Different types of adoption often require different processes. This adoption training focuses on the different types of adoption within Michigan and the general procedures that go along with those types of adoptions.
The structure of Kevin’s Law (also known as assisted outpatient treatment) was difficult to navigate, not only for agencies and the public, but also for the courts. Therefore, Kevin’s Law (and the Mental Health Code) has been amended revising the structure and the conditions under which a person may be ordered into involuntary mental health treatment. This session will be an introduction for court staff on how to navigate through the amended Mental Health Code.
The Michigan Judicial Institute (MJI), in collaboration with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), is pleased to offer this one-hour webinar on new developments in adolescent sexual behavior assessment. This webinar is a training primer on the Protective + Risk Observations for Eliminating Sexual Offense Recidivism (PROFESOR), and Good Lives Model for adolescents with sexual behavior problems.