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This powerful exercise is designed to help deepen the understanding of the challenges of living in poverty.

 

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CCSI provides a broad array of management services and technical assistance specifically tailored to meet the needs of local behavioral health, social and human service departments, state agencies, and community-based organizations in Monroe County, across New York State, and beyond. Core services include:

 
Our management services provide customers with ongoing support for critical functions including efficient, cost-effective options for performing essential business functions such as project and contract management. By partnering with CCSI, customers gain access to the staff, expertise and tools needed to extend their capabilities and accomplish their goals. Specific services include:
Our consulting services brings together a team of staff members with demonstrated expertise in the areas needed to help our customers meet these increasingly complex requirements.  CCSI provides specialized technical assistance services including:

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Outsmarting Smartphones with Kids' Mental Health

Mental health issues among teens has been steadily increasingly and now a connection is being made with their increased smartphone use.  A survey by the Centers for Disease Control found teens who spend five or more hours a day on electronic devices are 66% more likely to have at least one suicide risk factor than teens who spend one hour a day. Teens are spending more time on their phones, dating less, interacting less with friends, and waiting longer to get their driver’s licenses.

Ginny Ryan from 13Wham sat down with Gwen Olton, Senior Consultant from CCSI’s Training and Practice Transformation team, to talk with her about the impact that social media and technology has on teens around depression and suicide.  Gwen talked about the importance of the relationships that teens are now missing out on, and shared that there are apps to help limit screen time and track how we’re spending time on our phones.  Gwen’s seminar Me, My Tech, and I is also a great resource for parents, teachers, teens, and anyone who wants to learn more about how technology impacts our thinking and behaviors, and what we can do out outsmart our smartphones.  Click here to register for Me, My Tech, and I.  Click here to watch the 13Wham News story to learn more.

Gwen followed-up to Ginny Ryan's report on Fox Rochester, explaining how a lot of the apps are often designed to purposely make the user spend as much time as possible interacting with the device, making it challenging to limit screen time.  She encouraged increasing face-to-face interpersonal interations to combat the negative effects of screen time.  Click here to watch Gwen's full interview on Fox Rochester.


Trauma-Informed Care – Organizational Self-Assessment Tool

TIC-OSAT is a strengths-based organizational self-assessment tool that provides organizations with a point in time “snapshot” of where they are in their journey towards becoming trauma-informed. The tool employs the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) 10 Implementation Domains as a framework for guiding survey participants through a sequence of questions to assess implementation of trauma-informed care practices within their organization. TIC-OSAT allows organizations to view aggregated survey results from their leadership and staff and display these results within a concise, real-time report along with recommendations for bolstering Trauma-Informed Care practices. Click here to learn more and register.
 

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