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.
Macomb County CMH Self Determination Training Requirements Guide
Self Determination Individualized Plan of Service Training Form
Self-Determination Training for Individuals Served, Family Members, and Guardians
Emergency Preparedness Self Determination
Bloodborne Pathogens for Self-Determination Staff
Office of Recipient Rights Training
PLEASE NOTE: These dates are for >ALL STAFF (new hires AND refreshers). There are no longer separate trainings offered!
CPR & First Aid
Autism and Community Inclusion
Level Of Care Utilization System (LOCUS)
Child & Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS)
Refresher: reliability training is required every 2 years.
A copy of your most recent CAFAS certificate is required for registration.
Preschool Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS)
Refresher: reliability training is required every 2 years. A copy of your most recent PECFAS certificate is required for registration.
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention
Please Note: This training requires mandatory pre-work to be completed on Improving MI Practices and has limited training spots available. More information is provided at registration confirmation.
Addiction and the Brain
LGBT Youth Clinical Coaching
Please note- This training is reserved for our Directly Operated MCCMH Clinical Staff members
Implicit Bias Training through OCHN
The purpose of this training is to provide the audience with an introduction to powers of attorney, their use and their application. The presenter will review the law applicable to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and age in regard to supported decision making through the use of written documentation. Concepts of informed consent and capacity will be addressed. The presenter will address how the scope, intent and content of powers of attorney can differ and the importance of understanding the different types of powers of attorney available to support an individual.
Online refresher training: every 2 years
Online refresher training every 2 years
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.