Provider Training Resources
Integrated Managed Care (IMC) and Integrated Care Network (KCICN) Overview (2/25/19)
- BHRD Provider Manual
- KCICN Behavioral Health Risk Stratification Screening Tool
- Behavioral health provider services reference guide
- King County FAQs from MCO Symposium
Workforce Training Calendar
Clinical Supervision II:
External Training Resources
Webinar: Teens R' Us and the SBIRT Model
Wednesday, March 27, 12:00-1:00 PM (PT); 11:00AM-12:00PM (AKT)
Ken Winters, PhD, Oregon Research Institute and University of Minnesota
This webinar will provide an overview of the Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) model for use with adolescents who may be using substances. An emphasis will be placed on clinical applications of SBIRT.
Webinar: Connecting the Dots for Healthier Youth: Working with Shared Risk and Protective Factors
Wednesday, March 27, 2019 12:00-1:00PM (PT)
This webinar from the Northwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center (Northwest PTTC) will define "shared risk and protective factors" and their essential relationship to prevention science. Presenter Blair Brooke-Weiss, MSPH, will explain why it is important to assess risk and protective factors, and the value in doing so in individual communities, and share methods for obtaining community-level information among youth in particular.
King County Behavioral Health Organization Training
Provider Client Transition Forum #2 (2/29/16)
Training goal: To continue to provide information to help BHO providers successful plan for the transition of the clients to the new combined system of care as of April 1. Includes 2016 Benefit Model, Residential Treatment Authorization Process, and information on the IT/Data System. (See below for Transition Planning Forum #1)
Behavioral Health Organization Stakeholder Forum (2/22/16)
Training goal: To provide information for stakeholders who are not BHO providers but who may have clients who will need referral to behavioral health services and need to know how the system will change on April 1, 2016.
Provider Webinar (2/11/16): Using the Substance Use Disorder Residential Bed Tracking Tool
Training goal: To teach providers how to use the new residential bed tracking tool to determine availability when they need a bed for a client needing residential treatment services, a new line of business under the Behavioral Health Organization beginning April 1, 2016
- Webinar available here.
Provider Client Transition Training #1 (1/20/16)
Training goal: To learn more about transition planning for current clients beginning April 1 and ensure provider readiness for the transition from two separate systems to one combined system of care and a seamless transition for clients with no disruptions in service.
- King County Behavioral Health Organization (BHO) Fact Sheet
- King County BHO Outpatient and Opioid Treatment Protocols
- King County BHO Client Transition Plan Template
- Data Processing Provider Overview
- DBHR/King County BHO Release of Information (required)
- King County BHO Release of Information v. 3
- King County BHO Release of Information v. 4