Mental Health Interpreter Training Support
This opportunity provides support which includes paid registration, limited travel reimbursement, and training to develop the competencies needed to pass the QMHI written exam.
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Upon successful completion of the core MHIT Training, additional support to complete the practicum and take the Qualified Mental Health Interpreter (QMHI) exam may be available. I understand that to be eligible for funding support, I must be committed to: *
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Working with Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing individuals seeking mental health services.
Attending the full core MHIT program, July 30–August 3, 2018 in Alabama.
Paying your own registration and travel expenses meeting the CATIE Center guidelines, then providing the CATIE Center receipts for reimbursement.
Submitting receipts to CATIE Center within two weeks of completing core MHIT.
Seeking a QMHI credential through the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services by applying (and participating, if accepted) to sit for the QMHI.
Developing a learning plan and meeting with CATIE Center staff a minimum of two times (a total of 3 hours) after core MHIT and before sitting for the QMHI.
Completing CATIE Center program surveys and evaluations.
Communicating with the CATIE Center staff regarding any barriers to completing your practicum within the one year timeframe.
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