4 sessions per day), and you must complete this form. Each session will be awarded one CE credit hour. To access CEs, attend a whole session and complete the associated session feedback form. CEs will be emailed to you within 3-4 weeks.
Learning Sessions meet the qualifications for up to 5 hours continuing education credits for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, ASW, PPS, MFC and/or LEPs as required by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT). Credit also available for RNs, CADC-CAS, CADC I’s, CADC II’s, CCS, CA CCS, CCJP, CCDP, CRPM, LAADAC, and CCPS.
CARS is an approved provider for: CCAPP #4N-08-923-0718, CA Board of Registered Nurses #16303, and CAMFT #131736
If you have any questions, email CAREMHSAinfo@cars-rp.org.