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PC-CARE Training

Video: Introduction to PC-CARE Training – Overview

PDF: PC-CARE Training Model Outline

Upcoming Trainings

  • In 2021 we had the first annual PC-CARE Summit!
  • Check the Upcoming Presentations page for Phase I Trainings
  • If you have already registered for Phase I, Enter Here (requires password)
  • If you have completed Phase I and registered for Phase II, Enter Here (requires password)
  • Training Coordinator: Lindsay Armendariz (nee Forte) laforte@ucdavis.edu
  • Social Media & Web Coordinator: Aubrey Johnson aubjohnson@ucdavis.edu


Phase I of PC-CARE

Subscribe to the PC-CARE Listserv to be notified when the next Phase I goes live!
When registration is open, a link will be available in the PC-CARE Marketplace at the link below. 

PC-CARE Marketplace:  (copy and paste this secure address in your browser) https://marketplace.ucdavis.edu/C21642_ustores/web/index.jsp


Phase II of PC-CARE Training 

If you have already completed or are registered for Phase I of PC-CARE Training and are interested in on-going training, follow the link to our Marketplace.

If you completed Phase I of PC-CARE Training at our PC-CARE Skill Building Workshops, you may be interested in on-going training in PC-CARE. Phase II is available in our Marketplace!

PC-CARE marketplace training button


If you have more questions about getting trained to provide PC-CARE, please email our training coordinator:

Lindsay Forte Armendariz at laforte@ucdavis.edu


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The UC Davis CAARE Center is funded by the Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) (SM63268). The views and opinions of authors expressed in this (document, product, web site) do not necessarily state or reflect those of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).