Livingston County Community Mental Health

Policies & Procedures

Employer (Participant) Resources

Training

Community Mental Health programs require training for providers. The CMH organizations and Self-Determination program participants work together to develop a training curriculum which meets the requirements of state law and the needs of the program participants. The training curriculum and how often it must be updated vary by program participant and county.

ALL TRAINING IS REQUIRED

PRIOR TO WORKING

EXCEPT RECIPIENT RIGHTS CLASS

INCOMPLETE OR MISSING TRAINING

WILL PREVENT PAYMENT

Participants on the SED Waiver require all staff to have a clear TB test on file prior to working.

The following trainings can be found at 

www.cmhpsm.org/training

Please submit the signed attestation page.

  • Blood-Borne Infectious Disease

  • Cultural Competency

  • Due Process, Grievance and Appeals

  • Limited English Proficiency 

  • Medicaid Integrity

  • Person Centered Planning

  • Standards for CLS

  • Emergency Preparedness 

  • Recipient Rights (30 Day Temporary)

The following trainings are only required if specified in the IPOS:

  • Medication Administration

  • Non-Aversive Techniques (Behavior Treatment Plan)

CONTACT
LIVINGSTON COUNTY CMH

TO REGISTER FOR

TRAINING COURSES:

517-546-4126

SUBMIT ALL COMPLETED TRAINING TO OUR

TRAINING DEPARTMENT:

training@stuartwilsonfi.com

 

Fax: 989-832-5404

 

Mail: 6300 Schade Dr.

              Midland, MI 48640