Training and Education
The Training and Education department at Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) is responsible for providing training and education about mental health, substance use disorders, and intellectual /developmental disabilities to our community, individuals we serve, providers, partner organizations, and professionals. We offer several training opportunities such as:
- New Hire Recipient Rights Training
- Mental Health First Aid (youth and adult)
- L.E.A.P. (coming soon!)
- WRAP trainings
- Moving Forward
- and more!
Looking for the online, annual trainings? Click below to access:
|Direct Support Professional Training (OCHN funded)||Community Trainings (Non-OCHN trainings)|
Have you recently attended one of our trainings? We want to hear from you! Click here to submit feedback on the training and help us continue to improve.
Click the link above for more information on Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program and training.
Meet OCHN's Director of Training & Education
Trisha Zizumbo, MSA, CHES® joined OCHN in October 2018. Prior to joining OCHN, Trish was one of the Health Education Supervisors at Oakland County Health Division. She has over 14 years of health education experience and managed health education and public relation programs on a variety of topics such as substance use disorder prevention and suicide prevention for the County. Trisha has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health Education and Master's of Administration degree with a concentration in health administration, both from Central Michigan University.