Date(s) - 19/11/2014 - 21/11/2014
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
This three-day training program is designed to help front line workers better understand the context, roles and functions of intensive case management within our current mental health system. The emphasis is placed on practical knowledge and skills that reflect the Mental Health Community Support Services environment as well as Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Intensive Case Management Service Standards for Mental Health Services and Supports. Recovery principles and values are presented as strong foundations for practice. Participants are also encouraged to explore ethics, boundaries and resiliency strategies.
The goal of the training is to provide an overview of intensive case management as an evidence-based model to support individuals living with mental illness achieve their goals and to equip staff with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively provide recovery-oriented, client-directed services within a community setting.
Please register at http://ottawa.cmha.ca/programs-and-services/training/register-for-training/