Activities

A.S.I.S.T.

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day, interactive, evidence-based workshop in suicide first aid. 14 social work CEUs available. This training is only open to OCHN staff and providers.
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Be Your Own Advocate

Learn what it means to be your own advocate, how to be an advocate, how to speak for yourself, be heard, and get what you need. Open to individuals served, family, friends, advocates, providers, and community members.
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Catching Hope

In this class, Sherri tells her Recovery Story from being a desperate hope grabber to becoming a Hope Receiver and then, a Hope Giver. She learned to say NO to Hope Stealers and ignore their Hope Stealing messages. 2 social work CEUs available.
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Cultural Competence: Humility, Empathy, & Inclusion

This training will explore the essentials of cultural competence and understanding the role bias and judgment play as barriers to making people feel included.
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Defeating Loneliness

We all need friends to talk to, pals to share activities with, and people we can depend on. This training is based on Mary Ellen Copeland’s The Loneliness Workbook
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HAVEN Training Series

HAVEN has designed a five-part custom training series for OCHN. The series covers a range of topics to support OCHN and their network partners in recognizing and responding to intimate partner violence and sexual assault.
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Implicit Bias in Healthcare

Develop skills to develop understanding of all forms of bias, enhance health equity, and apply best practices to promote awareness and labeling of bias.
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LEAP® (Listen-Empathize-Agree-Partner)

LEAP® (Listen-Empathize-Agree-Partner) is an evidence-based SAMSHA communication tool designed for those working with and caring for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. 4 social work CEUs available.
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Mental Health Training for Juvenile Justice

This training is designed for any individual who may interact with youth involved in the juvenile justice system. 8 social work CEUs available.
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Military Sexual Trauma

This training will educate you about Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and focus on the prevalence of MST in the military, as well as the physical and psychological effects impacting victims.
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Motivational Interviewing: Skill Building

A follow up to the Motivational Interview: Basics and Beyond. This is a 2-hour skill building training.
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Moving Forward (Peer Support Specialist / Peer Mentor Training)

The “Moving Forward” Peer Support Specialist / Peer Mentor Training is a 17.5 hour educational program for individuals who are receiving services and want to support others in achieving their personal goals.
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New Hire Rights Training - In-Person

The New Hire Rights training is required for contracted providers and employees (not SUD) within the first 30 days of employment per Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) policy. Any questions call 248-858-1795.
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New Hire Rights Training - Virtual Webinar

The New Hire Rights training is required for contracted providers and employees (not including SUD providers) within the first 30 days of employment per Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) policy. Any questions call 248-858-1795.
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Power of Positive Thinking

Learn to identify negative thoughts that are impacting your life and take action to improve and enhance your thought patterns. 2 Social Work CEUs
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safeTALK

Three (3) social work CEUs safeTALK is a half-day training program that teaches participants to recognize and engage persons who might be having thoughts of suicide and to connect them with community resources trained in suicide intervention.
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Supported Decision Making

Join us for a monthly training series, in partnership with the Developmental Disabilities Council, on various tools that can be used for Supported Decision Making. This training series is for persons served, families and professional staff.
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Understanding ACEs: Adverse Childhood Experiences

This training will discuss what Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are, how they impact people and communities, resiliency, and how to implement self-care strategies as you support yourself and others. Two (2) Social Work CEUs
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Veterans 101: The Silent Warriors

Join us to discuss challenges faced by many Veterans, specifically Military Sexual Trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Moral Injury. Resources and help to connect Veterans and their family members will also be shared.
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Worry Less with WRAP

Everybody worries from time to time. There is a problem though if worry is taking up too much of your time and energy. The good news is that you can learn to reduce your anxiety and deal with worry more effectively.
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Youth Mental Health First Aid

Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental health and substance use challenges among children and adolescents ages 12-18.
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