Training & Resource Sharing

If you would like your organization’s resource(s) listed on this page please email jean@i2icenter.org . Paid listings will be highlighted on i2i social media.

Upcoming Events

i2i Spring Conference, June 11-12, 2024, Raleigh, NC, Hilton Raleigh North Hills Hotel, Raleigh, NC

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS OPEN TILL 3/18/24

Upcoming Webinars

March 27, 2:00 p.m. ET, Guide to Implementing the CMS Interoperability and Prior Authorization Rule, hosted by Zeomega

HAVE AN EVENT YOU WOULD LIKE LISTED HERE? EMAIL JEAN@I2ICENTER.ORG

Resources

i2i and NC DHHS School Mental Health Initiative Webinar, March 15, 2023

RECORDING and PRESENTATION

This webinar covers how NC’s System of Care is a resource and strategy to support children and families with emerging mental health needs. Strengthen your school and community’s collaborative efforts in prevention and early intervention to maximize children’s learning. TARGET AUDIENCE: SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATORS, LOCAL SCHOOL LEADERSHIP, SCHOOL RESOURCE PERSONNEL, TEACHERS, MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, YOUTH AND FAMILIES.

i2i Center White Paper on Defining the Value of Care Management for Consumers, Families and Individuals with Lived Experience in North Carolina: A Collaborative Approach.

Consumer-Care Manager Engagement Sheet

National Videos on i2i’s Value of Care Collaborative

National Core Indicators®- Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (NCI®-IDD), a collaboration between the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) and the Human Services Research Institute (HSRI), today released the 2020 Staff Stability Report and COVID-Supplement

i2i Presentation at Peer Advocacy Training – Empowering Our Voices in 2022!Advocacy on Legislation, January 20, 2022

i2i Presentation at Peer Advocacy Training – Empowering Our Voices in 2022!Advocacy through Collaboration, January 20, 2022

i2i Glossary of Term for MH/IDD/SUD Public System

Division of MH/DD/SAS Frequently Used Acronyms

i2i Presentation at Prevent Child Abuse – Advocacy 201:  Advocacy, Collaboration and Coalition Building

Making Strategy Work: A Structured, Staffed, & Budgeted Approach – The OPEN MINDS Management Newsletter, August 2021 – OPEN MINDS. Sign Up as a Free Member to access.

innovaTel CCBH Success Platform of Services

Provider Staff Best Practice Hiring Tips

Creating a Recruitment Funnel

White Paper on Building Resiliency

i2i Advocacy 101 Training Power Points

i2i Presentation on Medicaid Transformation and Integrated Care for Individuals with I/DD, February 18, 2021 Power Points

Medicaid Managed Care Provider Update Page – NC DHHS – Update to Provider Directory, Key Dates of Transformation, Contracting Information, Provider Playbook Updates, Upcoming Webinars and more.

Webinar Recordings

NACBHDD and Optum held a webinar entitled Portraits of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Efforts in Behavioral Health Nationwide on February 17th from 3 pm-4:30 pm ET.  A recording can be accessed here with the passcode: x8pU*Q8^

NACBHDD and the College for Behavioral Health held a webinar entitled “A Year Ahead in Behavioral Health Policy” on February 24th from 1 pm ET-2:30 pm ET.  You can view a recording here. 

Webinar Recording: Unlocking your Organization’s Value: Data is the Key

Peer Advocacy Training – Empowering Our Voice in 2022 – Training, January 20, 2022

Webinar: Your Questions and Our Answers about the COVID-19 Vaccine for Direct Support Professionals, January 22, 2021

A to Zs of COVID-19 for Families and Individuals with I-DD

I’m IN: Community Inclusion Webinar – Moving from the Margins, Creating Community

I’m IN: Reimagining Community: Supporting Meaningful Participation of People with Mental Illness (and All of Us) Now!

I’m IN: Adapting Community Inclusion to Circumstances of 2020

Information

PsycHub is offering two courses as resources for Black History Month

NC DHHS COVID Fact Sheet – 1/24/22 Update on Direct Care Workers Raise & Bonus FAQ

Diversity in Mental Health

Understanding and Overcoming Bias

Articles of Interest