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National Council webinars present experts on key mental health and addictions topics, followed by meaningful Q&A with webinar participants.

Webinars are offered in the following tracks:

  • Addiction Disorders
  • Clinical Practice Improvement
  • Workforce Development
  • Compliance
  • Integration
  • Health Reform & Other Delivery/Payment System Changes
  • Trauma-informed Behavioral Health
  • Health IT & Treatment Technologies

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Upcoming webinars

A Journey to Recovery: What Does the Cigarette Represent

Hosted by CDC-funded National Behavioral Health Network for Tobacco and Cancer Control

Date: Tuesday, July 29, 2:00-3:30 pm EDT

Register for free at https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/223229954

Presenters: Eric Arauz, MLER, President, Arauz Inspirational Enterprises LLC; Chad Morris, PhD, Director, Behavioral Health and Wellness Program and Associate Professor, University of Colorado Denver; Steven Schroeder, MD, Director, Smoking Cessation Leadership Center, Distinguished Professor of Health and Health Care, University of California San Francisco

Anyone who has worked with someone who smokes, or battled a nicotine addiction themselves, knows that a cigarette represents more than just a habit. Whether you’re a clinical provider, a behavioral health advocate, or someone with lived experience, you probably have numerous stories about what smoking means to someone. If you’re a clinician, you’ve probably navigated this addiction with your clients, and if you’re a smoker, then you know first-hand what a cigarette may represent in someone’s life. Especially for those with mental health and addictions disorders, it may seem like cigarettes are “the only normal thing in an abnormal world.” For Eric Arauz, who has battled bipolar disorder, PTSD, and alcohol and drug addiction, recovery was not just about symptom abatement — it was about his personal recovery to health.

Join Arauz as he discusses how we can change what recovery looks like. He’ll share his own experiences of quitting and his journey to becoming tobacco-free. Dr. Chad Morris will join Eric to talk about how the treatment environment has perpetuated smoking, and how common myths prevent the behavioral health field from helping people recover and live healthier lives. Then, Dr. Steven Schroeder will explore how tobacco control and prevention efforts have largely missed the behavioral health population and how the 50th anniversary of the Surgeon General’s Report on smoking and health may be the final impetus for change.

In case you missed it, check out the latest Network Insider: Cancer, The Lesser Discussed Killer to get the latest and greatest in resources, data, news and lessons from the field!

For more information about JOINING the National Behavioral Health Network for Tobacco & Cancer, CLICK HERE!

Check out our website and join the network.  When you sign up, you will get access to the Network Insider, a bi-weekly e-newsletter that has the latest and greatest in resources, data, news, and lessons from the field, and you’ll receive Network updates, upcoming events, and more!

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Coffee Break Webinar-The New Federal Grants Supercircular: How Super Is It?

Date: Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 3:00 – 3:15pm

Presenter: Adam Falcone, Esq., Partner, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell

Register for free at https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/535520570

The federal Office of Management and Budget recently revised and consolidated the federal grants circulars into a massive guidance document called the “Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Grants,” also known as the “Supercircular.” There are significant modifications to the rules that govern the administration and management of all federal grants and subgrants (also known as subrecipients) related to time and effort reporting, sole source procurement restrictions, mandatory disclosures and indirect cost rates. This 15-minute webinar will highlight the Supercircular’s key reforms that community mental health  and addiction treatment organizations receiving federal grant grants should know.

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NASMHPD TA Coalition Webinar

Community Outreach and Prevention as an Element of Early Intervention in Psychosis

Date: Tuesday, July 22, 2014, from 2:00-3:30pm EST

http://nasmhpd.adobeconnect.com/earlyintervention/

Want a reminder? Add this webinar to your calendar by clicking here.

Speakers: Amy Penkin, LifeWorks Northwest; Ryan Melton, Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) Center for Excellence; Bill McFarland, Portland Identification and Early Referral (PIER) Training Institute

Mental illness typically has its onset at a young age – but all too often, individuals, families, teachers, community members, and others are not aware of the risk signs or local resources available to help. How do you reach outside the clinic walls to engage communities in outreach and prevention? What local partnerships should you form, and what kind of public education is needed? Hear from program directors and coalition leaders about the key elements of a community outreach program that will strengthen your ability to provide clinical services to individuals in need.

Before the day of the webinar, please click here to ensure your computer supports the Adobe webinar system. If you experience technical issues, call Adobe Tech Support at 1-800-495-5680. For questions about the webinar recording, participants will need to contact NASMHPD’s Kelle Masten at kelle.masten@nasmhpd.org.

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Watch this page for topics, dates, and registration. Go to our Webinar Archive for recordings and PowerPoint presentations from past National Council LIVE webinars.

Closed Captioning for webinars available upon request.

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Attendance is limited to the first 1,000 people that join. So please sign in early to ensure your seat for the live event. A free audio recording and Powerpoint will be available after the live event concludes.

How Do I Participate in National Council LIVE Webinars?

Registration is required for each webinar. Upon registering, you will receive email confirmation with webinar access information. Please register using the email of the person who will attend the webinar as the access information is unique and cannot be shared or forwarded. If multiple persons from your organization plan to attend the webinar from different computers, each person must register separately.

At the time of the webinar, you will need Internet access to view the presentation on your computer monitor and listen to the presenters through your computer speakers. We recommend that you log in at least 15 minutes prior to event time. You may also dial into a phone line to access the audio. During the presentation, you can send in questions for the speaker using the dialog box on the right of your webinar window.

Download the Attendee Quick Reference Guide to keep handy.

A recording and the PowerPoint will be be posted within 48 hours AFTER the event.

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