Prolonged Exposure Therapy Training for Providers who Treat Veterans

The PTSD Consultation Program at the National Center for PTSD is providing FREE TRAINING AND CONSULTATION IN PROLONGED EXPOSURE THERAPY FOR PTSD in northern New England.  Weekly follow-up phone consultation will also be available at no charge to eligible providers.  Materials and continuing education credits will be provided.

A Save-the-Date flyer is attached and available for you to distribute electronically or to print and post on a staff bulletin board.

WHEN:  February 7-9, 2019

WHERE:  White River Junction, Vermont

WHO:  Licensed mental health providers who regularly treat Veterans can apply

Prolonged Exposure therapy is one of the most studied and most effective treatments for PTSD and is one of the most highly recommended therapies in the VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for PTSD.  Learn more by reviewing the attached Facts about Prolonged Exposure (PE) Therapy.  We are eager to help make this evidence-based treatment for PTSD more available to veterans who seek care outside of a VA facility.

ASK A QUESTION or REQUEST APPLICATION INFORMATIONvog.a1548033185v@tlu1548033185snocD1548033185STP1548033185 or 866-948-7880.

PLEASE NOTE that the services of the PTSD Consultation Program are always available to any provider treating veterans, regardless of participation in these trainings. Learn more at www.ptsd.va.gov/consult.  

Please share this email message broadly.

Todd McKee, Program Manager

National Center for PTSD

White River Junction, VT  05009

 866-948-7880 or vog.a1548033185v@tlu1548033185snocD1548033185STP1548033185

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Reminder: MCOC 12-20-18

This is a reminder that the Maine Continuum of Care will be meeting on Thursday, December 20th, 2018. Please see the Agenda for details, including Video Conferencing locations and a call in number for those not able to attend at one of these locations.

Please Note: the Portland Public Library location will not be available for this meeting! The Portland location for this month will be Community Housing of Maine (CHOM), One City Center, 4th Floor.

MCOC-Agenda-12-20-18

DRAFT 11-15-18 MCOC Minutes

State and Federal Legislation Update 12.5.18

2019 Meeting Dates for SHC, MCOC, BOD & RHCs

 

Invitation from HUD – CE TA Community of Practice 11-15-18

MCoC Resource Committee 2019 Trainings Survey

As Maine’s Continuum of Care’s Resource Committee looks toward 2019, we were looking for input from the community on what you would like to see for trainings.  In 2018, we had Fair Housing, Educational Rights and Protections for Children and Youth under McKinney/Vento , BRAP and Shelter Plus Care Rental Subsidies, and Social Security Disability Claims and Finding Success through SOAR.
Two trainings that we are looking to provide next year will be on the “Equal Access to Housing in HUD Programs Regardless of Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity” rule and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act.

Please let us know the top four trainings you would like the Maine Continuum of Care to provide in 2019 which would benefit your clients and/or staff.

Click on link below to submit your choices.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VTN5KWV

Thanks,

Norm Maze