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Critical Time Intervention

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Amos House

460 Pine Street

Providence, Rhode Island 02907

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Critical Time Intervention (CTI) is a time-limited evidence-based practice that mobilizes support for society’s most vulnerable individuals during periods of transition. It facilitates community integration and continuity of care by ensuring that a person has enduring ties to their community and support systems during these critical periods. CTI has been applied with veterans, people with mental illness, people who have been homeless or in prison, and many other groups.

Coffee and light refreshments will be served. A certificate of completion will be provided to all participants that complete the session. The certificate can be used to apply for CEUs for various disciples such as social work, peer certification and more.

Trainer: Bill Stein of House of Hope CDC.

Bill Stein, LICSW has nearly 20 years of experience in human services, including psychotherapy and differential diagnosis, clinical supervision and training, program development and oversight, and non-profit leadership and administration. Bill is currently the Clinical Director of Operations for House of Hope Community Development Corporation, where he oversees major programming including shelter programs, permanent supportive housing, and federally-funded housing and homeless outreach programs. He developed and oversees a 6-week Peer-Mentor training and internship program for homeless and formerly homeless individuals. Bill earned his B.A. in Sociology from the University of Rhode Island and a Master of Social Work from Rhode Island College and is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker through the RI Department of Health. He has developed curricula and facilitated trainings for homeless service providers on the topics of Trauma-Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, and Critical Time Intervention and was a founding member of the RI Coalition Against Domestic Violence Ten Men Project, which created a curriculum for outreach and engagement designed to change male perspectives regarding violence against women. He is a Senior Level Certified Instructor through the Crisis Prevention Institute in Nonviolence Crisis Prevention and Trauma-Informed Care Implications for Crisis Prevention Institute’s Crisis Development Model. Bill is also a Certified Instructor in Mental Health First Aid USA through the National Council for Behavioral Health and is has been trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) through Trauma Recovery/HAP.

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