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OHMAS - The Treatment of Forensic Clients in a COVID Environment

When:
Thursday, January 28, 2021, 9:00 AM until 11:30 AM
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Statewide Training Events
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OHMAS - The Treatment of Forensic Clients in a COVID Environment


FREE TRAINING OPPORTUNITY
2.5 Continuing Education Credits*
January 28, 2021
9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Via ZOOM


The Treatment of Forensic Clients in a COVID Environment


COVID-19 has created unique challenges in working with forensically-involved clients. The specialty of care, length of stay in jails and hospitals, and need to collaborate with various partners in the criminal justice system during ever changing times has led to the system of care re-evaluating how services are provided. Join us as we discuss the changes in the jail, court, state hospitals and community settings and learn what has been successful and what challenges remain. 

AGENDA

9:00-9:05 Basic Housekeeping

9:05-9:50 Jail and Court response to the COVID restrictions 
Presenters: Judge Hollie Gallagher, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas 
Lindsey McMillion, Metro Health Manager of Behavioral Health and   
Addiction Services County Corrections

9:50-9:55 Questions

9:55-10:40 State Hospital response and changes due to COVID
Presenter: Dr. Joy Stankowski, M.D. Lead Chief Clinical Officer 
Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare,  
Director, Center for Forensic Excellence

10:40-10:45 Questions

10:45-11:25 Community Treatment Providers success and challenges in providing care
Presenters: Stephanie Jacobs: MSW -Talbert House
Linda Johnson MSW, LISW-Talbert House
Amanda Scott, QMHS, Counseling Center of Columbiana County

11:25-11:30 Questions

Registration is required

An application for continuing education will be submitted for the following disciplines: Counseling, Social Work, Psychology and Nursing