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Mental Health Screeners Corner

Welcome to the Mental Health Screeners Corner.- This site will serve as a location to share new information among DSAMH screeners and to re-credential existing screeners as necessary. 

** Training for 2017 will be held at Delaware Technical Community College, Dover Campus on Wednesdays, beginning October 11 and concluding November 15 ** 

Training for 2017 will be held on Wednesdays beginning October 11 and concluding Wednesday, November 15, 2017. If you are interested in attending the upcoming training, please review the Welcome Letter  for training dates and the “Credentialing Regulations for Mental Health Screeners” and the “Credentialing Criteria Table” for necessary qualifications. If you meet the outlined criteria to become a screener, you may complete the “Mental Health Screener Application”  and fax it to Delaware Technical Community College @ 302-857-1450.  Delaware Technical and Community College will follow up with attendees if they do not meet admission criteria.

For Screeners that need to renew their credential, please take the time to review all of the information under "Credentialing Information for Mental Health Screeners" and complete the application to begin the renewal process. Next, please review the "Credentialing Criteria Table" and note any changes on the renewal application. Next, please review the "Resources for Mental Health Screeners" and complete the test once all materials have been read.  

If you have questions, please contact Amy Kevis;  Amy.Kevis@state.de.us.

 

Credentialing Information for Mental Health Screeners

Recredentialing Test Materials

*Upon completion of the exam, please scan and email it to Amy.Kevis@state.de.us or fax to 302.255.4416.*

Physician Forms

Physician Training Resources for Credentialing (Resources are also for non-physician screeners)

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