Updated as of 07/27/2021
A time-limited monthly statewide series for providers and staff treating or interested in treating adolescents and young adults with opioid use disorder. We will learn techniques for working with adolescents from experts in the field and create a peer-to-peer network of colleagues for support.
Medical professionals and client-facing staff can make an enormous impact on preventing suicides. They play an important role in educating all patients to proactively make homes safer to prevent suicide, accidents, and overdose/addiction. To address suicide as a public health crisis, leading experts and health care organizations have collaborated to develop All Patients Safe: Suicide Prevention for Medical Professionals. Website: https://www.apsafe.uw.edu/
SLIDE - Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care Webinar
HANDOUT - Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care Webinar (December 12, 2019)
HAND OUT - Common Behavioral and Physical Health Co-Morbidities
SLIDES - Common Behavioral and Physical Health Co-Morbidities
SLIDES - Delivering Suicide Safe Care
HANDOUT - Delivering Suicide Safe Care
Integrating race and culture in evidence-based treatments should be at the center of our work. The recent racial uprising has thrust the importance of discussing the impact of racism on everyone’s lives. This webinar will focus on how to consider race and culture at the center of your work and will begin with a brief overview of evidence-based strategies that are effective for use with historically marginalized populations. Panelists of providers with both lived experiences personally and professionally join us in this webinar to share their expertise with us in this webinar.
Download flyer to learn more. Click HERE to register.
Registration on GoToWebinar is required to access the recording.
The evidence-based and culturally-adapted prevention program, Fortaleciendo Familias 10-14, (Strengthening Families), is being delivered both in-person and virtually across communities in the Pacific Northwest Region. This webinar will identify strategies for effective delivery of the program and its impact on Latinx families. Special considerations will also be discussed for meeting the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse communities. The webinar will also explore strategies to increase evaluation responses, address the linguistic needs of communities and how to pivot from in-person to virtual delivery.
HANDOUT - Suicide Prevention and Safety Planning for BHPs in Integrated PC
SLIDES - Suicide Prevention and Safety Planning for BHPs in Integrated PC
People living with serious mental illness die on average 25 years earlier than people in the general population, largely due to cardiovascular diseases like strokes and heart attacks. In recent years, behavioral health agencies have taken on responsibility to monitor and support the health status of their clients.
To support this vital work, HealthierHere partnered with the University of Washington AIMS Center to develop this online course.
Attend this one day summit to learn about NARR/WAQRR accreditation, levels of care, state licensing (for levels III & IV residences), fair housing, MAT(Medication Assisted Treatment), and discuss other attendee-generated topics. To register: CLICK HERE
The Northwest ATTC is pleased to announce a series of training opportunities offered from March 2021 through June 2021. Nine different options are being offered to the Washington State behavioral health workforce. These include: stand-alone virtual training workshops; workshops with a series of follow-up sessions; and individualized coaching sessions focused on high-priority subject areas. CEUs are available for these courses that are offered free of charge to behavioral health providers, counselors, supervisors, managers, and other clinicians and healthcare staff involved in the treatment of those with substance use disorders. Website: https://attcnetwork.org/centers/northwest-attc/home
Join this premiere behavioral health and Native American cultural conference online or in-person at Northern Quest Resort & Casino.
March 30, 2021, 7:30 a.m. – April 1, 2021, 5:00 p.m.
Featuring sessions to support tribal youth programs, juvenile healing to wellness courts, & more!
Join us for a virtual conference on May 26, 2021! This conference will be complete with breakout sessions, exhibitors, networking opportunities, an excellent keynote and more! Website: http://SayingItOutLoud.org
Wednesday, August 18th at 10:00 AM-11:00 AM. The webinar will feature Mark Duncan, MD from the University of Washington and Peninsula Community Health Services (PCHS). Register by clicking the link. to learn more, download this flyer.