TRAININGS & RESOURCES
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As part of Connections for Health's response to COVID-19, we created a user-friendly Food Resource Guide with information on 73 food providers across our region. Using data provided by UNH Cooperative Extension in its online NH Food Access Map, the index of the Food Resource Guide includes for each provider the days and hours of operation, food offered, availability of delivery and pick-up, location, and contact information.
For each of the three region's sub-divisions (Strafford County, seacoast Rockingham County, and central Rockingham County) there is also a calendar that makes it easy to see where and when people can find resources each day of the week. Also in the guide is a link to an interactive Google Map of all organizations listed so directions to any are easily located.
The information in this guide is subject to change; please contact food providers directly for current information.
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Community Resource Network Manual
A comprehensive list of community resource agencies
Connections for Health (CfH, formerly Region Six IDN) is committed to transforming the delivery of integrated care (clinical and non-clinical) to Medicaid members throughout our region. Our investments aim to build capacity to improve and sustain population health and wellness.
Connections for Health initiates scholarship opportunities and responds to requests to provide financial support for conferences and training identified by partner organizations that meet these shared objectives:
Building Agency & Network Capacity to Deliver High Quality Integrated Care
Transform Systems to Sustain Integrated Care Practices
Enhance Readiness for Alternative Payment Models
The Scholarship Request Form is intended to balance a low-burden process with assisting our Operations Team to demonstrate that funding authorization decisions meet basic standards of fairness and equity whilst meeting the above stated shared objectives.
To request a scholarship, please download, complete, and submit the Scholarship Request Form.
Current Training Opportunities
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Core Integration Trainings for Multi-Disciplinary CoreTeams (scheduled offerings listed above)
Ongoing Core Integration Training Resources
Safer/Competent Opioid Prescribing Education (SCOPE of Pain). Boston University School of Medicine. Webinar.
Billing and Coding for Integrated Behavioral Health Programming
SBIRT: Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral for Treatment
NH experts offering SBIRT training and technical support. Connections for Health supports partner training – contact us for help with funding, if needed, for group or individual training. https://sbirtnh.org/training-online-resources/
SCOPE of Pain: Safe/Competent Opiod Prescribing Education
FREE online training with CMEs for providers and nurses.
SCOPE of Pain is a series of continuing medical education/continuing nursing education activities designed to help you safely and effectively manage patients with acute and/or chronic pain, when appropriate, with opioid analgesics. The program consists of a free 2-module, case-based online activity and live conferences held around the US.
Find a Mental Health First Aid Course
Mental Health First Aid is a course that teaches you how to help someone who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge. The training helps you identify, understand and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses.
NH Department of Health and Human Services – Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services
2020 Training Schedule
Organizations Offering Training
Offers a listing of NHADACA training as well as those offered by other organizations
Online training library
Recovery supports training and events calendar
Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral to Treatment trainings