Training Opportunities

Mental Health

Below are links to training websites and information provided to mental health providers supported by Behavioral Health Services:

Substance Use Disorder

KCPC Technical Training

A Professional’s Guide to Practicing Addiction Prevention, Treatment and Recovery in Kansas

This course was developed for the state of Kansas by Mid-America ATTC, in partnership with Kansas content specialists from the Johnson County Mental Health Center, the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services, Heartland Regional Alcohol and Drug Assessment Center, Pawnee Mental Health Services, Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc., and COMCARE of Sedgwick County.

Description of the course:

This is a self-paced, 5-hour online course that is designed for Kansas behavioral health/addiction clinicians, recovery specialists, and organizations wanting to know more about topics essential to Kansas Substance Use Disorder (SUD) practice and clinical care.

5 Hours Continuing Education Credit Available

NAADAC CEUs are available

Find course information here

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http://healtheknowledge.org/course/index.php?categoryid=52

Problem Gambling

To learn more about Problem Gambling trainings, please contact the Problem Gambling Coordinator.

Seasoned Adults Gambling Experience (SAGE): Pastime or Problem?

This training is intended to increase awareness about the magnitude and seriousness of problem gambling among older adults. The training includes slides, video, group activities and case reviews.

Problem Gambling: The Urgent Challenge

This is a one-day curriculum designed to address problem gambling and equip participants to provide gambling presentations in their communities.

Youth Gambling: Recreation with Risk

This training is intended to increase awareness of the magnitude and seriousness of problem gambling among youth. The training includes slides, video, group activities and case reviews.