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The Training Institute

About the Training Institute


The Training Institute is a Division of The Fellowship House, in Anna, IL.   

MISSION:  To provide quality, useful, accessible training to professionals needing technical skills and experiences. 

GOALS:  To train professionals and upgrade their skills in a variety of areas depending on the needs of the community, organization or business.

  1. To have a variety of excellent speakers and trainers on a contractual basis
  2. Promote the training to as many people as possible for their ongoing learning and professional growth.

FEES:  Fees vary according to the costs of the speaker/trainer, location, travel and lodging required, number of participants, intensity of and tools required for the training. 

If people want specific training from The Fellowship House, such as attending our treatment program for training or certification purposes, the cost will depend upon the number of participants, topic and location call the Training Institute Director to design a training for your needs. 

Examples of past trainings include:

The Twelve Steps for the Addictions Counselor
Instituting Pathological Gambling Counseling in the Substance Abuse Treatment Setting
HIPAA and Confidentiality in the Treatment Setting
Working with the Mentally Ill Substance Abuser
Rational Emotive Therapy
Reality Therapy
Working with the Borderline Personality in the Substance Abuse Treatment Setting

- and more-

If you would be interested in specific training, contact:

Mickey Finch, MS, CRT
The Training Institute Director



Fax Number
Problem Gambling Program
Prevention Services
Adult Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Services
Adolescent Outpatient Treatment Services
(618) 833-4456
(618) 833-2371
(618) 833-2194
(618) 833-4460
(618) 833-2194
(618) 833-4465

Licensed by the Illinois Department of Human Services' Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, and certified by Medicaid.

Funding provided in whole or in part by the Illinois Department of Human Services' Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse and the Federal Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Fund.