For CBH’s full webpage of COVID-19 information and resources, click here.

 

DDAP ASAM Webinars

The Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) is continuing its work of aligning service delivery with The ASAM Criteria, 2013. This year, DDAP will host a series of live webinars that will describe updated expectations for services at each Level of Care (LoC). During this process, stakeholders will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide comment via email which will be answered at a later date.

To view a webinar schedule along with information on how to attend and submit questions, click here. All other information and materials will be posted on the dedicated ASAM portion of DDAP’s website.

You can submit questions on this process to RA-DAASAM@pa.gov.

DBHIDS Seeking Individuals with Lived Experience for COVID-19 Response

DBHIDS needs individuals with various lived experiences to assist with their efforts in response to COVID-19. They are looking for those with lived experiences including, but not limited to, mental health, substance use challenges, homelessness, and COVID-19 recovery.

Participants will receive a monetary stipend consistent with the level of expertise needed for the identified project. Individuals who hold peer certifications are strongly encouraged to participate. Opportunities to participate will include remote engagement (i.e. telephonic support) as well as in-person activities.

Individuals interested in participating should contact Renee Frink-Boyd at renee.frink-boyd@phila.gov or at 215-964-3901.

Clinical Workshop: Supporting Autistic People Experiencing Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors

Wednesday, June 3, 2020
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Evidence-Based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC) is offering a workshop focusing on practical strategies for addressing suicide risk in adolescents and adults on the autism spectrum. Topics will include a crisis support toolkit; strategies for the assessment, prevention, and treatment of suicidal thoughts and behavior in people on the autism spectrum; and everyday coping strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To read more and register, click here.