Community Inclusion: Self-Inventory and Community Mapping - Online Course -Date Change to Dec
Dates: Thursday December 1 and Friday December 2 from 12:00-3:00pm ET/11:00am-2:00pm CT/10:00am-1:00pm MT/9:00am-12:00pm PT
Tuition: $180.00 USD
The recovery movement has signaled a shift in community mental health services from an era of segregation, stabilization and maintenance to one of integration, empowerment and participation. The facilitation of recovery, quality of life, and increased participation in valued roles in the community have emerged as the goal of community mental health systems and services. Community inclusion, and the fostering of increased community participation, continues to play an important role in the restructuring of supports and services within mental health delivery systems and in transforming policies, programs and practices and exciting new research suggests that increased community participation is related to greater feelings of wellbeing and recovery.
Through this interactive workshop, participants will gain personal tools for self-reflection on participation and tools to identify community inclusion opportunities in their locale.
Brought to you in collaboration with Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion.
- List the 11 Domains of Community Inclusion and activities you personally use
- Utilize and apply a self-inventory tool of community participation
- Describe how to access community participation in multiple domains of community participation and its importance to wellness and recovery
6-hour certificate of participation available for this course.