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May 14

Equity & Inclusion: Cultural Competence & Humility in Health & Human Services Part 2

You must have attended the Equity & Inclusion Part 1 training to attend Part 2

Stark County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery
121 Cleveland Ave SW, Canton, OH 44702
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May 14, 2024 09:00am ET - May 14, 2024 05:00pm ET

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*You must have attended the Equity & Inclusion Part 1 training on October 31, 2023 or March 5, 2024 to attend this training.


Description: The Cultural Competency Training (CCT) Advanced module will increase the awareness, knowledge and skills required to function effectively with cultural differences that may be present in the area of medical services, service organizations and agencies, medical interpretation and community partnership. The CCT Advanced curriculum includes, but is not limited to: building a culturally competent system of care and community partnership.


Continuing Education Units:

Counselors

SW

OCPC

OCPS

OCPSA

CDCA

LCDC II

LCDC III

LICDC

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.5

About the Presenter:


Isaac Baez, M.P.H., C.D.E. (he/him/el), Director, Health Equity Center, Summa Health Equity Center

Isaac Baez is the Director of the Summa Health Equity Center since January 2023 and has been working at Summa Health since May of 2021. His responsibility is to catalyze institutional change across Summa Health and the Community. His goal is to further health equity by leading the development and management of strategic initiatives in collaboration with internal departments, community partners, and external constituents to address the complex social, economic, and structural social determinants of health. He also supports and collaborates with Summa’s Diversity Advisory Council and Employee Resources Groups, such as A+PLUs and Excel.


He received his Master’s in Public Health from NEOMED and his Certified Diversity Executive (CDE) certificate through the Institute of Diversity Certification. In addition, he has conducted training throughout Stark and Summit Counties, including Cultural and Linguistic Competency, Cultural Humility, Language Access, and LGBTQ+ 101. His passion for working with those in need has been why he pursued a career in Public Health. It has also allowed him to work with different groups, such as Chair of the March for Akron Pride Festival’s Steering Committee, Akron-Canton Latino Committee, Refugee Task Force, board member of the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence (OAESV), and Chair of Outreach & Education Committee for the Board of Plexus LGBT + Allied Chamber of Commerce.