Case Management Training Series
The Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care Technical Assistance Center (UBHC-TAC) offers an annual series of trainings geared toward enhancing the core competencies of case management and community outreach workers in New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) funded programs. Outreach workers eligible to attend these trainings include those working with Integrated Case Management Services (ICMS), the PATH program, Justice Involved Services (JIS), Involuntary Outpatient Commitment (OIC), and the Early Intervention Support Services (EISS) program. Developed in alliance with a variety of community stakeholders, this series focusses on enriching the fundamental skills of case management staff by addressing topics which include engagement, assessment, enhancing motivation, suicidality, working with families, documentation, legal issues, and substance abuse. Case managers who attend each of the offered modules will receive a certificate of completion for the series. This project also includes annual trainings on the topic of violence prevention which is open to DMHAS funded outreach services in general. For additional information, please feel free to contact us at (732) 235-9290 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “CMS Project” in the subject line of your email.
Training Flyers for Fiscal Year 2016 (July 2016 to June 2017).
Module 1: September 2016 - Person Centered Strategies for Successful Engagement
Module 2: October 2016 - Motivational Strategies in Case Management
Module 3: November 2016 - Addictive Behavior and Substance Use
Module 4: December 2016 - Case Managers and Suicide Assessment
Module 5: January 2017 - Violence Prevention and Safety
Module 6: February 2017 - Case Management in the Criminal Justice System
Bonus Module: March 2017 - Stress Management and Self-Care for Case Managers
Module 7: April 2017 - Ethical & Legal Issues in Case Management
Module 8: May 2017 - Working with Families and Other Supports (Announcement Coming)
We gratefully acknowledge the sponsorship and support of the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services for this project.