What is mental health versus mental illness?
What are signs of potential mental illness?
How can you approach the topic of mental health with families?
Where can you refer families for mental health resources and services?
For answers to these questions and more, please sign up for this training. Materials and continental breakfast are included. This is one of the core trainings in the SFFSN Case Management Passbook Program.
Who Should Participate?
Direct service providers who work with parents, children, and youth.
- Learn the difference between mental health and mental illness
- Learn to identify signs of potential mental illness
- Learn ways to approach the topic of mental health with families
- Learn where to connect families with mental health services and resources
Niki Berkowitz, Edgewood Center for Children and Families
About the Case Management Passbook Program
A series of 11 trainings (9 core, 2 elective) covering the fundamental principles, practices, and issues for case management excellence, including high risk situations, domestic/sexual violence, child abuse, disabilities, home visitation, mental health, and staff self care. Individuals who successfully complete the full series will receive a Certificate of Completion. For more information about the Case Management Passbook Program, please see http://sffsn.org/training/
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1. If you cancel more than 5 days before the training, you will be refunded your registration fee less a $15 cancellation fee.
2. If you cancel 0-5 days before the training date, no refund will be given.
3. SFFSN reserves the right to cancel this training two days prior if minimum registration is not met.
When & Where
San Francisco Family Support Network
Founded in 2004, the San Francisco Family Support Network is a unique partnership of the stakeholders in the Family Support field: families, community-based organizations, public departments, and private foundations. SFFSN's mission is to work collectively to achieve quality programs, coordination of resources, and policies that support all San Francisco families. For more information, visit our website at www.sffsn.org.