PrairieCare Education Series (PES) is a monthly educational opportunity to provide attendees with specific diagnosis and treatment skills and information primarily related to psychiatric issues in adults, children and adolescents. The topics chosen are those related to issues/diagnoses that are frequently treated through PrairieCare’s programs and/or for which we have received requests at conferences, seminars, and our previous years PES. The monthly sessions are typically held the first Thursday of each month for 3 hours (3 CEU’s provided) from 9:00 am to noon. The location varies each month throughout the Twin Cities. (MORE INFO)
PrairieCare and PrairieCare Medical Group are proud to provide mental health trainings off site. CEP is designed to bring training to community partners such as schools, churches, clinics, county agencies and more. These trainings can be customized to the time and budgetary limits of the hiring agency. Workshops can be presenting in time formats to meet your needs: 2 hour, 4 hour, or full day options are available.
PrairieCare partners with the ISD 279 Social Work Department to facilitate OASIS – Osseo Area Source of Information and Support. This group meets monthly throughout the school year for a presentation on a mental health topic, and for resource sharing and support. This program is free and open the public. The presentation is 1.5 hours, while OASIS is geared towards parents there is a certificate of attendance is provided for any professionals seeking continuing education hours. Workshops are held at Weaver Lake Elementary School in Maple Grove, MN and is open to all parents, caregivers, and staff. Presentation from 6:30-8pm, stay until 8:30pm if you would like to continue the conversation, seek support, or to share resources.
PrairieCare partners with the ISD 622 to facilitate SPARC, Schools Parents and Resources Connecting – North St. Paul. This group meets monthly throughout the school year for a presentation on the mental health topic of ADD/ADHD and for resource sharing and support. This program is free and open the public. The presentation is 1.5 hours, while the support group is geared towards parents there is a certificate of attendance is provided for any professionals seeking continuing education hours. All adults are welcome to our group. You do not need to live in District 622 in order to attend. We ask that you do not bring children to meetings but they are welcome to come to our childcare. We meet on the second Monday of the month from October to April from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. with the exception of our March meeting, which will meet the first Monday of the month. We meet at the District Education Center(DEC), 2520 E. 12th Ave., North St. Paul.