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  • 1. Speaker’s Bureau Adaptive Equipment TRCIL (Three Rivers Center for Independent Living) 412 371-7700 900 Rebecca Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15221 Advocacy/Action Center/Governmental Affairs Pam Klipa, Public Policy and Systems Advocacy Specialist The Arc of Pennsylvania 101 South 2nd Street - Suite 8 - Harrisburg, PA 17101 Telephone: 717 234-2621 - Toll Free: 800 692-7258 - Fax: 717 234-7615 Advocacy/UCP Cares Speaker - Joycelyn Banks, Rehabilitation Specialist at UCP/CLASS of Pittsburgh Register by calling Becky Karns at 412-697-7434 ext. 113 or e-mail bkarns@ucppittsburgh.org. Aging, Issues on Lifesteps, Inc. 724 283-1010, 724 283-8010 383 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001 Alzheimer’s Association Maintain your Brain Workshop Dementia and Alzheimer’s Speaker – Leigh Dillaman, Community Outreach Specialist 412 261-5040 100 West Station Square Drive Suite 500 Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1122 American Red Cross Washington Manor Personal Care Home 724 285-8115 320 South Washington Street, Butler, PA 16001 Anger management Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Asthma Community Health Challenge of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc. 724 283-9955 106 North McKean Street, Butler, PA 16001 1
  • 2. Balanced and Restorative Justice Butler County Probation, Juvenile Probation 724 284-5355 124 West Diamond Street, Butler, PA 16001 Balancing Stress (in your life and at work) Toothman Consulting Group – Ellan Toothman 724 852-4386 166 West Wayne Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370 Email: etoothman@alltel.net www.etoothman.net Biblical studies Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Blood borne pathogens MHA 724 287-1965 140 North Main Street, Butler, PA 16001 Building Bridges conference for Early Childhood Providers (various) Lifesteps, Inc. 724 283-1010 383 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001 Bullying Lynn Sasala-353-9253 Cardiovascular Disease Community Health Challenge of Southwestern Pennsylvania 724 283-9955 106 North McKean Street, Butler, PA 16001 Career Workshops for single parents, single pregnant women, displaced homemakers and non-traditional careers (New Choices/New Options) Butler County Community College 724 287-8711 College Drive, Butler, PA 16001 CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Required: Current certification in both basic first aid and CPR/AED Dave "DJ" Johnson 412 473-3315 or email CERT@county.allegheny.pa.us 400 North Lexington Street, Suite 200, Pittsburgh, PA 15208-2521 2
  • 3. Character development Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Child Development Lifesteps, Inc. 724 283-1010 383 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001 Child Support Michelle Dehart-284-5181 Childhood Obesity Sam Lonich, MS, EdS California University of PA, Department of Psychology Morgan Learning Research Center 318 250 University Avenue – Box 65, California, PA 15419 724-938-4100 then call his ext. 4101 Mailbox 65 Email Lonich@cup.edu Web site http://www.cup.edu/liberalarts/psychology Cost involved. Kim Crawford, PhD, RD Program Director of Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition, Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition 412 383 6534 4048 Forbes Tower, Pittsburgh, PA 15260 kcrawfor@pitt.edu Children’s Services Coordinator Mental Health Association in Butler County Lonni DePolo/Children’s Services Coordinator 724 287-1797, , FAX 724 287-7090 140 North Elm Street, Suite A, Butler, PA 16001 mha007@aol.com Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Training/Disaster Preparedness and Mental Health Services Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic 3811 O'Hara Street, Ross Building, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 412 802-6900 Kyessa Brian at 412-802-6905 3
  • 4. Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) 412 605-1222 3811 O’Hara Street, Ross Building, Room 166, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 • Comprehensive Crisis Management (CCM) is a one day program that teaches crisis prevention, management, and physical intervention skills. • Comprehensive Crisis Management “Train the Trainer” is a five-day program that provides participants with the skills needed to function as CCM trainers. • Positive Approaches in Crisis Situations is a two-day class that includes the components of CCM, in addition to training on positive behavioral support. • Alternative Interventions is a one-day training program designed to expand participants’ understanding of the positive behavioral support model, as well as explore intervention techniques in actual practice situations. • Crisis Assistance Team Training is a one-day class that teaches participants advanced intervention and team response skills that can be utilized by crisis intervention teams. • Crisis Intervention Skills for First Responders is a one-day training program based on the CCM model, with emphasis on first responder crisis situations. • Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) courses, certified by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, are two-day courses that teach stress management and crisis intervention. • Basic CISM presents the core elements of this multicomponent crisis intervention model. • Peer Support CISM teaches the dynamics of trauma as well as personal and peer support trauma management strategies. • Advanced CISM broadens the knowledge base established in the basic course and exposes participants to strategies that can be used in complex crisis situations. • Pastoral Crisis Intervention is the combination of faith-based resources with traditional techniques of crisis intervention. • Disaster Response Training for Mental Health Responders is a two-day training program that includes a basic course, which walks responders step by step through a disaster from declaration to response and follow-up. It also includes an advanced course designed to provide knowledge of terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, coordination with incident command, and response to special population needs. Clinical Topics Family Services of Butler Memorial Hospital 724 284-4894 216 North Washington Street, Butler, PA 16001 4
  • 5. Community Health Topics Community Health Challenge of Southwestern Pennsylvania 724 283-9955 106 North McKean Street, Butler, PA 16001 Conflict resolution Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Consent to Treatment and Confidentiality Provisions Affecting Minors in PA Juvenile Law Center Riya Shah, Esq. 215 625-0551 The Philadelphia Building 1315 Walnut Street – 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107 CPR/First Aid Butler County Family YMCA 724 287-4733 CPR/First Aid Slippery Rock Area Parks and Recreation 724 794-8181 320 North Main Street, Slippery Rock, PA 16057 Crisis MHA 724 287-1965 140 North Main Street, Butler, PA 16001 CRISIS/Suicide CONTACT, Pittsburgh, Inc. Variety of trainings offered. Call to discuss or online http://www.contactpgh.org Cost involved. 412 820-0100; Fax: 412 820-0110; Email: www.contact@contactpgh.org PO Box 111294, Pittsburgh, PA 15238 Crystal Meth Andy Petyak/State Police contact Pat Cannon, 724 284-8100 200 Barracks Road, Butler, PA 16001 5
  • 6. Cultural Competency Dr. Walter Smith Family Resources of Western Pennsylvania 141 South Highland Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa 15206 412-363-1702 DBT Trainings Family Services of Butler Memorial Hospital 724 284-4894 216 North Washington Street, Butler, PA 16001 Diabetes management Community Health Challenge of Southwestern Pennsylvania 724 283-9955 106 North McKean Street, Butler, PA 16001 Disability training AHEDD 412 381-3313; Toll Free: 866 302-4333; Fax: 412 381-2302 900 Sarah Street, Suite 202, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 Email: Lynne Knight, Area Manager pittsburgh.pa@ahedd.org. General Inquiries Disaster Preparedness and Mental Health Services John Weaver 610 614-1860 (home and private practice number) 610 974-7508 office (Northampton County MH/MR/D&A) 4635 Hillview Drive, Nazareth, PA 18064-8531 weaverfam@enter.net Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault/Safety Planning Prevention and Educational Programs HAVIN (Helping All Victims in Need) 724 548-8888 P.O. Box 983, Kittanning, PA 16201 Dual (Co-occurring) Diagnosis in Adolescents Rick Marsili, Director, Adolescent Dual Diagnosis Treatment Addiction Medicine Services Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic 412 624-9167 3811 O’Hara Street, Ross Building, Room 166, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Oscar G. Bukstein, M.D., M.P.H. BUKSTEINOG@MSX.UPMC.EDU Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic 3811 O’Hara Street, Ross Building, Room 166, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 6
  • 7. Eating Disorders Jenny Williams/Community Outreach/Health Educator Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic 412 246-6379 3811 O’Hara Street, Ross Building, Room 166, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 williamsjl@upmc.edu Liz McCabe and Katie Dempsey 412 246-6372 Entrepreneurial Training Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 FERPA and Educational Laws (Sample policies, etc.) Deborah S. McCoy, Assistant Director PA Masonic Foundation for Children REELMCCOY04@msn.com Bernard G. Hoffman Consultant to the PA Department of Education Contact Kim Swarner at 717 783-6777 Financial and Estate planning Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Financial Literacy Family Services of Western PA 412 820-2050 First Aid/CPR Butler County Family YMCA 724 287-4733 Food Stamps/hunger Josh Burd Urban League of Pittsburgh Hunger Services 412 325-0746 Gang Awareness Training PA Office of Attorney General – Elaine Surma, Senior Supervisory Narcotics Agent Bureau of Narcotics Investigation and Drug Control, Butler, PA 724 284-3400 7
  • 8. GLSEN Training Steve Orner - 412 361 6996 steveorner@msn.com Grief and Loss Issues Jolene Formaini, RN, MA, CT Bereavement Coordinator and Grief Educator 724 431-3520 Certified in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavementjformaini@vna.com Guiding Good Choices for parents of youth 9-14 Paul Laurence Dunbar Community Center 724 287-5648 501 Pillow Street, Butler, PA 16001 Health Law Project Pennsylvania Health Law Project (attorney/paralegal) For seniors or staff – important issues relating to health; e.g., low income, home and community-based care, etc. 1 800 274-3258 Lafayette Building, Suite 900, 437 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Health Training Topics (medications, disability, illness, trauma, etc.) AE Community Health C-o-n-n-e-c-t-i-o-n-s (HCQU) 724 283-0990 The Bantam Commons, 120 Hollywood Drive, Suite 201, Butler, PA 16001 http://www.aechc.org/ Health Training Topics (healthy lifestyles) Community Health Challenge of Southwestern Pennsylvania 724 283-9955 106 North McKean Street, Butler, PA 16001 info@communityhealthchallenge.org Helping Parents to Raise Their Confidence MAATI – IUP - Robert J. Ackerman PhD 724 357-4405 1098 Oakland Ave., Indiana, PA 15705 Vitas Innovative Hospice of Greater Pittsburgh Carrie Delache 724 831-8483 (Cell) 724 744-3323 Irwin, PA 15642 8
  • 9. IDEA Shari Mamas Education Law Center 412 391-5225 1901 Law & Finance Building, 429 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412 391-5225 ext. 7362 smamas@elc-pa.org www.elc-pa.org Individual Education Plans (IEP) Loni DePolo (Educational Advocate) 724 287-1965 ext. 231 or 724 287-1797 MHA 140 North Main Street, Butler, PA 16001 Nancy A. Hubley, Esq., Managing Attorney Shari A. Mamas, Esq., Staff Attorney Educational Law Center 412 391-5225 1901 Law & Finance Building, 429 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA Website: www.elc-pa.org Instilling Responsibility in self/community Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Internet Educational Training PA Office of Attorney General – Elaine Surma, Senior Supervisory Narcotics Agent Bureau of Narcotics Investigation and Drug Control, Butler, PA 724 284-3400 Juvenile Justice Butler County Juvenile Court Services 724 284-5355 Legal Services Geri Redmond, Paralegal/Office Manager 724 282-3888, FAX 724 282-4622 Neighborhood Legal Services Association 220 S. Main Street, Suite 301, Butler, PA 16001 Medical Assistance Pennsylvania Health Law Project 412 434-5779 9
  • 10. Medical Literacy Training Thelma Jackson Gateway Health Plan 412 255-4640 600 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Medicare Part D Janice Meinert/Pennsylvania Health Law Project 412 434-5637 Rene Hewitt/Area Agency on Aging 724 431-3008 Mental Health and the Law Jerri Paulisic Dave Maloney Center for Community Resources, Inc. 724 431-0097 220 S. Main Street, Butler, PA 16001 Marlin Rose MH/MR/D&A P.O. Box 1203, Butler, PA 16003 724 284-5114 Mental Health Issues and Education (target: consumers, community self-help, advocates) ISCMHC 724 287-0791 112 Hillview Drive, Butler, PA 16001 Mental Health/Mental Retardation AE Community Health Connections – HCQU Responsible to county mental retardation programs for the overall health status of individuals receiving services in the county programs Training schedule and video library online at: http://www.aechc.org/ or call Denise Quinn, Training and Quality Coordinator, dquinn@hcqu.org for current schedule 724 283-0990, Fax 724 283-1012 The Bantam Commons 120 Hollywood Drive, Suite 201, Butler, PA 16001 Motivation through Facilitated Communication David Bower 570 739-2889 cell 717-487-3453 10
  • 11. Motivational Interviewing for Mandated Treatment Tad Gorske, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic Office of Education and Regional Programming 3811 O’Hara Street, Ross Building, Room 166, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 412-605-1222 Nutrition Community Health Challenge of Southwestern Pennsylvania 724 283-9955 Ombudsman Mental Health Association in Butler County Lonni DePolo, Children’s Services Coordinator 724 287-1797, (toll free) 888 329-0468, FAX 724 287-7090 140 North Elm Street, Suite A, Butler, PA 16001 mha007@aol.com Out of My Silence David Bower-Motivational Speaker 570-739-2889, cell 717 487-3453 David uses facilitated communication to tell his story Parents Forever (how to minimize the negative impact of divorce on children) Lifesteps, Inc. 724 283-1010 383 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001 Personality Profile, Understanding your Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Physical Activity Community Health Challenge of Southwestern Pennsylvania 724 283-9955 106 North McKean Street, Butler, PA 16001 Pregnancy: counseling, medical concerns, legal aspects, resources, forms/filings, and office skills Lifeline of SW Pennsylvania, Butler County Office 724 282-1200 11
  • 12. Racial reconciliation Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Recovery Issues MHA 724 287-1965 140 North Main Street, Butler, PA 16001 Recovery Consultation and Training Butler Memorial Hospital 911 East Brady Street Butler, Pa 16001 724-284-4357 Family First Resource Center 216 North Washington Street Butler, PA 16001 724-284-4894 Remaining Drug and Alcohol Free Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 SAP (Student Assistance Program) and ESAP (Elementary SAP) Trainers Addiction Medicine at WPIC-UPMC - Margie Modro Addiction Medicine at WPIC-UPMC - Dr. Susan Tarasevich - 412 586 2572 tarasevichs@upmc.edu 4117 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15201 School Crisis Procedures Services to Teens at Rick (STAR) Mary Margaret Kerr, Ed.D. David A. Brent, M.D., Brian McKain, M.S.N., Paula. S. McCommons, Ed.D. Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic 412 687-2495 3811 O’Hara Street, Ross Building, Room 166, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Self-esteem Kathy Rogers-Child Therapist 724 287-0791 ISCMHC 112 Hillview Drive Butler, PA 16001 12
  • 13. Senior Consumer Care (call first to discuss) Butler County Area Agency on Aging 724 282-3008 111 Sunnyview Circle # 101, Butler, PA 16001 Senior Health News Attorney/paralegal free presentation to seniors or staff/800 274-3258 Sex and dating Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 Sign Language Interpreting Services Vanessa Capozzi Sign Language Communications 3500 Brooktree Road, Suite 201, Wexford, PA 15090 724 935-1211 www.SignLanguageCommunications.com email: vcapozzi@signlanguagecommunications.com Social Security MHA 724 287-1965 140 N. Elm Street, Butler, PA 16001 Special Olympics – Coaches/Volunteers Special Olympics PA Butler County 724 285-4101 316 Pleasantview Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Specialized/Customized Training Programs (CEUs offered) Bobbi Henry Mercy Behavioral Health Training and Development Department 412 488-4374 Birmingham Towers, 21st & Wharton Streets, Suite 320, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 $150-$250/hour Unlimited participants Sports/Athletics Grace Youth & Family Foundation 724 282-0507 100 Center Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Stress Management, Conflict Resolution, Positive Work Atmosphere Beverly Russell 724 284-4471 13
  • 14. Supplemental Services as part of Child Check (parents) Lifesteps 724 283-1010 383 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001 Suicide STAR-Center develops school and community programs and workshops that alert parents, teenagers, and professionals to the signs and symptoms found in suicidal adolescents. Jamey Covaleski, Administrative Coordinator/WPIC Star (Services for Teens at Risk) Center Outreach 412 687-2495. Need form from: http://www.wpic.pitt.edu/research/star/TrainingRequests.htm and fax to 412-687-2943 The Four Corners of Quality Mark Karaffa, Director of Community Education/Behavioral Health at Butler Memorial Hospital 724 452-5293 911 East Brady Street, Butler, PA 16001 Self-esteem Kathy Rogers-Child Therapist 724 287-0791 ISCMHC 112 Hillview Drive, Butler, PA 16001 Tax Questions Regis Bodnar Internal Revenue Service Regis.P.Bodnar@irs.gov. The Four Corners of Quality Mark Karaffa, Director of Community Education/Behavioral Health at Butler Memorial Hospital 724 452-5293 911 East Brady Street, Butler, PA 16001 Tobacco Prevention/Control Community Health Challenge of Southwestern Pennsylvania 724 283-9955 106 North McKean Street, Butler, PA 16001 14
  • 15. Treatment Interventions for Juvenile and Adult Sex Offenders (M991), Community College of Beaver County, Monaca, Pennsylvania registration form at www.wpic.pitt.edu/oerp/regional or contact Kyessa Brian , Telephone: 412-605-1218, Fax: 412-605-1210, E-mail: briankl@upmc.edu Utility Crisis Tom Franz/Utility Crisis Cooperative Center for Community Resources, Inc. 724 431-0097 220 S. Main Street, Suite 407, Butler, PA 16001 Violence, Sexual Assault, Violent Crimes, and Personal Safety Victim Outreach Intervention Center (V.O.I.C.e), Community and Prevention Esther Voelker 724 283-8700, Administration 724 776-5910, or voice@voiceforvictims.com 111 S. Cliff Street, Butler, PA 16001 Women in Addiction and Recovery over the Lifespan Frances Campbell, MSN, Comprehensive Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, Office of Education and Regional Programming 412 623-2286 Ross Building, Room 166, 3811 O’Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Kathryn Coleman, LSW, Living Sober Rehabilitation Programs Addiction Medicine Services, UPMC Braddock 412 636-5066 400 Holland Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15233 Work Benefits Counseling Program (SSI/SSDI) Ahedd Lynne Knight, Area Manager, General Inquiries 900 Sarah Street, Suite 202, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 Voice: 412-381-3313; Toll Free: 866 302-4333; Fax: 412-381-2302 pittsburgh.pa@ahedd.org Youth Protection Training Boy Scouts of America Moraine Trails Council 724 287-6791 830 Morton Avenue, Butler, PA 16001 Patricia Valentine (Office of Behavioral Health) 15
  • 16. Allegheny Co. Department of Human Services Kurt Emmerling, Peg Kearney, Irene Marshall Mercy Behavioral Health Training & Development 412 488-4374 Birmingham Towers, Suite 320, 21st & Wharton Streets, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 Robert Full, Chief Allegheny County Emergency Services 412 473-3315 or email ems@county.allegheny.pa.us 400 North Lexington Street, Suite 200, Pittsburgh, PA 15208-2521 Lillie Leonard FBI Community Affairs Specialist Rick Lohr Somerset County EMA Ryan Miller Rob Skirtich American Red Cross Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter Rhonda Quinn Clearfield/Jefferson MH/MR Pam Williams Family Services of Western Pennsylvania Diane Corbett 724-282-2730 Adagio: Pregnancy/Family Planning Ann Loper 724-284-4357: Butler Regional Program (D&A Family Intervention Specialist) Cindy Byers 724-756-2771: Youth educator on a wide variety of issues (grief/self- esteem/D&A…) Jodi Mershimer (Juvenile Probation) (D&A Presentation) Pat Cannon (DA Office: Drug Task Force) 724-284-5225 Ken Montrose 1-800-637-4673 Greenbriar: MISA Elaine Surma 814-881-0304 Narcotics Agent with Office of the Attorney General Paula McCommons: 412-422-6243 WPIC STAR Center (variety of child & adolescent MH issues: i.e. did a self-injury presentation to BJHS faculty). 16