Provider Training Opportunities

CBH encourages and promotes provider growth and development through the use of educational training. Providers can participate in various training opportunities through the CBH Provider Training and Development (PT&D) Unit, which can be accessed through the DBHIDS Learning Management System.

PT&D offers all CBH-contracted providers virtual training on clinical processes, supervision, and specialty topics monthly and quarterly. Additionally, we work collaboratively with providers through the technical assistance process to create and implement individualized action plans to address organizational goals. If you have any training or technical assistance questions, contact CBH PT&D at

Ongoing Online Training

Quality Improvement Video Training Series

CBH has developed the Quality Improvement Video Training Series, a series of short informational videos, to provide a shared Quality Improvement language and support the use of Quality Improvement tools and methodology across our organization and within our entire network of care.

The Quality Improvement Video Training Series provides an overview of Quality Improvement, methodologies, and basic tools that can be utilized across those methodologies.

Click here to watch and learn more about the video series.

MyOMHSAS E-Learning Center

MyOMHSAS E-Learning Center

The Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) has launched MyOMHSAS, its enterprise learning management system, providing tailored training modules and resources on behavioral health topics.

Accessible to everyone, MyOMHSAS offers courses like Suicide Prevention in Care Management, Assisted Outpatient Treatment, Transgender Resources, and Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP)/System of Care (SOC). More modules, such as Anti-Ageist Practices, Cultural Humility, and Working with LGBTQ+ in the Community, are planned for the future.

To access training modules, users must register and log in using the above MyOMHSAS link. For inquiries or suggestions, contact OMHSAS at

BHTEN ASAM Education and Training Support

The Behavioral Training and Education Network (BHTEN) is pleased to provide a variety of education and training support for behavioral health providers implementing the ASAM Criteria. Supports include access to the mandatory ASAM eLearning modules, free of charge, on its website.

Reimbursement for CADC, CAAC, CRS, and CPS certifications to those working in Philadelphia area behavioral health providers through our PCB Certification Scholarship Program. Visit the BHTEN website for more information.

DDAP Training: ASAM Risk Rating

Non-Expiring Online Training

This training will provide drug and alcohol assessors and counselors with an overview of risk rating as used in the 2013 ASAM Criteria and a summary walkthrough of how to apply risk rating.

Read more here.

Improving Cultural Competency Training

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) hosts a free training opportunity on Improving Cultural Competency for Behavioral Health Professionals. Cultural and linguistic competency is recognized as an important strategy for improving the quality of care provided to clients from diverse backgrounds. These trainings are designed to help mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) professionals respond to the unique needs of the populations they serve, especially historically marginalized populations, by reviewing cultural and language competency, increasing awareness of their own cultural and biases, and learning about clients’ cultural identities and specific needs. The training consists of four courses with an estimated completion time of 4-5.5 hours. The courses include:

  1. An introduction to cultural and linguistic competency

  2. Know thyself – Increasing self-awareness.

  3. Knowing others – Increasing awareness of your client’s cultural identity.

  4. Culturally and linguistically appropriate interventions and services


Registration is required.

CBH Compliance Forums

2023 Compliance Forum, November 2023

Session I: 2023 Review | 2024 Preview

Session II: How to Catch a Fraudster

Session III: Compliance Plans

Session IV: Fraud, Waste, and Abuse

2022 Compliance Forum, November 2022

Session I: Welcome | CBH Compliance Year in Review

Session II: What to Expect with CBH Compliance Audits

Session III: Presentation from Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Medicaid Fraud Control Section

Session IV: CBH Compliance Department Hot Topics

2021 Compliance Forum, November 2021

Session I: COVID and Beyond

Session II: ASAM and Compliance

Session III: Fighting Fraud in Value-Based Payment Models

2020 Compliance Forum, November 2020

Session I: Welcome | Independent Practitioner Documentation Guidelines

Session II: RAT-STATS Updates

Session III: Compliance 102 Best Compliance Practices

Other Recorded Webinars

Distilling Solutions: Clinical Practice Guidance for Alcohol Use Disorder, February 25, 2021

Distilling Solutions: Clinical Practice Guidance for Alcohol Use Disorder

For more information on AUD, please visit our Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) And Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) page.

Using the Youth and Family Rights Guides Implementation Webinar for Providers and Staff

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