Mobile Crisis Emergency Response Outreach Service Provider Workforce Development and Training
Harm reduction are public health policies designed to reduce the negative social and physical consequences of various human behaviors, both legal and illegal. ForensicCI.com utilizes the art and science of applying scientific knowledge to practical harm reduction strategies.
ForensicCI.com also prepares individuals for roles in Mobile Crisis Emergency Outreach Response Units. Peer Service providers serve as team members by responding to public health emergencies, including:
- Street outreach, engagement, and “sidewalk therapy” (or peer coaching/mentoring).
- Crisis intervention and assessment evaluations.
- Clinical case management, as needed (typically, assist, consult and work with partner agency staff regarding patient-client situations.)
- Advocacy (eg. court consultations, benefits eligibility and advocacy, emotional support animals.)
- Submit reports related to data collection and administration of contract as needed.
- Maintain client confidentiality in accordance with the laws and ethics of regulated authority boards and professional associations.
- Crisis Transportation Services (emergency transportation may be provided to shelters, hospitals or substance use treatment centers.)
Our nuts and bolts e-guides use evidence-based and best practices that recognize and account for the role and effect that trauma has in individuals with criminal histories, substance abuse and other addictions.
Therefore, individuals should have life experience (survivors) and/or other relevant education including social service or social work, human services, criminal justice or other related degrees; and knowledge of issues related to cultural intelligence, immigration, cultural art identity, disabilities, fair housing, veterans, sex trafficking, comprehensive recovery programming, infectious diseases, social support benefits, child welfare, suicide, juvenile justice, and/or court systems.
Order 'Drug Savior': an eGuide to Street Pharmacological Management in Peer Addictions
Order 'The AfterMATH: A Forensic Peer Service Provider's Authentic Journal of SELF' biography.
Order ‘Be Sure to Wash Your Hands: The Nuts and Bolts of Penmanship and SOAP’.
Order ‘CIA 2020: Crash Course for Mobile Crisis Emergency Response Outreach Service Units- Community College Edition’* (available on Amazon, Rakuten Kobo, Walmart.com)
Order ‘You Sho Is Ugly: The Making of TRUe Art in Medicine’
Order ‘You May Now Kiss The Bride: An eGUIDE to Law and Ethics in Peer Addictions’
*Training materials pending approval by the Canadian Addictions Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF)
Applied Forensic Ministry
ForensicCI.com also uses the application of spirituality and religion to harm reduction practical strategies “ in order to predict and perhaps (further) explain and understand the phenomenon happenings of the world."
Order “The Missionary: An Interpretative Study Guide into the World’s Homeless Crisis “
(A sociological, theological and worship study guide.)
“Some people lose their faith because heaven shows them too little, some people lose their faith because heaven shows them TOO MUCH.” – The Prophecy Movie (1995)
Cultural Travel Scholars Exchange
Order 'Beds, Breakfast and Much More!' (Available on Amazon)
Volunteer, Internships and Employment Opportunities
Self-study Certification Exam Preparation
Access FREE Archival Library materials posted on PARfessionals.com, along with its beginner training apps (2016-7) by Appeerneur.
Sample Examination questions
1. Which U.S. federal law enforces the confidentiality of protected health information in substance abuse or behavioral health treatment settings?
- a) CFR Title 42 Part 2
- b) Equal Opportunity Employment
- c) Americans with Disabilities Act
- d) The Privacy Rule
2. When a peer service provider evaluates the cultural influences of their relationship with a client-patient and is sensitive to potential power imbalances, that peer provider is demonstrating:
- a) Cultural competence
- b) Prejudice
- c) Discrimination
- d) Assessment
3. Which recovery model is being used in treatment programs that provide methadone for those struggling to recover from opiate addiction?
- a) 12 step
- b) Minnesota Model
- c) Inpatient Recovery
- d) Harm Reduction Model