$40 webinar and FREE CEUs to ACRC Members
$60 for Non-Members & $25 NASW CEUs
3 hours of NASW CEUs offered for this event!
The Impact of Systemic Racism on Foster Youth
February 19th - 11am-2pm CST
This training explore structural racism and oppression. Participants will learn how structural racism exists within the child welfare system, the healthcare system and educational system. The training will end with strategies to address these issues within our organizations.
-Nicole Klasey, Psy.D.; Licensed Independent Psychologist
-Nola Brantley, CEO; Nola Brantley Speaks
February 24, 2021This event will run for 24 hours CST, allowing LIVE engagement around the world and around the clock
Presenters: Bruce D. Perry & Stuart Ablon
Dr. Bruce D. Perry from The Neurosequential Network and Dr. Stuart Ablon from Think:Kids at Massachusetts General Hospital will come together to make complicated neurodevelopmental concepts accessible and provide direct care staff with a practical, evidence-based process for trauma-informed intervention. Specifically, Dr. Perry and Dr. Ablon will teach how their respective models, The Neurosequential Model (NM) and Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS), can be integrated to understand and address the impact of trauma.
$110 Individual Registration/ACRC Member
$150 Individual Registration/Non-Member
$75 for Students
$800 Entire Organization Registration/ACRC Member Agency*
$950 Entire Organization Registration/Non-Member Agency*
*Allows access by all staff of the organization for real time event and 30 days of full content access
FREE Webinar & CEU Certificates to ACRC Members
$50 for Non-Members/$25 CEU Certificates
IMPOWER Telehealth: The New Connection
March 4th - 11am- 1pm CST
In this session you will hear from leadership that have been instrumental in taking their behavioral health agency to the next level of providing telehealth services for the treatment of mental health and psychiatric diagnoses. Building on the success of our initial telehealth pilot in 2013, we have partnered with many insurance companies, hospitals, residential facilities, Community-based Care and Managing entities to increase access to psychiatric and mental health treatment provided to members at the sight in which they live or congregate. Through telehealth, traditional barriers to treatment (e.g. transportation, missing work/school, stigma, geography, logistics) are eliminated and previously underserved populations receive needed treatment in a timely manner. Through the use of a secure and HIPPA compliant, web-based telehealth platform, the telehealth program is able to give members in even the most remote and provider-impoverished areas the ability to receive timely specialized treatment from highly qualified and experienced Psychiatrists, Psychiatric Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners, Psychiatric Physician Assistants, Registered Nurses and Licensed Mental Health Therapists. Members of all ages, gender social-economic status, and cultural backgrounds are afforded the opportunity to connect directly with their practitioners from their designated spoke site, remote location, or the privacy of their own homes while receiving the same individualized care and treatment as they would in an in-person setting.
-Amy Blakely, MBA, VP of Behavioral health at IMPOWER
- Laura Higginbotham, Director of New Business Development at IMPOWER
ACRC’s Initiative to Create a Shared Vision for Racial Equity within Child Serving Systems and Organizations
“Turning the Mirror Inward”
10am-3pm pm CST
648 N. Plankinton Ave, Suite 425 Milwaukee, WI 53203