The Center for Practice Innovations (CPI) supports the New York State Office of Mental Health’s mission to promote the widespread availability of evidence-based practices to improve mental health services, ensure accountability, and promote recovery-oriented outcomes for consumers and families. The CPI serves as a key resource to OMH by spreading those practices identified by OMH as most critical to accomplish OMH’s system-transformation initiatives.

On Track NY
Suicide Prevention Training


The Uniform Clinical Network Provider Training

  • 3 October 2016

The Center for Practice Innovations, The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse and the Health Plan Association are pleased to announce - The Uniform Clinical Network Provider Training

Understanding Peer Services in NYS

  • 11 July 2016

Peer services have been offered for some time in NYS, and are now an important aspect of Home and Community-Based Services. How familiar are you with this important work? What tasks are performed by peer specialists, and what outcomes do they help to accomplish?

New: ACT Transition Curriculum

Transition from ACT is one step on the road to recovery

  • 4 July 2016

The ACT Institute is pleased to announce that the new ACT Transition curriculum is now available to ACT Teams. The curriculum offers an overview of the ACT Transition Model, a three dimensional approach designed to give structure to the transition process.

IMHATT Program Completion List

  • 22 May 2016
Access a list of OMH-licensed programs where at least one staff person has earned an Integrated Mental Health Mental Health/Addictions Treatment Training (IMHATT) certificate. People earn an IMHATT certificate after completing 29 online training modules that include basic, intermediate, and advanced skills in integrated treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders including tobacco dependence.

Looking for OnTrackUSA?

  • 8 October 2015
OnTrackUSA provides manuals and other web-based resources as well as consultation and training to programs and State agencies that would like to implement Coordinated Specialty Care teams (CSCs) for people with early psychosis. CSC teams provide innovative, evidence-based, recovery-oriented treatment to young people who have recently begun experiencing psychotic symptoms. These teams help people achieve their goals for school, work and relationships. 


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