Resources


Conference Materials

2012 • Expanding Mentoring in Maine

Top Ten Mentor Recruiting Tips


Conference Materials

2011 • Complexities of Trauma

Transformation: Creating a Life of Resilience

From the C1 breakout session led by Kelly Staples.

Conference Materials

2013 • Rx Generation

Translating the Research on Psychotropic Medications with Children to Clinical Practice

In this follow-up session to Thursday’s plenary, Dr. Balt provided examples from the literature to explore research protocols and the problems inherent in expanding these...

Conference Materials

2011 • Complexities of Trauma

Trauma-Informed Approach and the SAMSHA Research Project THRIVE

From the B2 breakout session led by Douglas Patrick, LCSW, Sarah Goan, MPP, and Brianne Masselli, THRIVE Counselor.

Trauma-Informed Practices in Drug Treatment Courts: Essential Approaches that Promote Safety and Success with Justice-Involved Men and Women

A webinar presentation from September 29, 2015.

Treating Your Pain Without Opioids

This pamphlet contains information about treatment alternatives to prescription opioids.

Treatment of Adolescents with Co-Occurring Disorders: The Application of Best Practice Models

From the Adolescent Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders Training Initiative, 2000—2001.

Conference Materials

2011 • Complexities of Trauma

Triage Assessment Form

From the A2 breakout session led by Magdalena Linhardt, PhD.

Conference Materials

2016 • Beyond the Basics in Suicide Prevention

Understanding, Managing, and Treating Non-Suicidal Self-Injury

One of the most challenging problems for school professionals is dealing effectively with non-suicidal self-injury. Of special concern is that self-injury has recently moved from...

Conference Materials

2016 • Beyond the Basics in Suicide Prevention

Understanding, Managing, and Treating Non-Suicidal Self-Injury

One of the most challenging problems for school professionals is dealing effectively with non-suicidal self-injury. Of special concern is that self-injury has recently moved from...

Conference Materials

2011 • Complexities of Trauma

Understanding Trauma in the Criminal Justice Population

From the C3 breakout session led by Peter Wohl, MA, LADC, CCS.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: Mental Health


Conference Materials

2016 • Beyond the Basics in Suicide Prevention

Valuable GLBT Resources

For over four decades, and in spite of reports of elevated risk of suicidal behavior for LGBT individuals, little attention has been given to this...

Voices of Reform: Courtney A.

Courtney lost custody of her two sons because of her substance use disorder. But instead of sitting in a jail cell, she received treatment and...

Wellness & Recovery Resources | SAMHS

A list of social clubs, club houses, peer support centers, and self-help groups throughout the state of Maine, provided by the Maine Office of Substance...

Conference Materials

2016 • HOPE Conference

Wellness for Work: WRAP® for Work

This workshop will provide attendees with an overview of how to approach the topic of wellness during their supervision time. Participants will leave with a...

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)

The Wellness Recovery Action Plan® or WRAP®, is a self-designed prevention and wellness process that anyone can use to get well, stay well and make...

Conference Materials

2016 • HOPE Conference

Words Have Power

A huge part of our humanity revolves around our ability to support and empower each other. Whether it’s another person in recovery, or just someone...

Conference Materials

2014 • Beyond the Basics in Suicide Prevention

Working Together: Law Enforcement and Mental Health/Crisis Services

This timely discussion will highlight effective models of collaboration between local law enforcement and the regional crisis teams in their areas. Representatives from the Waterville,...

Conference Materials

2013 • Beyond the Basics in Suicide Prevention

Working with Chronically Suicidal Clients is Not as Hard as You Think – Honest!

Chronically suicidal clients are often blamed for their behavior, most frequently because of the frustration of the people caring for them. This frustration is certainly...