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The DSAMH Training Office provides or facilitates workshops that are offered throughout the State of Delaware, and that are developed and presented by faculty who are experts in the fields of recovery from mental illness, substance use conditions, and gambling-related problems. DSAMH offers new and innovative trainings, ensuring that behavioral health practitioners have access to the latest evidence-based treatment modalities and best practices material. In compliance with certification requirement, certificate of training will only be issued to those who register for and complete an active workshop. For additional training office policy and procedures please see link below.
The Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Training Office applies to numerous certification and professional licensing boards to request those entities’ approval for many of the Training Office’s educational offerings.
The Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Training Office policies and procedures governing the administration of workforce development activities are included in this document.
The Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Training Office provides oversight to student internship field placement opportunities for those from higher education.
Contact us - email@example.com or 302-255-9480
Hours of operation: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Visit the Delaware Learning Center (DLC) to view current workforce development offerings, register for a training, access your training history, complete workshop evaluations, and to print your training certificate.
FOR NON-STATE OF DELAWARE EMPLOYEE USERS: To access the new Delaware Learning Center system, go to the link and register as a new user.
Legal Disclaimer: The views and opinions presented in the independent educational offerings facilitated through the DSAMH Training Office do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Health and Social Services or the Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, and should not be construed as such.