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This website provides courses on a variety of topics related to improving health and healthcare services.
The Behavioral Health Services Career Ladder provides information on the various positions that exist in County of San Diego Behavioral Health Services as well as links to helpful job search resources.
This course provides links to the Behavioral Health Screening Tool for Adults in English, for Parents or Caregivers in English as well as Spanish versions.
These guidelines encompass the guiding ethics, values and training principles applicable to the trainers with the Behavioral Health Services Education Training Academy (BHETA). BHETA holds all trainers and coordinators accountable to these principles in our work of delivering training to behavioral health staff, clients, and their families.
Change Agents Developing Recovery Excellence (CADRE) members strive for a “No Wrong Door” policy when seeking treatment at any service provider in San Diego County.
This website features documents and resources that may be helpful to agencies that are working to become more trauma-informed.
The Certificate of Excellence was developed by the Solutions Building Community Collaborative in San Diego to support continued expertise in the area of Dual Diagnosis (a developmental disability combined with a mental health disorder).
The profession-specific training modules are for specific fields of employment, study and volunteers. These trainings are to be taken after completion of the General Training. This eLearning for Pre-/Post-Licensed Mental Health Professionals and Social Workers is 2 hours.
The Child Trauma Academy (CTA) strives to improve the lives of high-risk children through service, research, and education. Free online learning modules are available The Child Trauma Academy Website.
Cognitive Behavioral Social Skills Training (CBSST) Eric Granholm, PhD
ParticipantsAcademy for Professional Excellence – Cognitive Behavioral Social Skills Training (CBSST)
Presented by: Eric Granholm, PhD (Professor of Psychiatry, UCSD; Director, VA Fellowship Program in Psychosocial Rehabilitation for Severe Mental Illness)
Presentation on the assessment and management of combat related conditions, provided by Dr. Cynthia Boyd and the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center.
An online library for behavioral health professionals hosted by Health and Human Services Agency.
The Courage to Call Program is a veteran-run, peer-to-peer support Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) program in San Diego County providing free services to active and former military members, their families and loved ones. Offers veteran-staffed 24/7 helpline, call 2-1-1. See brochure for more details.
Presentation on processes and challenges for Veteran’s transitioning back home, provided by Lance Friis, MFT.
Includes timely materials and information about alcohol and other drug abuse and addiction to the advocates, consumer supporters and consumers in the mental health field.
NAMI has partnered with Army OneSource (AOS) to provide a free nationally accredited five-course online training program, Treating the Invisible Wounds of War, designed for behavioral health professionals or others who come in direct contact with Service members and their families through the course of their work. The courses build awareness and offer best practices in military culture, the impact of combat stress and deployment on children and families and PTSD. To sign up for the on-line training programs, click here and use referral code AOS-NAMI to register.
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) offers various courses and free CEs related to Child and Adolescent Trauma. Also includes resources on the impact of military and combat deployment on children and families.
Governmental agency hosted site providing educational and research resources.
The Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans and Their Families is a one-stop-shop for virtually all services, information, support, advocacy, and much more.
Learn more about OJJDP’s research and programs related to girls in the juvenile justice system.
Oregon Health Services Trauma-Informed and Trauma-Specific Services provides valuable links to policy samples, screening tools, presentations, publications, and other trauma-related web links.
SAMHSA National Center for Trauma-Informed Care (NCTIC) provides training for staff, consumers, and others to facilitate trauma-informed care in a range of service systems. A useful list of national hotlines, referral resources, and support services can be found here.
SAMHSA National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information and SAMHSA’s Recovery Support Resources for information about substance abuse prevention and addiction treatment and recovery.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) is a searchable online registry of mental health and substance abuse interventions that have been reviewed and rated by independent reviewers.
SST Training Videos-VA Capitol Health Care Network (VISN 5) Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center (MIRECC) Website
The SST Training Video presents step-by-step, the teaching tools required for leading social skills group sessions. The video also provides a background on this evidence-based practice as well as the most frequently encountered challenges faced by SST group facilitators. The videos are available for viewing directly on your computer (all free) and can be seen by clicking here (transcripts are also available):
Online training that provides an overview of the behavioral health supervisor’s role in the transfer of learning.
TF-CBT is a child and parent psychotherapy approach for kids who have behavioral difficulties that result from trauma. Via National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Medical University of South Carolina) participants can take TF-CBT eLearnings and earn 10 hours of CEs for free. Also see their Resources webpage here.
This is a listing of services available to veterans.
- 101 Tough Facts about Combat brochure
- Diagnostic Tools for PTSD
- County of San Diego HHSA: Veterans Eligibility for Mental Health Services
- Veterans Resource List
- General Information about the Military
- Memorandum of Agreement between the County of San Diego Adult Mental Health Services and County of San Diego Aging and Independence Services Veterans Service Office