Mental Health Groups activities
DCH CURRICULUM TRAINING, offered by Sanilac County Mental Health, is a program developed by the Michigan Department of Mental Health (DCH). The curriculum includes eight classes designed for persons providing direct care in community residential settings. All eight classes are required for CMH program staff, AFC home staff employed in specialized residential homes, and SIP home staff.
Please complete a separate registration form for each person attending. Submit by the date indicated ~
CERTIFIED PHYSICAL INTERVENTIONS TRAINING is a certifiable Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training program that has been added to the DCH Curriculum Training program at no additional cost. This 8 hour class will be offered outside of the DCH curriculum. In addition, Sanilac CMH will be offering a refresher 3 hour class. For those staff that may not need these intense trainings, a less intense training entitled Proactive Intervention is included in the below links.
RECIPIENT RIGHTS PROCEDURES/INITIAL TRAINING provisions of the Mental Health Code and our contract with your organization require that persons providing consumer services obtain Recipient Rights training within 30 days of employment and annually thereafter. See link for schedule and training options along with materials.
CPR, BASIC FIRST AID, MEDICATIONS & RECIPIENT RIGHTS PROCEDURES REFRESHER CLASSES ~ See below links for schedules, registration and payment information.
If you are planning to attend the training sessions, select from the below links for registration forms. Submit payment made payable to Sanilac County Community Mental Health and return registration to Sanilac County Community Mental Health Authority, 227 E. Sanilac Avenue, Sandusky, MI 48471, attention Training & Marketing Coordinator.