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The Phoenix Area Indian Health Services in partnership with ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy are conducting the 15th Annual Phoenix Area Integrated Behavioral Health Conference - Building Healthy & Safe Communities being held on May 15-17, 2018 in Phoenix, AZ. This annual conference is free for anyone working for Indian Health Services (IHS), individuals and agencies working with IHS, tribes, and all urban programs including prevention, behavioral health and primary care, crisis services, child welfare, law enforcement, community corrections and also their partners serving Native Americans
The Phoenix Area Indian Health Services in partnership with ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy are conducting the 14th Annual Phoenix Area Integrated Behavioral Health Conference - Strength from Within: Honoring Behavioral Health Professional Development being held on July 27-29, 2017 in Phoenix, AZ. This annual conference is free for anyone working for Indian Health Services (IHS), individuals and agencies working with IHS, tribes, and all urban programs including prevention, behavioral health and primary care, crisis services, child welfare, law enforcement, community corrections and also their partners serving Native Americans
ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy and Mental Health America of Arizona (MHA AZ) hosted this year’s conference, B4STAGE4: Starting the Conversation, on May 20–21 at the Salvation Army's Phoenix Citadel Corps during National Mental Health Awareness Month. The conference included over 20 breakout sessions on topics such as: prevention and early intervention; family and self-advocacy to navigate the system; enhancing system collaboration and support; and stigma reduction.
The annual Arizona Problem Solving Courts Conferences bring together more than 350 professionals from all segments of the problem-solving courts arena, including judges, attorneys, probation and parole officers, law enforcement, social workers, and other community members.
This event held March 10, 2015, offered information from the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission on ensuring fair opportunities for those with criminal convictions and disabilities. The training was held in partnership with the Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness.
This event held October 30, 2015, featured nationally recognized speakers in the field of pain management. The event was supported by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
This event held February 27, 2015, focused on Medication-Assisted Therapies for addiction disorders.
The Intersection of Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice. Wednesday, October 1, 2014, ASU West campus in Glendale, AZ.
The MAT Symposium was held in Tucson on August 6 and in Phoenix on August 7. These symposiums provided an overview of medication-assisted therapy (MAT).
CABHP, in partnership with Marc Community Resources, the Arizona Foundation for Behavioral Health, and Partners in Recovery, offered this training workshop featuring housing expert Dr. Sam Tsemberis, founder and CEO of Pathways to Housing on June 18, 2014 at ASU Downtown Campus.
The Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy is proud to host experienced researchers and expert presenters for frequent colloquia on Medical Marijuana.
"Trauma-Informed Care: Next Steps" was presented by Raul Almazar and William Kellibrew of SAMHSA's National Center for Trauma Informed Care and Promoting Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraints Use through Trauma Informed Practices on August 26, 2013.
Trauma-Informed Care: A Change in Perspective
On June 8, Visions of Hope Arizona, in partnership with CABHP, hosted Strengthening Families: New Solutions for Supporting Our Loved Ones, a conference for the families of those affected by mental illness.
In partnership with Pacific Southwest ATTC and Arizona Department of Education, October 16-17, 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona.
On December 14, 2012, special guest, Dr. King Davis, Ph.D., spoke at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus on social determinants of health - conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age. These conditions are mostly responsible for health inequities and avoidable differences in health status.
Donald I. Abrams, M.D. of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, presented "Cannabis: Is It Medicine Yet?" to community members and Arizona State University and University of Arizona staff, students and faculty on November 30, 2012.
This one-day conference addresses the needs of the mental health reentry population through educational sessions, breakouts, and panel discussions for professionals responsible for ensuring the successful reentry of these individuals into society.
Arizona Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (AzAADAC) Annual Conference, ASU Downtown Phoenix campus, Friday, October 21, 2011.
The Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness (AzCEH), in partnership with the Arizona Department of Education and Pacific Southwest ATTC, is proud to host an annual statewide conference on homelessness, October 17-18, 2011.
De Miranda, J., Nelson, L. (2008, December 1-2). Creating a Recovery-Oriented System of Care: Shifting the Paradigm. Presentation at Arizona State University, Tempe AZ.
Two-day event on January 8-9, 2008, focuses on prevention and addressing disparities.
10th Annual Phoenix Area Integrated Behavioral Health Training.
Powerpoint presentation from 11/18 Cultural Competence Training. Training provided by Evangeline Mwangi, a Faculty Associate (PRN) at the ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy. A Licensed Professional Counselor with Arizona Board of Behavioral Health, a doctoral student in Public Health, and currently holds a clinical supervisory position with a community-based behavioral health organization in Phoenix, Arizona.
This is a link to the PowerPoint presentation from the 11/18/2014 training with Evangeline Mwangi. Evangeline is a Faculty Associate (PRN) at the ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Arizona Board of Behavioral Health, a doctoral student in Public Health, and currently holds a clinical supervisory position with a community-based behavioral health organization in Phoenix, Arizona.