FLPPS is partnering with Partners In Community Development (PICD) to offer health and human service professionals training to better serve marginalized populations from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
PICD operates the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Parents Elevating their voice to Educate and Empower Each other to Eliminate disparities and inequities in services related to the Emotional Health of our Kids (PEEEEEEK) Program. BIPOC serves as an international movement led by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color parents and caregivers of children who are receiving mental health services or have identified emotional health conditions but are not linked to care.
The trainings that will be offered are designed to address health care disparities, improve patient provider relationships, promote culturally responsive care, and highlight social determinants of health from the lens of a parent/caregiver.
Through a series of professional development educational sessions co-facilitated by parents and caregivers and clinical trainers, the goal is to improve patient provider relationships, increase provider competencies to successfully engage populations from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, and to foster a system built for BIPOC children and families that will ultimately improve health outcomes and address disparities.
The training will be offered on the FLPPS Learning Management System (LMS) and in person, which provides training, support, and reporting designed to support the learning strategy and training goals of client organizations in the FLPPS region. The FLPPS LMS provides an extensive library of courses in many focus areas including Care Management, Social Determinants of Health, and Behavioral Health.
For more information visit learning.flpps.org, and if you would like to register for this free training which is being offered through the end of December 2022, please send an email to [email protected] with your first and last name and include in subject line “BIPOC Parent Voice.”