Take Care of Yourself:

Exploring strategies for personal and workplace wellness

 
Working on the front lines of health care and behavioral health is exciting, fulfilling, and gratifying. It can also be stressful and overwhelming. Long hours working with people who are struggling to stay healthy while dealing with lots of personal, economic, and social challenges can really take its toll.
For only $100 you get a 4-hour training that outlines what compassion fatigue is, how it differs from burnout and the role of both the workplace and the worker in addressing it. Participants will come out of this session with a personal plan to prevent or reduce compassion fatigue and burnout.
Target audience: Community Health Workers and other Traditional Health Workers, eligibility specialists, patient navigators, CADCs, case managers, and those who supervise front-line health and behavioral health staff.
Training formally named: Compassion Fatigue.
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Compassion Fatigue

A 4-hour online course designed to help health and social service providers better serve themselves to stay in the field long-term by achieving compassion satisfaction.

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Additional Registration Benefits:

Below are benefits for this training series. Please check out additional trainings offered by our NEON Training team.

 Compassion Satisfaction & Self-Care Community

A space for you to gather with other training participants to share information, stay up to date. 

 

Scholarship Opportunity

 

 We offer scholarships for those eligible. Scholarships cover $75 of the $100 cost of training.

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This training offers CEU Hours

 

You will receive up to 4 Continued Education Units. 

Certifications will be emailed post attendance.

This training will be held via zoom

Join us anywhere that has decent internet. 

If you need help technical support during training let us know.

Register now for Take Care of Yourself: Exploring strategies for personal and workplace wellness Training
 
To register, please click on an available time below, and choose your ticket type. 

Testimonies:


 

"The training was well structured and had a good flow. I learned a lot about the topics that were provided."

- Participant from March 30, 2022

"Loved the interactive aspect of the training: jamboard, breakout groups. I felt more part of the group and included."

- Participant from May, 2022

 Workplace resilience is a dynamic interactive process within and between the person and their environment that promotes positive adaption to adverse events and restores well-being.

 
This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $2,280,666 with 0% financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.

NEON is a connector, innovator, and expert resource

Rural Oregon communities are under-resourced, particularly in their capacity to support the health of residents. As a result, barriers to community health can be enormous—providers experience gaps in funding, technology, and training; community members commonly have limited access to information and care. Our mission at NEON is to create a healthier Eastern Oregon. We accomplish this by reducing barriers for both residents and the systems that support their health. We are connectors, innovators and experts. We connect people and organizations to one another and to resources they need to meet their goals. By thinking out of the box and harnessing the creativity of our communities, we help lead the development of solutions to the unique challenges faced in our region. We make it our priority to learn and share policy, practice, and tools that will help others accomplish more. We believe that by working together, the communities of rural Eastern Oregon can move from surviving to healthy, happy, and thriving.

 Our History

‚ÄčNEON is a 501(c)3 nonprofit health collaborative originally serving Union, Wallowa, and Baker counties in Northeast Oregon and recently expanded into Umatilla and Malheur counties.  NEON launched in 2004 from a small group of individuals who recognized the value of community collaboration in ensuring the health of our residents. 
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