Case Management Training Institute

CMTI, generously funded by the CT Department of Housing, was created to provide a comprehensive training program for individuals with case management responsibilities in AIDS services, AIDS housing, domestic violence, homeless shelters, and transitional living programs, regardless of how the positions are funded (i.e. DPH, HOPWA, DOH, and DMHAS).

Click on the following links for more detailed information about CMTI:

(Or click here for a PDF version of the CMTI Manual)

Online Registration:

Click on the link(s) below to register for an upcoming session. Unless otherwise noted, all sessions are 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Center Congregational Church in Meriden. Light refreshments provided. All sessions are free for ACT members, however non-members will be charged $15 per person. Checks should be mailed prior to each session to: ACT, 110 Bartholomew Ave, Ste 3050, Hartford, CT 06106. Each session is limited to 25 participants, so in order to accommodate as many agencies as possible, there will be a maximum of 2 staff per agency for each session. If you would like to send more than 2 staff from your agency please contact us at to discuss the possibility of special arrangements. PLEASE NOTE: Failure to attend without sending an email to at least 24 hours in advance will result in a $25.00 charge and may limit your access to future trainings.


Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at United Way of Greater New Haven

"I Take Charge of My Health" and "I Speak Up for My Health"

Presented by Vanessa Mills, Merck Pharmaceutical

Join us for "I Take Charge of My Health" and "I Speak Up for My Health", a two section, three-hour training centered on helping case managers work to empower their clients to self-advocate and take ownership of their care.

Part I will emphasize "taking charge" of one’s health, offering skills and tips to aid clients in becoming an active participant in their own healthcare.

Part II will focus on "speaking up" for one’s health and HIV, offering tools for clients to communicate more effectively with their health care team about their treatment and care.