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NC Department of Health and Human Services Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services
 
 

Elements of Six-hour MH/SA Training on Recovery/Person-Centered Thinking

(Intensive In-Home (IIH), Community Support Team (CST), Day Treatment and Mental Health/Substance Abuse (MH/SA) Targeted Case Management (TCM) service definitions)

  • Option B:
    Completion of the original 6 hour Person-Centered Thinking training requirement and the additional 6 hour MH/SA Person-Centered Thinking/Recovery training.  Required elements may be found on this page.  In addition, it is the Division’s intention to develop a Person-Centered Thinking/Recovery curriculum and make it available as an option alternative for use by providers.

These training options will apply to new and existing staff who are required to complete this 12 hour training requirement.  The timeframe for completing the trainings are not affected by this policy change.  Either of these 12 hour PC Thinking trainings will be portable when an employee changes jobs any time after completing the requirement as long as there is documentation of such training in the new employer’s personnel records.

SA and MH Overview/ Elements/Resources
(Complete Print Version)
Note: child mental health and adolescent substance abuse resources have been added.
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Optional Course Satisfies 6-Hour Requirements:
Recovery/Resilience, System of Care and Person-Centeredness in Services for Youth and Their Families:
Administrative Guide | Participant Readings | Supplemental Readings | Quiz

Mental Health

The 10 Fundamental Components of Mental Health Recovery

Substance Abuse

Recovery Elements (handouts)

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