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Solicitation for Applications: SAMHSA’S GAINS Center Seeks Experienced Trainers to Participate in Trauma-Informed Responses Train-the-Trainer (TTT) Event for Individuals
SAMHSA's GAINS Center for Behavioral Health and Justice Transformation, operated by Policy Research Associates, Inc. (PRA), is known nationally for its work regarding people with behavioral health needs involved in the criminal justice system. Each year, the GAINS Center provides its trauma-informed responses training, How Being Trauma-Informed Improves Criminal Justice System Responses, to the field via direct deliveries and Train-the-Trainer (TTT) events. The target audiences for the training program are primarily community-based criminal justice system professionals, including law enforcement, community corrections (probation, parole, and pre-trial services), court personnel, as well as human service providers that serve adult justice-involved populations.
To find out more about the How Being Trauma-Informed Improves Criminal Justice System Responses training program, please visit the GAINS Center website.
The GAINS Center is now soliciting applications from experienced trainers (individuals) who are interested in developing their capacity to provide trauma-informed training in their local agencies/communities via the GAINS Center's How Being Trauma-Informed Improves Criminal Justice System Responses training program. Selected applicants will learn to facilitate the training via a centralized TTT event and subsequently deliver the training program in their local communities across the country. While not a requirement to apply for this opportunity, this year's training events will place a special emphasis during the selection process on applicants who provide training to drug courts and/or reentry programs.
The GAINS Center is offering this event to experienced trainers who successfully complete the application process at no cost to the participant. While participants must cover their own travel expenses, there are no fees for registration, tuition, materials, or follow-up technical assistance and support associated with the event. If this TTT event for individuals is of interest to you, please review the solicitation and submit your completed application form to the GAINS Center no later than February 21, 2020.
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to become the local "expert" in this training program for your agency or community!
There are three TTT events, scheduled for June 10-11, July 22-23, and August 12-13, 2020, at the Sage Colleges in Albany, New York, so please note the dates before applying. You will be expected to attend one of these full 2-day trainings.
Apply at https://www.prainc.com/solicitation-for-applications-samhsas-gains-center-seeks-experienced-trainers-to-participate-in-trauma-informed-responses-train-the-trainer-ttt-event-for-individuals/?utm_source=individualTTT2020&utm_medium=internal&utm_campaign=email.
(Please note that the start date [January 17, 2020] and end date [February 21, 2020] associated with this posting on the COAP Resource Center refer to the dates that the solicitation is open.)
SAMHSA’s GAINS Center is proud to present this webinar to support the use of screening and assessment across the Sequential Intercept Model.
This webinar will walk participants through various real-life scenarios to learn how to apply screening and assessments at various points across the intercepts. Guidance will be provided on how to use the valuable data gathered to best support individuals with behavioral health disorders who are interfacing with the criminal justice system, as well as how to improve the effectiveness of local criminal justice and behavioral health systems.
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