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Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training - January 27-28, 2022

2022-01-27T05:00:00Z 2022-01-28T05:00:00Z Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training - January 27-28, 2022

Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training

January 27th - 28th, 2022
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Hosted by Pines Behavioral Health

Training Location:

200 Vista Dr.
Coldwater, MI 49036

Program Overview:

Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training is a behavioral health training initiative to equip emergency responders with the tools they need to effectively recognize, respond, and mitigate a Behavioral Health Emergency. The Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training consists of three linked training segments, Pre-Course Online Training, Classroom Instruction and Scenario Based Training.

The Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training was developed in collaboration with MCOLES and MDHHS as well as subject matter experts in law enforcement, Mental Health, EMS and Mental Health Advocacy. The material in this course is based, in-part, on training material from two previous State-funded trainings, MI-CIS and Managing Mental Health Crisis (MMHC). In addition, Michigan Law, MCOLES standards, academic research, and recognized best practices have been utilized and referenced in this training.

Managing Mental Health Crisis is:

  • Designed specifically for Michigan first responders and crisis teams
  • Funded through the State of Michigan's Diversion Council
  • Endorsed by the State of Michigan's Diversion Council
  • MCOLES approved and meets with MCOLES recommended annual officer trainings

Presenters: Det. Bruce Morningstar has been a police officer in Michigan for the last 25 years. Bruce is an active representative of the Muskegon County Diversion Council and was part of the team that developed Muskegon's Crisis Intervention Team program.

Lisa Gentz (Master Trainer) is a mental health professional and licensed clinical social worker with a Master's Degree in Clinical/Medical Social Work from the University of Michigan.

Class Registration Cost: FREE (Registration for this participant course is covered by funds made available by MCOLES.)

Registration: To register, please contact jericwaddell@thecardinalgroup2.com.

Registration is limited to 24 seats. 

For additional information on the content of training, please contact J. Eric Waddell at jericwaddell@thecardinalgroup2.com

200 Vista Dr., Coldwater, MI 49036
Location
200 Vista Dr., Coldwater, MI 49036
Event Date

January 27, 2022 12:00 AM

January 28, 2022 12:00 AM

Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training

January 27th - 28th, 2022
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Hosted by Pines Behavioral Health

Training Location:

200 Vista Dr.
Coldwater, MI 49036

Program Overview:

Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training is a behavioral health training initiative to equip emergency responders with the tools they need to effectively recognize, respond, and mitigate a Behavioral Health Emergency. The Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training consists of three linked training segments, Pre-Course Online Training, Classroom Instruction and Scenario Based Training.

The Behavioral Health Emergency Partnership Training was developed in collaboration with MCOLES and MDHHS as well as subject matter experts in law enforcement, Mental Health, EMS and Mental Health Advocacy. The material in this course is based, in-part, on training material from two previous State-funded trainings, MI-CIS and Managing Mental Health Crisis (MMHC). In addition, Michigan Law, MCOLES standards, academic research, and recognized best practices have been utilized and referenced in this training.

Managing Mental Health Crisis is:

  • Designed specifically for Michigan first responders and crisis teams
  • Funded through the State of Michigan's Diversion Council
  • Endorsed by the State of Michigan's Diversion Council
  • MCOLES approved and meets with MCOLES recommended annual officer trainings

Presenters: Det. Bruce Morningstar has been a police officer in Michigan for the last 25 years. Bruce is an active representative of the Muskegon County Diversion Council and was part of the team that developed Muskegon's Crisis Intervention Team program.

Lisa Gentz (Master Trainer) is a mental health professional and licensed clinical social worker with a Master's Degree in Clinical/Medical Social Work from the University of Michigan.

Class Registration Cost: FREE (Registration for this participant course is covered by funds made available by MCOLES.)

Registration: To register, please contact jericwaddell@thecardinalgroup2.com.

Registration is limited to 24 seats. 

For additional information on the content of training, please contact J. Eric Waddell at jericwaddell@thecardinalgroup2.com