Care Transitions: Best Practices, Innovation, and Community-based Connections

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Care Transitions: Best Practices, Innovation, and Community-based Connections will review the key concepts in the recently released report from the National Action Alliance, Best Practices in Care Transitions for Individuals with Suicide Risk: Inpatient Care to Outpatient Care.

Presenters will discuss the powerful role of collaboration among the patient/client, clinicians, family members, and natural supports in recovery and resiliency. Join us in examining practical examples of innovative strategies to build a ZERO GAP in care transitions for those with identified suicide risk.

Presenters

Zero Suicide Pathway to Care: Addressing the Challenges of Systems Engagement

Zero Suicide Pathway to Care: Addressing the Challenges of Systems Engagement

In this workshop, there will be a discussion on those practices and methodology and ways to overcome obstacles.
Xusana Davis, Esq.

Xusana Davis, Esq.

Xusana Davis works to identify and address systemic racial disparities and support the state’s efforts to expand & diversify Vermont’s population.
Widening the Lens: Social Justice and Racial Equity in Suicide Prevention

Widening the Lens: Social Justice and Racial Equity in Suicide Prevention

In order to begin to address the disparity in efforts around suicide prevention, we need to widen our lens to include a perspective of social justice and racial equity.

VPQHC/CAMS FOUNDATIONAL ONLINE TRAINING

CAMS is an evidence-based therapeutic framework, internationally recognized as a top-tier suicide-specific assessment and treatment intervention.
Victor Armstrong, MSW

Victor Armstrong, MSW

Victor Armstrong joined North Carolina DHHS as Director of the NC Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, Substance Abuse Services in March of 2020

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