TRAINING AND TECHNICAL
APPLYING RESEARCH-DERIVED KNOWLEDGE IN REAL WORLD SETTINGS
The McSilver Institute develops and disseminates a unique array of trainings, tools, and other resources targeted to providers serving poverty-impacted communities through service systems, such as mental health, housing, health, and child welfare. Each training is designed to deliver practitioners and organizations tools to enhance engaging, person-centered and trauma-informed care. The McSilver Institute has partnered with various statewide and national organizations including the National Council for Behavioral Health and Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH). Below you will find some of our current offerings, as well as information on how to request trainings.
The McSilver Institute has secured a number of contracts with state and city agencies to provide technical assistance to public and private organizations in order to ensure the highest quality of services and to help maintain and build the public safety net serving those made vulnerable by poverty.