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Youth Mental Health Literacy
Thursday July 26th at 10:00am CDT/11:00am EDT
Presenter: Monalisa McGee Ph.D. – Western Division Social Services
WUM Division Staff – This webinar is eligible to meet 1.0 hours of training for the Mental Health & Substance Abuse competency area towards the case management certification. For more details click here.
Please note that we are not permitted to provide CEU’s for webinar training sessions. Webinars are provided for educational and on-going training purposes only.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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Safe From Harm Trainings
- Thursday July 19th ♦ 9:00am to 12:00pm
- Thursday July 26th ♦ 6:00pm to 9:00pm
- Wednesday August 15th ♦ 6:00pm to 9:00pm
- Thursday August 23rd ♦ 9:00am to 12:00pm
All sessions will be held at the Green Bay Kroc Center. Contact Whitni Kral via email if you plan to attend, specifying which session.
Each month we will review a most frequently asked question regarding the Case Management Certification. Keep an eye out for these monthly reminders.
Question: Why do I have to complete the Case Management Certification process each year?
Answer: The Case Management Certification is completed on an annual basis to ensure a standard training path and accountability for ongoing professional development. By completing the certification process on an annual basis staff are kept up to date on current trends, resources and interventions related to their position and the individuals served.
As always if you have additional questions you can visit the FAQ section or contact us at WUM Social Services.
Once a month we will roundup a variety of resources, news articles or items of interest we’ve come across that could be helpful in providing services, increasing staff knowledge and/or improving skills.
Section 8 discrimination is illegal in Dane County, but some landlords, renters don’t know that – The Cap Times – April 19, 2018
Kids Count Report: Poverty down, health and education remain concerns – Holland Sentinel – April 17, 2018
For millions, low-wage work really is a dead end – CBS News – April 20, 2018
The Cost of Childcare in Every State – BusinessBroker.net – April 12, 2018
We must all come together to overcome the opioid epidemic – The Hill – April 25, 2018
Almost half of the US families can’t afford basics like rent and food – CNN Money – May 18, 2018
Where Americans are going hungry – CBS News – May 21, 2018
How Can We Help Children Become More Resilient – GoodTherapy.org – May 4, 2018
Have a resource or article to share? Leave in the comments or pass it on to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll include it in next month’s roundup.