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If you, or someone you know, is in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, please call:
You can call the crisis center for any of the following reasons:
We're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Network180 strives to offer high quality, value conscious training opportunities to Network180 employees, provider network and members of the community. We want the people we serve to experience quality care throughout their recovery process.
Network180 employees and providers are given priority for registration at any training event. Consideration is given to others seeking training on a first come first served basis. When continuing education units are offered, there may be a cost associated with training for the public.
Below is a link to training that is required by the Michigan Medicaid Manual and the public community mental health system. Your organization or accrediting body may require additional trainings.
If you are interested in attending a class that is FULL, you may choose to “walk in”. A complete description of this procedure can be found on our Policies and Procedures page.
(Note: Walk-ins are not allowed for the Medication/Health Skills Demonstration class or the Mental Health First Aid trainings.)
Trainings will consistently start on time and end on time. Therefore, your timeliness may make the difference in your participation in the class, or your choice to give up your seat. Late admittance will be at the discretion of the trainer.
Break times and lunch are a scheduled part of all full day trainings. Vending machines are available on site, and a variety of restaurants and shopping areas skirt our training site.
It is not uncommon for room temperatures to fluctuate or for individuals to experience a warmer or cooler environment. We want your experience to be pleasant. Consider dressing in layers when you come to training, so your personal comfort can be constant.