This is the first webinar of a 2-part series. Each webinar is 75 minutes long.
This webinar will provide an overview of selected content from the toolkit Whole-Person Care for People Experiencing Homelessness and Opioid Use Disorder. This toolkit, released by SAMHSA in August 2021, provides an overview of homelessness, opioid use disorder, and the core elements of a whole-person care framework. We will explore what it means to be person-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented, racially equitable, non-stigmatizing, housing-focused, peer-integrated, and self-compassionate in our work. This whole-person care framework is relevant for people working in all aspects of behavioral health care.
You will be able to:
-Name 4 elements of the spirit of whole-person care
-Describe 3 ways to "befriend the emotional brain" in using a trauma-informed approach
-Name the 4 agreements of "courageous conversations"
The Northwest MHTTC acknowledges that the gender and race options on this form are limited, and we understand that many people may not identify with any of the options listed. These questions are developed by our federal funder and we do not have the ability to modify the answer options. Please select the option that best represents how you identify or select “none of these” or skip the question if that feels most appropriate for you.