The course is designed for county staff and tribes who work with the Behavioral Health Funds (BHF) including: Case Aides, CD assessors, Social Workers, CCDTF Coordinators, and Supervisors.
Offered monthly, this class is designed for Minnesota State Counties and Native Americans Tribal Reservations staff that will be working with the Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) to establish service agreements for Client Placement Authorizations (CPA) and how to enter an mini “OO” span for clients who choose Direct Access to have service and who are eligible for Behavioral Health Funds for Substance Use Disorder Treatment.
The Behavioral Health Division has several self-paced online learning modules available. Register and complete the modules in the TrainLink learning center. Select “Course Search/Online Learning” to choose from a category or view all available modules. All users must register to access courses. After registration, learners can start, pause, stop and revisit the modules at any time. We ask that users only take a course once if they plan on using it towards any of their board requirements. Upon completion, you may go back at any time to review or refresh your knowledge of the materials.
Important Reminder: all online trainings must be completed within 3 months of the start date.
The Substance Use Screening module is actually the last chapter of the Mental Health Diagnostic Assessment 101 online learning module - if you've already taken that training, then this is just a repeat of the same materials. This module is short in duration, and covers the Substance Use Screenings. This independent module specifically focuses on: