The Georgia Mental Health Access in Pediatrics CLAS Training Part 2: In-Person

The Cultural & Linguistic Workgroup of the Interagency Directors Team in partnership with the Georgia Mental Health Access in Pediatrics Program presents

Using Cultural and Linguistic Appropriate Services to Advance Health Equity for Families in Georgia: Actionable Steps to Provide Culturally Responsive Care

Session 2 (in-person): July 10, 10 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Join us for this training that will provide actionable steps to help organizations provide culturally responsive behavioral health services. This training session is aimed to equip individuals who serve children, young adults, and families with the knowledge and skills to advance health equity, improve quality of care, and eliminate health care disparities. The training will be guided by the National Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) standards and will provide a blueprint for Georgia’s System of Care — health providers, health care organizations, and youth-serving agencies —to implement culturally and linguistically appropriate services.

There are three parts to the training, which will provide actionable steps to help organizations provide culturally responsive behavioral health services.

  • Part 1 virtual session: Introduction to national CLAS standards
  • Part 2 in-person session: Actionable steps to provide culturally responsive care
  • Part 3 train-the-trainer (optional): Are you interested in training others to deliver culturally responsive care? Sign up for part 3. Please note participants are REQUIRED to register and attend the two previous sessions to be eligible for part 3.

Upcoming trainings:Training will be offered in person in Savannah, Macon, Augusta, Tifton, and Atlanta.

Do you want to take your training to the next level? Look out for details on the train-the-trainer session, on September 18, 2023, in Macon, GA, where you will be guided through the process of teaching others how to provide culturally responsive care.


Jul 10 2023


10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Jaguar Student Activities Center
2500 Walton Way Augusta, GA 30904 United States

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