Through a contract with the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions (CIBHS) is leading a statewide project, directed by legislation, to engage counties, providers, and stakeholders in an effort to establish consensus, and train to, California statewide clinical assessment guidelines for involuntary detainment (in various settings) that are person-centered, family driven/inclusive, culturally responsive and recovery oriented to improve the consumer experience.
CIBHS provides Crisis Intervention Training. Crisis Intervention Team CIT programs throughout the United States and in other nations worldwide promote and support collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interactions among law enforcement, mental health care providers, individuals with mental illness, their families and communities and also to reduce the stigma of mental illness.
A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR LEADERS OF PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER SYSTEMS “Ensuring Excellence While Leading Through Change”
THE SPRING 2019 CIBHS LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE are limited to a maximum of 30 current leaders in public mental health/behavioral health and substance use disorder services. The tuition cost for the nine days of training is $4,950.00 per participant. This price does not include travel and lodging. If accepted, participants must commit to participate for the full nine days. The County Mental Health Director/Behavioral Health Director or Alcohol and Other Drug Administrator, or not for profit agency director, must recommend applicants as indicated on the LI Application.
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The Leadership Institute is a leadership development program designed to help good behavioral health leaders become great leaders in the field of public behavioral health care. Since inception in 2002, the Institute has trained over 600 California leaders. Faculty and staff include national and local experts from a range of leadership disciplines. All have been selected for their knowledge of, and experience in, multiple aspects of leadership, both within and outside of public behavioral health systems. Faculty selection is informed by rigorous evaluations, completed by staff and participants, that rate presenter on content relevance, depth of knowledge, and learning experience.