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There will be a Mental Health First Aid course on 02/28 in Montgomery- #public #knowledge #mentalhealth

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Help Me Grow Alabama: Connecting parents to services that help their children- #ddservices #guide

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Apply for an open Psychologist position with Region 5 DD Services in Wetumpka-

Doctorate degree in Psychology, plus experience (24 months or more) in psychological work and administration.

Possession of or eligibility for licensure as issued by the Alabama Board of Examiners in Psychology.

#ADMHjobs #psychologist #Wetumpka

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Reminder: 2017 DisABILITY Conference starts on Sunday, 2/26 in Montgomery-

Alabama's most comprehensive conference for those affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities, and those who are leaders in the field. New this year, the conference is in Montgomery to make it easier for advocates of all kinds to visit their lawmakers while learning new information and navigating vital resources. Those invited to attend include self-advocates, parents, caregivers, direct care professionals, agency leaders, lawmakers and service providers.

#ability #DDResources #Montgomery

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Apply for open Licensed Practical Nurse positions with Taylor Hardin Secure Medical Facility in Tuscaloosa-

Graduation from a standard senior high school and graduation from a state approved school of practical nurse education. NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Possession of certification of registration as a Practical Nurse issued by the Alabama Board of Nursing.

#ADMHjobs #LPN #Tuscaloosa

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There is a Mental Health First Aid course on 02/24 in Troy-

Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The training helps you identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.

#public #knowledge #mentalhealth

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Reminder- There is a training coming up on Friday, 2/24 in Montgomery about Working with Deaf Consumers with Behavior Disorders and/or Mental Illness-

This course will include a discussion of barriers that deaf/hard of hearing individuals face and unique characteristics of the population, best practice related to clinical approaches, interpreter strategies and techniques, behavior modifications and approaches for deaf and hard of hearing individuals and an exploration of resources available.

#DeafServices #mentalhealth #Montgomery

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Apply for an open Specialist position with Region 5 Deaf Services in Birmingham-

Master’s degree in a human services field with considerable experience (48 months or more) working with deaf individuals in a human service setting, OR current permanent status (24 months or more) as a Mental Health Specialist II working with deaf individuals in a human service setting.

Must have near native-level signing skills equal to Advanced Plus level or higher of signing skills in American Sign Language (ASL) as measured by the Sign Language Proficiency Interview (SLPI). Must have a valid driver’s license to operate a vehicle in the State of Alabama.

#ADMHjobs #ASL #Birmingham

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In an Alabama jail, pregnant addicts find little sympathy and less treatment- #treatment #Alabama
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