TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

MCCMH Training Office Location:
6555 15 Mile Rd, Sterling Heights, 48312

Brainier Learning Management System Questions please contact: [email protected]

Recipient Rights Questions or concerns regarding, please contact Office of Recipient Rights (586)-469-6528

Training Office Questions or concerns, please contact [email protected] OR call (586)465-8326

The following is a listing of all training activity provided through the MCCMH Training Department and some selected vendors.

Listed training opportunities/classes are open to employees of a directly operated MCCMH service department, MCCMH administrative staff, or as applicable employees of a contracted provider that provide direct services to an MCCMH individual.

Specific flyers for each training will provide information regarding if a training has been approved for Social Work CE or if it can count towards MDHHS annually required 24 hours of CDTS (Childrens) Hours.

Click on a training’s Title to be linked to a flyer containing more information about that particular training.

 

Self-Determination Training Tracking Sheet

Self-Determination Training Tracking Sheet Employers are responsible for ensuring that hired staff remain compliant with initial and repeat training time frames.

Macomb County CMH Self Determination Training Requirements Guide

Macomb County CMH Self Determination Training Requirements Guide This document has been developed to outline training requirements that are specific to Individuals and their staff that utilize the Self Determination Direct Employment Model.
Directions for Improving MI Practices If you choose to complete Self-Determination trainings through Improving MI Practices, follow the instructions attached to this link!
Directions for Detroit Wayne Connect If you choose to complete Self-Determination trainings through Detroit Wayne Connect, follow the instructions attached to this link!

Self Determination Individualized Plan of Service Training Form

Self-Determination Individualized Plan of Service (IPOS) Training/Verification Training on the individual’s IPOS upon hire and at minimum an annual basis there after is required. Training should occur any time the IPOS is changed. This document must be completed and submitted to the fiscal intermediary.

Self-Determination Training for Individuals Served, Family Members, and Guardians

Self-Determination Training for Individuals Served, Family Members, and Guardians  This training content will introduce or refresh a recipient, family members, or guardians of recipients about Self-Directed services and various approaches that can be utilized within Self-Determination

Emergency Preparedness Self Determination

Emergency Preparedness Training for Self Determination Staff This training has been developed to assist staff members under the Self Determination arrangement to become better prepared for a variety of emergencies (fire, weather, utility, driving, and state of emergencies).
Emergency Preparedness Attestation Document This document needs to be filled out, signed by the staff member and employer, and then provided to the Fiscal Intermediary for retention in the staff members personnel file.

Bloodborne Pathogens for Self-Determination Staff

Bloodborne Pathogens This online training is for CLS/ Respite staff under Self-Determination and is to be completed annually. You will need to create an account for the website.
In the search box, type Bloodborne Pathogens 2019-20. Simply click on the training and begin!

Office of Recipient Rights Training

Recipient Rights Flyer For all registration comments or concerns, please call the Office of Recipient Rights (586)-469-6528

PLEASE NOTE: These dates are for >ALL STAFF (new hires AND refreshers). There are no longer separate trainings offered!

Direct Support Professional: Health & Med’s Supported Training & Testing Combo

Health & Med Combo Day Flyer This training is optional for providers-This training is a full day and will be provided by a Licensed Nurse and Training Specialist to provide hands-on tutoring for MAR and Group practice for Med Demo’s

CPR & First Aid

First Aid and CPR Training Resources This flyer provides information about First Aid/CPR training requirements and possible resources within the community to fulfill this training requirement. The Training Office offers FA/CPR to direct CMH staff and ABO employees ONLY.
2022 FA/CPR Training for Direct/ABO Staff This training is only available to direct county or ABO staff working directly for a MCCMH Department or Division.

Opioids and Overdose

Opioids and Overdose Training Flyer

This course was designed by Dr. Carmen Serpa MD and Jeffrey Clark RN to help raise the understanding of how the opioid pandemic is continuing to affect our area. The course covers where the opioids come from and reasons why most people turn to them. The training will include drug-opioid interactions that can substantially increase risk of overdose. Also covered is an introduction to strategies that have evidence to show they can help reduce risk of overdose.

Adult Case Management to Care Management Training

2022 Case to Care Training   The changing helath care marketplace requires case managers to move from their traditional role mto one of care manager. In that role they work in health navigation, care coordination, play an active role in collecting data and work with the whole person- encompassing their physical and behavioral health. Moving to a care management model gives behavioral health organizations a competitive edge in promoting services across the health care system.
Principles and Applications of CBT

2022 Principles and Applications of CBT This virtual course explores the history of CBT, provides a skills overview and practical application to various populations, and discusses how to write an effective Person-Centered Plan to include CBT practice.
DSM 5-TR Training

DSM-5-TR Training Flyer This training will cover the major changes in the new DSM-5-TR. Focus will be given to how societal issues of culture, racism and discrimination shaped the development of the new DSM. Changes in language will be discussed, as well as major changes and additions to diagnoses in the DSM-5-TR.

Antipsychotic Medications in 2022

Antipsychotic Medications in 2022 Flyer 

This course will provide a review of medications in the Anti-psychotic drug class and those approved for use with children and adolescents. It will also provide information on side effects and psychoeducation that clinicians can use with indiiduals.

 

Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment 101

Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment 101 Training  Adults with co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders have far worse outcomes in employment, hospitalization, housing, and criminal justice involvement than their single disordered peers. This co-prevalence has been studied since the 1980s, yet despite this most service systems were organized to treat individuals with a single disorder, excluding those with co-occurring disorders, or providing sequential or parallel treatments that were incompatible or in conflict with each other.  Integrated and team-based services offer superior outcomes to parallel or sequential treatments, and call providers to develop interventions to assist individuals in moving toward recovery for both illnesses simultaneously.  Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) was designed following systematic study of high intensity COD treatment needs and alterations of the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model.  Within this training attendees will understand the components of IDDT, including fidelity and outcome measurement.  Specific attention will be paid to the development of stage-matched assessment, treatment planning, and treatment interventions for adults with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders using the IDDT model.
ASAM Training

ASAM Flyer 2022 This training will teach clinicians how to administer the ASAM with the Substance Use population and how the ASAM score will influence treatment and services.

 

Level Of Care Utilization System (LOCUS)

LOCUS Initial Flyer and Instructions 2022 Required for anyone completing the LOCUS, attend this training to ensure understanding and effectiveness of this tool. Please read flyer in it’s entirety for all requirements and instructions.
LOCUS Refresher’ Flyer 2022 This training will provide a brief overview of the LOCUS and the opportunity to practice the tool on vignettes and apply it to specific MCCMH services. Registration required.

Person-Centered Planning

2022 Person-Centered Planning Learn to identify the underlying values & principles of the PCP process, and create effective integrated health PCP’s. Required for all MCCMH contract agency & direct operated program providers.
RN PCP Flyer 2022 Person Centered Planning for Nurses is similar to the Clinical PCP training but is more specific to nursing services and providing integrated care. Click the link for more details.

Child & Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS)

This training is for direct-operated & contract agency providers who rate the CAFAS. Initial: face-to-face training is required before any CAFAS assessments are completed.

Refresher: reliability training is required every 2 years.
A copy of your most recent CAFAS certificate is required for registration.

CAFAS Initial Flyer 2022 Individuals that are new to the CAFAS, or that fail the initial or booster training should take this course. If you fail to complete the booster within 2 years, you must retake the initial training.
CAFAS Refresher 2022 flyer This training is for individuals that are in compliance with the state mandate of completing booster training every 2 years.

Preschool Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS)

This training is for direct-operated & contract agency providers who rate the PECFAS. Initial: face-to-face training is required before any PECFAS assessments are completed.

Refresher: reliability training is required every 2 years. A copy of your most recent PECFAS certificate is required for registration.

2022 PECFAS Initial Training Individuals that are new to the PECFAS, failed to complete a booster within 2 years, or that fail the initial or booster training should take this course. Email [email protected] for registration and COVID-19 related updates.
2022 PECFAS Refresher Training This training is for individuals that are in compliance with the state mandate of completing every 2 years. Email [email protected] for registration and COVID-19 related updates.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention

2022 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Initial Training Initial training required within 90 days of hire for direct MCCMH staff and ABO employees ONLY.
2022 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Refresher Training Refresher training required 2 years from initial training date and every 2 years thereafter. Training is for direct MCCMH staff and ABO employees ONLY.

Grieving and Solution-Focused Support Techniques

Grieving and Solution-Focused Support Techniques This course covers a detailed account of differences in types of grieving including cultural and complex aspects. This course covers history of grief treatment, DSM-5-definition of grieving and complex grieving, and effects of grieving on the brain. SFBT techniques that can be utilized in the PCP for children, adolescents, and adults.  Contraindications for use of SFBT for SMI individuals.

 

Addiction and the Brain

Addiction-Brain Flyer 2022 Addiction and The Brain is a 2-hour long virtual training designed specifically for employees who work for MCCMH/MCOSA funded agencies. Participants will learn about the role that brain chemistry plays in the development of cravings and addiction, how the use of drugs impacts teen brain development, and what local resources are available to support people with substance use disorders. Participants will also learn how to recognize and respond to opioid overdoses, including how to use Narcan. Participants who complete this course will receive 1 CDTS training hour, 2 MCBAP Specific training hours, and access to free Narcan kits.

 

The Right to Sex and Education for Individuals with Intectual and Developmental Disabilities

The Right to Sex and Education for individuals with IDD This course will cover myths and facts pertaining to sex education for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Barriers to sex education for this population will be discussed. Tips on talking about sex will be covered along with tools to gage current knowledge about sex and capacity to consent.

 

Collaborative Documentation

Collaborative Doc Flyer The purpose of this training will be to review the following: Demonstrate an understanding of collaborative documentation, identify 3 benefits to using collaborative documentation, and explain the collaborative documentation process and how it relates to best practices.

Please note- This training is reserved for our Directly Operated MCCMH Clinical Staff members

Implicit Bias Training through OCHN

Implicit Bias Training Flyer 2022 Whether unconscious or implicit, bias complicates healthcare delivery. The racial and ethnic makeup of our population is constantly shifting, and becoming more diverse. Productivity, turnover, and quality care are all connected to bias in a number of ways. This training is an avenue for participants to develop an understanding of all forms of bias, enhance their public health, health equity, and community capacity building skills, promote awareness and labeling of bias, and for implementing changes in the delivery of equitable, quality healthcare.

QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Training for NONCLINICAL Staff 

QPR Flyer 2022 The QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) mission is to reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives by providing innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention training. The signs of crisis are all around us. We believe that quality education empowers all people, regardless of their background, to make a positive difference in the life of someone they know. MCCMH is adopting this as one of the many parts of a Zero Suicide philosophy. This training is for NON-CLINICAL Staff members at this time.

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Practices

2022 Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Practices This training covers the history of SFBT, concepts, process, goals and how to utilize the PCP, application, group therapy, substance abuse, tools and application for children and adolescents.

 

Behavior Treatment Plans: Policy, Process & Presentation

Behavior Treatment Plans: Policy, Process & Presentation The course will cover basics on writing functional behavior assessments and treatment plans. Restrictive and intrusive techniques will be defined and expectations of case presentation and documentation protocols.

 

 

Emergency Preparedness

Title Description
ALL STAFF (direct-operated/AES & contract agency) including clerical & admin support, respite/CLS/residential. Initial online training:must be completed before any consumer contact

Online refresher training: every 2 years

Emergency Preparedness Training After clicking on the title, you will be directed to the MCCMH Relias Learning login page.

Grievance & Appeals

Title Description
ALL STAFF (direct-operated/AES & contract agency) including clerical & admin support, respite/CLS/residential. Initial online training within 60 days of hire

Online refresher training every 2 years

Grievance & Appeals Training After clicking on the tile, you will be directed to the MCCMH Relias Learning log-in page

Limited English Proficiency (LEP)

Title Description
ALL STAFF (direct-operated/AES & contract agency) including clerical & admin support, respite/CLS/residential. Initial online training within 30 days of hire

Online refresher training every 2 years

Limited English Proficiency (LEP) training After clicking on the tile, you will be directed to the MCCMH Relias Learning log-in page.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Title Description
Co-Occurring Disorders The Co-Occurring Disorders training will be comprised of two Relias Learning modules, which are online. The required modules are: SBIRT and Advanced Co-Occurring disorders training.

Continuing Ed Opportunities & Info

Title Description
Need Social Worker CE’s? The training department has identified CEU opportunities through various universities including Wayne State, University of Michigan and Michigan State. Click on any of the links on this document for training opportunities as well as licensure requirements
Need Nursing CEs? Michigan State University provides a list of approved RN CEUs including the MI licensure requirements.
Need Counseling CEs? The National Board for Certified Counselors provides a list of approved CE providers to help you maintain your licensure!

Give Us A Call For More Information

Calling MCCMH

Call 855-99-MCCMH (855-996-2264) to schedule an appointment; same day appointments are available. For immediate help, call our Crisis Line 24/7 at 586-307-9100.

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