The PA Care Partnership's goal is to share relevant and important training opportunities related to county staff, county engagement, and system partner training.  System partners include but are not limited to Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol, Education, County Administration, Early Intervention, Special Education, the Courts, and Autism just to name a few.  We know there are many training opportunities around the state, and our intention to share important training and technical assistance opportunities provided for system partners by the PA Care Partnership and other training entities.  

TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE TRAINING (Updated 3/14/19- New training requests are not being accepted at this time.  We will update when new training requests will be accepted)

Lakeside Global Institute has been providing professional development training for over 13 years.  Our 33 courses for professionals serving children and families address a variety of difficult issues.  Our training process has been uniquely designed to provide well-researched knowledge, hands-on skill-building, and emotional/relational support.  For more information on Lakeside Global Institute click here:




The PA Care Partnership is excited to release the 2018-2019 County Collaborative Schedule for counties engaged in the Expansion and Sustainability Cooperative Agreement.  These hour-long webinars will be held on the 4th Tuesday of the month (Excluding Christmas Day and New Year’s Day) at 2:30 pm. 

Title: County Collaborative on BHARP System of Care Grant Promoting Fiscal Sustainability 
Presented by: Chris Minnich | Quality Director, System of Care Project BHARP – Behavioral Health Alliance of Rural Pennsylvania
Hosted by: The PA Care Partnership
Date: July 23, 2019
Time: 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

The PA Care Partnership is partnering with the Behavioral Health Alliance of Rural PA (BHARP) to present the July 23, 2019 County Collaborative from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm to discuss their System of Care Grant.  BHARP works with eight (8) member counties and they are identified as “Tier 1” System of Care counties who receive financial and technical support.  They are Forest, Northumberland, Potter, Schuylkill, Snyder, Union, Warren, and Wayne. BHARP also works with an additional 15 counties who have access to training and other resources developed as a part of the grant as it evolves. There are 4 core activities identified in the submission which support system transformation: creating SOC leadership teams in each of the Tier 1 counties and at the BHARP level, developing a family driven system of care, developing a youth-driven system of care, and developing a trauma-informed system of care.

This presentation will focus on funding and how the BHARP System of Care Grant moved to focusing on funding and how they have increasingly moved funding to the counties they work with as part of their System of Care allocations.  This will discuss how they have strategically addressed funding to promote sustainability.

Please join this County Collaborative call to learn about how the BHARP System of Care Grant is moving towards fiscal Sustainability.  

Register in advance for this meeting:  

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.




Open Table’s faith-based model draws together the community and relationship life of congregations around the country. It provides technical support, training, structure, process.
Each Table is composed of a group of volunteers that make a year-long commitment to act–through relationship—as a team of life specialists, encouragers, and advocates. Over the course of a year, the Table works together to set goals, foster accountability, and implement a plan to create change.  

For more information on this transformative process click here:

The PA Care Partnership has developed a contract with the Open Table to come into your community. Space is limited for funding, so for more information, email