Kansas All-Risks Behavioral Wellbeing Preparing.

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Kansas All-Risks Behavioral Wellbeing Preparing Center Abilities for Group Outreach Laborers What is KAHBH? KAHBH gives expansive association and coordination for behavioral wellbeing reaction to catastrophe and other all-dangers occasions
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Kansas All-Hazards Behavioral Health Training Core Competencies for Community Outreach Workers

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What is KAHBH? KAHBH gives expansive association and coordination for behavioral wellbeing reaction to calamity and other all-perils occasions Training and get ready Kansas experts and paraprofessionals to serve in behavioral wellbeing limit amid an occasion Providing specialized help and all-risks behavioral wellbeing data to Kansans

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Key KAHBH Tasks Resource ID and gathering Training and instruction Development of Annex to KEOP, KAHBH Plan, and Standard Operating Procedures all inclusive system enlistment and coordination Preparedness, reaction, and recuperation exercises

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KAHBH Network 10 staff 15 Stakeholders 12 SRS Field Staff 29 CMHC Coordinators Goal: 200+ KAHBH Network individuals

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Outline of KAHBH Trainings KAHBH Core Behavioral Health Training DAY 1 (approx. 8 hours) For all members without CISM or ARC DMH preparing inside of the most recent 5 years (Mental wellbeing and paraprofessionals) Module 1: Disaster Classifications and Phases Module 2: Traumatic Reactions to Disasters Module 3: Providing Support During Disasters Module 4: Considerations for Special Populations, Cultural Competence, and Ethical Issues Day 2 (approx. 3.5) For ALL KAHBH Network individuals Module 5: The FEMA/SAMHSA CMHS Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program Module 6: The KAHBH Program: Preparedness, Response, and Recovery for Kansas Communities Module 7: Behavioral Health and the All-Hazards Disaster Response System Module 8: KAHBH Community Outreach Teams: Structure, Procedures, and Documents

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Paraprofessional Training ½ day (4 hours) preparing to give non-behavioral wellbeing experts with foundation data in working with individuals in emergency, relational abilities, issues identified with secrecy and morals, and other fundamental helping aptitudes The Helper\'s Role Professional and individual limits Ethics, privacy, and double connections Communication Skills Challenges in Helping Diversity and multicultural mindfulness as a partner Helping in Crisis and Grief Situations

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Future Specialty Trainings To be founded on each community’s needs All non-psychological well-being individuals will get extra ½ day (4 hours) preparing on essential helping aptitudes in emergency guiding At minimum 2 individuals (1 MH and 1 NMH) from every zone will get specific preparing in the accompanying regions (to be given online in 2-4 hour trainings): Children (under age 18) Frail Elderly Developmentally and physically impaired Severe Mental Illness and People in dynamic Substance Abuse Treatment People in Correctional Institutions College Students in quarters/far from home/Families/people migrated People with high traumatic introduction People in destitution and destitute Roles of ladies in group (e.g. new mothers, various parental figures) Men and Women Emergency responders included in salvage/recuperation Multicultural issues Farmers/Ranchers/Agricultural Workers/Rural Populations

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Core Competencies, Terminology, and Regional Disaster Information

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KAHBH Core Objectives Understand the contrast between Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) emergency directing and the All-Hazards/Disaster Behavioral Health “crisis counseling” (FEMA/SAMHSA CMHS) model Understand human conduct in catastrophes Understand the key ideas of all-perils behavioral wellbeing Understand the authoritative parts of calamity reaction Understand how to survey the needs of and intercede adequately with fiasco survivors, including unique populaces Provide proper behavioral wellbeing help to survivors and specialists at the group level Understand, perceive and oversee stress in a fiasco work

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KAHBH Core Competencies Identifies applicable and fitting information and data sources Obtains and translates data in regards to dangers and advantages to the group Recognizes how the information lights up moral, political, exploratory, financial, and general open behavioral wellbeing issues Prepare and execute behavioral wellbeing crisis reaction arrangements Advocates for general wellbeing/behavioral wellbeing projects and assets Effectively displays precise demographic, factual, automatic and experimental data for expert and lay gatherings of people Utilizes suitable techniques for cooperating delicately, viably, and professionally with persons from assorted social, financial, instructive, racial, ethnic, and expert foundations, and persons of all ages and way of life inclinations Identifies the part of social, social, and behavioral elements in deciding the conveyance of general wellbeing/behavioral wellbeing administrations

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KAHBH Core Competencies Develops and adjusts ways to deal with issues that consider social contrasts Collaborates with group accomplices to advance the wellbeing/behavioral soundness of the populace Identifies group resources and accessible assets Describes the part of government in the conveyance of group behavioral wellbeing administrations Identifies the individual’s and organization’s obligations inside of the connection of the KAHBH Program and its center capacities Creates a society of moral gauges inside of associations and groups Helps make key values and shared vision and uses these standards to guide activity Identifies inner and outside issues that may affect conveyance of vital open behavioral wellbeing administrations (i.e., key arranging) Promotes group and hierarchical learning

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“It is critical to recollect that psychological well-being intercession is a brief and viable medicinal reaction to a bioterrorism assault. Early location, fruitful administration of setbacks, and viable medications support the public’s feeling of wellbeing and expand trust in our organizations. Since the overriding objective of terrorism is to change people’s convictions, feeling of security, and practices, emotional wellness specialists are a vital piece of arranging and responding.” Statement from the Conference Transcript: Responding to Bioterrorism: Individual and Community Needs , October 19-21, 2001

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“ Mental Health is the linchpin to a compelling reaction .” Statement from April 2005 TOPOFF 3 Exercise

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Terminology “Behavioral Health” Mental Health + Substance Abuse

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Terminology (proceeded with) All-Hazards = All-Hazards Disasters ~ Bioterrorism ~ Major Community Crises

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Examples of All-Hazards Crisis Counseling Program Services Outreach Screening and Assessment Counseling Information and Referral Public Education & Social Advocacy

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Program Limitations Medications Hospitalization Long-term Therapy Providing Childcare or Transportation Fundraising exercises Individual Advocacy Long-term Case Management

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Primarily Office-Based Focus on Diagnosis & Treatment of Mental Illness Attempt to Impact Personality & Functioning Examines Content Encourages Insight into Past Experiences & Influence on Current Problems Psychotherapeutic Focus All-Hazards Crisis Counseling and “Traditional” Behavioral Health Practice “Traditional” Practice Disaster Crisis Counseling Primarily Home & Community Based Assessment of Strengths, Adaptation & Coping Skills Seeks to Restore Pre-Disaster Functioning Accepts Content at Face Value Validates Appropriateness of Reactions and Normalizes Experience Psycho-instructive center Source : ESDRB Program Guidance, December, 1996

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The KAHBH Program takes after the FEMA/SAMHSA CMHS Crisis Counseling Program as the essential model Federal system Over 30 year history “Best Practice” broadly perceived material Collaboration between FEMA, SAMHSA CMHS, state psychological wellness power (SRS in Kansas), and neighborhood responders Community construct Focus in light of giving administrations to the overall public Includes paraprofessionals or group “heroes” as potential suppliers

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Organizations Involved in Behavioral Health Disaster Response Federal SAMHSA — S ubstance A buse M ental H ealth S ervices A dministration & CMHS — C enter for M ental H ealth S ervices FEMA — F ederal E mergency M anagement A gency State KDEM —K ansas D ept. of E mergency M anagement KDHE — K ansas D ept. of H ealth and E nvironment SRS —Kansas Dept. of S ocial and R ehabilitation S ervices Local crisis administration offices CMHC — C ommunity M ental H ealth C enters Local experts and para-experts (substance misuse experts, church, specialists/attendants, fire/police division, volunteers, and so forth.)

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The KAHBH Program is not: American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Services (ARC DMHS) ARC obliges a bosses level authorized psychological wellness expert ARC emotional well-being laborers are volunteers and don\'t get repayment for their administrations Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Model created and affirmed for utilization with specialists on call, yet frequently is connected to numerous ranges of emergency reaction, which may not be proper

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The KAHBH Program Emphasizes the significance of ALL ways to deal with all-dangers/calamity occasions Recognizes and backings joint effort between behavioral wellbeing responders and different responders taking all things together risks/debacle occasions Works to give vast association and coordination for behavioral wellbeing reaction to catastrophe and other all-perils occasions

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Regional Disaster Information

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Module 1: Disaster Classifications and Phases Wichita tornado

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Definition of a Disaster A fiasco is an undermining or happening occasion of such dange

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