Jeremy Countryman

Master Your Personal Narrative: Storytelling As A Leadership Tool

Many in the peer support and recovery community are familiar with the idea of sharing one’s story in a personal recovery context. But what else can your story do? Join The CAFÉ TA Center in its new training series, Master Your Personal Narrative: Storytelling As A Leadership Tool, as we broaden the idea of the …

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A Focus 2.0 on Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Planning

The latest edition of the Focus 2.0 newsletter is here! This time we take a look at disaster preparedness. Natural disasters can be traumatizing experiences that create real challenges for people in recovery from serious mental health conditions. The good news is that by making disaster prep part of your personal recovery plan, you can …

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CAFE TAC Presents: So You’re Ready to Work, Now What?

The CAFÉ TA Center invites you to participate in its new interactive employment training series, So You’re Ready to Work, Now What? The first session is scheduled for Tuesday, October 11 at Noon ET / 9 AM PT. Register here! Finding and maintaining employment is an essential part of recovery and life in the community …

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A Focus 2.0 on Mental Health and the Working World

Check out the latest edition of CAFE TAC’s Focus 2.0 newsletter! This edition is all about employment, with discussion of the barriers that people with mental health conditions face in finding and retaining meaningful work, and information about a new campaign from The Campaign for Disability Employment intended to address the challenge. We also share …

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Supporting Employees With Mental Health Conditions

Given the reality that 1 in 4 American adults will experience a mental health condition in a given year, accommodating and accounting for employees with mental health needs is something that no employer can avoid. In this new guide, Supporting Employees With Mental Health Conditions, CAFE TAC shares resources to help employers understand mental illness …

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A Webinar and Learning Community Series on Peer-Run Crisis Alternatives

CAFÉ TAC invites you to attend its webinar and Learning Community series, Peer-Run Crisis Alternatives: Warm Lines, Respites, Wellness Centers, Community Response Teams, and PAD’s.  Register here! Mental health systems of care are rapidly evolving to include expanded roles for peer- and consumer-run services, and this trend is especially prevalent in crisis response. In this …

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Join a Conversation about Intellectual and Developmental Disabilites and Mental Health Disabilities

The CAFÉ TA Center invites you to join a conversation that will explore the intersection of psychiatric disabilities and intellectual or developmental disabilities, including common experiences and priorities, and ways to develop a shared vision of person-centered systems of care. This conversation began with a webinar that was hosted on March 30. View the recording …

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A Focus on The National Supported Education Database Survey

The latest edition of CAFE TAC’s Focus 2.0 newsletter is here! This time, we share some information on the ongoing National Supported Education Database survey that CAFE TAC is working on along with its partner national consumer and consumer-supporter TA centers. Not sure what supported education is or how it works? You can find a …

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The National Supported Education Database Survey

CAFE TAC and its fellow national consumer and consumer-supporter TA centers are working together to create a database of supported education programs, and we’re asking for your help! Do you operate a program that provides dedicated supported education services for individuals with psychiatric disabilities/mental illness? Please complete our survey at https://pitt.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_71fqLc9gJzVbrvg. Do you know of …

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