Family Counseling Services (FCS) of Cortland County was awarded an Innovation Fund grant back in April of 2017. FCS proposed to provide transitional support for the Early Recognition Screening Program that annually screens the social and emotional health of more than 1,000 youth (up to 21 years old) residing within Cortland County, connecting them to [...]Read More »
Based on our Community Health Needs Assessment,the Care Compass Network has selected to work on eleven specific projects. Learn more about them here.
The upcoming in-person events in the Behavioral Health HCBS roadmap training services, ” Recovery-oriented HCBS: Challenges and Opportunities,” will now offer 2.5 Continuing Education (CE) hours for licensed social workers, CPRPs, CASACs, and CRCCs. Participants[...]
This 30-hour combined online and classroom training; originally developed by the Addiction Technology Transfer Center, will meet the 30-hour Clinical Supervision training requirement for the advanced Counselor and Master Counselor status in the OASAS Substance[...]
This workshop will provide an understanding of the concepts and foundational underpinnings of postvention. Information will be of particular interest as it relates to forming or maintaining a coordinated and comprehensive postvention response from the[...]