Conversations for Caring offers regional training for both professional and volunteer providers, who serve older persons, Veterans, persons living with disabilities of all ages, and their families.
Presentations are scheduled monthly and address a wide range of topics including:
The Study of Pain
Borderline Personality Disorder
The Science of Addiction
The Intersection of Trauma and Homelessness
Trainings are offered by area service providers as well as professional members of medical establishments, regional colleges, and universities. Class participants can earn Continuing Education Credits in Social Work, Nursing, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADC), and NorthEast Emergency Medical Services (NEEMS).
Conversations for Caring is a collaboration of community partners dedicated to supporting and nurturing the vital network of care providers who together serve some of the most vulnerable members of our communities.
For more information about Conversations for Caring contact Dan Collier.
Thousands of Community Providers Benefited from Training
Thousands more lives positively changed
A powerful curriculum taught by leading experts in their fields
Our curriculum is determined by an understanding of what Community Providers indicate will be most meaningful in interactions with their clients.
The goal is to provide topics that address some of the most challenging issues facing providers who serve in community services settings and include but are not limited to presentations on addiction, mental/behavioral health, trauma, provider self-care, and homelessness.