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2018 INNOVATION COMMUNITY TOPICS


Innovation Community overview

In this rapidly changing healthcare environment it is imperative that organizations know how to keep pace. For 2018, SAMHSA HRSA is providing an opportunity for qualified organizations to take part in rapid-cycle improvement process to innovate services through involvement in an Innovation Community. Innovation Communities are expert facilitated groups of up to 15 organizations who come together to focus on an area of behavioral and primary healthcare integration innovation. Organizations learn from experts and each other during an intensive four-month period.

Each Innovation Community is facilitated by two CIHS staff and up to three additional subject matter experts. Teams from participating organizations set goals specific to their integration needs and then build skills and strategies throughout the Innovation Community to address these goals. Participating teams come from a variety of organizations who offer integrated primary and behavioral health care services and will receive the knowledge and skills to effectively implement the innovation topic at their organization.

Requirements & Structure
Organizations admitted into an Innovation Community are required to have executive leadership support in order to commit adequate staff time (i.e., approximately 1.5hrs a week) to participate in all Innovation Community activities.

Each participating organization is required to:
     • Attend monthly webinars
     • Develop a workplan
     • Attend monthly group and individual coaching calls
     • Briefly present your findings in a closing report-out webinar

Ready to Get Started?
Don't miss out on this opportunity - there are no direct costs to participate, only staff commitment and active engagement. Apply by 5:00pm EST on Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Notices of acceptance will be sent on Tuesday, April 17. 


BUILDING INTEGRATION IN PEDIATRIC CARE SETTINGS
apply for the summer cohort here!

This Innovation Community's purpose is to create greater capacity to deliver efficient and effective behavioral health services in the pediatric primary care setting. Participating organizations will include rural, suburban, and urban pediatric settings including federally qualified health centers, private pediatric practices, and school-based health centers. The focus of the improvement activities will be to develop the capacity to integrate services. Participants will either be new to integrating behavioral health services or just beginning their work (e.g., hiring a BH consultant and/or introducing a mental health or substance use screen to their services array, etc.). Participants will receive information and support using a variety of learning methodologies including but not limited to individual and group coaching calls to address the educational needs, provided resources, and tools, group emails, and webinars.

Winter Cohort: January to April 2018
Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, January 11 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, February 8 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, March 8 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Thursday, April 26 – 2-3:30pm ET

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Tentative Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Tuesday, May 8 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Thursday, June 14 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Thursday, July 12 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Thursday, August 30 – 2-3:30pm ET

Resources:
• Pediatric Integrated Care Model  
• 5X5 Presentation Instructions
• Partnership for Early Childhood Mental Health - Toolkit
• How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Over a Lifetime_TED

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Webinar dates are forthcoming


IMPLEMENTING PAIN MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES IN INTEGRATED CARE SETTINGS
APPLY FOR THE SUMMER COHORT HERE!

This Innovation Community will support integrated behavioral health and primary care providers in understanding the policies and practices that support and help implement evidence-based guidelines for pain management. Participants will take part in individual and small group coaching calls, webinars, and group email discussions that will address their educational needs related to pain management and provide practical resources and tools for the creation or further development of evidence-based pain management guidelines. By the end of this Innovation Community, participants will have identified goals, and have created a work plan that describes in detail the actions and activities each organization will carry out to achieve their goals.

Winter Cohort: January to April 2018
Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, January 25 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Friday, February 23 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, March 22 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Thursday, April 26 – 3-4:30pm ET

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Tentative Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Thursday, May 24 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Friday, June 22 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Thursday, July 19 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Thursday, August 23 – 3-4:30pm ET

Resources
IC Materials
     • Workplan Template
     • 5X5 Presentation Instructions

Guidelines
     • CDC pain management guidelines
     • VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines
     • TIP 54: Managing Chronic Pain in Adults With or in Recovery From Substance Use Disorders
     • TIP 63: Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

Assessment Tools
     • The Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale (COWS)
     • Daily Pain Diary

Tools to use with Clients (forthcoming)
     • Analyzing Cost and Benefits of Pain Strategies
     • Choice Point Worksheet
     • Gate Control Theory of Pain
     • Living Fully Action Steps
     • My Pain Plan Worksheet
     • Pain Gate Worksheet
     • Physical Strategies Worksheet
     • Square Breathing

Advanced Readings
     • Embracing Your Demons: an Overview of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
     • The Effects of Cannabis Among Adults With Chronic Pain and an Overview of General Harms: A Systematic Review 
     • Magical Days
     • Opioids Out, Cannabis In | Negotiating the Unknowns in Patient Care for Chronic Pain

V
ideos
     • Understanding Pain in less than 5 minutes
     • Why Things Hurt - Lorimer Moseley

Implementing Team Based Care
APPLY FOR THE SUMMER COHORT HERE!

This Innovation Community will support primary and behavioral health providers to understand and adopt team based approaches to care. Research describing how to efficiently and effectively deploy and support an integrated team of primary and behavioral health providers will be reviewed. The National Committee on Quality Improvement (NCQA) team-based care standards and an organizational self-assessment will be used to help teams build their work plan. Participants will have the opportunity to engage experts from organizations that have experience delivering team base care. All teams will report-out on IC work plan progress during the final webinar and learn through individual coaching calls, reading and video viewing assignments, and group email conversations.

Winter Cohort: January to April 2018
Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, January 9 – 1-2:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, February 13 – 1-2:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, March 22 – 1-2:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Tuesday, April 17 – 1-2:30pm ET

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Webinar dates are forthcoming

Resources
     • Workplan Template
     • 5X5 Presentation Instructions
     • Interprofessional teamworking in primary and community care
     • Exam Room Trauma informed care poster
     • 2 Lean work flow examples: Depression Screening and Intake Pediatric Services (good way to map out your care pathways)
     • PHQ9 Care Pathway example
     • Sample project communication plan (when launching a CQI project it is imperative that leadership/the CQI team members clearly and continuously community the aim of the project)
     • AIMS Center team dashboard example
     • Bundled Payment approach: Case Rate Toolkit & An Update on Behavioral Healthcare Payment Reform
     • Financing calculators for integrating services: Business Case and Calculator 
     • Mini No-show Screener (for use when scheduling the next appt with a consumer when they are the office)


PREPARING FOR VALUE-BASED PAYMENT IN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND PRIMARY CARE
APPLY FOR THE SUMMER COHORT HERE!

This Innovation Community will support behavioral health and primary care providers in understanding the policy and trends shaping value-based payment methodologies, the payment reform continuum, and the transformations required in clinical and business practices to succeed under value-based contracts. Participants will take part in individual and small group coaching calls, webinars, and list serve discussions that will address the educational needs of participants and provide practical resources and tools. By the end of this Innovation Community, participants will have completed a readiness assessment, identified concrete goals, and created a work plan that lays out their next steps and tools needed to achieve their stated outcomes.

Winter Cohort: January to April 2018
Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Wednesday, January 10 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Wednesday, February 7 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Wednesday, March 7 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Slides & Recording- Wednesday, April 4 – 3-4:30pm ET

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Tentative Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Wednesday, May 9 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Wednesday, June 13 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Wednesday, July 11 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Wednesday, August 8 – 3-4:30pm ET

Resources
     • Workplan Template
     • 5X5 Presentation Instructions
     • Why Value Based Payment is Not Working and How to Fix It
     • Economic Impact of Integrated Medical-Behavioral Healthcare
     • Health Care Payment Learning Action Network (HCPLAN) general
     • HCPLAN Framework
     • Using Medicaid Accountable Care Initiatives to Improve Care for People with Serious Behavioral Health Conditions
     • Creeping and Leaping
     • Rand Corporation paper on bundled payments 
     • CMS website/materials on MACRA
     • CHCS Paper on Medicaid and value based payment in behavioral health
     • Accountable Care Learning Community materials 
     • Models of Value-Based Reimbursement
     • 
Certified Community Behavioral Health Centers outcome measures
     • National Council Case Rate Toolkit

Adopting Trauma-Informed Approaches in Health Care Settings

The goal of the Innovation Community is to bolster the integrated model of care by improving health centers ability to recognize and address patients’ trauma through workforce development, use of sensitive screening and assessment practices and by creating safe and respectful relationships and environments. Specifically, the Innovation Community will support health centers to train all staff on the impact and prevalence of trauma and use of trauma-informed approaches in care provision, develop a workflow for trauma screening, assessment, and treatment and survey patients regarding their sense of safety, respect and satisfaction with care and develop a plan for improving in these areas.  By the end of the Innovation Community, health centers will have a plan for sustaining these changes as they become part of organizational culture and practices.

Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, January 30, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, February 27, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, March 27, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Tuesday, April 17, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #5 | Wednesday, May 23, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #6 | Tuesday, June 26, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #7 | Tuesday, July 31, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #8 | Tuesday, August 14, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET

Trauma-Informed Approaches Resources  

Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care
     • ACE Study 
     • SAMHSA TIP 57
     • Reading List
     • Extensive Book List 

Implementation & Sustainability Tools

     • Organizational Self-Assessment
     • SMART Goals
     • Implementation Planning Guide
     • Vision Guide
     • Communicating for Buy-in Tool
     • Sustainability Plan
     • Sustainability Guide

Domain Related Resources 
Domain #1 – Comprehensive Screening and Assessment
     • Life Events Checklist Tool 
     • PC-PTSD 
     • Screening and Assessment Guide 
     • NCPTSD 
     • NCTSN 
     • SAMHSA TIC Interviewing Manual  

Domain #2 – Workforce Development and EBP
     • Peer Mentor Article
     • Dear Doctor Article
     • Trauma Informed Supervision Survey - 6 Principles
     • TI Supervision Survey
     • Georgetown University Trauma-Informed Care Video
     • Self-help cell phone apps 
     • ABCs of TIC - TIC slide deck to be used to create your own presentations 
     • SAMHSA TIP 57 – includes a list of all EBP 
     • Staff TIC Surveys - Staff perception of TI organization 
     • Staff Training Evaluation – Used after TIC training to assess value of information (attached)
     • Self-Help Tips
     • SAMHSA Concept Paper 
     • Supervision Resources
         - 6 Principles Survey
         - Supervision Survey
     • Georgetown University TIC Video
     • Paradigm Shift Video 
     • Nadine Burke Harris Video
     • TIC Youtube Video
     • Culture Video - Marshall Davis Jones 
     • Compassion Fatigue Book/Trauma Stewardship – Trauma Stewardship by Laura Van Dernoot Lipsky
     • Compassion Fatigue Staff Survey - Professional Quality of Life Scale 
     • Compassion of Managers 
     • Trauma Poster/Infographics 
         - CIHS Trauma Poster
         - ACE 
         - Trauma in PC 
         - Managing Trauma 

Domain #3 – Safe and Secure Environment and Satisfaction with Care
     • Client Feedback Survey for TIC IC
     • Client Brochure - Consumer Trauma Booklet 
     • Trauma Poster 
     • Client Feedback Survey
     • Sanctuary Model 
     • Seeking Safety 
     • Environmental Scan - Developed by a learning community org to assess TI Environment 

Additional TIC Resources/Webinars
     • National Council TIC in PC Resources 
     • PBHCI Webinar - Trauma Informed Care in Integrated Settings: It’s All About the Relationship 
         Slides | Recording
     • MAI-COC Webinar - Trauma Informed Care and HIV/AIDS
         Slides | Recording

Call Our Helpline: 202.684.7457

2018 INNOVATION COMMUNITY TOPICS


Innovation Community overview

In this rapidly changing healthcare environment it is imperative that organizations know how to keep pace. For 2018, SAMHSA HRSA is providing an opportunity for qualified organizations to take part in rapid-cycle improvement process to innovate services through involvement in an Innovation Community. Innovation Communities are expert facilitated groups of up to 15 organizations who come together to focus on an area of behavioral and primary healthcare integration innovation. Organizations learn from experts and each other during an intensive four-month period.

Each Innovation Community is facilitated by two CIHS staff and up to three additional subject matter experts. Teams from participating organizations set goals specific to their integration needs and then build skills and strategies throughout the Innovation Community to address these goals. Participating teams come from a variety of organizations who offer integrated primary and behavioral health care services and will receive the knowledge and skills to effectively implement the innovation topic at their organization.

Requirements & Structure
Organizations admitted into an Innovation Community are required to have executive leadership support in order to commit adequate staff time (i.e., approximately 1.5hrs a week) to participate in all Innovation Community activities.

Each participating organization is required to:
     • Attend monthly webinars
     • Develop a workplan
     • Attend monthly group and individual coaching calls
     • Briefly present your findings in a closing report-out webinar

Ready to Get Started?
Don't miss out on this opportunity - there are no direct costs to participate, only staff commitment and active engagement. Apply by 5:00pm EST on Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Notices of acceptance will be sent on Tuesday, April 17. 


BUILDING INTEGRATION IN PEDIATRIC CARE SETTINGS
apply for the summer cohort here!

This Innovation Community's purpose is to create greater capacity to deliver efficient and effective behavioral health services in the pediatric primary care setting. Participating organizations will include rural, suburban, and urban pediatric settings including federally qualified health centers, private pediatric practices, and school-based health centers. The focus of the improvement activities will be to develop the capacity to integrate services. Participants will either be new to integrating behavioral health services or just beginning their work (e.g., hiring a BH consultant and/or introducing a mental health or substance use screen to their services array, etc.). Participants will receive information and support using a variety of learning methodologies including but not limited to individual and group coaching calls to address the educational needs, provided resources, and tools, group emails, and webinars.

Winter Cohort: January to April 2018
Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, January 11 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, February 8 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, March 8 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Thursday, April 26 – 2-3:30pm ET

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Tentative Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Tuesday, May 8 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Thursday, June 14 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Thursday, July 12 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Thursday, August 30 – 2-3:30pm ET

Resources:
• Pediatric Integrated Care Model  
• 5X5 Presentation Instructions
• Partnership for Early Childhood Mental Health - Toolkit
• How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Over a Lifetime_TED

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Webinar dates are forthcoming


IMPLEMENTING PAIN MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES IN INTEGRATED CARE SETTINGS
APPLY FOR THE SUMMER COHORT HERE!

This Innovation Community will support integrated behavioral health and primary care providers in understanding the policies and practices that support and help implement evidence-based guidelines for pain management. Participants will take part in individual and small group coaching calls, webinars, and group email discussions that will address their educational needs related to pain management and provide practical resources and tools for the creation or further development of evidence-based pain management guidelines. By the end of this Innovation Community, participants will have identified goals, and have created a work plan that describes in detail the actions and activities each organization will carry out to achieve their goals.

Winter Cohort: January to April 2018
Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, January 25 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Friday, February 23 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, March 22 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Thursday, April 26 – 3-4:30pm ET

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Tentative Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Thursday, May 24 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Friday, June 22 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Thursday, July 19 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Thursday, August 23 – 3-4:30pm ET

Resources
IC Materials
     • Workplan Template
     • 5X5 Presentation Instructions

Guidelines
     • CDC pain management guidelines
     • VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines
     • TIP 54: Managing Chronic Pain in Adults With or in Recovery From Substance Use Disorders
     • TIP 63: Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

Assessment Tools
     • The Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale (COWS)
     • Daily Pain Diary

Tools to use with Clients (forthcoming)
     • Analyzing Cost and Benefits of Pain Strategies
     • Choice Point Worksheet
     • Gate Control Theory of Pain
     • Living Fully Action Steps
     • My Pain Plan Worksheet
     • Pain Gate Worksheet
     • Physical Strategies Worksheet
     • Square Breathing

Advanced Readings
     • Embracing Your Demons: an Overview of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
     • The Effects of Cannabis Among Adults With Chronic Pain and an Overview of General Harms: A Systematic Review 
     • Magical Days
     • Opioids Out, Cannabis In | Negotiating the Unknowns in Patient Care for Chronic Pain

V
ideos
     • Understanding Pain in less than 5 minutes
     • Why Things Hurt - Lorimer Moseley

Implementing Team Based Care
APPLY FOR THE SUMMER COHORT HERE!

This Innovation Community will support primary and behavioral health providers to understand and adopt team based approaches to care. Research describing how to efficiently and effectively deploy and support an integrated team of primary and behavioral health providers will be reviewed. The National Committee on Quality Improvement (NCQA) team-based care standards and an organizational self-assessment will be used to help teams build their work plan. Participants will have the opportunity to engage experts from organizations that have experience delivering team base care. All teams will report-out on IC work plan progress during the final webinar and learn through individual coaching calls, reading and video viewing assignments, and group email conversations.

Winter Cohort: January to April 2018
Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, January 9 – 1-2:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, February 13 – 1-2:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Thursday, March 22 – 1-2:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Tuesday, April 17 – 1-2:30pm ET

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Webinar dates are forthcoming

Resources
     • Workplan Template
     • 5X5 Presentation Instructions
     • Interprofessional teamworking in primary and community care
     • Exam Room Trauma informed care poster
     • 2 Lean work flow examples: Depression Screening and Intake Pediatric Services (good way to map out your care pathways)
     • PHQ9 Care Pathway example
     • Sample project communication plan (when launching a CQI project it is imperative that leadership/the CQI team members clearly and continuously community the aim of the project)
     • AIMS Center team dashboard example
     • Bundled Payment approach: Case Rate Toolkit & An Update on Behavioral Healthcare Payment Reform
     • Financing calculators for integrating services: Business Case and Calculator 
     • Mini No-show Screener (for use when scheduling the next appt with a consumer when they are the office)


PREPARING FOR VALUE-BASED PAYMENT IN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND PRIMARY CARE
APPLY FOR THE SUMMER COHORT HERE!

This Innovation Community will support behavioral health and primary care providers in understanding the policy and trends shaping value-based payment methodologies, the payment reform continuum, and the transformations required in clinical and business practices to succeed under value-based contracts. Participants will take part in individual and small group coaching calls, webinars, and list serve discussions that will address the educational needs of participants and provide practical resources and tools. By the end of this Innovation Community, participants will have completed a readiness assessment, identified concrete goals, and created a work plan that lays out their next steps and tools needed to achieve their stated outcomes.

Winter Cohort: January to April 2018
Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Wednesday, January 10 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Wednesday, February 7 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Wednesday, March 7 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Slides & Recording- Wednesday, April 4 – 3-4:30pm ET

Summer Cohort: May to August 2018
Tentative Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Wednesday, May 9 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Wednesday, June 13 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Wednesday, July 11 – 3-4:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Wednesday, August 8 – 3-4:30pm ET

Resources
     • Workplan Template
     • 5X5 Presentation Instructions
     • Why Value Based Payment is Not Working and How to Fix It
     • Economic Impact of Integrated Medical-Behavioral Healthcare
     • Health Care Payment Learning Action Network (HCPLAN) general
     • HCPLAN Framework
     • Using Medicaid Accountable Care Initiatives to Improve Care for People with Serious Behavioral Health Conditions
     • Creeping and Leaping
     • Rand Corporation paper on bundled payments 
     • CMS website/materials on MACRA
     • CHCS Paper on Medicaid and value based payment in behavioral health
     • Accountable Care Learning Community materials 
     • Models of Value-Based Reimbursement
     • 
Certified Community Behavioral Health Centers outcome measures
     • National Council Case Rate Toolkit

Adopting Trauma-Informed Approaches in Health Care Settings

The goal of the Innovation Community is to bolster the integrated model of care by improving health centers ability to recognize and address patients’ trauma through workforce development, use of sensitive screening and assessment practices and by creating safe and respectful relationships and environments. Specifically, the Innovation Community will support health centers to train all staff on the impact and prevalence of trauma and use of trauma-informed approaches in care provision, develop a workflow for trauma screening, assessment, and treatment and survey patients regarding their sense of safety, respect and satisfaction with care and develop a plan for improving in these areas.  By the end of the Innovation Community, health centers will have a plan for sustaining these changes as they become part of organizational culture and practices.

Webinar Dates:
     • Webinar #1 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, January 30, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #2 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, February 27, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #3 | Slides & Recording - Tuesday, March 27, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #4 | Tuesday, April 17, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #5 | Wednesday, May 23, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #6 | Tuesday, June 26, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #7 | Tuesday, July 31, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET
     • Webinar #8 | Tuesday, August 14, 2018 – 2-3:30pm ET

Trauma-Informed Approaches Resources  

Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care
     • ACE Study 
     • SAMHSA TIP 57
     • Reading List
     • Extensive Book List 

Implementation & Sustainability Tools

     • Organizational Self-Assessment
     • SMART Goals
     • Implementation Planning Guide
     • Vision Guide
     • Communicating for Buy-in Tool
     • Sustainability Plan
     • Sustainability Guide

Domain Related Resources 
Domain #1 – Comprehensive Screening and Assessment
     • Life Events Checklist Tool 
     • PC-PTSD 
     • Screening and Assessment Guide 
     • NCPTSD 
     • NCTSN 
     • SAMHSA TIC Interviewing Manual  

Domain #2 – Workforce Development and EBP
     • Peer Mentor Article
     • Dear Doctor Article
     • Trauma Informed Supervision Survey - 6 Principles
     • TI Supervision Survey
     • Georgetown University Trauma-Informed Care Video
     • Self-help cell phone apps 
     • ABCs of TIC - TIC slide deck to be used to create your own presentations 
     • SAMHSA TIP 57 – includes a list of all EBP 
     • Staff TIC Surveys - Staff perception of TI organization 
     • Staff Training Evaluation – Used after TIC training to assess value of information (attached)
     • Self-Help Tips
     • SAMHSA Concept Paper 
     • Supervision Resources
         - 6 Principles Survey
         - Supervision Survey
     • Georgetown University TIC Video
     • Paradigm Shift Video 
     • Nadine Burke Harris Video
     • TIC Youtube Video
     • Culture Video - Marshall Davis Jones 
     • Compassion Fatigue Book/Trauma Stewardship – Trauma Stewardship by Laura Van Dernoot Lipsky
     • Compassion Fatigue Staff Survey - Professional Quality of Life Scale 
     • Compassion of Managers 
     • Trauma Poster/Infographics 
         - CIHS Trauma Poster
         - ACE 
         - Trauma in PC 
         - Managing Trauma 

Domain #3 – Safe and Secure Environment and Satisfaction with Care
     • Client Feedback Survey for TIC IC
     • Client Brochure - Consumer Trauma Booklet 
     • Trauma Poster 
     • Client Feedback Survey
     • Sanctuary Model 
     • Seeking Safety 
     • Environmental Scan - Developed by a learning community org to assess TI Environment 

Additional TIC Resources/Webinars
     • National Council TIC in PC Resources 
     • PBHCI Webinar - Trauma Informed Care in Integrated Settings: It’s All About the Relationship 
         Slides | Recording
     • MAI-COC Webinar - Trauma Informed Care and HIV/AIDS
         Slides | Recording

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