Broome County Emergency Services has launched a new initiative, the Mental Health Diversion program. The first of its kind in the state of New York, this program is meant to create a connection between 911 dispatchers and mental health counselors. “One out of every ten  calls are a mental health call in Broome County,” [...]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.
In our one hour webinar you will: • Understand the negative impact of tobacco use during pregnancy and post-partum. • Learn Evidence-Based strategies to promote tobacco cessation. • Share best practices utilized for positive tobacco[...]
This symposium will consist of a plenary address and panel discussions which aims to introduce the diverse roles that comprise the integrated delivery team involved in Palliative Care and End-of-Life Care. We will discuss disparities[...]
Risky substance use is a health issue and often goes undetected. SBIRT is an evidence-based approach to identifying patients who use alcohol and other drugs at risky levels with the goal of reducing and preventing[...]
Do you care for children and adolescents who have mild-to-moderate mental health concerns? Project TEACH can help you care for kids in your practice! In collaboration with Project TEACH, Care Compass Network will be hosting[...]
Presenters: Kathryn DeLaney, LCAT, and Lorie White, LCAT 9:00am-11:00am (2.0 contact hours) **PLEASE NOTE – THIS COFFEE & CE TRAINING IS HELD AT FAMILY SERVICE SOCIETY, INC.’S CORNING OFFICE LOCATION (280 PRINCETON AVE. EXT.) $35/person[...]