Coordinating Care and Safety for Patients Experiencing IPV at the Intersection of Mental and Behavioral Health
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A Learning Collaborative is a 4 to 6 part virtual series for which health centers and other health program grantees must apply. Learning Collaboratives are free of charge and are generally open to 10 health centers/health program grantees. Depending on the topic, advocacy programs may participate, but must also apply. Learning Collaboratives differ from webinars in that they are not standalone, one-time events. Instead, they provide an in-depth look at a specific topic and also feature peer exchange and listening sessions from experts in the field. Generally, participants are expected to attend all four sessions. Announcements for Learning Collaboratives will be shared at least one month in advance of the first session in the series.