The New York State Department of Health and Chapin Hall are hosting multiple CANS-NY introductory trainings and supervisory trainings across the State in October, November, and December 2018! Thanks to our partners who have generously offered space for the trainings and on-site support. See here for the dates and locations of the training events.

The introductory training will prepare attendees to take their certification examination Training also will prepare participants for meaningful use of the CANS-NY with health home youth and families.  These are introductory TCOM/CANS-NY trainings, and are being provided for providers and health home care managers who are not yet certified in the CANS-NY, and those who are not yet familiar with the use of CANS-NY in health home care management.

This supervisory training gives an overview of the ways that the CANS-NY has been used to meaningfully manage different service sectors in New York.  Additionally, it provides a developmental and cultural framework for the implementation of TCOM and the CANS-NY in supervision and care management. Care management supervisors will learn how to supervise around collaborative assessment, care planning, and progress monitoring with the CANS-NY.

Strategies for supporting cultural humility and culturally responsive care, and integrating CANS-NY information into individual supervision and team development are presented. Time will be provided for supervisors to practice skills presented and participate in small-group discussion of relevant issues that arise in supervising the CANS-NY in Health Home care management.

To register for these in-person trainings:

You will receive an email notification regarding your registration and a second email confirming that your registration has been approved.

If you have questions about registering for the in-person training offerings, please reach out to Angela Pollard (, 1-833-802-2267)

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