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THE FORUM AT HOPE HAVEN

Launched in early 2023, The Forum is a community hub for education, training, mentoring, and collaboration for non-profit professionals. Located conveniently on Hope Haven's campus, we are offering cost-effective training and continuing education from top educators and presenters open to the non-profit community on wide-ranging topics such as:

- Critical Conversations

- Trauma-informed Care

- Substance Use Disorder

- Community Engagement

- Practical Self-Care Strategies

- Mental Health
- De-Escalation
- First Aid & CPR
- Boundaries & Ethics
- Cultural Competence

Visit the Hope Haven website to learn more about the Forum and sign up for upcoming courses here!

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MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA

OF CENTRAL CAROLINAS

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Mental Health of Central Carolinas provides mental health education and advocacy and suicide prevention in the Charlotte area.

 

Upcoming training opportunities include:

  • Coffee & Conversations

  • Mental Health First Aid

  • Mental Health Matters Virtual Series

  • QPR Suicide Prevention

  • MHA/PsychU - Improving Mental Healthcare Together Workshop series - topic changes monthly and sessions are offered twice each month

Click the link below for more information and to register for online training sessions

MOTIVATIONAL 

INTERVIEWING

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Working in health and human services settings involves addressing behavior or lifestyle change. Whether new to the field or “well seasoned”, supporting others to make life decisions can be difficult and

taxing. Incorporating motivational interviewing into practice and work settings provides professionals with ways to address behavior change in an effective person-centered style.

 

Visit www.anniefahy.com or click the link below for more information and to register for online training sessions

VA OFFERING NEW ONLINE COURSES TO COMMUNITY PROVIDERS

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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is offering online courses to community providers on military culture, suicide prevention and other topics unique to caring for Veterans. The courses are one hour long and accredited. You can complete them around your schedule and at your own pace.

 

Click the link below for more information and to register for online training sessions

Disclaimer: As a benefit to our members, HSN lists training opportunities offered by member organizations. We do not endorse or recommend any training opportunity or provider over any other.

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