ONTRACK Program Resources (ONTRACK) is a leader in providing high quality, cost-effective training, customized consultation, and technical assistance to improve workforce skills, service delivery, programs, and systems to better serve increasingly diverse communities.
Our pool of 100+ consultants has extensive expertise across a broad range of topics including behavioral health, health care, social services, education, criminal justice, human resources, and other related fields.
Some of the trainings we have conducted in the past can be found in this catalog. We can customize trainings and other technical assistance to address
Hope, Freedom, and Recovery have a home at Soul Space. A cost-free service that provides hands-on resources to maintain mental health, substance use prevention, financial stability, and emotional wellness through culturally affirming connections, education, and practical support to the Black community at large.
A wellness hub to empower individuals, families, and communities to create and strengthen inner resources, community linkages, and resources to support healthy living and self-sufficiency. Soul Space is working with communities to imagine and generate ideas, practices, knowledge, and tools for Black/African Americans to lead in their self-care and community well-being.
Community Health and Justice Project (CHJP) intends to transform the way Sacramento’s criminal justice, behavioral health, and community stakeholders work together to reduce Black/African Americans disproportionality and disparities.
Providing Black/African American individuals with holistic case management wraparound services, support groups, life skills classes, mental health, and substance use referrals to trauma-informed and culturally-response therapists and counselors.
MHFA is a new evidence-based strategy from the National Council on Behavioral Health. MHFA is an 8-hour certification course that teaches an effective 5-step action plan to offer initial help to people with signs and symptoms of a mental illness or in a crisis, by de-escalating the situation, and connecting them with the appropriate professional, peer, social, or self-help care. ONTRACK can provide diverse and dynamic instructors in the adult and youth curricula.
This component of ONTRACK provides affordable fee-for-service options designed to meet your ongoing needs for staff development training, program management consulting, and other organizational support, not supported by public funding
The California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) Phase 2 is a groundbreaking six-year statewide effort that will identify effective community-defined mental health prevention and early intervention solutions for California’s diverse population. ONTRACK Program Resources is the Technical Assistance Provider to the seven CRDP Phase 2 African American Implementation Pilot Projects (IPPs).
ONTRACK Program Resources (ONTRACK), in partnership with California Black Health Network, with funding from CBHN, worked collectively to provide information dissemination and accountability. This programming will include clear and succinct instructions for how marginalized members can easily access mental health services and how they can become involved in advocating through the MHSA CPP Process, LMHB, and Cultural Competency.
In partnership with Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, we have worked with agencies throughout the County to increase outreach, access, engagement, and outcomes for African American adults and Transitional Age Youth (TAY) seeking Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and other recovery support services.
Over the last several years, the Sacramento African American/Black (Black) community has repeatedly expressed its frustration and outrage with local encounters involving behavioral health (mental health or substance use disorders) and law enforcement. In several publicized cases, Black people with behavioral health issues died tragically. But there are many other experiences that have not been well-publicized that also cause waves of stress, trauma, and loss to Sacramento Black families and the community. There are new relevant public initiatives* underway that have the potential to address this crisis that the Black community needs to know about and play an active role in.
Cost-free webinars, consultation, and other resources for the Sacramento Black/African American community on how to address the opioid and other drugs crisis in an effective and culturally responsive way, thanks to a Prevention and Education in Communities of Color grant from the MAT Access Point Project.
Community Alliance for CLAS consultants help organizations increase their abilities to incorporate cultural and linguistic competence into all aspects of program administration, including policy-making, human resource planning and employment practices, outreach/marketing, staff development, as well as all aspects of direct service delivery.
With funding received from The San Francisco Foundation (TSFF), ONTRACK partnered with TSFF for 3 years in a row to expand opportunity in the Bay Area to ensure equity and opportunity in the region so that everyone in the community can thrive. This campaign was known as “Stay in the Bay”.