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Events for June 2023 View List

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June 1
C3 De-Escalation
1:00pm to 4:30pm
Charles E. Lakin Human Services Campus
Must attend both sessions June 1st from 1pm-4:30 pm and June 8th from 1pm-4:30 pm
June 2
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June 6
Mental Health First Aid (Adult version) Registration will end on May 27th to allow participants time to complete the web-based portion
8:00am to 1:30pm
Community Foundation for Western Iowa
After registering, participants will receive an email link to establish a log in for the web-based portion of the class. After completing the log in they may complete the web-based portion at their own pace but it must be completed prior to the in-person class.
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June 22
Phase I - Motivational Interviewing
8:30am to 4:30pm

Participants MUST REGISTER and attend ONE session of PHASE I and ONE session of PHASE II. There are separate registrations for the dates in each phase. 14 CEU's for licensed therapists
June 23
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June 28
Phase I - Motivational Interviewing
8:30am to 4:30pm

Participants MUST REGISTER and attend ONE session of PHASE I and ONE session of PHASE II. There are separate registrations for the dates in each phase. 14 CEU's for licensed therapists
June 29
June 30
 

 

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MHFA Atlantic May 2022
 
Youth MHFA June 2022

 

This page was printed from the Southwest Iowa Mental Health & Disability Services Region on April 12, 2024. For the latest information, visit swiamhds.org.

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