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Care Management and Client Retention

Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. EST

Join herehttps://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8378520882301016833


PAST WEBINARS

General Information | Clinical Practice | Financing and Sustainability
Workforce Development/Retention | Social Assistance | Wellness | Peers
Medication and Treatment Adherence | Outreach/Engagement 
Integrating HIV Care and Behavioral Health Care

General Information

  • Minority AIDS Initiative Continuum of Care (MAI-CoC) Orientation Webinar for Training and Technical Assistance
    February 24, 2015 
    Presenters:
    Jake Bowling, MSW, National Council for Behavioral Health; Gretchen Vaughn, MayaTech Corporation; Victor Ramirez, MayaTech Corporation; Ilze Ruditis, SAMHSA
    Description: This webinar presents a general overview of the types of training and technical assistance (TTA) available to MAI-CoC grantees, how to access TTA, and next steps for TTA activities.
    Slides 
    Transcript 

  • Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI) Continuum of Care (CoC) Pilot Introductory webinar
    November 7, 2014
    Presenters:
    Ilze Ruditis, Dr. Linda Youngman, Judith Ellis, Stephen Carrington, Eileen Bermudez, Dr. Laura Jacobus-Kantor (SAMHSA)
    Description: This webinar describes the background and purpose of the RFA, including its major goals, definitions, and required activities. It covers grant management, data collection and performance measurement, and MAI-CoC Technical Assistance. 
    Slides 
    Transcript

Clinical Practice

  • Addressing The Impact Of Historical and Intergenerational Trauma in MAI-CoC Communities
    April 17, 2018

    Presenter: Gretchen Vaughn, Ph.D., Research Scientist, The Mayatech Corporation
    Description: This webinar identifies the context and impact of historical and intergenerational trauma, and identifies strategies to address that trauma in clinical settings.
    Slides | Recording
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Providing HIV/AIDS and Behavioral Healthcare in Rural Settings
    January 16, 2018

    Presenter: Fayth M. Parks, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Licensed Psychologist, Department of Leadership, Technology, & Human Development, Georgia Southern University
    Description: This webinar identifies best practices and resources that can be used in rural settings, highlighting the opioid crisis and major barriers to accessing care in rural settings.
    Slides | Presenter Bio
     
  • Adapting SBIRT & Increasing Organizational Capacity to Address Substance Use & Client Risk Behaviors
    August 23, 2017
    Presenters:
    Aaron Williams, M.A., National Council for Behavioral Health; Ann Williams, M.A., LPC, LAC, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Project REACH
    Description: This webinar identifies the relevance of SBIRT and ways to incorporate and adapt SBIRT techniques in an HIV care-setting, or integrated HIV and behavioral health care-setting, to better meet the needs of PLWH and at-risk populations.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Latest Evidence and Developments from the Field
    December 20, 2016
    Presenters:
    William Connors, M.D., Positive Impact Health Centers; Anthony Campbell, RPH, D.O., CDR USPHS
    Description: This webinar discusses recent advances in HIV and hepatitis prevention and treatment, and reviews the challenges that the opioid epidemic presents for these services.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Minority AIDS Initiative Continuum of Care (MAI-CoC) Webinar - Motivational Interviewing
    June 21, 2016
    Presenters:
    Adrienne C. Lindsey, MA, DBH, Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy, College of Public Service and Community Solutions, Arizona State University
    Description: This webinar covers the fundamental principles of Motivational Interviewing. It includes a disscussion of self-efficacy and its role in behavior change and application to person-centered care.
    Slides | Presenter Bios

  • Trauma Informed Care and HIV/AIDS 
    November 17, 2015
    Presenters:
    Shaleyah Floyd, Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center; Linda Ligenza, LCSW, Clinical Service Director, CIHS; Peter McLoyd, Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center
    Description: This webinar discusses SAMHSA’s definition of ‘trauma informed principles’ and how they can be used to transform agency policies and procedures. It will also identify how trauma history is associated with increased risk for populations impacted by HIV and behavioral health disorders.
    Slides | Presenter Bios

Financing and Sustainability

  • Sustainability Beyond Finance: Infrastructure Considerations
    June 19, 2018
    Presenters:
    Emma Green Smith, MPH, CIHS; Suganya Sockalingam, PhD, Change Matrix LLC; Rachele Espiritu, PhD, Change Matrix LLC
    Slides | Recording

  • Strategic Sustainability Planning
    December 19, 2017
    Presenters:
    Mindy Klowden, MNM, Director, Training and Technical Assistance at the National Council for Behavioral Health
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bio
     
  • Beyond Funding: Evaluating and Planning for your Program’s Sustainability
    September 12, 2017
    Presenters:
    Sarah Dexter, M.S.W. and Kim Prewitt, Center for Public Health Systems Science, Washington University in St. Louis
    Description: This webinar explores the components of program sustainability capacity through use of the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool (PSAT) and the Program Sustainability Action Planning process.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Sustaining Progress 1: Developing, Assessing, and Evaluating Strategic Goals
    January 24, 2017
    Presenters:
    Carrie Jacobs, Ph.D., Executive Director, The Attic Youth Center; Dana Coleman, MSW, Senior Director, VIP Community Services; Kristin Potterbusch, MPH, Director of HIV and Behavioral Health Integration, CIHS
    Description: This webinar explores tactics to sustain progress toward strategic goals through the use of the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool (PSAT) and creation of a sustainability action plan.
    Slides Recording | Presenter Bios
  • Sustaining Progress 2: Staff Buy-in and Financing
    February 21, 2016
    Presenters: 
    Jeff Capobianco, Ph.D., Director of Practice Improvement, National Council for Behavioral Health; Manuel Sanchez, Jr, M.A., HIV/AIDS/STD Program Coordinator, City of Laredo Health Department
    Description: This webinar addresses the elements of long-term organizational stability, including signs of staff burn-out, key steps to assess staff engagement, and financing best practices of mutual benefit to organizations and their funding partners. 
    Slides | Recording
     | Presenter Bios

  • Using MAI-CoC Project Data for Sustainability
    November 15, 2016
    Presenters:
    Kelly Wagner, Senior Technical Vice President for Training and Technical Support, The MayaTech Corporation
    Description: This webinar provides an overview of how to use MAI-CoC project data to enhance sustainability, including understanding the role of evaluation and identifying performance indicators of interest to key stakeholders.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Program Finance and Sustainability
    September 13, 2016
    Presenters:
    Susanne Smoller, LCSW-R, Independent Consultant
    Description: This webinar gives an overview of financial sustainability and the steps of the strategic planning process.
    Slides | Presenter Bios

  • Financial Stability
    July 21, 2015
    Presenters:
    Dan Spears, Director and Acting CEO, Office of Financial Advisory Services, SAMHSA
    Description: This webinar presents an overview of fraud, waste, and abuse under federal grants and covers how to properly account for and report braided CMHS, CSAP, and CSAT grant expenditures.
    Slides 

  • Program Income
    May 19, 2015
    Presenters:
    Eileen Bermudez, Office of Financial Resources, Division of Grants Management, SAMHSA
    Description: This webinar covers how to report, budget, and account for program income and utilize reimbursements to further the objectives of a grant.
    Slides 
    Transcript 
    - Agenda

Workforce Development and Retention

  • Retention in Care 2: Best Practices in Trauma Informed Care for PLWH, in Recovery, and People at Risk
    May 23, 2017
    Presenters:
    Mary Blake, CRE, Public Health Advisor, Centor for Mental Health Services, SAMHSA; Eugenia Sousa, Clinical Services Director, United Community Center
    Description: This webinar discusses the prevalence and impact of adverse childhood events on PLWH and the steps that organizations can take to provide trauma informed care.
    Slides
     | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Retention in Care 1: Best Practices of Cultural Competency for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH), in Recovery and People at Risk
    May 9, 2017
    Presenters:
    Cindy Crusto, Ph.D., Dept. Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine; David Salinas, MPH, Project Manager, Sunrise Community Counseling Services
    Description: This webinar addresses the impact of differences in retention in HIV care by race/ethnicity and explores best practices in cultural and linguistic competence enhancement and staff training.
    Slides |
     Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Minority AIDS Initiative Continuum of Care (MAI-CoC) Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Webinar - Grantee Roundtable Discussion on Recruitment and Retention
    February 16, 2016
    Presenters:
    Emily Bakshi, Program Manager, St. Joseph's Mercy Care Services, Inc.; Jo Ann Ford, Assistant Director, SARDI, Wright State University; Oscar Gutierrez, Program Manager, Bienestar Human Services, Inc.; Gretchen Vaughn, Ph.D., The MayaTech Corporation
    Description: This Grantee Roundtable Discussion addesses recruitment and retention among three grantee agencies from diverse geographic locations, serving diverse populations. 
    Slides
     | Presenter Bios 

  • Performance Measurement and Evaluation
    September 15, 2015 
    Presenters: Suzanne Randolph, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer, The MayaTech Corporation
    Description: This webinar provides an overview of program measurement and evaluation, including refining program goals and objectives, developing performance measurement tools, and composing evaluation plans. 
    Slides

Social Assistance

  • SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access and Recovery (SOAR)
    October 18, 2017
    Presenters:
    Kristin Lupfer, MSW, Project Director, SAMSHA SOAR TA Center
    Description: This webinar introduces the SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access and Recovery (SOAR) program and provides an overview of the SOAR model, SOAR TA Center, SOAR Online Course, and Online Application Tracking (OAT). 
    Slides
     | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Access and Support for Housing Resources and/or Employment
    August 9, 2016
    Presenters:
    Patricia Tucker, Senior Program Manager, Advocates for Human Potential, Inc.
    Description: This webinar discusses the range of housing types and resources available for vulnerable populations and the ways in which these settings can promote employment.
    Slides | Presenter Bios

Wellness

  • Wellness: Evidence Based Practices Supporting Comprehensive Quality of Life Improvements for PLWH with Substance Use and Mental Disorders and in Recovery, and People At-risk
    July 25, 2017
    Presenters:
    Andrew Philip, Ph.D., Deputy Director, CIHS; Nicola Walker, Project Director, Collaborate and Prevent HIV (CAP), Adult Well Being Services
    Description: This webinar provides an overview of evidence-based practices for choosing wellness programs, recognizing their impact, and evaluating their success within the HIV/AIDS population.
    Slides |
     Recording | Presenter Bios

Peers

  • Welcoming Peers: The Role of PLWH and At-Risk Peers in Education and Empowerment
    March 7, 2017
    Presenters:
    Regina Penna, Coastal Horizons Center; Juliet Fink Yates, Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers; Winner Bell, Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers
    Description: This webinar addresses the importance of peer workers and the positive impact they have on both the client level and the organizational level. It also discusses ways in which organizations can grow the professional contributions of peers and determine pathways for peer leadership roles.
    Slides |
     Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Peer-to-Peer Support Services in Integrated Care Settings
    May 3, 2016
    Presenters: 
    Jake Bowling, Assistant VP of Practice Improvement, National Council for Behavioral Health; Jenniffer Braddock, Addiction Research and Treatment Services, University of Colorado; Emma Maki-Gianani, Addiction Research Treatment Services, University of Colorado
    Description: This webinar discusses the value of peer support and its role in the integrated care setting. It addresses environmental readiness, keys to effective peer supervision, and solutions to challenges with peer staff.
    Slides Presenter Bios

Medication/Treatment Adherence

  • Good Medicine: Assessing and Adapting Medication Adherence Strategies to the Needs of PLWH, People At-Risk, and Living with Mental and Substance Use Disorders
    April 18, 2017
    Presenters:
    Tom Donohoe, Director, Los Angeles Region Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center (LA PAETC); Sandra Cuevas, (LA PAETC); Nicole Proviano, Nursing Manager, Brandywine Counseling and Community Services
    Description: This webinar gives an overview of medication adherence strategies and ways to address system barriers and client concerns within the PLWH population. Attendees will be able to identify the health, social, and economic system factors impacting adherence.
    Slides
     | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Behavioral Health Treatment Adherence
    April 19, 2016
    Presenters:
    John Kern, Chief Medical Officer, Regional Mental Health Center; Kamala Greene Genece, Ph.D., Deputy Director, Division of substance Abuse, Montefiore Medical Center
    Description: This webinar discusses the challenges of adherence to care and how Montefiore Medical Center addresses them. It also covers the collaborative care model and how to assess risk for non-adherence.
    Slides | 
    Presenter Bios

Outreach and Engagement

  • Engaging Consumers/Peers in Process, Planning and Evaluation
    August 23, 2016
    Presenters:
    Patrick Hendry, VP Peer Advocacy, Supports & Services, Mental Health America
    Description:
    This webinar addresses engagement strategies for process, planning and evaluation for project and systems development.
    Slides
     | Presenter Bios

  • Keys to Effective Outreach Strategies for Reaching High-Risk Populations Affected by HIV and Substance Use Disorders
    May 17, 2016
    Presenters:
    Larry Villegas Perez, Professional Training and Coaching Consultant; Charles Sellers, COO, New Age Services Corporation
    Description:
    This webinar discusses in-reach and outreach strategies for high-risk populations and how they differ in diverse communities and change through the use of technology. The second presenter covers outreach to HIV and SUD patients for the New Age Services Corporation.
    Slides
     | Presenter Bios 

  • Client Recruitment and Retention
    Apr 21, 2015 
    Presenters:
    Erin Nortrup, MSW, Senior Program Manager, Access to Care AIDS United; Freddie Smith, MPH, Program Services Coordinator, Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services
    Description: 
    This webinar highlights the Retention in Care (RiC) Initiative and the PATH Project (Promoting Access to Health), as well as challenges both have faced and wthe projects support staff retention.
    Slides Presenter Bios
    -
     Transcript  
    - Agenda

Integrating HIV Care and Behavioral Health Care

  • Co-occurring Disorders: Supporting Clients Living WIth HIV, SMI and/or SUD
    May 7, 2018

    Presenter: Carolyn Chu, MD, Msc, AAHIVS, FAAFP, Clinical Consultation Center, AIDS Education Training Center Program; Erin Lutes, MS, RN, PHN, CNS, Clinical Consultation Center, AIDS Education Training Center Program (AETC); James Gasper, PharmD, BCPP, Clinical Consultation Center, AIDS Education Training Center Program (AETC)
    Description: This webinar covers the impact of SMI and/or SUD on the treatment of HIV-specific neurologic conditions, and methods to address and mitigate these factors.
    Slides | Recording

     
  • Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Treatment Guidelines for the MAI-CoC
    November 28, 2017
    Presenter: 
    Jay Kostman, M.D., Medical Director, John Bell Health Center, Philadelphia FIGHT
    Description: This webinar discusses and describes the treatment guidelines and options for HCV infection among HIV infected patients. The presenter also addresses HCV health education and risk reduction for consumers with and at high risk for mental and substance use disorders.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios
  • HIV & Substance Abuse Prevention Services 
    March 8, 2016
    Slides
     
    Presenters:
    Judith Ellis, SAMHSA; Kelly Wagner, The MayaTech Corporation; Ted N. Strader, Executive Director, COPES, Inc., Mike Graham-Squire, Neighborhood House
    Description:
    This webinar provides an overview of evidence-based substance abuse, HCV, and HIV prevention practices and addresses the organizational and programmatic adaptations required to integrate them with treatment services. 

    Supplemental Resources:
    Creating Lasting Family CJPR article, SAGE publications (12-17-12)_FINAL (Fatherhood)
    SAMSHA Newsletter_ Intersection of Treatment and Prevention Article (combined)

  • Step by Step: Strengthening Integration and Moving Along the Continuum with the Integrated Practice Assessment Tool (IPAT)
    January 19, 2016
    Presenters:
    Dalveer Kaur, Community Counseling and Mediation; Jeanette Waxmonsky, Ph.D., Jefferson Center for Mental Health; Andrea Auxier, Ph.D., New Directions Behavioral Health
    Description:
    This webinar discusses strengthening integration through the use of the Integrated Care Practice Assessment Tool (IPAT) while explaining the SAMHSA framework for levels of integrated care.
    Slides Presenter Bios

  • Co-Occurring Disorders
    December 15, 2015 
    Presenters:
    Brie Reimann, MPA, Center for Integrated Health Solutions; Moneta Sinclair, Ed.D., Clinical Director of Addiction Services, Positive Impact Health Centers
    Description:
    This webinar covers managing co-occurring disorders in a SAMHSA CoC grant to integrate care for racial/ethnic minority populations at high risk for behavioral health disorders and high risk for or living with HIV.
    Slides 

  • Integrating Hepatitis B & C Services into Behavioral Health Services
    June 16, 2015
    Presenters:
    Seth Himelhoch, Program Director, Project STIRR-IT, Dept. Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine; Kelly Wagner, Senior Technical VP for Training and Technical Support, The MayaTech Corporation
    Description:
    This webinar addresses the impact of HBV and HCV on minority populations and ways to establish integration of HIV/hepatitis services into behavioral health services, including staffing and training needs for on-site testing. The webinar also provides information on the STIRR-IT program introduced in Baltimore, MD.
    Slides |
    Presenter Bios 
    Transcript

    Agenda
    Presentation
    STIRR-IT (Screening & Testing for HIV/HCV, Immunization for Hepatitis A & B, Risk Reduction Counseling linked to Co-located and Integrated HIV Treatment)
     
  • Implementing Integrated and Co-Located Behavioral Health and HIV Care
    March 31, 2015
    Presenters:
    Gretchen Chase Vaughn, MAI-CoC HIV Lead, The MayaTech Corporation; Laura Galbreath, Director, CIHS; Moneta Sinclair, Positive Impact Health Centers, Inc., Gwen Davies, Positive Impact Health Centers, Inc.
    Description:
    This webinar provides information on how to implement integrated and co-located behavioral health services and the difference between integration and collaboration. It also explains the CIHS Framework for levels of integrated health and discusses Project FUSE at Positive Impact Health Centers.
    Slides 
    | Recording | Presenter Bios
    - Agenda
    - Resource - Five Key Ingredients for the Integrated Care Recipe

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Upcoming webinars

Care Management and Client Retention

Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. EST

Join herehttps://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8378520882301016833


PAST WEBINARS

General Information | Clinical Practice | Financing and Sustainability
Workforce Development/Retention | Social Assistance | Wellness | Peers
Medication and Treatment Adherence | Outreach/Engagement 
Integrating HIV Care and Behavioral Health Care

General Information

  • Minority AIDS Initiative Continuum of Care (MAI-CoC) Orientation Webinar for Training and Technical Assistance
    February 24, 2015 
    Presenters:
    Jake Bowling, MSW, National Council for Behavioral Health; Gretchen Vaughn, MayaTech Corporation; Victor Ramirez, MayaTech Corporation; Ilze Ruditis, SAMHSA
    Description: This webinar presents a general overview of the types of training and technical assistance (TTA) available to MAI-CoC grantees, how to access TTA, and next steps for TTA activities.
    Slides 
    Transcript 

  • Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI) Continuum of Care (CoC) Pilot Introductory webinar
    November 7, 2014
    Presenters:
    Ilze Ruditis, Dr. Linda Youngman, Judith Ellis, Stephen Carrington, Eileen Bermudez, Dr. Laura Jacobus-Kantor (SAMHSA)
    Description: This webinar describes the background and purpose of the RFA, including its major goals, definitions, and required activities. It covers grant management, data collection and performance measurement, and MAI-CoC Technical Assistance. 
    Slides 
    Transcript

Clinical Practice

  • Addressing The Impact Of Historical and Intergenerational Trauma in MAI-CoC Communities
    April 17, 2018

    Presenter: Gretchen Vaughn, Ph.D., Research Scientist, The Mayatech Corporation
    Description: This webinar identifies the context and impact of historical and intergenerational trauma, and identifies strategies to address that trauma in clinical settings.
    Slides | Recording
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Providing HIV/AIDS and Behavioral Healthcare in Rural Settings
    January 16, 2018

    Presenter: Fayth M. Parks, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Licensed Psychologist, Department of Leadership, Technology, & Human Development, Georgia Southern University
    Description: This webinar identifies best practices and resources that can be used in rural settings, highlighting the opioid crisis and major barriers to accessing care in rural settings.
    Slides | Presenter Bio
     
  • Adapting SBIRT & Increasing Organizational Capacity to Address Substance Use & Client Risk Behaviors
    August 23, 2017
    Presenters:
    Aaron Williams, M.A., National Council for Behavioral Health; Ann Williams, M.A., LPC, LAC, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Project REACH
    Description: This webinar identifies the relevance of SBIRT and ways to incorporate and adapt SBIRT techniques in an HIV care-setting, or integrated HIV and behavioral health care-setting, to better meet the needs of PLWH and at-risk populations.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Latest Evidence and Developments from the Field
    December 20, 2016
    Presenters:
    William Connors, M.D., Positive Impact Health Centers; Anthony Campbell, RPH, D.O., CDR USPHS
    Description: This webinar discusses recent advances in HIV and hepatitis prevention and treatment, and reviews the challenges that the opioid epidemic presents for these services.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Minority AIDS Initiative Continuum of Care (MAI-CoC) Webinar - Motivational Interviewing
    June 21, 2016
    Presenters:
    Adrienne C. Lindsey, MA, DBH, Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy, College of Public Service and Community Solutions, Arizona State University
    Description: This webinar covers the fundamental principles of Motivational Interviewing. It includes a disscussion of self-efficacy and its role in behavior change and application to person-centered care.
    Slides | Presenter Bios

  • Trauma Informed Care and HIV/AIDS 
    November 17, 2015
    Presenters:
    Shaleyah Floyd, Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center; Linda Ligenza, LCSW, Clinical Service Director, CIHS; Peter McLoyd, Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center
    Description: This webinar discusses SAMHSA’s definition of ‘trauma informed principles’ and how they can be used to transform agency policies and procedures. It will also identify how trauma history is associated with increased risk for populations impacted by HIV and behavioral health disorders.
    Slides | Presenter Bios

Financing and Sustainability

  • Sustainability Beyond Finance: Infrastructure Considerations
    June 19, 2018
    Presenters:
    Emma Green Smith, MPH, CIHS; Suganya Sockalingam, PhD, Change Matrix LLC; Rachele Espiritu, PhD, Change Matrix LLC
    Slides | Recording

  • Strategic Sustainability Planning
    December 19, 2017
    Presenters:
    Mindy Klowden, MNM, Director, Training and Technical Assistance at the National Council for Behavioral Health
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bio
     
  • Beyond Funding: Evaluating and Planning for your Program’s Sustainability
    September 12, 2017
    Presenters:
    Sarah Dexter, M.S.W. and Kim Prewitt, Center for Public Health Systems Science, Washington University in St. Louis
    Description: This webinar explores the components of program sustainability capacity through use of the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool (PSAT) and the Program Sustainability Action Planning process.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Sustaining Progress 1: Developing, Assessing, and Evaluating Strategic Goals
    January 24, 2017
    Presenters:
    Carrie Jacobs, Ph.D., Executive Director, The Attic Youth Center; Dana Coleman, MSW, Senior Director, VIP Community Services; Kristin Potterbusch, MPH, Director of HIV and Behavioral Health Integration, CIHS
    Description: This webinar explores tactics to sustain progress toward strategic goals through the use of the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool (PSAT) and creation of a sustainability action plan.
    Slides Recording | Presenter Bios
  • Sustaining Progress 2: Staff Buy-in and Financing
    February 21, 2016
    Presenters: 
    Jeff Capobianco, Ph.D., Director of Practice Improvement, National Council for Behavioral Health; Manuel Sanchez, Jr, M.A., HIV/AIDS/STD Program Coordinator, City of Laredo Health Department
    Description: This webinar addresses the elements of long-term organizational stability, including signs of staff burn-out, key steps to assess staff engagement, and financing best practices of mutual benefit to organizations and their funding partners. 
    Slides | Recording
     | Presenter Bios

  • Using MAI-CoC Project Data for Sustainability
    November 15, 2016
    Presenters:
    Kelly Wagner, Senior Technical Vice President for Training and Technical Support, The MayaTech Corporation
    Description: This webinar provides an overview of how to use MAI-CoC project data to enhance sustainability, including understanding the role of evaluation and identifying performance indicators of interest to key stakeholders.
    Slides | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Program Finance and Sustainability
    September 13, 2016
    Presenters:
    Susanne Smoller, LCSW-R, Independent Consultant
    Description: This webinar gives an overview of financial sustainability and the steps of the strategic planning process.
    Slides | Presenter Bios

  • Financial Stability
    July 21, 2015
    Presenters:
    Dan Spears, Director and Acting CEO, Office of Financial Advisory Services, SAMHSA
    Description: This webinar presents an overview of fraud, waste, and abuse under federal grants and covers how to properly account for and report braided CMHS, CSAP, and CSAT grant expenditures.
    Slides 

  • Program Income
    May 19, 2015
    Presenters:
    Eileen Bermudez, Office of Financial Resources, Division of Grants Management, SAMHSA
    Description: This webinar covers how to report, budget, and account for program income and utilize reimbursements to further the objectives of a grant.
    Slides 
    Transcript 
    - Agenda

Workforce Development and Retention

  • Retention in Care 2: Best Practices in Trauma Informed Care for PLWH, in Recovery, and People at Risk
    May 23, 2017
    Presenters:
    Mary Blake, CRE, Public Health Advisor, Centor for Mental Health Services, SAMHSA; Eugenia Sousa, Clinical Services Director, United Community Center
    Description: This webinar discusses the prevalence and impact of adverse childhood events on PLWH and the steps that organizations can take to provide trauma informed care.
    Slides
     | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Retention in Care 1: Best Practices of Cultural Competency for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH), in Recovery and People at Risk
    May 9, 2017
    Presenters:
    Cindy Crusto, Ph.D., Dept. Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine; David Salinas, MPH, Project Manager, Sunrise Community Counseling Services
    Description: This webinar addresses the impact of differences in retention in HIV care by race/ethnicity and explores best practices in cultural and linguistic competence enhancement and staff training.
    Slides |
     Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Minority AIDS Initiative Continuum of Care (MAI-CoC) Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Webinar - Grantee Roundtable Discussion on Recruitment and Retention
    February 16, 2016
    Presenters:
    Emily Bakshi, Program Manager, St. Joseph's Mercy Care Services, Inc.; Jo Ann Ford, Assistant Director, SARDI, Wright State University; Oscar Gutierrez, Program Manager, Bienestar Human Services, Inc.; Gretchen Vaughn, Ph.D., The MayaTech Corporation
    Description: This Grantee Roundtable Discussion addesses recruitment and retention among three grantee agencies from diverse geographic locations, serving diverse populations. 
    Slides
     | Presenter Bios 

  • Performance Measurement and Evaluation
    September 15, 2015 
    Presenters: Suzanne Randolph, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer, The MayaTech Corporation
    Description: This webinar provides an overview of program measurement and evaluation, including refining program goals and objectives, developing performance measurement tools, and composing evaluation plans. 
    Slides

Social Assistance

  • SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access and Recovery (SOAR)
    October 18, 2017
    Presenters:
    Kristin Lupfer, MSW, Project Director, SAMSHA SOAR TA Center
    Description: This webinar introduces the SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access and Recovery (SOAR) program and provides an overview of the SOAR model, SOAR TA Center, SOAR Online Course, and Online Application Tracking (OAT). 
    Slides
     | Recording | Presenter Bios

  • Access and Support for Housing Resources and/or Employment
    August 9, 2016
    Presenters:
    Patricia Tucker, Senior Program Manager, Advocates for Human Potential, Inc.
    Description: This webinar discusses the range of housing types and resources available for vulnerable populations and the ways in which these settings can promote employment.
    Slides | Presenter Bios

Wellness

  • Wellness: Evidence Based Practices Supporting Comprehensive Quality of Life Improvements for PLWH with Substance Use and Mental Disorders and in Recovery, and People At-risk
    July 25, 2017
    Presenters:
    Andrew Philip, Ph.D., Deputy Director, CIHS; Nicola Walker, Project Director, Collaborate and Prevent HIV (CAP), Adult Well Being Services
    Description: This webinar provides an overview of evidence-based practices for choosing wellness programs, recognizing their impact, and evaluating their success within the HIV/AIDS population.
    Slides |
     Recording | Presenter Bios

Peers

  • Welcoming Peers: The Role of PLWH and At-Risk Peers in Education and Empowerment
    March 7, 2017
    Presenters:
    Regina Penna, Coastal Horizons Center; Juliet Fink Yates, Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers; Winner Bell, Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers
    Description: This webinar addresses the importance of peer workers and the positive impact they have on both the client level and the organizational level. It also discusses ways in which organizations can grow the professional contributions of peers and determine pathways for peer leadership roles.
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  • Peer-to-Peer Support Services in Integrated Care Settings
    May 3, 2016
    Presenters: 
    Jake Bowling, Assistant VP of Practice Improvement, National Council for Behavioral Health; Jenniffer Braddock, Addiction Research and Treatment Services, University of Colorado; Emma Maki-Gianani, Addiction Research Treatment Services, University of Colorado
    Description: This webinar discusses the value of peer support and its role in the integrated care setting. It addresses environmental readiness, keys to effective peer supervision, and solutions to challenges with peer staff.
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Medication/Treatment Adherence

  • Good Medicine: Assessing and Adapting Medication Adherence Strategies to the Needs of PLWH, People At-Risk, and Living with Mental and Substance Use Disorders
    April 18, 2017
    Presenters:
    Tom Donohoe, Director, Los Angeles Region Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center (LA PAETC); Sandra Cuevas, (LA PAETC); Nicole Proviano, Nursing Manager, Brandywine Counseling and Community Services
    Description: This webinar gives an overview of medication adherence strategies and ways to address system barriers and client concerns within the PLWH population. Attendees will be able to identify the health, social, and economic system factors impacting adherence.
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  • Behavioral Health Treatment Adherence
    April 19, 2016
    Presenters:
    John Kern, Chief Medical Officer, Regional Mental Health Center; Kamala Greene Genece, Ph.D., Deputy Director, Division of substance Abuse, Montefiore Medical Center
    Description: This webinar discusses the challenges of adherence to care and how Montefiore Medical Center addresses them. It also covers the collaborative care model and how to assess risk for non-adherence.
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Outreach and Engagement

  • Engaging Consumers/Peers in Process, Planning and Evaluation
    August 23, 2016
    Presenters:
    Patrick Hendry, VP Peer Advocacy, Supports & Services, Mental Health America
    Description:
    This webinar addresses engagement strategies for process, planning and evaluation for project and systems development.
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  • Keys to Effective Outreach Strategies for Reaching High-Risk Populations Affected by HIV and Substance Use Disorders
    May 17, 2016
    Presenters:
    Larry Villegas Perez, Professional Training and Coaching Consultant; Charles Sellers, COO, New Age Services Corporation
    Description:
    This webinar discusses in-reach and outreach strategies for high-risk populations and how they differ in diverse communities and change through the use of technology. The second presenter covers outreach to HIV and SUD patients for the New Age Services Corporation.
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  • Client Recruitment and Retention
    Apr 21, 2015 
    Presenters:
    Erin Nortrup, MSW, Senior Program Manager, Access to Care AIDS United; Freddie Smith, MPH, Program Services Coordinator, Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services
    Description: 
    This webinar highlights the Retention in Care (RiC) Initiative and the PATH Project (Promoting Access to Health), as well as challenges both have faced and wthe projects support staff retention.
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Integrating HIV Care and Behavioral Health Care

  • Co-occurring Disorders: Supporting Clients Living WIth HIV, SMI and/or SUD
    May 7, 2018

    Presenter: Carolyn Chu, MD, Msc, AAHIVS, FAAFP, Clinical Consultation Center, AIDS Education Training Center Program; Erin Lutes, MS, RN, PHN, CNS, Clinical Consultation Center, AIDS Education Training Center Program (AETC); James Gasper, PharmD, BCPP, Clinical Consultation Center, AIDS Education Training Center Program (AETC)
    Description: This webinar covers the impact of SMI and/or SUD on the treatment of HIV-specific neurologic conditions, and methods to address and mitigate these factors.
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  • Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Treatment Guidelines for the MAI-CoC
    November 28, 2017
    Presenter: 
    Jay Kostman, M.D., Medical Director, John Bell Health Center, Philadelphia FIGHT
    Description: This webinar discusses and describes the treatment guidelines and options for HCV infection among HIV infected patients. The presenter also addresses HCV health education and risk reduction for consumers with and at high risk for mental and substance use disorders.
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  • HIV & Substance Abuse Prevention Services 
    March 8, 2016
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    Presenters:
    Judith Ellis, SAMHSA; Kelly Wagner, The MayaTech Corporation; Ted N. Strader, Executive Director, COPES, Inc., Mike Graham-Squire, Neighborhood House
    Description:
    This webinar provides an overview of evidence-based substance abuse, HCV, and HIV prevention practices and addresses the organizational and programmatic adaptations required to integrate them with treatment services. 

    Supplemental Resources:
    Creating Lasting Family CJPR article, SAGE publications (12-17-12)_FINAL (Fatherhood)
    SAMSHA Newsletter_ Intersection of Treatment and Prevention Article (combined)

  • Step by Step: Strengthening Integration and Moving Along the Continuum with the Integrated Practice Assessment Tool (IPAT)
    January 19, 2016
    Presenters:
    Dalveer Kaur, Community Counseling and Mediation; Jeanette Waxmonsky, Ph.D., Jefferson Center for Mental Health; Andrea Auxier, Ph.D., New Directions Behavioral Health
    Description:
    This webinar discusses strengthening integration through the use of the Integrated Care Practice Assessment Tool (IPAT) while explaining the SAMHSA framework for levels of integrated care.
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  • Co-Occurring Disorders
    December 15, 2015 
    Presenters:
    Brie Reimann, MPA, Center for Integrated Health Solutions; Moneta Sinclair, Ed.D., Clinical Director of Addiction Services, Positive Impact Health Centers
    Description:
    This webinar covers managing co-occurring disorders in a SAMHSA CoC grant to integrate care for racial/ethnic minority populations at high risk for behavioral health disorders and high risk for or living with HIV.
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  • Integrating Hepatitis B & C Services into Behavioral Health Services
    June 16, 2015
    Presenters:
    Seth Himelhoch, Program Director, Project STIRR-IT, Dept. Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine; Kelly Wagner, Senior Technical VP for Training and Technical Support, The MayaTech Corporation
    Description:
    This webinar addresses the impact of HBV and HCV on minority populations and ways to establish integration of HIV/hepatitis services into behavioral health services, including staffing and training needs for on-site testing. The webinar also provides information on the STIRR-IT program introduced in Baltimore, MD.
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    STIRR-IT (Screening & Testing for HIV/HCV, Immunization for Hepatitis A & B, Risk Reduction Counseling linked to Co-located and Integrated HIV Treatment)
     
  • Implementing Integrated and Co-Located Behavioral Health and HIV Care
    March 31, 2015
    Presenters:
    Gretchen Chase Vaughn, MAI-CoC HIV Lead, The MayaTech Corporation; Laura Galbreath, Director, CIHS; Moneta Sinclair, Positive Impact Health Centers, Inc., Gwen Davies, Positive Impact Health Centers, Inc.
    Description:
    This webinar provides information on how to implement integrated and co-located behavioral health services and the difference between integration and collaboration. It also explains the CIHS Framework for levels of integrated health and discusses Project FUSE at Positive Impact Health Centers.
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    - Resource - Five Key Ingredients for the Integrated Care Recipe

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