Getting Started

  • Screencast - Create Your Account

    It only takes a couple of minutes; watch a quick screen cast showing how to setup your account.

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    Click the image to start.

  • Know Your "My Account" Page...

    After you created your account you will want to regularly visit your "My Account" page to view your past orders, trainings and certificates.

News

  • We are recruiting for an LCAS CCS Clinical Faculty position

    The UNC School of Social Work and the Behavioral Healthcare Resource Program are recruiting for an LCAS CCS Clinical Faculty position to teach and train. For more information visit:
    http://ssw.unc.edu/node/3323


  • DHHS continues its goal to spread Mental Health First Aid throughout NC

    mhfa logoDHHS is pleased to announce plans to provide another (Adult) Mental Health First Aid Instructor Training, hosted by Cardinal Innovations in Chapel Hill, NC on October 19 – 23, 2015. 

    This will be the seventh DHHS-sponsored instructor training in North Carolina and will continue the commitment to implementing Mental Health First Aid as part of Governor McCrory’s NC Center for Safer Schools and the NC Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services’ Crisis Solutions Initiative.

  • Video Demonstration of the National Voluntary Consensus Standards for the Treatment of Substance Use Conditions

    In the United States, 8% of adults have a substance use disorder in a given year, but two-thirds of those people do not receive treatment for their condition. While the field of substance abuse treatment has made incredible advances in the past 20 years, the reality is that most people who need treatment for substance use do not seek it in specialty care settings. Rather, they are seen by their primary care providers who likely have little or no training in identifying or diagnosing substance related disorders.

    NQF Standards Demonstration from BHRP on Vimeo.

    The video demonstrates the use of a selection of evidence based practices involving Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) which evolved from the National Voluntary Consensus Standards for the Treatment of Substance Use Conditions. As stated in the report:

Upcoming Events

Problem Gambling Training
09/09/2015 - 8:30am

Behavioral Healthcare Resource Program is now offering Sure Bet One: Dealing with Problem Gambling at three different locations around the state. Click here to learn more and visit the registration page.

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