BBI Training Event
To increase participant’s ability to use and/or support implementation of best practices in both residential and community settings that result in sustained positive outcomes for youth and families who receive a residential intervention. Attendees will leave the training event with practical strategies to improve policies and practices in their programs (residential and/or community) or agencies (oversight/funding), as well as with an understanding of business strategies to transform agencies operating residential programs to ensure long-term success.
WHO WILL BENEFIT
There will be training sessions to support oversight and funding/policy leaders and staff; sessions to support residential/community executives, leaders, clinical staff, advocates and family members. Adolescents with residential experiences, who are interested in learning about best practices, will also find some sessions of interest. It is recommended that teams of leaders/staff/ advocates/families/adolescents from the same oversight agency/program attend the event together. A collective team approach will promote a stronger learning opportunity and ability to implement strategies and tools learned within the program or oversight agency.
This event is funded in part by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, a private philanthropy that creates a brighter future for the nation’s children, families and communities. We thank the Casey Foundation for its support.
The Training Event Host, American Training, Inc., is a strong proponent of BBI principles and practices, and has endorsed the BBI Joint Resolution.