CPSs in Crisis Services Training in Scranton
April 17 - April 19Free
This training is specifically designed to prepare CPSs to work in crisis services (telephone, mobile, walk-in, and residential). Topics covered include the Mental Health Procedures Act, roles and responsibilities of a CPS in crisis services, de-escalation, and suicide assessment and prevention.
Who: Pennsylvania Peer Support Coalition
When: April 17 – 19
Where: Lackawanna County Center for Public Safety (Jessup 911 Center), 30 Valley View Drive, Jessup, PA 18434
Registration: Scranton CPSs in Crisis Services Registration
This free training is made possible through a federal Transformation Transfer Initiative grant and the Pennsylvania Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.