2015 Behavioral Health Webinar Series

Series Theme: Recovery Orientated Systems of Care

The series features state of the art, evidence-based information from the foremost experts in the country presented every 4th Wednesday of the month for 90 minutes.  2015 Series Flyer.
Each topic will emphasize how it works within Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC). Recovery-oriented care seeks to improve outcomes by networks of formal and informal services developed and mobilized to sustain long-term recovery for individuals and families impacted by severe substance use disorders. ROSC is not a treatment agency, but a macro level organization of a community.
Wisconsin Focus: Wisconsin’s Bureau of Prevention, Treatment and Recovery (BPTR) staff will present Wisconsin’s context for each topic to reiterate the direction they’re moving towards for their provider network.
Fee: The webinars are always FREE to attend. IF you are requesting CEUs, there is a $5.00 fee per webinar.  
CEU: This activity has been approved by NAADAC for 1.0 CEUs, under Great Lakes ATTC Provider No. 728.  CEU Request/Payment link is attached to the evaluation link.  You will receive the link 1 hour after the session has ended.
We accept credit card payments only. The payment system will allow you to print you certificate once payment is processed. Don’t forget to print the certificate for your records!  CEU Procedure.

January 28, 2015
ROSC and Trauma Informed Care
March 4, 2015
Recovery Oriented Systems of Care
March 25, 2015
ROSC and Peer Recovery
April 22, 2015
ROSC and Ethics
May 27, 2015
Cultural Elements in Treating Hispanic/Latino Populations
June 24, 2015
ROSC & MAT Part I: Treatment Approaches 
July 29, 2015
ROSC & MAT Part II: Opioid Treatment Services
August 26, 2015
ROSC & Quality Improvement
September 23, 2015
DSM5, ASAM, ICD9/10 Changes and the Interface
October 28, 2015
ROSC & Adolescents
Disclaimer: Funding support for the Behavioral Health Webinar Series is provided by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Bureau of Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery. The information, views and opinions in the webinars are not necessarily those of the Department of Health Services.