Amerigroup GF360° October Training Offerings: Register and Share

The Amerigroup Virtual Resource Summit 2023: A Holistic Approach to Champion Healthcare

November 8 & 9 | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST


Join us as we take the healthcare of some of Georgia’s most vulnerable youth to the next level!  This two-day event is the ultimate opportunity for healthcare professionals, community partners, foster parents and care givers to come together, share ideas, and explore innovative solutions to today’s biggest healthcare challenges through (5) enriching tracks.


Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to earn FREE CEUs, network and grow.  Click here to register  or Scan the QR Code below and Register today!

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Amerigroup Presents: The Art of Pondering

Tuesday, October 24, 2023 | 6:00 PM EST


Presenter: Amanda Newman

If you long for deep heart connections yet still feel a rush of anticipation when there are pictures to capture the words, Amanda Newman is here for you.  After obtaining her master’s degree in counseling from Auburn University, Amanda found her unique creative medium by combining her love for processing and her passion for painting.  Her mural artwork is in schools, doctor’s offices, churches, and homes.  She also regularly creates custom canvas pieces in her abstract realism style. 


Her first book, “Art of Pondering,” was released in December 2020.  It is a collection of easily digestible reflections on simple observations in nature and life woven with more profound meaning.  Click here to register


All Things Amerigroup: Evento de Sesión Informativa (Spanish only)

Thursday, October 26, 2023 | 6:00 PM EST

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Behavioral Health Services and Referral Process: An Overview

Tuesday, October 17, 2023 | 11:00 AM EST

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Overview of Bipolar Disorder

Wednesday, October 18, 2023 | 6:00 PM EST

Lead by: Patrick Aaron-Brown, Clinical Trainer, and Judicial Liaison


This training focuses on providing a general overview of the disorder. It will review bipolar spectrum disorders, information needed for an evaluation and evidence-based treatment options.

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What is CSEC? Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Thursday, October 19, 2023 | 11:00 AM EST

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Special Education Services and Supports

Tuesday, October 24, 2023 | 11:00 AM EST

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Take care and BE Well,


Amerigroup GF360° Education & Training Team



GSU: Child Welfare Training Collaborative- August/September 2023 Training Opportunities

Our new registration system allows you to create an account, enabling you to conveniently track the training you complete along with your certificates. Experience the simplicity of the process by clicking on the provided link to register for our upcoming training opportunities. Questions, email

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Check out this learning opportunity, on Thursday, August 24th from 10-11:30

LJoin the conversation with Mandy Noa of Paint Love who partners with schools and nonprofit organizations to empower youth through creative projects (think murals and residencies) that are artist-led and shaped by trauma-informed standards.


Paint Love brings extraordinary arts programming to youth facing poverty and trauma. They envision a world where all young people have access to creative experiences that empower them to imagine a future not limited by adverse experiences.

You can now view past Knowledge to Action Conversations recordings and resources as well as add resources you know about by visiting our site.

Training for Adoption Competency


Download by clicking on the document to share with someone who may be interested in this opportunity or visit the website to learn more information.

TAC Flyer August 2023

Annual Meeting

August 31, 2023

Securing the Future: Vision, Decisions, & Advocacy: A workshop for parents of young adults with disabilities ages 14-25

Dana Lloyd, Director of Community Outreach and Engagement at the Georgia Advocacy Office, will guide families to consider the variety of decision-making options available to support autonomy and self-determination.


Leslie Lipson JD, owner of Lipson Advocacy and the Georgia Coalition for Equity in Education (GCEE) Director, will coach parents in considering what legal protections IDEA provides in transition planning and maximizing those to support successful post school outcomes.


Check out this graphic Gabby Melnick created that summarizes the

major themes and discussion from our recent in-person event: