Meeting the Behavioral Health Needs of Sexual Minorities Part 2

Organization(s): Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network

Jun 26, 2019
12:00pm – 1:30pm (1 hour, 30 minutes)
Time Zone: Eastern

Participants will become familiar with the unique needs facing individuals who identify as a sexual minority; enhance awareness of increased rates of mental health symptoms, substance use, and suicidality within this population; and explore effective services for sexual minority individuals. A sexual minority is an individual who identifies with a sexual identity other than heterosexuality.

Target Audience: This training is appropriate for behavioral health direct service providers, supervisors, and administrators including positions such as case managers, residential counselors, mental health counselors/clinicians, peer providers, ICMS/(P)ACT team members, supported employment and supported education coaches, vocational rehabilitation specialists, and team leaders.

Location: Online
Price: Free
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