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Behavioral Health Trainings and Resources

Silver Summit Health Plan offers trainings for both behavioral health and physical health providers in our network at no cost. Our team provides mostly clinical, provider-focused education on topics that are geared towards improving member outcomes. The majority of our clinical trainings also offer behavioral health continuing education units also at no cost to the attendee. Trainings are completed via live/virtual instructor led webinars.

How to sign up for trainings:

  • View the lists of all upcoming trainings: (both are open to all providers)
  • Select the training date and time that you would like to attend
  • Enter the required information and click “Register”
  • You will receive a confirmation email with a link and instructions for joining the webinar.
    NOTE: Please check your junk folder if you do not receive the confirmation email.
  • When you join the webinar, the call-in telephone number and an attendee passcode will be displayed.

Training topics include but are not limited to:

For training requests and/or more information, please contact our Clinical Provider Training Department at:





Opioid Response: Prescriber Resources

The online resources listed below offer free and/or paid
educational activities on the appropriate prescribing of controlled substance medications which meet both the Nevada Medical Board and the DEA Registration training requirements.​

Nevada State Opioid Response (SOR)

The Nevada Opioid Response is a state-funded program supported by the State Opioid Response grant has created provider resources covering various topics that promote best practices in specialty and primary care settings to enhance the delivery of medications for addiction treatment (MAT) and promote MAT sustainability.

Provider Clinical Support System (PCSS)

PCSS​ is a program funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAHMSA) focused on the prevention and treatment of opioid use disorders (OUD), other substance use disorders, and the appropriate treatment of chronic pain. 

Safer/Competent Opioid Prescribing Education (SCOPE) of Pain

SCOPE of Pain​ offers a wider series of CME training modules designed to
promote safe and effective acute and chronic pain management. SCOPE of Pain: Safer and Competent Opioid Prescribing Core Curriculum and supplemental trainings can be used to count toward the DEA licensure 8-hour training requirement as it aligns with SAMHSA's content recommendations required by the 2022 MATE Act.

American Medical Association Education Hub

The American Medical Association offers free (as well as
paid) CME options regarding opioids, pain management and safe opioid
prescribing: Course 277 – Opioid Therapy and Pain Management CME: Guidelines, Research and Treatments  and Course 302 – Substance Use Disorders and Addiction Education to Meet New DEA Requirements.​

American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)

ASAM offers multiple CME opportunities, including workshops, review courses and recommended trainings to meet DEA requirement as part of MATE Act. 

Nevada Primary Care Association

NVPCA also has multiple educational tools for busy clinicians treating patient stimulant use in primary care settings.

American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)

Visit American Association of Nurse Practitioners and select the filter for courses that meet DEA requirements.

American Association of Physician Associates (AAPA)

Visit American Association of Physicians Associates to view CME on Demand.