Provider Resources Related to COVID-19
Revised & Updated: 01/30/2021
The Florida Behavioral Health Impact Project (BH Impact Program) helps to enhance accessibility of resources for women and children in need of mental health and substance use supports by providing a statewide directory of active and qualified maternal and pediatric behavioral health providers. The BH Impact Program can be accessed at flbhimpact.org.
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Telehealth and Tele-Counseling Technical Assistance Resources
Psych Hub, free one-hour course on Telemental Health – information here. Register here.
For National Council resources you will be asked to register to access the content. This registration is free.
National Council’s Going Virtual webinar series, on training and facilitation online. Slides available for past sessions.
National Council’s “COVID-19 Office Hours Telehealth Session 1; Adapting to Audio: Best Practices in Delivering Telephonic Services” (Recording on demand)
National Council’s “Covid-19 Office Hours Telehealth Session 2; Ask the Experts with innovaTel Psychiatry” (Recording on demand)
National Council’s Center of Excellence Office Hours: Conducting Groups via Telehealth – Access Recording here.
National Council’s Center of Excellence Office Hours: Telehealth for Substance Abuse Services: Access Recording here
Five-session series by Mid-America Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network, Telehealth Learning & Consultation Tuesdays. Webinar Recordings, slides, and quick guides. These events have occurred, but you can access the webinar recordings, download the slides and access resources.
Free NAADAC Webinar: Covid-19: Telehealth for Opioid Addiction Interventions. Watch on-demand, download slides, resources here.
On-demand webinar, slides and resources: NAADAC in collaboration with the American Mental Health Counselors Association: Telehealth During Covid-19 and Beyond: Integrative Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders.