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NASWAZ Branch 3 CEU Event

"Creating a Coordinated Community Response: Identify, Recognize, Explore, Strategize, Assess!" presented by Beya Thayer, LMSW (1 CEU)

When: Friday, November 16, 2018
12:00 PM
Where: Join us at the The Guidance Center (Flagstaff) or via Zoom
2187 N Vickey St
Flagstaff 86004
United States
Presenter: Beya Thayer, MSW
Contact: Katie Mommaets

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Join us in-person or online via Zoom (you must register to attend to receive the link) to earn 1 CEU!


"Creating a Coordinated Community Response: Identify, Recognize, Explore, Strategize, Assess" presented by Beya Thayer, LMSW.
Learning Objectives:
1.       Explore the intersections between behavioral health and the criminal justice system;
2.       Assess and identify systemic gaps that can  create barriers when working with people who have been, or are involved, in the justice system;
3.       Strategize community responses to address barriers and support clients’ needs.


Beya Thayer, MSW
Director, EVAWI, Executive Director, Yavapai Justice and Mental Health Coalition
Beya Thayer is a systems advocate supporting enhanced collaborations among multi-disciplinary teams. Ms. Thayer works to develop and implement strategies that will lead to long-term and sustainable involvement of community institutions, organizations, and individuals in justice and mental health collaboration. With her current position and through her prior positions with the Regional Behavioral Health Authority, the Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence as the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Coordinator and coordinating the Coconino County Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Ms. Thayer 's career has given her the opportunity to work with diverse communities, disciplines and agencies throughout Arizona and the Western Navajo Nation to address mental health and violence against women issues and to create partnerships and collaborations to effect policy and change on both the micro and macro levels. Ms. Thayer has a Master’s in Social Work from Arizona State University and has worked extensively in the social services arena for over 20 years.







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