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1 Behavioral Health Training Institute for Health Officials Request for Applications In collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Center for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support (CSTLTS), the National Council for Behavioral Health (National Council) is pleased to announce the Behavioral Health Training Institute for Health Officials. Through a Request for Application (RFA) process, up to 40 public and behavioral health officials will be selected to participate in this eight-month initiative. Selected health officials will gain direct access to training and technical assistance opportunities related to pertinent behavioral health topics, including but not limited to: Integrated public health and behavioral health. Addressing health disparities. Evidence-based/informed interventions. Building and/or enhancing cross-sector partnerships between public health and behavioral health. Program Overview From December 2018 through July 2019, participants in the Behavioral Health Training Institute for Health Officials program will participate in one introductory webinar, one two-day in-person training and NatCon19 and will have access to additional ongoing trainings and resources. The two-day in-person training (March 23-24, 2019) will precede NatCon19 from March 25-27, 2019, in Nashville, Tenn. Program participants will also be granted the opportunity to attend NatCon19 for FREE thanks to support from the CDC, the National Council will cover travel, lodging expenses and conference registration fees for selected program participants. In order to inform the technical assistance and resources offered throughout the program, applicants will be asked to complete a behavioral health training and technical assistance needs assessment as part of the application process. Up to 40 public health and behavioral health officials, including individuals and paired teams, will be selected to participate in this program. Program Expectations and Requirements Participants must be available to participate in at least 80 percent of the following program activities: One Behavioral Health Training Institute orientation webinar (Wednesday, January 9, 2019, from 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. ET).* Up to four optional conference calls to network with peer health officials, hear from subject matter experts and exchange ideas and information related to behavioral health efforts. These calls will be held every other month beginning in January/February Specific dates are to be determined based on availability. One two-day in-person training preceding NatCon19 in Nashville, Tenn.* o The two-day in-person training institute (Saturday, March 23 Sunday, March 24, 2019) will include: An interactive training to provide mental health tools to health officials using the Mental Health First Aid curriculum.

2 An intensive behavioral health training institute in collaboration with NCSL and select state legislators and legislative staff focused on the systems, challenges and opportunities facing public health and behavioral health jurisdictions around the country. Networking event: Public and behavioral health officials, state legislators and legislative staff and leaders from across the health care field. NOTE: The National Council will collaborate with NCSL on the two-day inperson training institute, during which health officials will be joined by up to 30 selected state legislators and/or legislative staff. o FREE access to NatCon19, March 25-27, 2019, in Nashville, Tenn. Conference programming for public and behavioral health official program participants, including the Population Health conference track workshop sessions. Access to the public/behavioral health headquarters a space reserved exclusively for health officials to facilitate networking and sharing among peers. Access to ground-breaking Conference speakers. Past NatCon speakers include: Dr. Brené Brown, Social scientist and best-selling author Hillary Clinton, American politician Dr. Nora Volkow, brain science pioneer Dr. Tom Insel, Top Neurologist and former National Institute of Mental Health director Dr. Vivek Murthy, former U.S. surgeon general Patrick Kennedy, former congressman (RI) Additional topic-specific webinars will be available to program participants based on state- or jurisdiction-specific needs and concerns identified by health officials. Health officials will receive a monthly virtual survey to solicit any ad hoc, tailored training and technical assistance needs they may have. *NOTE: Participation in these activities is MANDATORY. The estimated time commitment for participation in this program for eight months is roughly hours (introductory webinar, two-day in-person training, NatCon19, webinars, conference calls and resource sharing). More information about NatCon19 is available at Travel, lodging expenses and conference registration for the in-person training (March 23-24, 2019) and NatCon19 (March 25-27, 2019) will be covered for program participants by the National Council.* *NOTE: In order for the National Council to cover a participant s travel, lodging and conference registration expenses, attendance at the two-day preconference in-person training is MANDATORY. Participants will be required to verify participation in the two-day preconference training. Applicant Eligibility This opportunity is open to any public health official of a state, tribal, territorial or local governmental public health agency. Public health officials who have previously participated are not eligible to apply for program participation. Interested behavioral health agencies must apply in partnership with an official from the public health department/agency within their jurisdiction.

3 Public health officials are the chief health officials or highest ranking employee with administrative and managerial authority for health agencies. According to the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), the state or territorial health official is the highest level at a state public health agency, and most often have titles such as state health official, state health secretary or commissioner of health. The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) defines local health officials (LHOs) as the top executives at a local health department (LHD) who are responsible for the overall administration of the LHD. Local health department top executives have many different titles across the United States such as director, health officer, nurse manager, health commissioner and others. The top agency executive is defined as the highest ranking employee with administrative and managerial authority at the level of the LHD. Behavioral health officials are eligible to apply only in partnership with a public health official from the public health department/agency within their jurisdiction. Behavioral health officials are identified as executive-level professionals with a behavioral health agency/organization providing direct services to individuals with mental illnesses and/or addictions. The behavioral health agency must be located in the same jurisdiction as the public health department/agency with which they are applying. Public health officials may apply as an individual or as a team in partnership with a health official from a partnering behavioral health agency within their jurisdiction. Preference will be given to team applications with one public health official and one behavioral health official. Application Submission All applications are due by 11:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday, December 12, 2018, and must be submitted online through the following link: The application is expected to take an average of minutes to complete. Selected applicants will be notified on or before Friday, December 21, Questions about the application or this initiative? Contact Margaret Jaco Manecke at

4 Part I. Demographics Public Health Official First and Last Name Credentials Job Title Public Health Department/Agency Physical Address (City, State, Zip Code) Address Phone # Behavioral Health Training Institute for Health Officials Application Questions Submit final application online at: Have you or someone else from your agency participated in this program before? Please select your US HHS Region. Y/N If yes, please provide the past participants name: Region I: CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT Region VI: AR, LA, NM, OK, TX Region II: NJ, NY, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands Region VII: IA, KS, MO, NE Region III: DE, DC, MD, PA, VA, WV Region VIII: CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY Region IV: AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, TN Region IX: AZ, CA, HI, NV and the six U.S. Associated Pacific Jurisdictions Region V: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI Region X: AK, ID, OR, WA *NOTE: Public health officials are eligible to apply for this opportunity as individual applicants OR as paired team applications in collaboration with their counterpart from a behavioral health organization within their jurisdiction. Applicants who are applying as paired teams in conjunction with a behavioral health official should provide their counterpart s contact information below. Responses to the short answer questions in Part III of this application should be reflective of both health officials. Public health officials applying as individual applicants can skip the next section and go directly to Part II. Partnering Behavioral Health Official Point of Contact (optional) First and Last Name Credentials Job Title Behavioral Health Organization/Agency Physical Address (City, State, Zip Code) Address Phone #

5 Part II. Assessment This section will help inform the institute curriculum and the in-person behavioral health training for health officials on March 24, We would like to know more about what content would make this training institute most useful to you and your agency. What types of behavioral health (mental health and/or substance use disorders) treatment and supportive services are currently provided within your department s scope of services? (this should include direct service provision as well as via referrals to other providers) What are your agency s top priorities? (please select up to 5) What challenges or barriers do your agency face in addressing the mental health and/or substance use disorder treatment needs within your jurisdiction? (200 word limit) Mental health treatment Substance use screening Substance use disorder treatment Substance use disorder rehabilitation programs Social services Crisis intervention Inpatient services Mutual support groups and peer-run services At home through telebehavioral or home-based services School-based services Other, please specify Administration Chronic disease Improving consumer health Infectious disease All-hazards preparedness and response Health data Environmental protection Quality of health services Injury prevention Health laboratory Vital statistics Mental health Substance use/abuse Technology Other, please specify

6 Please select the top five behavioral health topic areas that you need addressed through participation in this program AND briefly describe what you d like to know more about related to the topic(s) selected. Behavioral Health Topic Area Would you like to learn more about this topic? (Y/N) Briefly describe what specifically you d like to know more about related to the topic selected. (50 word maximum) Advancing cross-state agency partnerships to address challenges Parity and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (e.g., federal policies/funding streams that impact behavioral health care including ACA, parity, block grants, etc.) Behavioral health state of the state (e.g., state payment and delivery reforms, relevant state-based behavioral health financing structures) Substance use treatment legislative and policy update and enforcement (e.g., current issues in the treatment of opioid treatment disorders) Future trends in behavioral health (mental health and substance use treatment) Collaborative care: An evidence-based treatment for behavioral health conditions in primary care Why integration? The impact of integrating behavioral health and primary care Building a trauma-informed nation: Moving the conversation into action (e.g., adverse childhood experiences, implications for behavioral health, wellness and prevention, trauma-informed care, trauma-resilient communities) Workforce development: Building behavioral health capacity among public health workforce Adopting technology: Trends and landscape of behavioral health information technologies (e.g., rural and telehealth) Financial and operational functions of community behavioral health organizations (CBHOs) Types of coverage (e.g., state and federal exchanges, Medicare, Medicaid, prescription benefits, public assistance, transportation assistance) Use of epidemiological data for surveillance and appropriate delivery of services Role of behavioral health systems within a public health model Family inclusion principles and trauma-informed approaches

7 Part III. Short Answer. 1. Why are you interested in participating in this Behavioral Health Training Institute for Health Officials program? (400 word limit) 2. What do you hope to gain from participating in this program? (250 word limit) 3. Please describe any existing collaborations/partnerships you currently have and/or wish to have with community behavioral health providers. Please include description(s) of any projects/initiatives that could be leveraged to support organizational change. If you do not currently have existing collaborations/partnerships, please indicate any plans/ideas you have related to establishing such. (250 word limit) Question #4 for paired team applications only: 4. What enhanced/improved partnership opportunities between your respective agencies do you anticipate by participating in this program? (250 word limit) Part IV. Participation Checklist and Applicant Confirmation. We d like each participant (or partnering team members) to commit to participating in at least 80 percent of the outlined program activities. Please select all of the activities you will participate in if selected. Introductory webinar for health officials: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 from 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. ET* Up to four topic-specific webinars: Dates and topics TBD based on participant needs and availability Up to four conference calls: Specific dates TBD based on participant availability (Doodle poll to follow) In-person pre-conference training: Saturday, March 23, 2019: Mental Health Tools for Public Health Training* Sunday, March 24, 2019: Public/Behavioral Health Integration Training Institute* and networking event with state legislators and staff NatCon19, which will feature a customized population health track for health officials and renowned expert speakers. Monday, March 25, 2019: Day 1, NatCon19 Tuesday, March 26, 2019: Day 2, NatCon19 (continued) Wednesday, March 27, 2019: Day 3, NatCon19 (continued), ends by 1 p.m. Behavioral Health Training Institute for Health Officials filesharing website. Which will include a resource library, regular posting of latest and greatest news and tools in behavioral health, and access to National Council webinars customized to meet the identified needs of health officials. *NOTE: Participation in these activities is MANDATORY.

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