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What's Happening at DSH-Stockton?

CAPT’s DSH-Stockton Chapter President Jamila O’Neal, Chapter Job Steward Betty Burns and CAPT Consultant Ann Lyles met with DSH management on Friday, March 27 to address staffing changes relative to Post and Bid. Following is the outcome of the meeting:  Download flier.

CAPT is now accepting applications for its 2015 Anthony Myers Memorial Scholarship Program

CAPT is now accepting applications for the eleventh round of scholarships it will award to students enrolled in Psych Tech education programs.

Last year the CAPT Board of Directors voted to rename the union’s annual scholarship program the Anthony Myers Memorial Scholarship Program in honor of CAPT’s previous state president who passed away from cancer. The Board agreed that it was only fitting to rename the program after Tony, who was not only instrumental in establishing the scholarship program, but dedicated to the education of Psych Techs and advancement of the profession. Tony was first elected as state president in 2000. He continued to be re-elected and held office through 2013. Download flier. Download Application.

The PDAS track Location for Safety, not Hours for Timekeeping

CAPT wants to reassure BU 18 members employed at state hospitals where the use of Personal Duress Alarms Systems have been implemented, namely Patton, Metro and Napa, to not worry about the device tracking your working hours on site, even with the application of hardware updates. Download flier.

ASP ADSeg Unit to Remain Open

CAPT was recently notified by the Legislative Director for CCHCS that the ADSeg unit at Avenal State Prison will remain open. Roughly a month ago, CAPT learned that Avenal State Prison was going to deactivate their ADSeg unit in 45 days. The news to deactivate the unit came only 60 days after Avenal hired five new psych techs to work the unit. With the looming closure of the unit, BU 18 members were going to be redirected to Pleasant Valley State Prison. Dowload flier.

CalPERS hosts benefits education event

CalPERS is hosting a Benefits Education Event at Squaw Creek in Olympic Valley on April 10-11 to inform members about programs and benefits available to them. The CalPERS press release is accessible at: