Information designed for mental health providers.

Resources

ACES Study – Impact of Abuse and Dysfunction

An Asset Approach to Positive Community Change

Beyond ACES-Bldg Hope and Resiliency in IA

Child Abuse and Neglect – Risk and Protective Factors

Children’s MH-WB Committee Power Point Presentation Feb 2018

Early Childhood Iowa 2018 Annual Report Growing Resilient Communities 2.0

Growing Resilient Communities 2.0

How Does Mental Health Affect Child Welfare

IDHS Children’s Mental Health Advisory Committee 2018

Mental Health Counseling in Schools – Waterloo Courier Article Dec 2017

Mental Health Data

Mental Health in the Cedar Valley Report

Mental Health Tool for Mangers

Resiliency Wheel in Crisis Intervention

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

SAMHSA Health Homes Information

Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities:

Families First Training – Foundations of Trauma Level 1 and Level 2 – May 30 & June 13, Independence IA

UNI Social Work Department Annual Trauma Informed Conference, May 31, 2019

Presentation:  The Connection between Behavior and Caregiver or Parent-Child Relationship on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 7 pm at the First Congregational Church, 608 W. 4th Street in Waterloo; Presented by Katy Delgardelle, LISW (Questions:  Contact Leslie Cohn at 319-830-6448)

June 18, 2019 Lunch and Learn at Operation Threshold – Waterloo, IA

UNI Social Work Department’s LISW Supervision Refresher Course SAVE THE DATE, Sept 13, 2019

UNI Social Work Department SW Ethics Training SAVE THE DATE, Oct 24, 2019

Ongoing Professional Development Opportunities:

Adult Mental Health First Aid Classes

Central Iowa ACEs 360 Childbirth Education and Prenatal Provider Curriculum – Web-based training

Overview Mental Health First Aid Class

Cedar Valley’s Promise is not endorsing any one mental health provider or treatment modality but rather providing information to explore. If you have a resource you would like to have shared on this website, please contact Jenny Becker at jennifer.becker@uni.edu.

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