New and Returning myEvolv Mentors
The selection process for the 2019-2020 Netsmart Mentoring Program has ended! We are pleased to announce the addition of two new myEvolv mentors. Dean Corbin from The House of the Good Shepherd and Jimena Clogston from Lahey Health Behavioral Services will be joining returning mentors Anne Phillips (The Edinburg Center), Becky Cummings (Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI, Inc.), Elise Labatore (Credo Community Center for the Treatment of Addictions), Mike Conway (Northern Rivers Family Services), Priscilla Morales (The House of the Good Shepherd), Sara Carter (Multnomah County), Trisch Edmonds (The Bair Foundation) and Yueh (Perry) Peng (Maryville Academy).
Dean and Jimena will start their Office Hours and 1:1 mentoring sessions in September.
Netsmart also extends our sincerest gratitude to Andrew Massey for his contributions as a 2018-2019 Netsmart Mentor.
Assistance from the Netsmart mentors is available to those enrolled in the myEvolv Certification Program as well as those from organizations subscribed to the Enterprise Training Program. This can be in the form of 1:1 mentoring, but the most popular way to engage is through office hours. Each mentor provides one office each month covering topics of their choice, or those that are voted on by interested clients.
Join office hours and receive answers to your questions, seek recommendations from fellow users, see demonstrations of new functionality and much more!