If a family member or loved one needs intervention we offer a variety of services to help. We also provide support to assist family members who are living with and caring for individuals suffering from addiction and mental health issues.
For those looking to build a career in the substance abuse field, Helio Health, Inc is an approved provider of the 350-hour CASAC Initial Standardized Curriculum. Courses are offered in-person or through distance learning opportunities. We also offer the initial certification training for the Certified Peer Recovery Advocate (CRPA). We offer continuing education to employees and other professionals interested in furthering their career in alcohol and substance use counseling, mental health and other human service disciplines.
At Helio Health, we take a comprehensive approach to recovery. An approach that strips away the chains of addiction and mental illness so that, together, you and your family can begin a new life of hope and healing. At Helio Health we promote recovery from the effects of substance use and mental health disorders and other health issues.
Trauma 101 (Tx/Prev) – Wednesday, January 3, 2024 (9:00am-4:00pm)
This offering is specifically designed for Treatment and Prevention providers. This one-day training provides participants with foundational knowledge about how psychological trauma and adversity may impact the health and well-being of individuals within the OASAS system of care. Participants will also learn and identify how they can use trauma-informed approaches in their roles with patients/clients/students and the workforce to reduce the potential of re-traumatization. This training is appropriate for any treatment or prevention professional.
Learning Objectives After completing this course, participants will be able to:
Explain trauma and adversity and how they impact individuals
Understand the relationship between trauma and substance use
Recognize the impact of trauma on the workforce
Recognize the potential for re-traumatization within treatment/prevention settings
Identify specific trauma-informed values/principles (safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration, empowerment) and approaches that can be utilized in their role with patients/clients/students and the workforce