Training & Education
The Training department at Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) is responsible for providing training and education about mental health, substance use disorders, and intellectual /developmental disabilities to our community, individuals we serve, providers, partner organizations, and professionals. We offer several training opportunities such as:
- Required trainings for network providers, staff, direct support professionals, and more
- Clinical assessments
- Mental Health First Aid
- New Hire Recipient Rights Training
- Provider specific trainings
- Suicide Prevention (safeTALK and A.S.I.S.T.)
- Trainings for individuals served, their families, and advocates
- And more!
For more information or if you would like to host a training at your organization, contact us or call 248-858-1795.
Direct Support Professional Training
If you are a direct support professional employed at an OCHN provider, you are required to complete a specific curriculum of trainings. These trainings are offered through two providers, MORC and TTI. You can find their contact information below to register at one of their locations.
We may accept trainings from other counties / CMHSPs / PIHPs who are vetted or in the process of being vetting through the State Training Guidelines Workgroup. Your employer can contact the Director of Training directly regarding these matters.