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Dear System of Care Colleague:
This communication is being sent on behalf of the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Child, Adolescent and Family Branch (CAFB). There are three important updates about Technical Assistance (TA) resources, grantee contract requirements and the new TA Center awardee, the TA Network.
As part of the final contract deliverables for the TA Partnership, AIR is pleased to announce several new resources that are now posted on the Summer of Learning (SoL) website. Next week you will receive another notice on availability of other documents and materials. The new SoL postings are:
NEW Self-Paced Modules
A Guide to Collaboration in Complex Systems (Self-Paced – 60 to 90 min).
Introduction to CLC Applied (Self-Paced – 60 to 90 min).
Affordable Care Act: What Families and Family-Run Organizations Need to Know (Self-Paced – 60 to 90 min).
NEW Virtual Presentations
Seclusion and Restraint Prevention Tools: Sensory Modulation Approaches (Building Bridges Initiative) (Self-Paced – 20 to 40 min).
The Open Table Model: From Poverty to Wholeness (Self-Paced – 20 to 40 min).
Mental Health Interpreting (Self-Paced – 20 to 40 min).
Working with Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Children and Families (Self-Paced – 20 to 40 min).
Affordable Care Act and Workforce Development (Self-Paced – 20 to 40 min).
NEW Archived One Minute Wonders
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