Introduction to “Developing a Mental Health Court: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum”

Past Event
January 10, 2013, 2:00 pm

This webinar, held January 10, 2013, provides an introduction to Developing a Mental Health Court: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum, a free online multimedia curriculum for individuals and teams seeking to start, maintain, or simply learn more about mental health courts. Featuring a combination of online and group activities, the curriculum is the first single resource with the information teams need to translate current research and best practices into program design and operation. It can easily be customized for users’ specific needs and time considerations.

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