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CTI Spotlight: Rachel Hopkins and Shane Hurst (Podcast)

In this installment of our podcast series, CTI Spotlights, we talk with Rachel Hopkins and Shane Hurst, LMFT and of Weber Human Services in Ogden, Utah. Rachel works as the Managed Care Case Management Supervisor and Shane as the Clinical Quality Supervisor. Weber Human Services serves the populations of Weber and Morgan Counties and is organized

CTI Spotlight: Rhonda Herndon and Sonja Haughton

In this installment of our podcast series, CTI Spotlights, we interview Rhonda Herndon (Practice Manager) and Sonja Haughton (Clinical Team Leader) of the CTI program at The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD in Houston, Texas. The Harris Center is a collaborator in a county-wide Mental Health Jail Diversion Program that is the result

CTI Featured at Conference in Lima, Peru

The RedeAmericas Conference was held on July 12-13, 2017 to launch the second phase of a regional mental health research hub under the leadership of Rubén Alvarado (O’Higgins University, Chile). At the conference, membership expanded from the original five countries to include four new ones. Sarah Conover (Director, CTI Global Network) led discussions about helpful online tools

CTI Presentation at Next Week’s NAEH Conference

CACTI collaborator Ben Noll of Friendship Place will present on CTI at the 2017 National Conference on Ending Homelessness hosted by the National Alliance to End Homelessness. Noll’s presentation is part of a workshop entitled Ensuring Housing Stability After Homelessness, scheduled for Wednesday morning of the three-day conference, which opens Monday, July 17th in Washington,

CTI to be Featured in Upcoming UK Conference

On July 4th and 5th, Alex Smith of Changing Lives and Michael Corbishley of SHP will present on “Preventing homelessness: How can the US model of a Critical Time Intervention approach apply in England?” at the 2017 Homeless Link annual conference in Hinckley, England, entitled Under One Roof. Smith and Corbishley recently returned from a visit to the US sponsored by the Oak Foundation, during which they learned from homelessness organizations that are implementing the CTI model. They will

North Country Health Consortium Hosts CTI Kick-off Event in New Hampshire

On Thursday, June 1st, the North Country Health Consortium hosted a CTI kick-off event in Plymouth, New Hampshire – marking the launch of an effort to roll-out multiple CTI programs as part of the state’s DSRIP-funded Medicaid waiver program. CACTI Director Dan Herman presented an overview of the model and provided guidance on key implementation issues. In attendance

CACTI Partner Jeff Olivet Speaks at NIMH Conference

CACTI partner Jeff Olivet, CEO of the Center for Social Innovation, spoke at a conference on Transformative Opportunities for Solving the Grand Challenges in Global Mental Health sponsored by the NIMH Office for Research on Disparities and Global Mental Health and Grand Challenges Canada. The two-day meeting took place in Bethesda, MD, on May 8 and 9, and was attended by

CTI Highlighted at Conference in Lima, Peru

CTI was the topic of several talks at the “Early Intervention in First Episode Psychoses” conference at the Peruvian Ministry of Health on April 27, 2017. The presentations by Ezra Susser (Director, Columbia University Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program), Lawrence Yang (New York University), and Sarah Conover (Director, CTI Global Network) all focused on the first

CTI Spotlight: Lisa Johnson

In this installment of our podcast series, CTI Spotlights, we interview Lisa Johnson. Lisa Johnson is the Breaking Barriers Program Manager at Brilliant Corners in Los Angeles. Breaking Barriers is a 24-month rapid rehousing pilot program that provides housing, case management, and employment services to adults on felony probation who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Cornerstone Program for Transition-Age Youth and Young Adults

Cornerstone is a psychosocial program for youth transitioning to adulthood with serious mental health conditions. The program builds upon evidence-based practices to provide a consistent touchstone for young people during this developmental and systemic transition. With support from the National Institute of Mental Health, the program is currently being tested for feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary