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SAMHSA Webinar: Fostering Partnerships and Collaborations across the SIM
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SAMHSA Webinar: Fostering Partnerships and Collaborations across the SIM

4/30/2020
When: April 30, 2020
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Where: United States

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New Webinar: Fostering Partnerships and Collaborations across the Sequential Intercept Model (SIM)


 

New Webinar: Fostering Partnerships and Collaborationsacross the Sequential Intercept Model(SIM)

April 30, 2020,2:30-4:00 p.m. ET

Partnerships and collaboration are considered essential ingredients in establishing aneffective continuum of services acrossthe Sequential Intercept Model.SAMHSA’s GAINS Centerpresents a virtualroundtablediscussion withpractitioners who have established effective partnerships and collaborationacross the interceptsto increase services for justice-involved individuals with mental and substance use disorders. Presenters will share the perspectivesand strategies that have been critical to their success. Guidance on practical applicationwill be explored throughdiscussions oftheseinnovative and replicableexamples, which illustrate cross-sector partnerships between criminal justice agencies and behavioral health that foster information-sharing, enhanced buy-in from law enforcement to diversion services, effectively serving individuals with substance use disorders inside correctional settings, improving services for individuals experiencing homelessness, and enhancing community corrections.

Objectives:

  • Understandthecritical aspects of partnership and collaboration that should be adopted to improve the provision and quality of services for justice-involved individuals with mental and substance use disorders.
  • Come away with a list of ways to enhance partnerships and collaboration across the Sequential Intercept Model.
  • Learnhow partnerships and collaboration have fosteredimprovements in information-sharing, access to services, and engagement in treatment.

 




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