NJAMHAA

Build Up Your Outreach Toolkit at the Case Management Conference on September 10th 

NJAMHAA and the statewide Integrated Case Management Services (ICMS) Leadership Committee worked together to develop a dynamic and comprehensive case management conference, What To Do When...A Toolkit for Outreach Workers, which will be held on September 10, 2015 at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ.
 
This conference is tailored to meet the needs of all community based case management programs, such as ICMS, Involuntary Outpatient Commitment (IOC), Justice Involved Services (JIS), Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH), Residential Intensive Support Team (RIST) and Supportive Housing. The purpose of this conference is to support and enhance communication among case managers to promote the general advancement of best practices and service delivery, and to promote a shared commitment to individuals with psychiatric issues in need of or utilizing case management services.
 
This year’s conference will feature:
•    Keynote Presentation: The Power of Presence, Robin Coley, Self-Help Specialist, Peer Liaison, ICMS, Mental Health Association of Morris County
•    Workshops:
o    Crisis Intervention Team (CIT): Collaborating to Provide Better Service
o    Involuntary Outpatient Commitment and how it Helps with All Case Management Aspect
o    The Science of Compassionate Care
o    What it Takes to Bring HOPE to Consumers
o    What it Takes to Bring HOPE to Consumers
o    Life after Incarceration
•    Closing Plenary: Safety Awareness and Self Preservation on the Job for Healthcare Professionals, Sergeant Christopher Hill, McNamara & Associates, Inc.

Click here for all program details and here to register.
 
 
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