As health care reform advances and Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs) and health homes become the norm, preparing your teams of case managers, peer support staff and care coordinators to function in these expanded roles is critical to your organization’s success.

Case to Care Management training is offered with either a focus on children or adult patient populations. The Case to Care Management training from the National Council takes a deep dive into current health care trends impacting the role and applies the principles and components of a care management approach to achieve a whole person/whole health approach that puts the person receiving services at the center of care.

Recommended for:

  • Health Care Clinicians (e.g. Nurses, Primary Care Providers, etc.), Behavioral Health Care Providers (e.g. Therapists, Psychologists, etc.), Peer Consultants or Counselors (e.g. Alcohol and Drug Use Counselors, etc.)
  • Leadership/Managers/Supervisors

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How It Works

FormatTimeGroup SizeCostIncluded
Live Virtual Trainings and on-demand webinars6 to 8 HoursLimited to 60 participantsGroup Rates AvailableCertificate of Completion

Organization and Group Trainings

Adult PopulationsChildren/adolescent PopulationsFor Leadership & Supervisors
Navigate the changing health care marketplace and manage the whole health of adults receiving care.Explore the unique challenges and whole health of children receiving care.This workshop is designed for Senior Supervisors and Leaders looking to manage the whole health of clients across their teams or organization.
All trainings include principles of team-based care, data informed care, health literacy for direct care staff, implementing approaches to care coordination and supporting health behavior change are key topics in both the adult and child/adolescent training with specific applications in practice.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect to learn at the training/workshop?

Participants will leave the training being able to:

  • Understand and navigate the current health care trends that impact their role as case managers, enabling them to apply this knowledge in the provision of holistic, patient-centered care.
  • Identify and articulate the differences between physical and behavioral health care cultures, applying this understanding to foster an integrated approach to patient care.
  • Formulate and implement strategies for building strong, mutually beneficial partnerships with primary care providers, thereby enhancing the coordination of patient care.
  • Utilize specific tools and techniques to support individuals in changing their health behaviors, based on evidence-based practices in health behavior change.
  • Develop team-based approaches to address the unique needs of individuals with serious mental illness and chronic health problems, through the lens of a whole health trauma informed, person centered approach.
What size groups can your training accommodate?

We can accommodate group sizes of up to 60 participants.

Do you offer group rates?

Yes! Group rates are available. Contact us to learn more.

How can I register multiple people at the same time?

Please register each person individually to ensure that each participant can receive their unique login link.

*Please note that if the individual login link is shared with anyone else, the original registrant will not be able to access the training.

Can I tailor the training to my organization and bring the training in-house?

Yes! We are committed to closely collaborating with you and your organization to customize our program of training. Our goal is to fully align with your unique needs and objectives to ensure the highest level of satisfaction and success.

My organization doesn’t have PayPal and/or I don’t have access to a credit card, are there other payment options?

No, unfortunately not at this time. We do not send invoices for payment or accept checks.

What is your training cancellation policy?

For group training cancellations, please email your point of contact.

Do you offer Certificates of Completion?

Yes! We offer Certificates of Completion to all workshop participants that have successfully completed the training upon request.

Do you offer Continuing Education Credits (e.g., CEU’s, CE’s)?

While we do not offer continuing education or professional development credits (CEUs, CEs, etc.) directly, we are happy to provide you with the necessary documentation for you to submit to your relevant accrediting body to obtain credits (i.e., Certificates of completion, training agenda, trainer bio/credentials, etc.).

What are the technical requirements for your Live Virtual Trainings?

To participate in our Live Virtual Trainings, attendees must have access to a computer or laptop equipped with video and audio functions, with the ability to connect to the Zoom platform.

Do you have informational flyers I can download?
Who is the National Council for Mental Wellbeing?

Founded in 1969, the National Council for Mental Wellbeing is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit association that works on behalf of over 3,400 mental health and substance use service providers across America to create a stronger, better-funded, more integrated approach to mental health and substance use care. We believe that healthy minds create strong communities.

Looking to train a group or organization?

We offer personalized learning with our tailored programs designed to suit the unique needs of your team.

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