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Continuing Education Requirements and Approved Programs

All staff of the Department, a community mental health services program, or a licensed private hospital, employed for the purpose of providing recipient rights services shall attend and successfully complete the Basic Skills curriculum as determined by the State Office of Recipient Rights, within the first 90 days of employment. Within the first three months of employment, the Rights Officer/Advisor and any alternate(s) shall attend and successfully complete the Basic Skills Training Program offered by the Department's Office of Recipient Rights.

The Community Mental Health Service Program (CMHSP) shall assure that:

  • Within six (6) months of the effective date of employment, Executive Directors hired by a CMHSP shall be required to attend a Recipient Rights training focused on the role of the Executive Director relative to the Recipient Rights protection and investigation system.
  • In addition, every five (5) years during their employment, all CMHSP Rights Staff must complete a Recipient Rights Update Training as specified by the Department.

The Community Mental Health Services Program shall also assure that all contractual agreements with service providers who: (1) are required by the Mental Health Code to implement their right system or, (2) through contractual agreement are required to implement their own rights system, include language which requires staff appointed as Rights Officers/Advisors (and those identified as their alternates) to attend and successfully complete the Basic Skills Training Program offered by the Department's Office of Recipient Rights.

A minumum of 36 clock hours of education or training shall be required over a three (3) year period subsequent to the completion of the Basic Skills requirements, and in every three (3) year period thereafter.

Click this link for the Technical Requirement of Recipient Rights CEU's (pdf format)

Click this link for the Recipient Rights CEU Course Application (word format)

Click this link for Recipient Rights CEU Course Application Fill In document (word format) 


 
2015 Approved Programs


Course

Date

Name of Course

Source

CEU'S

Category

15-001

03/10/15

How to Better Understand
Your Medicaid and MH Rights

Michigan
Family Voices

2.5
1.5

I
II

15-001

04/23/15

How to Better Understand
Your Medicaid and MH Rights

Michigan
Family Voices

2.5
1.5

I
II

15-001

05/21/15

How to Better Understand
Your Medicaid and MH Rights

Michigan 
Family Voices

2.5
1.5

I
II

15-002

02/06/15

Training 2015

RROAM

2.0

II

15-003

02/06/15

DCH Updates

RROAM

2.0

I

15-004 

02/20/15 

Motivational Interviewing 

Relias Learning

 1.75

IV 

15-005 02/20/15 Developing Independence:
Increasing Self-Management

Relias Learning 

 2.0

IV

15-006 02/20/15 Overview of Supported Employment

Relias Learning 

2.0 IV
15-007 02/20/15 Mental Health Issues in Older Adults

Relias Learning 

2.0 IV
15-008 02/20/15 Community Inclusion

Relias Learning 

1.5 IV
15-009 02/20/15 Overview of Trauma Disorders in
Adults for Paraprofessionals

Relias Learning

1.25 IV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 



2014 Approved Programs

 

Course   

Date          

Name of Course 

Source 

CEU'S 

Category 

14-004 

01/15/14 

MDCH Autism Benefit 

Webinar

 1.5

 IV 

14-005 

01/21/14 

Support Intensity Scale Overview 

MORC

 1.5

 IV 

14-006 

02/07/14 

A New Approach to BTP and NAPPI 

RROAM 

   1.5  

 IV 

14-007 

02/07/14 

Michigan's Dual Eligible Demonstration 

RROAM 

 1.0

II

14-008 

03/06/14 

Caregiving and Stress Management 

Williams 

 3.5

 IV 

14-009 

02/28/14 

Advocating for Individuals in the Criminal Justice System 

O'Neal

 3.0 

 IV 

14-010 

03/19/14 

A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger's 

Grandin 

 1.5

 IV 

14-011 

03/18/14 

Dealing with the Difficult 

Hollander 

 5.0 

 IV 

14-012 

03/28/14 

Stress Management for the Treatment Provider 

Potter 

 6.0 

IV

14-013

03/12/14

Dementia and CMH Population 

Weaverdyck, Ph.D 

6.0

IV

14-014 

03/19/14 

Compassion Fatigue in Helping Professonals 

Gaffney, LMSW 

 2.0

IV

14-015 

03/18/14 

Mental Health First Aid 

English
Pollak 

 7.0

IV

14-016 

03/21/14 

Forgotten from the Start 

Bagenstos
Erickson 

 5.0

II

14-017 

04/23/14

Plenary Address
Legal Aspects of Disabilities in Workplace
Creating Access for the Deaf
Community Integration

Cameron, MD
Roach, MD
Emery,MA
Kroger, MD

 5.5 

 IV

14-018 

04/08/14 

Communication: Breakthrough to Understanding MBTI 

Whittington 

3.5 

 IV

14-019 

07/29/14 

Crucial Conversations 

Pifer 

14.0 

  IV 

14-020 

04/16/14 

CMS Hospital Conditions of Patient Rights 

McKissack 

1.0 

 I 

14-021 

04/24/14 

Informational Guide for MH/Probate Matters 

Johnson 

1.0 

  II 

14-022 

05/02/14 

Community Service Troopers 

RROAM

2.5 

 I

14-023 

05/02/14 

Develping Collaborative Relationships 

RROAM

1.5 

 I

14-025

06/02/14 

MCCMH Board Conference 

DavenDeck
Hollis
Knisely 

7.25 

IV 

14-026 

07/09/14 

Psychotropic Medications for Individuals w/DD 

MORC 

2.0 

IV 

14-027 

08/07/14 

Compassion Fatigue 

RROAM 

5.0 

14-028 

08/08/14 

The State Of Guardianship in the State 

RROAM 

2.25 

I

14-029 

09/10/14 

Child Abuse Investigations 

Relias Learning

1.0 

14-030 

09/10/14 

Abuse & Neglect Investigations 

Relias Learning

1.0

14-031

09/10/14 

Abuse/Neglect with Individuals with I/DD 

Relias Learning

1.75 

14-032 

09/10/14 

Elder Abuse Fraud 

Relias Learning

1.0 

IV 

14-033 

09/10/14 

Abuse 

Relias Learning

2.0 

IV 

14-034 

09/10/14 

Conducting An Investigation 

Relias Learning

1.0

14-035 

09/10/14 

Crisis Intervention 

Relias Learning

3.0 

IV 

14-036 

10/30/14 

Managing Multiple Projects 

Skillpath

6.0

IV

14-037a

10/23/14

Improving Story Telling Techniques

D. John Lee, Ph.D.

 3.0 

 IV 

14-037b 

10/23/14 

Bringing Trauman Informed Services  

Jody Lewis, MA, LLP 

 1.5 

IV

14-037c 

10/24/14 

Continuing Integrated Health 

Julie Helmer, MA, LLP 

1.5

IV

14-038 

11/7/14

Projects in the Field 

RROAM

2.25 

14-039 

11/7/14 

Patient Rights 

RROAM 

1.5 

14-040 

11/21/14 

 Cultural Intelligence/Competence

HealthSource Saginaw 

2.0

IV 

14-041 

12/4/14 Corporate Compliance & Ethics Relias Learning 1.0 IV

14-042 

12/4/14 Working with Difficult People Relias Learning 2.5 IV

14-043

12/4/14 Quality Improvement Relias Learning 1.0 I

14-044 

12/4/14 Crisis Management Relias Learning 2.0 IV

14-045 

12/4/14 De-escalating Hostile Clients Relias Learning 2.75 IV

14-047 

12/4/14 Dependent Adult Abuse and Neglect Relias Learning 1.25 I

14-051

12/4/14 Elder Abuse Relias Learning 2.0 IV
14-053 12/4/14
Confidentiality and HIPAA
Relias Learning 1.25 II

14-054

12/4/14

Confidentiality of SA Information

Relias Learning

1.0

IV
14-058 12/4/14
Overiview of Severe Persistent Mental Illness

Relias Learning

1.5

IV

14-069

12/5/14

Quality of Life for a Person with DD

Relias Learning

1.25

IV

14-070

12/4/14

Your Organization: Are You Really Trauma Informed?

Relias Learning

1.5

IV