Video Training Collection

In case you missed it!

This collection of videos is of past webinar recordings. These recorded trainings include:

  • Training for Evaluation & Data
  • Professional Development Webinars
  • Prevention Community Webinars
  • PEI Early Childhood Webinars
  • Fatherhood Learning Series - New!

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All Achieve OnDemand Self-Paced Course enrollment will NO longer be available in the Texas Learning Hub. You can access and enroll into the Achieve OnDemand self-paced courses through the Start Early, Essentials of Home Visiting learning portal. For questions or to request access for new members, contact

PIP Fatherhood Webinar Series

Next in the Series: The Nuts and Bolts of a Fatherhood Program

Presented by: Joshua Banks, Derrick “David” Bryant, and Dallin Belt
Date:  June 18, 2024
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. CDT

silhouette of a father lifting a baby

In this session, we will look at the essentials of planning, operating, and growing a successful fatherhood program. This session will dig into valuable tools to strengthen your programming approach. Some examples include knowledge of resources for child support, access and visitation, and co-parenting, best-practice principles for fatherhood practitioners, and how to select the right program elements. 

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Coming Soon

  • Aug 21, 2024 - Partnering with Fathers: Success Stories from the Field
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  • Oct 23, 2024 - Building Community Support Around Fatherhood
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Past Webinars

  • Moving Through the Stages of Fatherhood Inclusion
  • Why Fathers? Looking Beyond the Statistics (Coming Soon)

If you missed any of the webinars in this series, you can view it in our recorded video training collection.

PIP Learning Series

Partners in Prevention isn't just a once a year conference - it's a year round call for action and collaboration.

Our new Partners in Prevention Learning Series began in December and has been very successful. We will be hosting a different speaker related to relevant and timely issues on a different subject every other month. One Social Work CE credit/contact hour will be provided for these events after evaluation feedback is received.

If you missed any of the previous webinars, you can view them in the prevention community webinar archive.

Next Webinar: July 24, 2024 - Support for Women's Perinatal and Postpartum Mental Health

Presented by: Luanne Southern, MSW - Lisa Boyers, MD - Judith Osborn

Luanne Southern
Lisa Boyers
Judith Osborn

Pediatric and pregnancy related mental illness is at an all-time high. 85% of primary-care practices indicate difficulty accessing evidence-based mental health care. In this presentation, you will learn about the Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium pilot program, the Perinatal Psychiatry Access Network. You will learn more about how this initiative is supporting women's health providers (doctors, nurses, mid-wives, etc.) by enabling access to perinatal and postpartum mental health services by linking providers with psychiatric expert advice, referrals and resource assistance. You will also hear the most recent data on perinatal and postpartum behavioral health, maternal morbidity and mortality and why women need behavioral health support during this critical time in their families' lives.


This session qualifies for 1.0 Social Work CEU for those who attend the entire session and complete the required evaluation.

Coming Soon

  • Sep 11, 2024 ASK About Suicide to Save a Life
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Upcoming Live Webinars - Get Notified

PEI speakers and guest experts present on a variety of topics each month. Register for the PEI Community News and receive the upcoming registration links, or email PEI Training.

Essentials of Home Visiting Webinar Series

All PEI Grantees have access to the Essentials of Home Visiting Webinar Series, free of cost. For information about the series:

Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health® Approved Training Opportunity

Are you interested in or currently pursuing an Infant Mental Health Endorsement? Endorsement is an internationally recognized credential that supports and recognizes the development and proficiency of professionals who work with or on behalf of infants, toddlers, and their families.

Gaining endorsement allows you to:

  • Enhance your professional profile as a specialist in the infant and family field.
  • Distinguish yourself among your colleagues by meeting competency standards that reflect best practice and by earning the IMH-E® mark.
  • Affirm the specialized knowledge and skills you have acquired through formal education and work experiences.
  • Better support the infants, toddlers, families, students, agencies, and institutions that are served by the promotion of infant mental health.

The Essentials of Home Visiting self-paced online courses and live webinars for family professionals count towards training requirements to earn and renew an Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Endorsement® from the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health.

Upon completion of these learning experiences, participants earn in-service training credits from First3Years Texas. Review this crosswalk, which details The Essentials of Home Visiting trainings that support each Endorsement Knowledge & Skill Area, as well as credit hours a professional may earn upon completion.