As treatment courts around the country begin to contemplate the landscape for a post-pandemic service environment, there is an increasing demand for guidance to determine the appropriateness of teleservices (i.e., for whom, when, and where?), best practices for implementation, and how to achieve the optimal balance of in-person and virtual services.
Part II of this three-part Virtual Learning Community will review the many considerations for treatment court practitioners to address as they plan for adoption or more permanent expansion of teleservices, including (a) assessment of organizational readiness and fit, (b) assessment of client readiness and fit, and (c) staff and client training needs. The goal of this webinar is to provide practitioners with a comprehensive strategy for building a strong foundation for teleservices.
Following this event, participants will be able to:
- Identify three domains of organizational readiness for teleservices and key considerations for each.
- Identify three domains of client readiness for teleservices and key considerations for each.
- Identify at least one priority for staff or client training to prepare for teleservices implementation.