Educator Support Group
It’s not the school year you thought it was going to be- let’s talk about it. Featuring a short presentation on the importance of hope in disaster recovery, followed by discussion. Hear how your peers are coping with this unprecedented school year, and receive support and connection with other educators.
This training is offered online. February 22, 2021 from 5-6:30pm; Will run on the third Monday of each month as an ongoing series.
Baby, Let's Talk
Join an online community for new and expecting parents who are navigating parenthood during the Covid-19 pandemic!
A new baby should be reason to celebrate, but fears around COVID-19 have managed to dampen even that joyous milestone. Should you take your newborn out of the house at all? What do you say when relatives want to come see the tiny newcomer?
Topics like these will be discussed during "Baby, Let's Talk,” which begins tomorrow and will run Tuesdays at 1 pm! This event is free and open to all expectant and new parents in 2021- whether they are biological, foster, adoptive or surrogate. The theme, loosely centered on new and expectant parents, will cover topics ranging from changing birth expectations to setting boundaries with family and isolation.
This training is offered online. March 2, 2021 from 1:00-2:00pm; Every Tuesday
Mental Health Minute
Mental Health Minute is an ongoing series touching on different aspects of mental wellness, from self-care, guided meditation, how to retain hope and more. Designed to be a mid-week source of mental wellness support.
This training is offered online. March 3, 2021 from 12-12:30pm; Every Wednesday
High Risk, High Anxiety
Support group for individuals with high-risk medical conditions who are navigating the Covid-19 pandemic.
This weekly support group is for high-risk individuals as they navigate life during COVID-19.
Each week, we will begin with a general theme — from the inability to “get back to normal” as a high-risk person, to family dynamics, setting and enforcing boundaries, employment stress and more.
This training is offered online. March 4, 2021 from 6:30-8:00pm; Every Thursday
How’s That Working for You… The Trauma Presentation To End All Trauma Presentations
Join us for a frank (and funny!) discussion about the realities of unmitigated secondary stress in First Responders. Learn how to realistically survive the inevitable effects of secondary stress, and how to manage stress in a healthy, productive way (including that sense of humor).
Our presenter, Cassie Skalicky, has been part of a law enforcement and military family for over 20 years, and has worked in a Child Advocacy Center, with at-risk children and in neonatal hospice. She knows more about trauma than she’d like to.
This training is offered online.
April 2nd 12 – 1pm
April 8th 10 – 11am
April 30th 12 – 1pm
Peer Support Specialist Training
April 26-30, 2021 from 9:00am-4:30pm daily
Training will be offered virtually.
Peer Support Specialist Training
June 28 - July 2, 2021 from 9:00am-4:30pm daily
Training will be offered in person at the following location:
- Grand Forks
Please only register for one location. If you have input regarding location of future trainings or if you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Care Coordination Training
North Dakota Care Coordination training is designed to provide Care Coordinators with the attitude, skills, and capacity to perform their job duties.
Who Should Attend?
- Individuals that have secured employment or have an employment offer working as a Care Coordinator in Free Through Recovery, or Community Connect
- Individuals that supervise Care Coordinators.
In order to ensure that attendance is prioritized for those with employment or employment offers as a Care Coordinator we require an application be submitted before access to registration is approved. Please fill out the application below and we will be in contact with you regarding the next steps in the registration process. Filling out this application DOES NOT guarantee access to the training. Please ensure that your email and phone number are correct so that we can correspond with you regarding registration.
Thank you for your continued partnership with the Department of Human Services as we begin to implement the 1915(i). To make the implementation more convenient for providers, the previously scheduled live trainings will be pre-recorded to watch at your convenience. Updates will be provided when the training is available.
Technical Assistance Calls for 1915(i) Providers
Medical Services and Behavioral Health Divisions are offering Technical Assistance for 1915(i) providers through a series of calls every Wednesday, beginning January 20, 2021, 1-2pm.
This training is offered online. January 20, 2021 from 1-2pm; Every Wednesday