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Category: Community EventsAdult Mental Health First Aid Course

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Gila County Division of Community Services
5515 South Apache Avenue
Globe, AZ. 85501


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Adult Mental Health First Aid Course
March 31, 2015
8:00 am 5:00 pm

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

OVERVIEW
Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses, builds understanding of their impact, and overviews common supports. This 8-hour course uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to offer initial help in a mental health crisis and connect persons to the appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care. The program also teaches the common risk factors and warning signs of specific types of illnesses, like anxiety, depression, substance use, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and schizophrenia.

Mental Health First Aid is included on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

COURSE DETAILS
Mental Health First Aid teaches participants a five-step action plan, ALGEE, to support someone developing signs and symptoms of a mental illness or in an emotional crisis:
• Assess for risk of suicide or harm
• Listen nonjudgmentally
• Give reassurance and information
• Encourage appropriate professional help
• Encourage self-help and other support strategies

Like CPR, Mental Health First Aid prepares participants to interact with a person in crisis and connect the person with help. First Aiders do not take on the role of professionals — they do not diagnose or provide any counseling or therapy. Instead, the program offers concrete tools and answers key questions, like “what do I do?” and “where can someone find help?” Certified Mental Health First Aid instructors provide a list of community healthcare providers and national resources, support groups, and online tools for mental health and addictions treatment and support. All trainees receive a program manual to compliment the course material.

This training will take place at:
Gila County Division of Community Services
Conference room
5515 S. Apache Avenue
Globe, Arizona 85501

This is a free training!

Register today by going to the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adult-mhfa-tickets-16236099611

Side note: Lunch will be on your own for this training. You can either bring your own lunch or go out for lunch, you will be given an hour for lunch.

This course is brought to you by Cenpatico of Arizona


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Category: Provider TrainingsIntake Provider Call

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Intake Provider Call
April 1, 2015
1:30 pm 3:00 pm

Category: Provider TrainingsProvider Trainings


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Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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County Complex, Building A
1415 Melody Lane
Bisbee, AZ.


Map to County Complex, Building A
Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 2, 2015
10:00 am 12:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Cenpatico Office Conference Room
211 N. Florence Street Suite 2
Casa Grande, AZ.


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 2, 2015
10:00 am 12:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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1516 Ocotillo Avenue
Parker, AZ. 85344


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 2, 2015
1:00 pm 3:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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La Frontera EMPACT Conference Room
21476 North John Wayne Parkway #C101
Maricopa, AZ. 85139


Map to La Frontera EMPACT Conference Room
Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 2, 2015
2:00 pm 4:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


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Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Building 3, Suite 103
2755 S. Fourth Avenue, Bldg. 3
Yuma, AZ.


Map to Building 3, Suite 103
Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 3, 2015
10:00 am 12:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 1 and 2

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


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Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 1 and 2
April 7, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Wellness Connections
1717 West Thatcher Blvd
Safford, AZ. 85546


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 7, 2015
9:00 am 11:00 am

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Room 115 Downstairs Multi-Purpose Room
625 N. Plaza Drive
Apache Junction, AZ. 85120


Map to Room 115 Downstairs Multi-Purpose Room
Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 7, 2015
10:00 am 12:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 1 and 2

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


Map to SEABHS
Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 1 and 2
April 7, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


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Category: Community EventsAdult MHFA

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Centennial Public Library
69725 Centennial Park Road
Salome, AZ. 85348


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Adult MHFA
April 9, 2015
8:00 am 5:00 pm

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

OVERVIEW
Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses, builds understanding of their impact, and overviews common supports. This 8-hour course uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to offer initial help in a mental health crisis and connect persons to the appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care. The program also teaches the common risk factors and warning signs of specific types of illnesses, like anxiety, depression, substance use, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and schizophrenia.

Mental Health First Aid is included on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

COURSE DETAILS
Mental Health First Aid teaches participants a five-step action plan, ALGEE, to support someone developing signs and symptoms of a mental illness or in an emotional crisis:
• Assess for risk of suicide or harm
• Listen nonjudgmentally
• Give reassurance and information
• Encourage appropriate professional help
• Encourage self-help and other support strategies

Like CPR, Mental Health First Aid prepares participants to interact with a person in crisis and connect the person with help. First Aiders do not take on the role of professionals — they do not diagnose or provide any counseling or therapy. Instead, the program offers concrete tools and answers key questions, like “what do I do?” and “where can someone find help?” Certified Mental Health First Aid instructors provide a list of community healthcare providers and national resources, support groups, and online tools for mental health and addictions treatment and support. All trainees receive a program manual to compliment the course material.

This is a free training!

Register today by going to the following link: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/adult-mhfa-tickets-16020229939

Side note: Lunch will be on your own for this training. You can either bring your own lunch or go out for lunch, you will be given an hour for lunch.

This course is brought to you by Cenpatico of Arizona


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Category: Community EventsAdult MHFA - Veterans

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Open Hands Outreach Center
210 W Central Ave
Coolidge, AZ. 85128


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Adult MHFA - Veterans
April 13, 2015
8:00 am 5:00 pm

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

OVERVIEW
Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses, builds understanding of their impact, and overviews common supports. This 8-hour course uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to offer initial help in a mental health crisis and connect persons to the appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care. The program also teaches the common risk factors and warning signs of specific types of illnesses, like anxiety, depression, substance use, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and schizophrenia.

Mental Health First Aid is included on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

COURSE DETAILS
Mental Health First Aid teaches participants a five-step action plan, ALGEE, to support someone developing signs and symptoms of a mental illness or in an emotional crisis:
• Assess for risk of suicide or harm
• Listen nonjudgmentally
• Give reassurance and information
• Encourage appropriate professional help
• Encourage self-help and other support strategies

Like CPR, Mental Health First Aid prepares participants to interact with a person in crisis and connect the person with help. First Aiders do not take on the role of professionals — they do not diagnose or provide any counseling or therapy. Instead, the program offers concrete tools and answers key questions, like “what do I do?” and “where can someone find help?” Certified Mental Health First Aid instructors provide a list of community healthcare providers and national resources, support groups, and online tools for mental health and addictions treatment and support. All trainees receive a program manual to compliment the course material.

Register today! Please follow the link below to register.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/adult-mhfa-veterans-tickets-16210260325

Side note: Lunch will be on your own for this training. You can either bring your own lunch or go out for lunch, you will be given an hour for lunch.

This course is brought to you by Cenpatico of Arizona


Category: Advisory CouncilsNogales Community Advisory Council

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Nogales City Hall
777 North Grand Avenue
Nogales, AZ. 85621


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Nogales Community Advisory Council
April 13, 2015
12:30 pm 1:30 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

The Cenpatico Community Advisory Council is for community stakeholders… those agencies that share members receiving services.

We are there to discuss any concerns you may have in regards to behavioral health issues in your community, and will document these concerns and recommendations from community leaders to take back to our Cenpatico leaders. Every other month Cenpatico will share updates and resources with your community.


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


Map to SEABHS
Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5
April 14, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


Map to SEABHS
Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5
April 14, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Wellness Connections Conference Room
661 North G Avenue
Douglas, AZ. 85607


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 14, 2015
10:00 am 12:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training


Category: Advisory CouncilsBisbee Community Advisory Council

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Presbyterian Church Annex
19th Howell Street
Bisbee, AZ. 85603


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Bisbee Community Advisory Council
April 14, 2015
12:30 pm 1:30 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

The Cenpatico Community Advisory Council is for community stakeholders… those agencies that share members receiving services.

We are there to discuss any concerns you may have in regards to behavioral health issues in your community, and will document these concerns and recommendations from community leaders to take back to our Cenpatico leaders. Every other month Cenpatico will share updates and resources with your community.


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


Map to SEABHS
Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5
April 14, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


Map to SEABHS
Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5
April 14, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Advisory CouncilsSomerton Community Advisory Council Meeting

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Campesinos Sin Fronteras
663 E. Main Street
Somerton, AZ. 85350


Map to Campesinos Sin Fronteras
Somerton Community Advisory Council Meeting
April 15, 2015
11:00 am 12:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

The Cenpatico Community Advisory Council is for community stakeholders… those agencies that share members receiving services.

We are there to discuss any concerns you may have in regards to behavioral health issues in your community, and will document these concerns and recommendations from community leaders to take back to our Cenpatico leaders. Every other month Cenpatico will share updates and resources with your community.

Meeting is held in the 2nd floor JPO Conference Room.


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Multi Purpose Room #204
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


Map to Multi Purpose Room #204
Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 15, 2015
3:00 pm 5:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


Map to SEABHS
Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5
April 14, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


Map to SEABHS
Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 3-5
April 14, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Provider TrainingsTraining Contact Meeting

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Training Contact Meeting
April 16, 2015
10:00 am 11:00 am

Category: Provider TrainingsProvider Trainings

This meeting is required for all provider agency key training contacts. 855 351-5537 Pass code 4754230059


Category: Provider TrainingsSpecialty Provider Call

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Specialty Provider Call
April 16, 2015
1:30 pm 3:00 pm

Category: Provider TrainingsProvider Trainings


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Multi Purpose Room
611 West Union Street
Benson, AZ. 85602


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 16, 2015
3:00 pm 5:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


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Category: Community EventsAdult MHFA - Spanish

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Somerton
663 E. Main Street
Somerton, AZ.


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Adult MHFA - Spanish
April 17, 2015
8:00 am 5:00 pm

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

OVERVIEW
Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses, builds understanding of their impact, and overviews common supports. This 8-hour course uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to offer initial help in a mental health crisis and connect persons to the appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care. The program also teaches the common risk factors and warning signs of specific types of illnesses, like anxiety, depression, substance use, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and schizophrenia.

Mental Health First Aid is included on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

COURSE DETAILS
Mental Health First Aid teaches participants a five-step action plan, ALGEE, to support someone developing signs and symptoms of a mental illness or in an emotional crisis:
• Assess for risk of suicide or harm
• Listen nonjudgmentally
• Give reassurance and information
• Encourage appropriate professional help
• Encourage self-help and other support strategies

Like CPR, Mental Health First Aid prepares participants to interact with a person in crisis and connect the person with help. First Aiders do not take on the role of professionals — they do not diagnose or provide any counseling or therapy. Instead, the program offers concrete tools and answers key questions, like “what do I do?” and “where can someone find help?” Certified Mental Health First Aid instructors provide a list of community healthcare providers and national resources, support groups, and online tools for mental health and addictions treatment and support. All trainees receive a program manual to compliment the course material.

This is a free training!

Register today by going to the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adult-mhfa-spanish-tickets-16148021166

Side note: Lunch will be on your own for this training. You can either bring your own lunch or go out for lunch, you will be given an hour for lunch.

This course is brought to you by Cenpatico of Arizona

Side note: Lunch will be on your own for this training. You can either bring your own lunch or go out for lunch, you will be given an hour for lunch.

This course is brought to you by Cenpatico of Arizona


Category: Provider Trainings*Unique Needs for Kids and Families Involved with DCS

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Horizon Human Services - Casa Grande
210 E Cottonwood
Casa Grande, AZ. 85122


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*Unique Needs for Kids and Families Involved with DCS
April 17, 2015
9:30 am 5:00 pm

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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 6 and 7

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


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Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 6 and 7
April 21, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Arizona Counciling and Treatment Conference Room
114 South Arizona Avenue
Willcox, AZ. 85644


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 21, 2015
1:00 pm 3:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 6 and 7

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


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Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 6 and 7
April 21, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


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Category: Advisory CouncilsBenson Community Advisory Council Meeting

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Cochise County Regional Services Center
126 W. 5th Street
Benson, AZ. 85602


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Benson Community Advisory Council Meeting
April 23, 2015
12:00 pm 1:30 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

The Cenpatico Community Advisory Council is for community stakeholders… those agencies that share members receiving services.

We are there to discuss any concerns you may have in regards to behavioral health issues in your community, and will document these concerns and recommendations from community leaders to take back to our Cenpatico leaders. Every other month Cenpatico will share updates and resources with your community.

Meeting is held in the 2nd floor JPO Conference Room.


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Pinal Hispanic Council
275 Noth Grand Court Plaza
Nogales, AZ. 85621


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 23, 2015
1:00 pm 3:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training


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Category: Provider Trainings*Cultural Competency 101: Embracing Diversity

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Mountain Health & Wellness
625 N Plaza Drive, Apache Junction
Apache Junction, AZ. 85120


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*Cultural Competency 101: Embracing Diversity
April 24, 2015
8:30 am 12:30 pm

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Category: Provider Trainings*Cultural Competency 101: Embracing Diversity

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Mountain Health & Wellness
625 N Plaza Drive, Apache Junction
Apache Junction, AZ. 85120


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*Cultural Competency 101: Embracing Diversity
April 24, 2015
1:00 pm 5:00 pm

Category: Provider TrainingsProvider Trainings


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Category: Advisory CouncilsGraham Community Advisory Council Meeting

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General Services Building, Assembly Room
921 Thatcher Blvd.
Safford, AZ. 85546


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Graham Community Advisory Council Meeting
April 27, 2015
12:00 pm 1:30 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

The Cenpatico Community Advisory Council is for community stakeholders… those agencies that share members receiving services.

We are there to discuss any concerns you may have in regards to behavioral health issues in your community, and will document these concerns and recommendations from community leaders to take back to our Cenpatico leaders. Every other month Cenpatico will share updates and resources with your community.


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 8-10

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


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Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 8-10
April 28, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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SBHS Conference Room
404 West Aero
Payson, AZ.


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 28, 2015
9:00 am 11:00 am

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


Category: Advisory CouncilsYuma Community Advisory Council Meeting

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Goodwill of AZ Career Center
3097 S. 8th Avenue
Yuma, AZ. 85364


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Yuma Community Advisory Council Meeting
April 28, 2015
12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

The Cenpatico Community Advisory Council is for community stakeholders… those agencies that share members receiving services.

We are there to discuss any concerns you may have in regards to behavioral health issues in your community, and will document these concerns and recommendations from community leaders to take back to our Cenpatico leaders. Every other month Cenpatico will share updates and resources with your community.


Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Community Bridges
5734 E. Hope Lane
Globe, Az.


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
April 28, 2015
2:00 pm 4:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 8-10

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


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Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 8-10
April 28, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Advisory CouncilsParker Community Advisory Council Meeting

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P.A.A.C.E. Center
1309 9th Street
Parker, AZ. 85344


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Parker Community Advisory Council Meeting
April 29, 2015
12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

The Cenpatico Community Advisory Council is for community stakeholders… those agencies that share members receiving services.

We are there to discuss any concerns you may have in regards to behavioral health issues in your community, and will document these concerns and recommendations from community leaders to take back to our Cenpatico leaders. Every other month Cenpatico will share updates and resources with your community.


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Category: Community EventsCertification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 8-10

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SEABHS
4755 Campus Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ. 85635


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Certification for a Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist-Days 8-10
April 28, 2015
N/A

Category: Community EventsCommunity Events

Ten Day Training
Over the ten days you will gain knowledge that will support you in turning personal experiential knowledge from your own recovery journeys into skills, or experiential wisdom, to provide assistance to others in achieving their recovery
goals.

Admission Criteria:
1. Individuals must have a desire to identify themselves as a person with a psychiatric disorder and/or substance use disorder and a willingness to work within the healthcare system providing peer support and other services.
2. Individuals must be receiving services from a behavioral health system.
3. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older.
4. Individuals must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. (Copy of diploma or certificate is required in packet; OR college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma)
5. Individuals will be grounded in their recovery and, if applicable, lived a sustained period of sobriety.
6. Individuals must demonstrate basic writing skills.

Application Process:
* The completed four‐page application.
* Individuals must submit two letters of recommendation from people the individual has known for at least two years OR one letter from an ADHS/DBHS certified peer support specialist who can attest to the applicant’s ability to assume responsibility and perform in a work environment.
* Individuals must enclose a copy of their high school diploma or G.E.D (college credit transcripts may be substituted in place of high school diploma).
* Completed CSA packet (if applicable).

Submit Application to:
Christina Baca, CRSS, Employment Consultant
Workforce Development Program
1450 North Cherry Avenue #203, Tucson AZ 85719
Work: (520) 626-7473 • Fax: (520) 626-7833 • Cell: (520) 873-7663

The application packet will be considered once all documents are received.
ADHS/DBHS Peer Support Certification Criteria
Certification will be awarded upon completion of the Integrated Healthcare Recovery Support Specialist (IHRSS) Institute and passage of a final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

For more information please visit: http://www.fcm.arizona.edu/workforce-development-program


Category: Provider Trainings*CASII Training

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Horizon Human Services - Casa Grande
210 E Cottonwood
Casa Grande, AZ. 85122


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*CASII Training
April 30, 2015
9:00 am 5:00 pm

Category: Provider TrainingsProvider Trainings


Category: Advisory CouncilsCasa Grande Community Advisory Council

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Cenpatico Office
211 N. Florence Street, Ste. 2
Casa Grande, AZ.


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Casa Grande Community Advisory Council
April 30, 2015
12:00 pm 1:30 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

The Cenpatico Community Advisory Council is for community stakeholders… those agencies that share members receiving services.

We are there to discuss any concerns you may have in regards to behavioral health issues in your community, and will document these concerns and recommendations from community leaders to take back to our Cenpatico leaders. Every other month Cenpatico will share updates and resources with your community.


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Category: Advisory CouncilsPeer and Family Advisory Council Meeting

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Building 3, Suite 103
2755 S. Fourth Avenue, Bldg. 3
Yuma, AZ.


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Peer and Family Advisory Council Meeting
May 1, 2015
10:00 am 12:00 pm

Category: Advisory CouncilsAdvisory Councils

This meeting is for all people who receive services and family members.

What to expect:
- Provide guidance on developing new Behavioral Health Programs
- Have your voice personally heard at the Local, State, and National level
- Receive Leadership Training

For information please contact: 1-866-495-6738


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