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Behavioral Health Clear Path Project- Year 4

THE CLEAR PATH PROJECT– -Over the past several years, twenty agencies have participated in The Clear Path Project at various levels.  We recognize that the biggest challenge is educating new clinicians about behavioral health care.  HCANH will continue to offer onsite education from time to time.  But we also want you to have the flexibility […]

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Clear Path Project- Year 4: A New Model to Fit Your Needs

The Clear Path Project is a unique, multi-year educational initiative designed to enhance the capacity of home health agencies to provide skilled psychiatric nursing care to home bound seniors with behavioral health conditions. With the Clear Path Project now in its fourth year, HCANH and C & V Senior Care Services are offering new options […]

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Energize Your Behavioral Health Team

  April 12, Full-day Training for clinicians who are new to behavioral health April 13, Case Study Workshop for experienced behavioral health clinicians Both sessions are at the Kimball-Jenkins Art School in Concord. Check out the brochure and register!

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Free Course: Effective Treatments for Opioid Use Disorders

Katherine Vanderhorst from C & V Senior Services shared the email below regarding three free educational programs from the American Psychiatric Nurses Association.  These would be excellent programs for any of your nurses.  The webinar for psychiatric/mental health nurses would be ideal for additional CEUs for your behavioral health nurses.   How can nurses combat […]

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AHRQ: One-third of adult hospital stays involve mental/substance use disorders

AHRQ: One-third of adult hospital stays involve mental/substance use disorders About one in three adult hospital stays in 2012 involved a mental or substance-use disorder, according to a new report by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The estimate excludes neonatal and maternal stays. Patients with a primary mental or substance-use disorder diagnosis were […]

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