On March 6, March 13th and March 20th from 2-5 EST Bebe Smith, LCSW and Carolyn Hanesworth, PhD, LCSW will be team up again to teach the Critical Time Intervention Train the Trainer Course, in affiliation with the Center for the Advancement of Critical Time Intervention. Bebe’s expertise is with populations experiencing psychiatric illness, and Carolyn’s background
Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research has published a systematic review of 13 experimental and quasi-experimental studies of CTI’s effectiveness. Led by Dr. Jennifer Manuel of the University of Connecticut, the review concludes that CTI demonstrated a consistent positive impact on two primary outcomes–reduced homelessness and increased service engagement use–among different populations and contexts studied.
Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research has published a systematic review of 13 experimental and quasi-experimental studies of CTI’s effectiveness. Led by Dr. Jennifer Manuel of the University of Connecticut, the review concludes that CTI demonstrated a consistent positive impact on two primary outcomes–reduced homelessness and increased service engagement use–among different populations and contexts
On July 7, The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) announced the launch its statewide CTI implementation designed to connect people preparing for discharge from a psychiatric inpatient setting to services and supports in their home communities. This program is key to the Department advancing in its efforts to implement the State’s Ten-Year Mental Health Plan. A partnership among Designated Receiving
Are you an experienced trainer and CTI practitioner? Join our Director of CTI Global Network, Sally Conover, and CACTI Consultant, Carolyn Hanesworth, for our Fall 2021 Train-the-Trainer! This year’s training will be held via Zoom over three days: November 3rd, 10th, and 17th from 1-4pm EST. Attendance for all three training sessions is required. Event
Last week, CACTI Consultant and Trainer, Carolyn Hanesworth, presented at the National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH) Ending Homelessness: A Virtual Conference with Amber Freeman, Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator from the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH) and Randy Grant, Program Manager at New Reach, a nonprofit in Connecticut that has implemented CTI-Rapid Rehousing.
A SAMHSA sponsored webinar presented by the National Alliance on Mental Illness and conducted by Critical Time Intervention consultant and trainer, Bebe Smith, will take place Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 2:00pm Eastern Time called “Improving Access to Care: Critical Time Intervention to Help Transition People with Mental Illness out of Homelessness and Incarceration.” The
Nineteen people participated in a two-day CTI Train-the-Trainer (TTT) event that was held in New York City this past November and led by Sally Conover, CTI Global Network director, and Carolyn Hanesworth, CACTI consultant. They represented nine agencies in six states from Arizona to Tennessee. One participant, who had implemented CTI for people with mental
A recent paper published in Cadernos de Saude Publica describes challenges and lessons learned in this study of CTI-TS (task shifting). From 2014 to 2017, 110 people with psychosis were recruited at the time of entry into community mental health centers in Rio de Janeiro and Santiago. Trial participants were randomly assigned to receive usual
Homelessness Prevention and Intervention in Social Work, a new textbook published by Springer, includes a chapter on CTI by Carolyn Hanesworth and Dan Herman. The book, edited by Heather Larkin, Amanda Aykanian, and Calvin Streeter, is intended to be an accessible resource for clinicians and community practitioners seeking current knowledge on the topic, practical approaches