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Omni Visions

Omni Visions, Inc., is a multi-state placement agency that provides services for adults and children. Omni Visions’ focus is on family, providing each individual and each family a community support system to facilitate and inspire growth and development. Our values set the standards for each employee and each service we provide. Our mission statement reminds […]

Birth Injury Guide

Birth Injury Is my child displaying symptoms of a birth injury? What exactly is a birth injury and how did this happen? Is my doctor to blame? What should I do once I find out my child has a birth injury? What will life with a child with a birth injury look like, and what is […]

* Early Childhood Services

The Early Childhood Access Guide has been produced using federal funding and is copyrighted 6/2011/ECCS &KPFC, Rob Gorstein Design, Inc. Please call 1-502-875-1320 to obtain downloading document agreement forms.  Thank you.   Family Support Resources For more information on Family resources, please see all of our resources here.       Medical, Dental & Social-Emotional […]

2NOT1 Fatherhood and Families

2NOT1‘s purpose: Educate low income individuals and communities on the subject of fatherhood and the barriers that impede the successful interaction of father and child; Enhance and safeguard the interests of children and to protect and improve their relationships with their fathers and other significant males in their lives, within and outside the family; Generate […]

*Bluegrass Comprehensive Care Center

The Bluegrass Regional Mental Health-Mental Retardation Board provides mental health, mental retardation and substance abuse services in the Bluegrass area. Bluegrass covers Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle, Clark, Estill, Fayette, Franklin, Garrard, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Nicholas, Powell, Scott, and Woodford counties. Phone:  800-928-8000 (24 hours) Website:  http://www.bluegrass.org/ Bluegrass Kentucky IMPACT:  IMPACT is a statewide program which […]

*Adanta

Adanta is a community based behavioral healthcare company providing quality mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, chemical dependency, prevention, training, and treatment services to the Lake Cumberland area. Adanta serves Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell, Taylor and Wayne counties. Phone:  606-679-4782 Crisis Line:  800-633-5599 Website:  http://www.adanta.org/ Adanta Kentucky IMPACT:  IMPACT is a […]

*Cumberland River Comprehensive Care Center

Cumberland River Comprehensive Care Center is a community based not-for-profit organization providing services in mental health, developmental & intellectual disabilities and chemical dependency for Bell, Clay, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Rockcastle, and Whitley counties. Phone:  606-528-7010 Crisis Line:  800-656-4673 Website:  http://www.crccc.net/ Cumberland River Kentucky IMPACT:  IMPACT is a statewide program which helps coordinate services for […]

*Kentucky River Community Care

Kentucky River Community Care is a private nonprofit community mental health center dedicated to improving the health and well-being of people in their region by providing mental health, developmental disabilities, substance abuse and trauma services. KRCC serves Breathitt, Knott, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Owsley, Perry, and Wolfe counties. Phone:  800-262-7491 (24 hours) Website:  http://www.krccnet.com/ KRCC Kentucky […]

*Mountain Comprehensive Care Center

Mountain Comprehensive Care Center provides behavioral health services to the 5 county region of Floyd, Johnson, Pike, Martin, and Magoffin counties. Phone:  606-886-8572 Crisis Line:  800-422-1060 Website:  http://www.mtcomp.org/ Big Sandy Kentucky IMPACT:  IMPACT is a statewide program which helps coordinate services for children with severe emotional disabilities. IMPACT’s purpose is to find, create, coordinate, facilitate […]

*Pathways

Pathways proudly serves as a community-based center for mental health care, the prevention and treatment of alcohol and other addictions, and services for individuals with mental intellectual or developmental disabilities. Pathways serves Bath, Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Greenup, Lawrence, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan and Rowan counties. Phone:  800-562-8909 (24 hours) Website:  http://www.pathways-ky.org/ Gateway Kentucky IMPACT:  606-784-4161 FIVCO Kentucky […]

Training

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

Launching Your Transitional-age Youth/ Young Adult

Do you have a teenager that will soon transition to adulthood? How can you help them be prepared for that transition? What do they need to know? This workshop focuses on multiple areas that parents need to be aware of if they want to successfully “launch” their young adult child. This workshop is designed for […]

Creating a Family- Driven and Youth-Guided System of Care

What are families and teens role in partnering with the professionals that serve them and their family? This training focuses on why and how parents and teens should participate at the individual level, program level, and the system level. We also discuss what a “system of care” is and how they can make a difference […]

Question, Persuade and Refer (Suicide Prevention model)

Participants first learn suicidal communications, what forms these communications take and how they may be used as the stimulus for a QPR intervention. To gain perspective, participants are introduced to the history of suicide, suicide prevention and the spectrum of modern day public health suicide prevention education efforts. When requested, this workshop is available to […]

Parenting or Teaching a Child with Bipolar Disorder

This workshop focuses on the common behaviors often demonstrated by a child that has bipolar disorder. Discipline strategies for parents and teachers will be shared.   This workshop is open to parents with young children, school-age children, teens and transitional-age teens as well as educators. Running 2-3 hours, this session is available when requested.   […]

My Story – Successes and Challenges

KPFC’s Youth Empowerment Specialist shares her story of growing up with a behavioral health challenges. She shares her journey to help others better understand the good, the bad and the ugly. When requested, this 2-3 hour workshop is open to parents of children ranging from young to young to young adults and service providers.

The Other Side – A Youth Perspective

KPFC’s Statewide Youth Perspective Council presents a variety of skits that demonstrate situations from their real- life journeys. After the skits, the youth council members will host a question and answer panel. Parents and service providers will benefit from this workshop. Running 2-3 hours, it is available when requested.

Advocating for My Child

Parents will learn how to advocate in a way that builds bridges instead of burning bridges. Open to parents of young children, school-age children, teenagers and transitional age teens, this workshop runs 2-3 hours when requested.  

Engaging Partners

This presentation will focus on how to handle challenging partners and personalities. We will use a process for strategizing how to engage partners and how to work with them collaboratively. Open to parents with children young through young adult and providers, the workshop runs 2-3 hours and is available upon request.  

Partnering with Parents

This presentation will focus on how to partner with parents of the children you are serving. We will use a process for strategizing how to engage parents and to work with them as a partner. Available to providers, this workshop is available when requested and lasts 2-3 hours.

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