Mid Shore Behavioral Health, Inc.
Trainings & Events
The Mid-Shore is
GOING PURPLE TOGETHER
Since 2000 MSBH has coordinated a September recovery month collaborative Go Purple event we call The Mid-Shore is Going Purple Together! Planned with leadership from each of the five county health departments (the Mid Shore Planning Collaborative, or MSPC), we had a blast promoting recovery with the 2023 Fourth Annual Mid-Shore is Going Purple Together event last September in Kent County. To be notified early of our 2024 event, be sure to sign up for our bi-weekly newsletter, the Steering Wheel, by contacting us at email@example.com.
The purpose of The Mid-Shore is Going Purple Together is to demonstrate that the mid-shore stands united against substance misuse, abuse, and overdose. Together, we can educate our community about substance use prevention and available resources. Together, we will save lives, because we know that help is available and recovery is possible.
Friday, April 21st, 2024
Across the Lifespan (ATL) conference
The 13th Annual Across the Lifespan Conference will be held on Friday, April 19th, 2024. This free conference provides free social work continuing education credits, a continental breakfast, and lunch. Registration is required as seating is limited.
EVENTS & TRAININGS
The Sequential Intercept Mapping Model (SIM) details how individuals with mental and substance use disorders come into contact with and move through the criminal justice system. The SIM helps communities identify resources and gaps in services at each intercept and develop local strategic action plans. The SIM mapping process brings together leaders and different agencies and systems to work together to identify strategies to divert people with mental and substance use disorders away from the justice system into treatment. Learn about the SIM Intercepts.
Register now for the 10th Annual SIM Conference scheduled for Friday, November 3rd, 2023.
Kevin Hines: Art of Wellness Video Series
In honor of National Suicide Prevention Month , Mid Shore Behavioral Health, Inc., Channel Marker, and Anne Arundel County’s Department of Health and Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency are released the “Kevin Hines: The Art of Wellness” video series. This seven-part series features Kevin Hines sharing his story of long-term struggle with mental health leading to his suicide attempt off the Golden Gate Bridge. In each video, Hines provides mental health tips and information, followed by a panel of local behavioral health experts discussing resources for mental health.
The Caliber Awards is an annual event honoring the work of local organizations and individuals for their contributions to the public behavioral health system in the mid-shore region. Four (4) main awards are presented, including: Achieving Excellence through Effective Programming, Achieving Excellence through the Empowerment of Consumers, Achieving Excellence through Interagency and Community Collaboration, and Lifetime Achievement. Special Recognitions are also awarded.