behavioral health training

Behavioral Health & CCBHCs

Whole Health. Trauma Informed. Outcome Driven Care.

Behavioral Health Service Delivery is Changing

Are you effectively managing and treating your high cost, high risk, complex clients?


Service Coordination

Treat the whole person through collaboration.


Evidence Based Practices

Use the best practices in service delivery.


Prevent Rehospitalizations

Manage risk of harm with improved screening.

The Opioid Epidemic

Prevention and treatment – not criminalization – are the keys

US Opioid Map

Healthcare reform continues to place fighting addiction as a priority

The opioid epidemic has garnered national attention due to its significant impact on communities. We have seen an increase in fatalities, rising healthcare costs and families torn apart.  When combined with other substances, the impact of abuse and addiction on American lives is staggering.

As more education and information is being shared about the biology and nature of addiction, funders and lawmakers alike are viewing this through the lens of a health issue rather than a criminal issue.  All types of healthcare organizations and staff, not those that are just addiction focused, need education and skills to understand and effectively work to fight this epidemic.

Trauma Informed Care

Improved whole health outcomes includes assessing and treating trauma

Trauma is more common than we think

ACEs and other studies have taught us that people with a history of trauma have poorer health outcomes across multiple domains. Effectively assessing and treating those with a history of abuse and trauma impacts behavioral and physical health conditions.

Trauma-Informed Care involves a paradigm shift and an organizational change at all levels. Managers and leaders need effective communication skills and change management strategies to guide and support staff.

Trauma Informed Care

Integrated Care

Effectively treating complex clients requires whole health care and strategic leadership

Integrated Care

Integrated care is the future of healthcare. And the future is now.

Behavioral health and primary care providers know that to effectively treat those you serve, you must have new skills and competencies. Working together to treat above the neck AND below the neck requires a shift in thinking and care coordination. 

Successful organizations have managers who can train staff in new skills and change how care is provided. Leaders of these organizations create strategic partnerships with other providers and help shape the future of healthcare.

Suicide Prevention

Ensuring the safety of those in your care is a priority

Zero suicide rate is an achievable goal

More people die from suicide every year than from automobile accidents, close to 40,000 suicide deaths in the US annually. Many of those who attempt saw a healthcare professional prior to the attempt.

This is a public health issue and human services organizations are in the position to significantly impact these numbers. Ensuring your staff have the skills, tools and support needed to appropriately assess for and treat suicidal ideation is key to preventing suicide for those in your care.

Suicide Prevention

Master Compliance

Simplify the delivery, tracking, and reporting of mandatory training.

Business Challenges

Create a system that delivers, manages, and tracks regulatory requirements. This frees up time for other initiatives that drive performance and clinical outcomes.

Mandatory Training

Get the training you need on regulatory topics from subject matter experts. Then, deliver it seamlessly to your employees, regardless of location or shift.

Policies and Procedures

Save time, money, and paper by uploading, assigning, reviewing, and reporting on P&Ps, including version control.

Tracking and Reporting

Access the information you need during a survey or audit in 3 simple steps.

Prepare for the Future of Behavioral Health

Changing is coming; Relias can help you get ready

The behavioral healthcare environment continues to evolve, making it critical for organizations to look beyond compliance and basic competency standards.

Relias helps organizations rise to today’s challenges in several ways:

Develop and Retain Your Best Employees

The RLMS allows organizations to create custom onboarding that aligns with their mission and delivers relevant and engaging training to new hires. The end result is a higher and more consistent quality of care. Read more

Value-Based Performance Management

Data analytics help organizations measurably improve care and reduce costs by identifying and addressing high-risk cases proactively. This allows organizations to increase the overall healthcare value of the services they provide. Read more

Stay on Top of Change

The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) demonstration is one example of the ways in which behavioral healthcare could change. Relias stands ready to help organizations prepare for changes in the way care is delivered to our most vulnerable populations. Read more


Comprehensive Service Delivery

We're More Than a Training Vendor. We're Your Learning Partner

Discover how behavioral health organizations are using Relias Learning to impact the lives of those they serve.

McClendon Center

Track Your Learners and Increase Retention

"One of the problems we were having with our old training system is that folks didn't really retain the information. They would sign off that they completed it, but we couldn't tell that they completed it. It was also hard to track."

Hear Michael's Story

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Save Time on Staff Training

"Before the online learning it took us about 3 to 4 days to complete all of the training curriculum and they were taught by our executives which tied us up for 3 or 4 days every month."

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Introduction to Bipolar and Depressive Disorders in Adults
Covers Depressive and Bipolar Disorders in adults and best practices including providing support, therapy, and medications.
Florida Laws and Rules
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Compassion Fatigue and Satisfaction
Discusses compassion fatigue, secondary traumatic stress, and burnout in a trauma-informed setting, as well as how to practice self-care and mindfulness.
A Clinician’s Tale: How Do I Provide the Best Treatment for Young Children with Disruptive Behaviors
This webinar is designed to help clinicians (i.e., licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, licensed psychologists and other licensed
Introduction to Case Management Basics
Discusses the basics of case management, its foundational skills, and the roles, processes, and standards associated with case management work.
HIV and AIDS - Florida Laws
This course will cover HIV/AIDS and the Florida laws that relate to the care you provide.
Workplace Violence Prevention
This webinar will help participants look at the environmental, procedural and personal dynamic that lead to workplace violence.
The Two Most Common Forms of Workplace Violence: Hostile Encounters and Domestic Violence
This program will emphasize the most common forms of workplace violence.
Beating Workplace Violence: Assess, Defend, and Survive
We address how to determine the likelihood and severity of a threat, how to secure your workplace and active shooter response protocols.
Bullying Prevention and Intervention
Examines the effects of bullying, prevention techniques, and corresponding programs and treatment options.

Sample Course

February 13 , 2017

Health and Human Services Children, Youth and Families Behavioral Health

Infusion of Culturally Responsive Practices

Delivering cultural competent care is more than a requirement; it’s a clinical best practice. This is one of many courses to help meet those regulations.

Fact Sheet

February 02 , 2017

Payers Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health 101 for Emergency Department Physicians and Staff

Are you and your Emergency Department prepared to care for patients with Behavioral Health conditions?