CSSP's Behavioral Health initiative training partnership with the North Carolina AHEC is detailed and praised in an article in the current issue of Psychiatric News. Entitled "Military Hopes Civilian Clinicians Can Shrink Treatment Gap," the article discusses how CSSP's mission to improve service access for Reserve and National Guard combat veterans and their families is accomplished in part by working to "ensure that there are "no wrong doors" to bar entry for troops or their families" when it comes to behavioral health care.
CSSP delivers the training, entitled "Painting a Moving Train," both onsite and online. For upcoming training dates and locations, click here.
For other CSSP-sponsored online training, including "ICARE:What Primary Care Providers Need to Know about Mental Health Issues Facing Returning Service Members and Their Families," and "Treating the Invisible Wounds of War," click here.