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Enhanced Prevention Learning Series: Leveraging systems change for substance misuse prevention

Enhanced Prevention Learning Series: Leveraging systems change for substance misuse prevention

This 6-week Enhanced Prevention Learning Series (EPLS) offers an interactive experience for participants to explore the role of systems change in substance misuse prevention. Participants will examine capacities shown to enable evidence-based interventions to achieve and sustain expected results and learn how to incorporate these into their work. Trainers will share examples from their own systems change experiences and will highlight how leveraging leadership, communications, funding, and data can help participants to achieve their prevention goals. The distance learning series will include skill-based learning opportunities, individual and group activities, reading assignments, and group discussion. By the end of the EPLS, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the importance of systems change to success in the field of prevention
  • Name four capacities necessary to create enabling contexts
  • Identify personal strengths and areas to enhance leadership capacity
  • Name at least two strategies to communicate the value of prevention to enhance system change efforts focused on prevention
  • List three resources available to complete the fund mapping process in their community
  • Describe why data systems are essential in prevention
Date and Time: 
March 18, 2021 (All day) to April 22, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Webinar
(All day)
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Ethics in prevention: A guide for substance abuse prevention practitioners

Ethics in prevention: A guide for substance abuse prevention practitioners

As substance misuse prevention professionals, we regularly face situations that require us to make ethical decisions. Often it is clear how to act ethically; sometimes it is not.

This moderated online course explores the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics, brought to life with realistic examples designed to enhance participant understanding. The course also introduces a decision-making process to help practitioners apply this code to a variety of ethical dilemmas, and an online discussion area to facilitate discussion with other course participants.

Date and Time: 
March 22, 2021 (All day) to April 2, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
 
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Prevention ethics

Prevention ethics

This 2-week, 4-session series offers an interactive experience that explores the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics using realistic examples designed to strengthen participants’ abilities to manage challenging situations in their work. The learning series is structured to also provide online consultation, skill-based learning and practice, group and individual activities, reading assignments, and discussion on topics essential to application of an ethical decision-making process.

Date and Time: 
March 23, 2021 (All day) to April 1, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
 
 
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Community Resilience Initiative: Course 3 Trauma-informed training of trainers

Community Resilience Initiative: Course 3 Trauma-informed training of trainers

This online 4 Part [3 hours per part] Course will be held via Zoom over the course of four days. March 23, March 25, March 30, April 1, 2021.  9:00am to 12:00pm (Pacific) each day.

Course 3 - Trauma-Practitioners Neuroscience provides a new lens through which to view challenging and disruptive behavior. This information helps us to respond more compassionately and effectively to individuals that use adaptive strategies to cope with their experiences. Being true to CRI’s K.I.S.S. framework, we believe that dealing more effectively with these individuals requires, first and foremost, the knowledge and insight into why they behave as they do. Once that it is achieved, then we employ strategies based on that knowledge and insight. This course is about those compassionate and effective intervention strategies for challenging behavior. During this four part training for trauma practitioners, participants will learn the foundation of the trauma- informed approach to understanding and helping individuals with behavioral challenges. Challenging behavior has traditionally been thought of as willful and goal oriented which has led to approaches that focus on motivating better behavior using reward and punishment programs. If you’ve tried these strategies and they haven’t worked, this course is for you! Research over the past 30 years demonstrates that a lack of crucial thinking skills results in challenging and disruptive behavior. CRI’s Course 3 focuses on helping to teach the skills these individuals lack while resolving the problems that tend to precipitate challenging behavior.

Participants will:

  • Learn why traditional behavior management doesn’t work with many challenging behaviors.
  • Learn that challenging behavior occurs when certain demands and expectations exceed an individual’s capacity to respond adaptively. 
  • Learn what the research says about the link between challenging behavior and underdeveloped executive function skills.
  • Learn that how challenging behavior is viewed will guide the intervention.
  • Learn that interventions need to involve identifying the underdeveloped skill and solving the problems that trigger the challenging behavior.
  • Learn strategies to develop skills linked to challenging behavior.

Cost: $300 per person and includes Training Materials 

Dates: March 23, March 25, March 30, April 1.  9:00am to 12:00pm (Pacific) each day

Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm (Pacific) 

Date and Time: 
March 23, 2021 - 9:00am to April 1, 2021 - 12:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
9:00am to 12:00pm
 
 
 
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Engaging with change

Engaging with change

Times of dramatic change can be overwhelming, but they can also be catalysts for innovation and an opportunity for thoughtful transformation.

This training offers public health leaders and managers a chance to reflect on their own relationship with change, understand how to break down resistance to change, and empower their teams and organizations to harness change as a powerful part of their work.

Learners will gain skills and tools to navigate change and explore what it means to be a learning organization. They will also look at how their organization’s systems and processes help or hinder their work to address change as a normal course of business. Are those systems and processes sufficiently flexible, adaptable, and accountable? Are they adequate for the level of change the organization is experiencing? If not, what other systems or strategies are needed?

Register today for this four-week training, taught by two instructors from the Public Health Management Certificate program, to learn how to engage with change.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

Describe methods to prepare for change.
Identify the skills and tools your organization can use to engage with change.
Analyze system elements that enable organizations to navigate change.
Describe the characteristics of a learning organization.
Explore ways to reduce resistance to change.
Apply knowledge of strategies to reduce resistance to change to a case study.

Date and Time: 
March 24, 2021 (All day) to April 14, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
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2021 Tribal Youth Virtual Conference: Shaping brighter futures with American Indian, Alaska Native and tribal communities

2021 Tribal Youth Virtual Conference: Shaping brighter futures with American Indian, Alaska Native and tribal communities

2021 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Tribal Youth Virtual National Conference
Shaping brighter futures with American Indian, Alaska Native and tribal communities
Strengthening resilience, promoting healing, restoring culture

This free 5-day virtual training is open to everyone interested in Tribal Youth Programs and Issues and will feature sessions designed to support Tribal Youth Programs, Juvenile Healing to Wellness Courts, and more!

Date and Time: 
March 29, 2021 (All day) to April 2, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
 
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Guiding Good Choices New Facilitator Training [3/29 to 4/02, 2021]

Guiding Good Choices New Facilitator Training [3/29 to 4/02, 2021]

Guiding Good Choices New Facilitator Training

Training (via Zoom) will introduce participants to GGC and the adaptations for virtual program delivery. For general programming questions or help with registration contact the trainers: Kayla Wells (kayla.wells@wsu.edu) or AnaMaria Diaz Martinez (a.martinez@wsu.edu).

Registration is required. Once registered, a Zoom link will be forwarded prior to the start of training. Please review the training dates and times listed below for this training. All dates and times are required for complete certification.

March 29 - April 02, 2021 

03.29.2021 (Monday) 9a-11a and 1p-3p

03.30.2021 (Tuesday) 9a-11a and 1p-3p

03.31.2021 (Wedday) 9a-11a and 1p-3p

04.01.2021 (Thursday) 9a-11a and 1p-3p

04.02.2021 (Friday) 9a-12p

Registration Link: GGC 3/29-4/2 Registration Link

Date and Time: 
March 29, 2021 (All day) to April 2, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Via Zoom (Registration Required - Zoom Link Will Be Mailed Day Before Event)
(All day)
 
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Tree of Healing Behavioral Health Conference

Tree of Healing Behavioral Health Conference

The Tree of Healing is a premiere behavioral health and Native American cultural conference. Presenters are renowned local, national and international speakers on topics that are timely and targeted towards your learning experience and professional development. Each attendee can earn up to 21 CEU hours including a cultural competency component. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served for those registered for the conference. Find the agenda here.

Date and Time: 
March 30, 2021 - 7:30am to April 1, 2021 - 5:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Northern Quest Resort & Casino, 100 N Hayford Rd, Airway Heights, WA
7:30am to 5:00pm
 
 
Take Down Tobacco National Day of Action: A Roast of Big Tobacco

Take Down Tobacco National Day of Action: A Roast of Big Tobacco

This one-hour interactive variety show hosted by Dash Radio's Kierra Wagstaff will feature the comedic talent of:

Harrison Greenbaum from Last Comic Standing
Maddy Smith from MTV's Wild 'N Out
Usama Siddiquee from America's Got Talent
YouTube star Da Kid Gowie and podcaster Tori Piskin
AND MORE!

In addition to comedy, the show will include trivia and giveaways — plus special guest cameos and a few other surprises!

Don't miss this chance to tell policymakers we won't be fooled by Big Tobacco!

Date and Time: 
April 1, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Category: 
Event
Location: 
Virtual
4:00pm to 5:00pm
 
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Enhanced Prevention Learning Series: Leveraging systems change for substance misuse prevention

Enhanced Prevention Learning Series: Leveraging systems change for substance misuse prevention

This 6-week Enhanced Prevention Learning Series (EPLS) offers an interactive experience for participants to explore the role of systems change in substance misuse prevention. Participants will examine capacities shown to enable evidence-based interventions to achieve and sustain expected results and learn how to incorporate these into their work. Trainers will share examples from their own systems change experiences and will highlight how leveraging leadership, communications, funding, and data can help participants to achieve their prevention goals. The distance learning series will include skill-based learning opportunities, individual and group activities, reading assignments, and group discussion. By the end of the EPLS, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the importance of systems change to success in the field of prevention
  • Name four capacities necessary to create enabling contexts
  • Identify personal strengths and areas to enhance leadership capacity
  • Name at least two strategies to communicate the value of prevention to enhance system change efforts focused on prevention
  • List three resources available to complete the fund mapping process in their community
  • Describe why data systems are essential in prevention
Date and Time: 
March 18, 2021 (All day) to April 22, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Webinar
(All day)
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Engaging with change

Engaging with change

Times of dramatic change can be overwhelming, but they can also be catalysts for innovation and an opportunity for thoughtful transformation.

This training offers public health leaders and managers a chance to reflect on their own relationship with change, understand how to break down resistance to change, and empower their teams and organizations to harness change as a powerful part of their work.

Learners will gain skills and tools to navigate change and explore what it means to be a learning organization. They will also look at how their organization’s systems and processes help or hinder their work to address change as a normal course of business. Are those systems and processes sufficiently flexible, adaptable, and accountable? Are they adequate for the level of change the organization is experiencing? If not, what other systems or strategies are needed?

Register today for this four-week training, taught by two instructors from the Public Health Management Certificate program, to learn how to engage with change.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

Describe methods to prepare for change.
Identify the skills and tools your organization can use to engage with change.
Analyze system elements that enable organizations to navigate change.
Describe the characteristics of a learning organization.
Explore ways to reduce resistance to change.
Apply knowledge of strategies to reduce resistance to change to a case study.

Date and Time: 
March 24, 2021 (All day) to April 14, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
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Prevention ethics for Alaska Native And American Indian prevention practitioners

Prevention ethics for Alaska Native And American Indian prevention practitioners

Prevention Ethics: A training for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Prevention Practitioners and individuals working primarily with AI/AN communities and organizations to prevent substance misuse.

This 3-week, 5-session series offers an interactive experience for participants to explore the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics using realistic examples designed to strengthen AI/AN prevention practitioners’ capacity to manage challenging situations in their work in AI/AN organizations and communities. Components of this learning series include individual pre-session learning assignments, live videoconference group sessions, facilitated discussion, skills-based learning activities, and practice applying an ethical decision-making process.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 (All day) to April 19, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
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Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit

Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit

The Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit is where solutions are formulated, stakeholders from Federal to family convene, and change begins. It is the annual gathering for stakeholders to discuss what's working in prevention and treatment.

This year, we're removing the barriers and uncertainty of travel to make Rx Summit education more accessible to you. In a time where "what's next" is unknown, one thing is sure - we must come together to formulate solutions. Join us online for the most influential annual conference addressing the opioid and addiction crisis.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 (All day) to April 8, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
 
 
National Public Health Week

National Public Health Week

Building Bridges to Better Health

We may be physically distant from each other, but now it’s more important than ever to come together. That’s why our 2021 theme is “Building Bridges to Better Health.” 

Making communities safe and healthy is public health’s top priority. COVID-19 has made that even more important. Even though we won’t gather in person, social media and virtual platforms make it easier than ever for us to connect, create and take action.

NPHW 2021 will take place completely virtually April 5-11, 2021. Check out the events page for a full list of events each day. We're adding more all the time! Be sure to RSVP for:

  • The NPHW Forum on April 5 featuring a conversation about the community-led movements that are creating a stronger, safer, healthier and more inclusive world
  • NPHW and AJPH: A Dialogue on April 6, a fun Q&A about this month's NPHW issue of the journal
  • Our always-amazing NPHW Twitter chat (let's get public health to trend on April 7!)

And you don't want to miss the 2021 APHA Policy Action Institute, "Building Bridges: Creating Health" on April 8 and 9, which will bring policy to the forefront during NPHW.

Help us keep the conversation going

In the midst of the most challenging public health crisis of our lifetimes, it's more important than ever to celebrate public health.

Help us continue to thank public health for all the hard work everyone's doing to keep our communities safe. 

APHA is hosting NPHW events entirely online this year, to protect our partners and neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about what APHA is doing, and what you can do to prepare without panic

Our NPHW fact sheets are available year-round on the NPHW website so we can keep the momentum and learning going. Learn more about this year's daily themes and how you can be part of the movement for science, action and health, year-round.

How else can you stay involved?

  • Check out our NPHW series on Public Health Newswire. Our guest posts from APHA leaders include one from APHA Past-President Lisa Carlson on tending to our mental wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.
  • In the workplace: partner across public and private sectors to make sure decisions are made with the public’s health in mind. 
  • Within our communities: let’s start new conversations with our neighbors and become advocates for positive change.

Working together, we can build healthier communities and eventually, the healthiest nation. We need your help to get there.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 (All day) to April 11, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Event
Location: 
Nationwide
(All day)
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Webinar: Caring for self, caring for others: Mindfulness and compassion practices for times like these

Webinar: Caring for self, caring for others: Mindfulness and compassion practices for times like these

If we’ve learned anything from this year, it’s that compassion and care are central to our public health mission. As we move into a post-pandemic world, mindfulness and compassion practices can support us in daily and ongoing ways. This 45 minute session will offer an opportunity to experience both a mindfulness and a compassion practice, and critical research on how compassion supports resilience, self-awareness, trust and connection.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 - 9:30am to 10:15am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
9:30am to 10:15am
 
Webinar: Suicide prevention in Latino and Indigenous populations

Webinar: Suicide prevention in Latino and Indigenous populations

Suicide prevention is an area of our work that is difficult to sustain a long-term commitment to. The emotional work takes a toll, and we must seek self-care regularly. Prevention strategies for Latinx and Indigenous populations are not singular nor is there one approach for all individuals or communities. Understanding the importance of cultural elements and the need to adapt any prevention strategies in order to be most effective is a primary task. Providers, community leaders, and parents must work together to uncover the reasons behind young people and adults reporting feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and despair. Visionaries and leaders must activate hope and compassion for those who seek a new approach to life’s problems. This session will explore strategies to encourage new approaches to prevention and treatment.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:30am
 
National Public Health Week 2021: Strengthening community from the grassroots

National Public Health Week 2021: Strengthening community from the grassroots

Join American Public Health Assocation (APHA) and public health leaders from across the country in this conversation about the community-led movements that are creating a stronger, safer, healthier and more inclusive world. The National Public Health Week Forum is the national kickoff for NPHW.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Category: 
Event
Location: 
Virtual
10:00am to 12:00pm
 
National Public Health Week 2021 keynote address: Health equity

National Public Health Week 2021 keynote address: Health equity

Join Andrea Ault-Brutus, PhD for Hofstra University’s National Public Health Week 2021 keynote address. Dr. Ault-Brutus currently serves as the Director of Health Equity with Nassau County’s Department of Health.
In this address, an overview and history of health equity will be provided followed by its connection to public health. Dr. Ault-Brutus will explore contemporary topics pertaining to health equity and speak to how COVID-19 has brought to light the need of the continued work of public health professionals.

This event will provide insight on the future of health equity and its impact on local communities.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Category: 
Event
Location: 
Virtual
10:00am to 12:00pm
 
SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 1/3

SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 1/3

Description: In this three-part virtual ​delivery training, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez from Washington State University will review the virtual curriculum adaptation for Strengthening Families Program 10-14Participants will leave with an understanding of how to deliver SFP 10-14 in a virtual setting (actual application/practice will happen during the training)

 

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators and support staff who are preparing to implement SFP 10-14 virtually in the next 1-3 months.

 

Registration: Recommended to attend a 1-hour readiness primer (SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Information Primer) where you will be given an overview of the logistics, technology requirements, and resource handouts to help support your virtual delivery of SFP. For more information, please email SFP 10-14 Community of Practice (CoP) and Evaluation Coordinator Sabrina DiGennaro (sabrina.digennaro@wsu.edu) or WSU SFP 10-14 CoP (sfp.1014@wsu.edu).

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
1:00pm to 4:00pm
 
Society for Public Health Education Annual Conference

Society for Public Health Education Annual Conference

SOPHE 2021dX Educational Tracks:
1. Leadership, Mentoring and Training the Next Workforce

The health education and promotion profession provides opportunities for growth and professional development through mentorship, professional preparation, and continuing education while focusing on best practices in pedagogical procedures and techniques. Through the occurrences of the COVID-19 pandemic, professionals garnered experience and knowledge to share with the next workforce on increasing these skills.

2. Systems Thinking, Interconnectedness and Health in all Policies

Health educators regularly face complex public health problems that are multi-causal including social determinants of health. As such, they require an array of health education and promotion tools (e.g., health in all policies) and non-public health partners to address the interrelatedness of aspects of the problem.

3. Social Justice and Health Equity

A social justice approach to health education and promotion guides us to work towards creating equity to improve the public’s health. Addressing social determinants will help us move toward achieving health equity. However, what is missing from social determinants models is an explicit recognition that discriminatory systems related to race, ethnicity, immigration status, LBGTQ+, disability and other forms of prejudices have historically helped create inequities in health outcomes.

4. School Health

Prek-12 schools are uniquely positioned to promote positive lifelong health behaviors through the design, implementation, and evaluation of coordinated school health education, programs, and services. During the recent pandemic, the country witnessed schools and educators coming together to fulfill the unprecedented needs of students and families — including providing meals, technological equipment, virtual instruction, and a sense of normalcy — with very little time, training, or resources.

5. Digital Health, Health Communication, and Health Literacy

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical need for accurate, timely, clear and culturally and linguistically appropriate communication of health information, delivered by trusted messengers through targeted channels. Digital communications have dominated the formation of consumer knowledge, attitudes and behaviors related to COVID-19, but many times not reaching those with low health literacy skills.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 (All day) to April 9, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
 
Elements of effective coalitions series

Elements of effective coalitions series

This 7-week series offers a unique interactive experience that provides participants an opportunity to learn more about the key organizational elements that assist coalitions of all types to operate efficiently and effectively. This series will have a special focus on coalitions that promote healthy youth development to reduce substance misuse and other related problem behaviors.

Participants will explore a variety of organizational principles that will assist them in the overall development of their coalition by learning more about how to engage and sustain the involvement of key stakeholders and members over time, how to utilize dynamic group-development strategies, and how their efforts can connect with other coalition efforts in their area.

The learning series is structured to provide online consultation, skill-based learning and practice, group and self-study activities, reading assignments, and discussion on topics essential to an effective community coalition structure when focusing on primary prevention.

Participants will have the opportunity during the course to discuss specific “next steps” questions.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 (All day) to May 18, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
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Community Resilience Initiative: Course 4 Trauma-informed training of trainers

Community Resilience Initiative: Course 4 Trauma-informed training of trainers

*** Important: Course 1 is prerequisite for Course 4.

This online 2 Part [3 hours per part] Course will be held via Zoom over the course of two days. April 6 and April 8, 2021.  9:00am to 12:00pm (PST) each day.

Are you tired of going to community meetings just to “sit and admire your own problems” time after time? Then this course is for you.   

Join us for Blueprint for Framing Your Community Initiative:  Create your own community-specific toolkit. 

How do we create a community-wide response to trauma? While individual resilience is certainly important, a community-wide focus on resilience across all domains in which we live our lives is what creates stronger outcomes. Using a living systems model of the salmon life cycle, this training parallels 8 stages of organizational development toward trauma-informed practices. Learn how you can act as a critical indicator species to effect change in your community. Let us help you shape or strengthen your community’s plan for moving to a more resilient community, one based on help, hope and healing. *Course 1 is a prerequisite for this course.

Objectives - Participants will apply adapted versions of CRI’s KISS, FALSE and ROLES concepts in order to assess the health and needs of their own communities. They will develop a timeline for community engagement built on SMART goals.  Finally, participants will explore the importance of Hope in building community resilience and creating a blueprint for organizational vision, mission and long-term stability.

Cost: $150 per person and includes Training Materials 

Dates: April 6 and April 8, 2021.  9:00am to 12:00pm (PST) each day.  9:00am to 12:00pm (PST) each day. 

Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm (PST) 

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 - 9:00am to April 8, 2021 - 12:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
9:00am to 12:00pm
 
Mental Health First Aid - Youth curriculum

Mental Health First Aid - Youth curriculum

The EWAHEC has a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to train Mental Health First Aid.

Please note that our grant limits us to train in Washington State, in the following counties: Adams, Asotin, Chelan, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Garfield, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, and Whitman Counties.

Some key points for you:

  • We will be training through September 30, 2021
  • Training is 100% virtual for the time being due to COVID
    • We hope to offer in-person training in the spring/summer of 20201, it all depends on COVID
  • Training is FREE to you
  • Training is scheduled on a date and time that works for your organization
    • We work during business hours, after hours, and on weekends
  • The minimum class size is 5 people, and the maximum class size is 20 people
    • If you have more than 20 people that you want to have trained, we are happy to host as many trainings as it takes

To request a training for your group or organization, please scroll farther down the page and complete the fillable form.

To join a training that has been scheduled and is open to anyone, please scroll even farther down the page and complete that form.

Date and Time: 
April 9, 2021 - 8:00am to 1:30pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
8:00am to 1:30pm
 
Webinar: Best practices for Hispanic and Latino children and youth: Acculturation, trauma, and mental health

Webinar: Best practices for Hispanic and Latino children and youth: Acculturation, trauma, and mental health

Hispanic and Latino children are particularly vulnerable to suffering or witnessing traumatic events and suffer from migration trauma. This web training will define the various dynamics related to acculturative stress. The webinar will also review related stressors including trauma and gaps that impact youth and families. This is an intermediate level workshop designed for mental health providers, school mental health providers, and school administrators.

Date and Time: 
April 9, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: Effectively serving the LGBTQ+ community

Webinar: Effectively serving the LGBTQ+ community

Growing Your Toolkit to Effectively Serve the LGBTQ+ Community

This 4-hour webinar will offer both the foundational knowledge needed to effectively engage with members of the LGBTQ+ community and the tools/resources necessary to support their mental health and well-being. You will be registered for the entire presentation; however, if you do not need the foundational information, you may join at 2:30pm for the second half.

First Half (First 2 hours): Foundational Knowledge for Effectively Serving the LGBTQ+ Community

Description:  In this workshop, we will explore the basic terminology and concepts important in the LGBTQ+ community. We will discuss the concepts of sex, gender, sexuality, and sexual orientation, and how labels are applied to describe one’s experience of their identity.  We will also practice using gender-neutral pronouns and discuss the coming out process. Finally, we will discuss common strategies for engaging with LGBTQ+ individuals in ways that are inclusive and honor their lived experiences.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will gain knowledge of common terminology within the LGBT+ community.
  • Participants will learn how to differentiate between various aspects of identity that are commonly conflated by those outside of the LGBTQ+ community.
  • Participants will learn about multiple gender-neutral pronouns and practice using them.
  • Participants will gain tips for working with LGBTQ+ people.

Second Half: LGBTQ+ Identity Development and Mental Health Considerations

Description:  In this workshop, we will explore developmental considerations for LGBTQ+ people.  Additionally, we will discuss various models of identity development processes.  We will also explore risk factors and resilience, and specific mental health considerations.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will gain an understanding of the developmental context for LGBTQ+ identity.
  • Participants will gain knowledge of how gender and sexuality identity develop and intersect.
  • Participants will learn about various mental health consideration
Date and Time: 
April 9, 2021 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Location: 
Webinar
10:30am to 11:30am
 
SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 3/3

SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 3/3

Description: In this three-part virtual ​delivery training, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez from Washington State University will review the virtual curriculum adaptation for Strengthening Families Program 10-14Participants will leave with an understanding of how to deliver SFP 10-14 in a virtual setting (actual application/practice will happen during the training)

 

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators and support staff who are preparing to implement SFP 10-14 virtually in the next 1-3 months.

 

Registration: Recommended to attend a 1-hour readiness primer (SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Information Primer) where you will be given an overview of the logistics, technology requirements, and resource handouts to help support your virtual delivery of SFP. For more information, please email SFP 10-14 Community of Practice (CoP) and Evaluation Coordinator Sabrina DiGennaro (sabrina.digennaro@wsu.edu) or WSU SFP 10-14 CoP (sfp.1014@wsu.edu).

Date and Time: 
April 9, 2021 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
1:00pm to 4:00pm
 
Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

The EWAHEC has a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to train Mental Health First Aid.

Please note that our grant limits us to train in Washington State, in the following counties: Adams, Asotin, Chelan, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Garfield, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, and Whitman Counties.

Some key points for you:

  • We will be training through September 30, 2021
  • Training is 100% virtual for the time being due to COVID
    • We hope to offer in-person training in the spring/summer of 20201, it all depends on COVID
  • Training is FREE to you
  • Training is scheduled on a date and time that works for your organization
    • We work during business hours, after hours, and on weekends
  • The minimum class size is 5 people, and the maximum class size is 20 people
    • If you have more than 20 people that you want to have trained, we are happy to host as many trainings as it takes

To request a training for your group or organization, please scroll farther down the page and complete the fillable form.

To join a training that has been scheduled and is open to anyone, please scroll even farther down the page and complete that form.

Date and Time: 
April 10, 2021 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
9:00am to 3:30pm
 
Webinar: Public health leadership: An interprofessional education model for promoting community engagement through dialogue

Webinar: Public health leadership: An interprofessional education model for promoting community engagement through dialogue

The Creighton University Master of Public Health program will be discussing Public Health Leadership: An Interprofessional Education Model for Promoting Community Engagement Through Dialogue with
Candace Bloomquist, PhD, Kathy Gonzales, PhD, and LaShaune Johnson, PhD.

This session will explore links between values embedded in the dialogue process and those embedded in the health professions that can enhance community engagement; key elements of a facilitated dialogue process that can be used with a wide range of public health leadership practitioners for placed-based justice; and ways in which dialogue can be used in existing interprofessional education training to ensure improved community engagement.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: Mentoring for equity

Webinar: Mentoring for equity

**April 6, May 4, and June 8 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am PST each day. **

With the critical work of this series and limited space, we ask that participants commit to participating in all three sessions. We have space for 100 participants and will also have a waitlist.

This series will walk participants through the work of strengthening Race, Equity, and Inclusion work that begins with the self and moves to identifying equitable practices within organizations. Participants will leave with a better understanding of personal identity as well as how we can create quality, inclusive programs that support all young people.

Topics will include:

  • Mentoring for Equity foundations
  • Who has bias? We All Do!
  • Centering Social Justice
  • Debunking the Savior Myth
  • Embedding & Sustaining Equity & Culturally Responsive Practices
  • and Much, Much More

The Mentoring for Equity Series will be led by Dr. Darleen Sampson, PhD; LCSW. Dr. Darlene Sampson lives by her late parents' mantra: “Giving back to others is in your DNA-you must respect and honor the shoulders you have stood on.” With that thinking in mind, Dr. Sampson has maintained a space of social justice and cultural humility as she works across the business, education, and social work fields as an administrator, leader, and equity specialist. Dr. Sampson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, has a Master’s Degree in Social Work, and also earned a Ph.D., in Educational Leadership with emphasis on Culturally Responsive Pedagogy.

For more information check out: www.darlenesampson.com

Please contact Laura Mendoza with any questions (lmendoza@mentorwashington.org).

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
11:00am to 12:00pm
 
Webinar: De-escalation and effective communication techniques with colleagues, patients, staff and community members

Webinar: De-escalation and effective communication techniques with colleagues, patients, staff and community members

The Northwest MHTTC is pleased to host Dr. Kira Mauseth, a co-lead of the Behavioral Health Strike Team for the Washington State Department of Health, as she presents a series of training modules with a focus on the COVID-19 pandemic and the behavioral health workforce. Each topic is offered twice in the same week to permit more people to attend. Since registration is limited, please check your schedule before registering.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
11:00am to 12:00pm
 
Webinar: The rise of alcohol use during COVID-19: An epidemic in plain sight

Webinar: The rise of alcohol use during COVID-19: An epidemic in plain sight

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, excessive drinking affected approximately 50 million Americans and was the 3rd largest preventable cause of death in the United States. Alcohol elevates the risk of almost all chronic health conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, and is closely tied to mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. In the past year, alcohol consumption has increased 14% across the board, with heavy drinking rates for women increasing 41%. Surveys have shown that only 2% of excessive drinkers receive any treatment due to a variety of barriers to care. This webinar will introduce a no-shame, labels optional, evidenced-based approach to treating excessive drinking employed at Tempest, a digital recovery platform.

In honor of Alcohol Awareness Month, join us for this this 60-minute webinar where we will discuss:

• The rise in alcohol sales and use during the COVID-19 pandemic;
• Why drinking is a common coping mechanism;
• How to know if and when your alcohol consumption becomes a problem;
• And how excessive alcohol use changes the brain, and how to reverse those changes.

This webinar will be recorded and available to the public within 1 week. We do not offer CEUs, but certificates of attendance will be available after the event.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 - 11:15am to 12:30pm
Location: 
Webinar
11:15am to 12:30pm
 
Webinar: COVID-19 and alcohol use disorder in diverse communities

Webinar: COVID-19 and alcohol use disorder in diverse communities

ORO Region 10 will host the first in a three-part webinar series on the impacts of COVID-19 on Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) in Diverse Communities. This webinar will increase awareness of not only HRSA resources for behavioral health, but also state and local resources to prevent and treat AUD. We will provide an overview of the system of delivery in a state or locality, and will explore AUD within the context of COVID-19. Subject Matter Experts will also discuss intervention and prevention efforts that prioritize health communication strategies.

Webinar Panel:

Tiffany Hall is the Executive director of Recover Alaska, a multi-sector action group that pursues a solutions-focused effort to recover, reclaim, and restore the strengths of Alaska’s families and communities by getting to the root causes of excessive alcohol consumption. In her role, Ms. Hall partners with organizations and individuals dedicated to reducing the harm associated with alcohol misuse and connecting individuals to treatment/information. She works to raise awareness of the negative impacts of excessive alcohol consumption and advocate for legislation and policies that will help reduce alcohol misuse. Ms. Hall also works to reduce the stigma associated with alcohol misuse through positive messaging and programs.

Dr. Oladunni Oluwoye is an Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Education and Clinical Sciences & Co-Director of the Washington State Center for Excellence in Early Psychosis at Washington State University. Her research is focused on increasing racial health equity in addiction and mental health treatment, with an emphasis on improving access to treatment and treatment delivery in community-based settings. Dr. Oluwoye’s work emphasizes the use cultural sensitive tools and developing and evaluating implementation strategies. She is a certified health education specialist and has extensive experience in the prevention of substance use among racial and ethnic minorities, qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, mixed-methodology, and program development and evaluation.

Learning Objectives

By participating in these webinars, participants will:

• Receive information on HRSA's mission, programs, and resources, nationally and in Region 10

• Explore impacts of COVID-19 on Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD)

• Increase awareness of AUD prevention and treatment strategies and promising practices within diverse communities

• Learn to address AUD within diverse communities

• Share experiences and expertise regarding AUD within diverse groups through a facilitated discussion

Target Audience: This event is best for medical providers, community health workers, academicians, behavioral health providers, law enforcement, and public health professionals.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:30pm
 
Webinar: Native American storytelling: Culture is prevention

Webinar: Native American storytelling: Culture is prevention

This series of sessions features traditional Native American storytelling, along with time for discussion on what can be learned from the stories, as well as the ways these stories can be incorporated by Native American providers into their work with patients.

Please note that while we encourage non-Native providers to attend these sessions to increase your cultural understanding and sensitivity, we ask that out of respect for cultural traditions, you do not use these stories as your own if they are not a part of your culture.

Native storytelling is an long honored way of teaching lessons of life. We, as Native people, need to laugh while learning. For example, laughing at how Coyote makes funny mistakes. This can teach people how to avoid behaving as Coyote does. Further, Native legends can offer stories about Creation or the Trickster. However, some stories can only be told during certain times of the year. For example, Coyote legends are only told during the winter time because that is often when Native people would be in their lodges practicing survival skills to help the tribe thrive in difficult times.

Traditionally, the storyteller needed to be an excellent psychologist and able to understand peoples’ perspectives. A story might be used in treatment to help a patient come to a realization in a culturally informed way.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
DBHR call for behavioral health service providers - COVID-19

DBHR call for behavioral health service providers - COVID-19

Bi-weekly DBHR service provider calls

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Category: 
Meeting
Location: 
Virtual
1:30pm to 2:30pm
 
Washington CADCA Youth Leadership Training

Washington CADCA Youth Leadership Training

The Prevent Coalition will be hosting a two day CADCA (Community of Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) Youth Leadership training.

Youth will participate in 1 day of key essentials including utilizing the strategic prevention framework to build capacity and implement prevention strategies, and 1 day photovoice training which teaches community assessment and using photography as a means for social change.

This training will be held virtually. There is no cost for youth to attend. This training is open to all middle school and high school aged youth, no previous prevention experience is required.

Date and Time: 
April 7, 2021 - 1:00pm to April 8, 2021 - 3:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
1:00pm to 3:00pm
 
Webinar: Clear the Vapor Conference 2021: The way forward

Webinar: Clear the Vapor Conference 2021: The way forward

Parents Against Vaping e-cigarettes, with the support of CVS Health, convenes experts and thought leaders to highlight the most pressing issues and actionable solutions for the youth vaping epidemic and the fight against Big Tobacco. PAVe's unique position as a communicator and translator of evidence means "Clear the Vapor" will be a highly informative and empowering conference intended for parents, educators, advocates, practitioners, and all who care about protecting our kids from the dangers of flavored e-cigarettes, all menthol and other flavored tobacco products, and the predatory behavior of Big Tobacco.

We will tackle big-picture topics like long-term health and cessation challenges, federal regulation, menthol flavor as a social-justice issue, and best practices for schools. We will also discuss emerging issues like so-called “wellness” vapes, “iced” flavors, and new nicotine products.

Date and Time: 
April 7, 2021 - 7:00am to 2:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
7:00am to 2:00pm
 
Webinar: Using a Racial Equity Theory of Change (RETOC) to facilitate collaboration between university researchers and a community based organization

Webinar: Using a Racial Equity Theory of Change (RETOC) to facilitate collaboration between university researchers and a community based organization

The University of Washington (UW) School Mental Health Assessment, Research, & Training (SMART) Center - a collaboration with the UW School of Medicine and College of Education - presents the 2021 Virtual SMART Speaker Series.

We welcome Ilene Schwartz, Ph.D., BCBA-D & Ginger Kwan of Open Doors for Multicultural Families, who will present: "Using a Racial Equity Theory of Change (RETOC) to Facilitate Collaboration Between University Researchers and a Community Based Organization​".

Please note: This event will be limited to 500 attendees. Access to the live event will be available to registered participants on a first come, first serve basis. To secure a spot, we invite you to log on 5 - 10 minutes prior to the event.

Date and Time: 
April 7, 2021 - 8:30am to 9:30am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
8:30am to 9:30am
 
Webinar: The dark web and teen substance use

Webinar: The dark web and teen substance use

What is the dark web? How are teens and adults using it? Why has this part of the Internet become a place for secretive interactions around alcohol and other drugs? Join prevention specialist Deirdre Flynn to explore challenging and evolving health implications associated with the dark web, particularly issues related to teen substance use. You will come away with a better understanding of the dark web’s reach and influence, as well as insights into how its systems can be leveraged in positive ways—to promote health and prevent risky behaviors including substance use.

Objectives

  • Understand differences among the clear, deep and dark webs, and the potential risks and rewards of each
  • Learn how and why the dark web is used in relation to alcohol and other drugs
  • Explore how the dark web can be utilized in efforts to prevent teen substance use
Date and Time: 
April 7, 2021 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
9:00am to 10:00am
 
SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 2/3

SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 2/3

Description: In this three-part virtual ​delivery training, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez from Washington State University will review the virtual curriculum adaptation for Strengthening Families Program 10-14Participants will leave with an understanding of how to deliver SFP 10-14 in a virtual setting (actual application/practice will happen during the training)

 

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators and support staff who are preparing to implement SFP 10-14 virtually in the next 1-3 months.

 

Registration: Recommended to attend a 1-hour readiness primer (SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Information Primer) where you will be given an overview of the logistics, technology requirements, and resource handouts to help support your virtual delivery of SFP. For more information, please email SFP 10-14 Community of Practice (CoP) and Evaluation Coordinator Sabrina DiGennaro (sabrina.digennaro@wsu.edu) or WSU SFP 10-14 CoP (sfp.1014@wsu.edu).

Date and Time: 
April 7, 2021 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
1:00pm to 4:00pm
 
Webinar: Killing me softly: Suicide among African American, Asian, Pacific Islander and LGBTQ+ students

Webinar: Killing me softly: Suicide among African American, Asian, Pacific Islander and LGBTQ+ students

 Registration opens March 23, 2021

The purpose of this session is three-fold: 1) to enhance institutional awareness of suicide risk, which is the second leading cause of death among college-aged students; 2) to examine certain racial, ethnic, and cultural dynamics, gender identities, and sexual orientations, and their relationship to suicide risk and protective factors; 3) to offer participants an opportunity to work, in small groups, to develop strategies for reducing on-campus suicide risk factors, while simultaneously increasing protective factors among diverse populations. This session will discuss research that shows that campuses that successfully create LGBTQ+ affirmative environments can reduce suicide risk among these populations.

This session will also examine rising rates of suicide among African Americans entering college, which have historically been under reported due to unique cultural expressions of suicide. Further, the workshop will examine suicidal issues among specific Asian and Pacific Islander ethnicities, including a related case presentation. This session should particularly benefit student life/student affairs personnel concerned about suicide risk and interested in developing policies and procedures aimed at increasing factors that protect against suicide. Similarly, this session will be of interest to all members of university communities who would like to contribute to the creation of safer campus environments.

Date and Time: 
April 7, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Location: 
Webinar
1:00pm to 2:30pm
 
Webinar: On-the-spot consultation - Desperately seeking data

Webinar: On-the-spot consultation - Desperately seeking data

How do you move forward with prevention planning without current data on outcomes or risk and protective factors? How can does someone monitor program effectiveness without these data? Drop-in and join us for this On-the-Spot Consultation with Kevin Haggerty, John Briney, and Kathryn Bruzios from the Northwest PTTC to address these and other data issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We will share why we use data and tips for using the data you have. We will also share resources and action steps to address the desperation that comes with the lack of current data and how to move forward. Please bring your questions and challenges with finding and utilizing data to this interactive session.

Date and Time: 
April 7, 2021 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
2:00pm to 3:00pm
 
Webinar: De-escalation and effective communication techniques with colleagues, patients, staff and community members

Webinar: De-escalation and effective communication techniques with colleagues, patients, staff and community members

The Northwest MHTTC is pleased to host Dr. Kira Mauseth, a co-lead of the Behavioral Health Strike Team for the Washington State Department of Health, as she presents a series of training modules with a focus on the COVID-19 pandemic and the behavioral health workforce. Each topic is offered twice in the same week to permit more people to attend. Since registration is limited, please check your schedule before registering.

Date and Time: 
April 7, 2021 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
2:00pm to 3:00pm
 
Webinar: Substance use screening tools for adolescents

Webinar: Substance use screening tools for adolescents

One of the largest barriers to providing appropriate substance use services to adolescents is getting them to open up about their use and engage in conversation to reduce or eliminate it, if necessary. The Using SBIRT to Talk to Adolescents about Substance Use four-part webinar series introduces health professionals to the SBIRT model as a way to learn from adolescents about their substance use, talk about what might motivate them to make a decision to reduce or abstain (if needed), and execute a plan to do so.

This first webinar in the series discusses the value, rationale for, and evidence of using the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) model with adolescents as well as the use of valid, brief screening tools for substance use and other risk factors and how to determine the recommended level of intervention based on level of risk. Participants will learn how to introduce screening to adolescents and how to relate screening score results to level of risk and appropriate level of intervention. This webinar will review the CRAFFT+N 2.1, S2BI, the NIDA Modified ASSIST Levels 1 and 2, BSTAD, PHQ-2/9A, and C-SSRS for use with adolescents, providing instructions and scoring for each.

Along with cutting-edge, evidence-based education, the expert presenters will provide sample scripts and role plays so participants gain strategies to use right away with adolescents in many settings. This free education is ideal for anyone who wishes to gain an in-depth understanding of SBIRT and its use with adolescents, designed for both those who are new to SBIRT and for those who want more advanced training beyond an overview.

Date and Time: 
April 8, 2021 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 12:00pm
 
Webinar: Protective factors for substance use

Webinar: Protective factors for substance use


ADAPT, in partnership with the National Prevention Science Coalition, is pleased to announce the Protective Factors for Substance Use webinar. This webinar will prepare participants to: 

Understand how prevention research seeks to identify conditions that reduce risk for substance use disorders and all other psychological and behavioral problems.
Become familiar with the social determinants of health and how they influence multiple outcomes for children, families and communities.
Understand the fundamental conditions that ensure successful development. 
Be able to describe the malleability of brain and bodily systems that are effected by ACEs. 
Know how preventive interventions work to combat risk by environments that nurture prosocial development. 
Recognize the need for comprehensive, evidence-based programs and policies to create environments that nurture positive social development in all of its forms. 

Date and Time: 
April 8, 2021 - 11:30am to 12:30pm
Location: 
Webinar
11:30am to 12:30pm
 
Webinar: From longhouse to schoolhouse: American Indian/Alaska Native communities coming together

Webinar: From longhouse to schoolhouse: American Indian/Alaska Native communities coming together

Hosted by the National American Indian & Alaska Native Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network. From Longhouse to Schoolhouse: AI/AN school communities coming together in partnership to learn, collaborate, and share experiences and knowledge.

Date and Time: 
April 8, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Category: 
Meeting
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
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Enhanced Prevention Learning Series: Leveraging systems change for substance misuse prevention

Enhanced Prevention Learning Series: Leveraging systems change for substance misuse prevention

This 6-week Enhanced Prevention Learning Series (EPLS) offers an interactive experience for participants to explore the role of systems change in substance misuse prevention. Participants will examine capacities shown to enable evidence-based interventions to achieve and sustain expected results and learn how to incorporate these into their work. Trainers will share examples from their own systems change experiences and will highlight how leveraging leadership, communications, funding, and data can help participants to achieve their prevention goals. The distance learning series will include skill-based learning opportunities, individual and group activities, reading assignments, and group discussion. By the end of the EPLS, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the importance of systems change to success in the field of prevention
  • Name four capacities necessary to create enabling contexts
  • Identify personal strengths and areas to enhance leadership capacity
  • Name at least two strategies to communicate the value of prevention to enhance system change efforts focused on prevention
  • List three resources available to complete the fund mapping process in their community
  • Describe why data systems are essential in prevention
Date and Time: 
March 18, 2021 (All day) to April 22, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Webinar
(All day)
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Engaging with change

Engaging with change

Times of dramatic change can be overwhelming, but they can also be catalysts for innovation and an opportunity for thoughtful transformation.

This training offers public health leaders and managers a chance to reflect on their own relationship with change, understand how to break down resistance to change, and empower their teams and organizations to harness change as a powerful part of their work.

Learners will gain skills and tools to navigate change and explore what it means to be a learning organization. They will also look at how their organization’s systems and processes help or hinder their work to address change as a normal course of business. Are those systems and processes sufficiently flexible, adaptable, and accountable? Are they adequate for the level of change the organization is experiencing? If not, what other systems or strategies are needed?

Register today for this four-week training, taught by two instructors from the Public Health Management Certificate program, to learn how to engage with change.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

Describe methods to prepare for change.
Identify the skills and tools your organization can use to engage with change.
Analyze system elements that enable organizations to navigate change.
Describe the characteristics of a learning organization.
Explore ways to reduce resistance to change.
Apply knowledge of strategies to reduce resistance to change to a case study.

Date and Time: 
March 24, 2021 (All day) to April 14, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
 
 
 
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Prevention ethics for Alaska Native And American Indian prevention practitioners

Prevention ethics for Alaska Native And American Indian prevention practitioners

Prevention Ethics: A training for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Prevention Practitioners and individuals working primarily with AI/AN communities and organizations to prevent substance misuse.

This 3-week, 5-session series offers an interactive experience for participants to explore the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics using realistic examples designed to strengthen AI/AN prevention practitioners’ capacity to manage challenging situations in their work in AI/AN organizations and communities. Components of this learning series include individual pre-session learning assignments, live videoconference group sessions, facilitated discussion, skills-based learning activities, and practice applying an ethical decision-making process.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 (All day) to April 19, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
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National Public Health Week

National Public Health Week

Building Bridges to Better Health

We may be physically distant from each other, but now it’s more important than ever to come together. That’s why our 2021 theme is “Building Bridges to Better Health.” 

Making communities safe and healthy is public health’s top priority. COVID-19 has made that even more important. Even though we won’t gather in person, social media and virtual platforms make it easier than ever for us to connect, create and take action.

NPHW 2021 will take place completely virtually April 5-11, 2021. Check out the events page for a full list of events each day. We're adding more all the time! Be sure to RSVP for:

  • The NPHW Forum on April 5 featuring a conversation about the community-led movements that are creating a stronger, safer, healthier and more inclusive world
  • NPHW and AJPH: A Dialogue on April 6, a fun Q&A about this month's NPHW issue of the journal
  • Our always-amazing NPHW Twitter chat (let's get public health to trend on April 7!)

And you don't want to miss the 2021 APHA Policy Action Institute, "Building Bridges: Creating Health" on April 8 and 9, which will bring policy to the forefront during NPHW.

Help us keep the conversation going

In the midst of the most challenging public health crisis of our lifetimes, it's more important than ever to celebrate public health.

Help us continue to thank public health for all the hard work everyone's doing to keep our communities safe. 

APHA is hosting NPHW events entirely online this year, to protect our partners and neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about what APHA is doing, and what you can do to prepare without panic

Our NPHW fact sheets are available year-round on the NPHW website so we can keep the momentum and learning going. Learn more about this year's daily themes and how you can be part of the movement for science, action and health, year-round.

How else can you stay involved?

  • Check out our NPHW series on Public Health Newswire. Our guest posts from APHA leaders include one from APHA Past-President Lisa Carlson on tending to our mental wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.
  • In the workplace: partner across public and private sectors to make sure decisions are made with the public’s health in mind. 
  • Within our communities: let’s start new conversations with our neighbors and become advocates for positive change.

Working together, we can build healthier communities and eventually, the healthiest nation. We need your help to get there.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 (All day) to April 11, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Event
Location: 
Nationwide
(All day)
 
SFP 10-14 Recertification Training

SFP 10-14 Recertification Training

04.12.2021 (Monday) 1pm-3pm

04.14.2021 (Wednesday) 1pm-3pm

04.16.2021 (Friday) 1pm-3pm

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators in need of recertification. Recerticiation is required after 3 years. 

Date and Time: 
April 12, 2021 (All day) to April 16, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
(All day)
 
 
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Elements of effective coalitions series

Elements of effective coalitions series

This 7-week series offers a unique interactive experience that provides participants an opportunity to learn more about the key organizational elements that assist coalitions of all types to operate efficiently and effectively. This series will have a special focus on coalitions that promote healthy youth development to reduce substance misuse and other related problem behaviors.

Participants will explore a variety of organizational principles that will assist them in the overall development of their coalition by learning more about how to engage and sustain the involvement of key stakeholders and members over time, how to utilize dynamic group-development strategies, and how their efforts can connect with other coalition efforts in their area.

The learning series is structured to provide online consultation, skill-based learning and practice, group and self-study activities, reading assignments, and discussion on topics essential to an effective community coalition structure when focusing on primary prevention.

Participants will have the opportunity during the course to discuss specific “next steps” questions.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 (All day) to May 18, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
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Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

The EWAHEC has a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to train Mental Health First Aid.

Please note that our grant limits us to train in Washington State, in the following counties: Adams, Asotin, Chelan, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Garfield, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, and Whitman Counties.

Some key points for you:

  • We will be training through September 30, 2021
  • Training is 100% virtual for the time being due to COVID
    • We hope to offer in-person training in the spring/summer of 20201, it all depends on COVID
  • Training is FREE to you
  • Training is scheduled on a date and time that works for your organization
    • We work during business hours, after hours, and on weekends
  • The minimum class size is 5 people, and the maximum class size is 20 people
    • If you have more than 20 people that you want to have trained, we are happy to host as many trainings as it takes

To request a training for your group or organization, please scroll farther down the page and complete the fillable form.

To join a training that has been scheduled and is open to anyone, please scroll even farther down the page and complete that form.

Date and Time: 
April 12, 2021 - 8:00am to 2:30pm
Location: 
Webinar
8:00am to 2:30pm
 
Webinar: Virtual Native talking circles: Staying connected in challenging times

Webinar: Virtual Native talking circles: Staying connected in challenging times

Please join us for our virtual talking circle. This event is held on the fourth Monday of each month. This group will be facilitated by a Native guest and will focus on concerns about yourself, your family, your work, and/or your tribal community that you may be experiencing during these uncertain times. There is no fee or expectation to participate in this event. This is a respectful meeting space. Come share your concerns, offer support, and respect the group’s privacy.

 

Date and Time: 
April 12, 2021 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Location: 
Webinar
10:30am to 11:30am
 
Webinar: Addressing the intersection of substance use and suicide: Strategies for prevention, intervention, and treatment

Webinar: Addressing the intersection of substance use and suicide: Strategies for prevention, intervention, and treatment

Deaths by overdose and suicide continue to increase despite state and national efforts.  Individuals with substance use disorders are at increased risk for suicide.  Efforts to jointly address substance use and suicide are warranted.  This webinar describes suicide risk among those who misuse substances and details multiple strategies for joint prevention, intervention, and treatment in the community and in various service settings.

Date and Time: 
April 12, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:30pm
 
NAADAC 2021 Advocacy in Action Conference & Virtual Hill Day

NAADAC 2021 Advocacy in Action Conference & Virtual Hill Day

The virtual Advocacy in Action Conference, supported by NAADAC (the Association for Addiction Professionals) will provide you with the opportunity to attend briefings on current legislation and learn about important advocacy issues.

The Virtual Hill Day will allow attendees to speak directly with lawmakers on Capitol Hill about the issues that affect the addiction profession and those it serves - all from your home or office!

Save the date! More information will be coming soon.

Date and Time: 
April 13, 2021 (All day) to April 15, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
Webinar: The updated College Alcohol Intervention Matrix (CollegeAIM): What colleges and communities need to know now

Webinar: The updated College Alcohol Intervention Matrix (CollegeAIM): What colleges and communities need to know now

Please join the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and the International Town and Gown Association (ITGA) for an informative and interactive free webinar.

CollegeAIM is a comprehensive booklet and website developed by NIAAA to help college administrators and communities identify effective evidence-based alcohol interventions. CollegeAIM was first developed in 2015 and revised and updated in 2020 to reflect the most recent research. NIAAA’s CollegeAIM booklet and website have been valuable resources for college administrators for several years. During the webinar the panelists will discuss the recent updates and how to use the new version.

Webinar panelists will include Jason Kilmer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington; Jessica Cronce, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services and the Prevention Science Institute, University of Oregon; and Alicia Baker, Assistant Director, GatorWell Health Promotion Services, University of Florida.

Date and Time: 
April 16, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: The updated College Alcohol Intervention Matrix (CollegeAIM): What colleges and communities need to know now

Webinar: The updated College Alcohol Intervention Matrix (CollegeAIM): What colleges and communities need to know now

Please join the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and the International Town and Gown Association (ITGA) for an informative and interactive free webinar.

CollegeAIM is a comprehensive booklet and website developed by NIAAA to help college administrators and communities identify effective evidence-based alcohol interventions. CollegeAIM was first developed in 2015 and revised and updated in 2020 to reflect the most recent research. NIAAA’s CollegeAIM booklet and website have been valuable resources for college administrators for several years. During the webinar the panelists will discuss the recent updates and how to use the new version.

Webinar panelists will include Jason Kilmer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington; Jessica Cronce, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services and the Prevention Science Institute, University of Oregon; and Alicia Baker, Assistant Director, GatorWell Health Promotion Services, University of Florida.

Date and Time: 
April 16, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: Connecting prevention specialist to Native communities during times of crisis: Listening sessions

Webinar: Connecting prevention specialist to Native communities during times of crisis: Listening sessions

The National American Indian & Alaska Native PTTC will be holding virtual sessions to support our Native communities in these challenging times. These weekly meetings will cover major concerns that have been expressed, and will continue to share resources, and encourage the peer support that has been happening among those who participated. We hope these meetings will be supportive and helpful, and that we can help connect you with the resources you need. Also feel free to reach out to Cindy Sagoe in advance to let her know if there are any topics you specifically want us to be prepared to address. Contact Cindy Sagoe for details: cindy-sagoe@uiowa.edu

Date and Time: 
April 16, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Minerva Technical Assistance Call (online via GoTo Meeting)

Minerva Technical Assistance Call (online via GoTo Meeting)

bout Minerva TA Calls:

If you have completed the Minerva training and have a Minerva user login, you may join the Minerva TA Calls.
No registration is needed - join using the link below.
Questions will be taken in the order submitted and you are welcome to listen in on the call to learn from others.​

Minerva Technical Assistance Call (online via GoTo Meeting)
Fri, Apr 16, 2021 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM (PDT)

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/924882205

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (571) 317-3122

Access Code: 924-882-205

New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts:
https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/924882205

Date and Time: 
April 16, 2021 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
2:00pm to 3:00pm
 
Mental Health First Aid - Youth curriculum

Mental Health First Aid - Youth curriculum

You are more likely to encounter someone in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack.  Learn how to help a friend, family member, coworker or neighbor in need. The National Council for Behavioral Health certifies individuals throughout the nation to provide Mental Health First Aid courses to prepare their communities with the knowledge and skills to help individuals who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.  Identified on SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices, the training helps the public better identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses. 

Students must complete a 2-hour self paced course prior to attending this training. 
Students will receive a link to this 2-hour training from the Instructor after successful registration into the course. This email will be sent to the email address provided to us during the time of registration. 
Once students have successfully completed the 2-hour self paced training course, students will receive a second email with a zoom link to allow them access to their virtual classroom on the scheduled class date.

Textbook & Cost:

Textbooks will be available electronically and will be sent within one of the two emails that you will receive from the Instructor.
There is no cost to this course as tuition is generously supported by AHECWW.

 

Certificate Requirements:

Students must complete both pre-work and live session to receive a certificate.

Date and Time: 
April 17, 2021 - 8:00am to 2:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
8:00am to 2:00pm
 
Webinar: Alcohol home delivery: Regulatory and enforcement implications

Webinar: Alcohol home delivery: Regulatory and enforcement implications

Home delivery of alcohol is on the rise nationwide, posing regulatory and enforcement challenges. The alcohol marketplace is changing quickly, from direct shipment and third-party delivery services to cocktails to-go, requiring enforcement, prevention and public health stakeholders to react with creative solutions and strategies to regulate and enforce this new alcohol marketplace. This webinar will review current policies on home delivery, direct shipping and curbside services while providing information on strategies to protect the public from alcohol-related harms.

Speakers: 

Cassandra Tourre is the Director of Public Policy at the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA), a trade association representing alcohol regulators. She has 15 years of public health experience related to the regulation, enforcement, and marketing of alcohol. Prior to joining NABCA, Cassie was Faculty Associate at The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where she worked on both statewide and national projects implementing and assessing strategies to address excessive alcohol consumption.

Carrie Christofes has over 6 years of law enforcement experience and 15 years in the development, direction, and management of substance use disorder prevention programming at the local level as well as managing grants at the state and federal levels. She is currently the Executive Director of the National Liquor Law Enforcement Association, a non-profit association of law enforcement personnel dedicated to the enforcement of liquor laws and regulations. 

Date and Time: 
April 13, 2021 - 8:00am to 9:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
8:00am to 9:00am
 
Webinar: Keys to recruiting men as mentors

Webinar: Keys to recruiting men as mentors

Research shows that men are critical as mentors in the mentoring equation, yet many programs struggle to engage men around the benefits of mentoring consistently. Reimagining mentor recruitment requires intentional efforts to identify strategic partnerships with organizations that work with men and implement strategies to recruit men individually. Workshop participants will learn specific strategies to strengthen outreach to men and expand the benefits of men involved in mentoring relationships.

The workshop will address the following best practices:

  • Leveraging relationships with community champions (identifying local men in the community to support the recruitment efforts)
  • Promotional materials (materials that speak to men)
  • Engaging non-traditional populations (military, retired, graduate student, etc.)
  • Messaging/Storytelling
  • Targeted campaigns (barbershops, social media, men’s organizations, etc.)
  • Organizational commitment to recruit and retain male mentors

Facilitator: David Miller, M.Ed.

Baltimore native, David C. Miller, has received international acclaim for Dare to Be King: What If the Prince Lives. A Survival Workbook for African American Males, a thought-provoking, 52-week curriculum teaching adolescent males how to survive and thrive in toxic environments.

Miller frequently leads intergenerational conversations with men/boys focused on fatherhood, parenting, decision making, managing anger, and defining healthy relationships.

Miller is a Ph.D. student in the School of Social Work at Morgan State University with a concentration on Black fathers and parenting strategies.

Date and Time: 
April 13, 2021 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Location: 
Webinar
9:00am to 10:00am
 
Webinar: Introductory/refresher virtual motivational interviewing training

Webinar: Introductory/refresher virtual motivational interviewing training

This half-day (4 hours) live session is ideal for busy individuals looking for introductory or refresher training. Whether you’re a clinician in a behavioral health setting, a supervisor trying to boost staff morale or a nurse helping patients manage diabetes, motivational interviewing (MI) training can help you create conversations that empower people to make meaningful changes.

Curriculum pace and flow is intentionally designed to maximize engagement and interaction in a virtual environment.

Learning Objectives:

1. Explore the spirit of Motivational interviewing as a key communication style for eliciting behavior change.
2. Use skills of open-ended inquiry, affirmations, reflections, summarizing and change talk to experience Motivational Interviewing.
3. Identify tools to enhance readiness and increase fidelity to the Motivational Interviewing approach.

Date and Time: 
April 13, 2021 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Location: 
Webinar
9:00am to 10:00am
 
Webinar: Native American storytelling: Culture is prevention

Webinar: Native American storytelling: Culture is prevention

This series of sessions features traditional Native American storytelling, along with time for discussion on what can be learned from the stories, as well as the ways these stories can be incorporated by Native American providers into their work with patients.

Please note that while we encourage non-Native providers to attend these sessions to increase your cultural understanding and sensitivity, we ask that out of respect for cultural traditions, you do not use these stories as your own if they are not a part of your culture.

Native storytelling is an long honored way of teaching lessons of life. We, as Native people, need to laugh while learning. For example, laughing at how Coyote makes funny mistakes. This can teach people how to avoid behaving as Coyote does. Further, Native legends can offer stories about Creation or the Trickster. However, some stories can only be told during certain times of the year. For example, Coyote legends are only told during the winter time because that is often when Native people would be in their lodges practicing survival skills to help the tribe thrive in difficult times.

Traditionally, the storyteller needed to be an excellent psychologist and able to understand peoples’ perspectives. A story might be used in treatment to help a patient come to a realization in a culturally informed way.

Date and Time: 
April 13, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Readiness Primer

SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Readiness Primer

In this one-hour readiness primer, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez, from Washington State University will describe the ​steps for preparing to deliver the Strengthening Families Program 10-14 virtually along with the recommended adaptation​s. She will review the practical requirements (e.g. virtual and technology requirements, facilitator preparations, family engagement packets, etc.) for virtual implementation of SFP 10-14, and will work with attendees to determine their readiness for virtual implementation of SFP 10-14. Participants will leave with an understanding of what is needed to deliver SFP 10-14 in a virtual setting and information on next steps.

 

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators, coordinators, support staff, and others who are interested in learning more about the SFP 10-14 virtual curriculum adaptation.

Date and Time: 
April 13, 2021 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
3:00pm to 4:00pm
 
Webinar: Resource launch: Graphic medicine on vaping prevention

Webinar: Resource launch: Graphic medicine on vaping prevention

Graphic Medicine In the Air is built to foster conversations with young people around vaping, choices around substance misuse, and risk and protective factors. This is a graphic novel-styled story of five teens going through high school, built through the stories, interest, and ideas of members of the Tobacco Free Rhode Island Youth Ambassadors. The novel has questions to help guide discussion, a strong research base, and roots in risk and protective factors. Join us to learn more about the novel, how you can use it in your work, and learn how to order your copy (free, in print or in PDF).

Date and Time: 
April 14, 2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
7:00am to 8:00am
 
Healthy Native Youth’s Community of Practice: Supporting Youth Identity: We R Native!

Healthy Native Youth’s Community of Practice: Supporting Youth Identity: We R Native!

We welcome you to join Healthy Native Youth’s Community of Practice virtual gatherings held the second Wednesday of every month at 10-11:30 am PST.

Sessions include new resources and opportunities to engage with topical experts. As a community, we share our strengths and expertise about how we will improve the lives of Native youth.

Who Should Attend?

Tribal health educators, teachers, parents, prevention specialists; people who share a passion for improving the lives of Native youth.

  • 4/14/21:    Supporting Youth Identity: We R Native!
Date and Time: 
April 14, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:30am
 
Webinar: Care Connect WA: Leadership Series - ADAPT (English and Spanish)

Webinar: Care Connect WA: Leadership Series - ADAPT (English and Spanish)

Calling All Supervisors and Administrators!

The emotional costs of COVID-19 have been overwhelming for Care Coordinators. This can lead to burnout and staff turnover. Recovery will take more than self-care: it will require leadership. In this leadership
series, Dr. Kira Mauseth, co-lead for the Behavioral Health Strike Team for the WA State Department of Health and practicing clinical psychologist, will work with supervisors and administrators to create a foundation for recovery. Brought to you by Care Connect Washington & Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center.

The Series

  • 2 webinars will provide information on recovery and will be recorded.
  • 4 workshops for those who attended or watched the webinars.
  • Each workshop is an opportunity to work with a small group of colleagues on how to implement the topics presented in the webinars.

April 14 topic: Adaptability is one of the strongest predictors of positive outcomes after a trauma. In this webinar Dr. Mauseth focuses on actions you can take to support staff to move towards recovery including: Acquire information, Develop options, Address key issues, Prioritize values and Talk about it.


¡Llamando a todos los Supervisores y Administradores!

Los costos emocionales de COVID-19 han sido abrumadores para los Coordinador de Cuidados. Esto puede provocar agotamiento y rotación de
personal. La recuperación requerirá más que cuidados personales: requerirá liderazgo. En esta serie de liderazgo, la Dra. Kira Mauseth, codirectora del Behavioral Health Strike Team para el Departamento de Salud del Estado de Washington y psicóloga clínica, trabajará con supervisores y administradores para crear una base para la recuperación. Presentado por Care Connect Washington & Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center.

Las Series

  • 2 seminarios web proporcionarán información sobre la recuperación y se
  • grabarán.
  • 4 talleres para quienes asistieron o vieron los webinars. Cada taller es una oportunidad para trabajar con un pequeño grupo de colegas sobre cómo implementar los temas presentados en los webinars.

14 de abril: La adaptabilidad es uno de los predictores más sólidos de resultados positivos después de un trauma. En este seminario web, Kira se centra en las acciones que puede realizar para ayudar al personal a avanzar hacia la recuperación, que incluyen: adquirir información, desarrollar opciones, abordar problemas clave, priorizar valores y hablar sobre ello.

Date and Time: 
April 14, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
1:00pm to 2:00pm
 
Webinar: Sector collaboration drives community change

Webinar: Sector collaboration drives community change

Looking for ways to truly engage sector representatives to assist in driving community change? We will look at innovative ways to bring all sectors to the table and keep them there. From the school sector to the healthcare sector to the business sector; we will take a look at the sectors coalitions many times need to have around the table to truly make the change they are striving to make. Oftentimes coalitions do not know who within a sector group they should initially engage or invite to the table; learn how others have brought people to the table and kept them long term. Many times, looking at the WIFM (What’s in it for Me) is what really creates true engagement. During this session there will be real life examples shared of how coalitions have continued to work collaboratively to drive change throughout their community.

Date and Time: 
April 14, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
1:00pm to 2:00pm
 
Webinar: PAX chats 2021

Webinar: PAX chats 2021

PAXIS Institute hosts PAX Chats twice a month.  Great way to receive assistance and support!

This is your chance to ask a PAX question, discuss resources, or share ideas with others implementing PAX throughout the nation!

Date and Time: 
April 14, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
1:00pm to 2:00pm
 
Webinar: Anxiety in the Black community

Webinar: Anxiety in the Black community

Description:
Over the past two years, anxiety disorders among Black Americans have risen at disproportionate rates. This webinar will examine symptoms, causes, and risk factors for this community, and discuss treatment options for addressing these disorders.

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Presenter:
Topaz Sampson, MD is a board certified, forensic-trained adult psychiatrist. She is the Secretary of the Black Psychiatrists of America, Inc. (BPA). Before her role as Secretary of the BPA, Dr. Sampson served as Member-In-Training Trustee. Dr. Sampson received her Bachelor of Science degree from Spelman College. She earned her medical degree from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Dr. Sampson completed her general psychiatry residency training at Baylor College of Medicine’s Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Thereafter, she returned to her home state of New York to complete her Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship at SUNY Upstate Medical University. She has had the distinguished honor of serving as the National President of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) during her last year in medical school. While in residency she was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society, served as Chief Resident and upon graduation was awarded the Eugen Kahn Award for Excellence. While attending the BPA Transcultural Psychiatry Conference in 2018, she was awarded the Distinguished Jeanne Spurlock, M.D. Memorial Award for “outstanding” qualities in Psychiatry during residency. Dr. Sampson is very proud to have testified as an expert witness in New York State several times for various forensic psychiatry assessments. She also co-authored a peer reviewed article entitled, Management of Suicidal Adolescents Presenting to the Emergency Department published in Adolescent Psychiatry. She presently works with Array Behavioral Care providing Telepsychiatry services, which allows her to bring her personal mission to life: serving the underserved.


 
Learning Objectives:

•    Define the types of anxiety disorders
•    Identify the signs and symptoms of anxiety disorders
•    Discuss pharmacologic treatment
•    Discuss non-pharmacologic treatment

Date and Time: 
April 15, 2021 - 8:00am to 9:00am
Location: 
Webinar
8:00am to 9:00am
 
Webinar: MENTOR Washington Java with James #5

Webinar: MENTOR Washington Java with James #5

Grab your coffee and join us for April's Java with James. This month we will engage in conversation to take a deeper look at how we perpetuate white paternalism in modern day mentoring. James will be joined by an educational and psychological consultant working in Washington State, Chris Daikos.

MENTOR Washington is hosting Java with James once a month in order to provide a space for mentoring professionals across Washington to convene, discuss problems we may be experiencing, share solutions to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19, and provide training for mentors and mentoring programs. These are free and open to all looking to learn and share.

Date and Time: 
April 15, 2021 - 11:30am to 12:30pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
11:30am to 12:30pm
 
Introduction of Positive Community Norms (Part 1 of 3)

Introduction of Positive Community Norms (Part 1 of 3)

Dr. Jeff Linkenbach, An introductory training on the Science of the Positive and Positive Community Norms Frameworks: 

Cannabis/marijuana prevention and education: The importance of addressing norms, attitudes, and misperceptions:

The Montana Institute– PCN look to improve health and safety in communities with Positive Community Norms (PCN), an approach that promotes protective factors, increases healthy norms, and changes community cultures on issues in areas such as substance abuse or misuse. PCN can help design andimplement powerful communications campaigns that shift perceptions, attitudes and
 behaviors to achieve authentic community transformation.

This training will include 3 online sessions. Attendees are expected to attend all 3 dates.

Session 2: May 13th, 10:00-11:30am – Applications of PCN in Washington- Dr. Jason Kilmer

Session 3: June 2nd, 12:00 to 1:30pm – Building on PCN Messages from Data- Sara Thompson

Date and Time: 
April 15, 2021 - 11:30am to 1:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
11:30am to 1:00pm
 
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Enhanced Prevention Learning Series: Leveraging systems change for substance misuse prevention

Enhanced Prevention Learning Series: Leveraging systems change for substance misuse prevention

This 6-week Enhanced Prevention Learning Series (EPLS) offers an interactive experience for participants to explore the role of systems change in substance misuse prevention. Participants will examine capacities shown to enable evidence-based interventions to achieve and sustain expected results and learn how to incorporate these into their work. Trainers will share examples from their own systems change experiences and will highlight how leveraging leadership, communications, funding, and data can help participants to achieve their prevention goals. The distance learning series will include skill-based learning opportunities, individual and group activities, reading assignments, and group discussion. By the end of the EPLS, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the importance of systems change to success in the field of prevention
  • Name four capacities necessary to create enabling contexts
  • Identify personal strengths and areas to enhance leadership capacity
  • Name at least two strategies to communicate the value of prevention to enhance system change efforts focused on prevention
  • List three resources available to complete the fund mapping process in their community
  • Describe why data systems are essential in prevention
Date and Time: 
March 18, 2021 (All day) to April 22, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Webinar
(All day)
 
Children's Mental Health Symposium

Children's Mental Health Symposium

This globally recognized event will bring in thousands of people, the majority of whom are parents and educators from every corner of the globe.

Our conference will be keynoted by 3 prestigious presenters: world renowned experts in the field of child psychology and New York Times Best-Selling authors and clinicians, Dr. Gordon Neufeld, Dr. Bruce Perry, and Dr. Laura Markham.  These dynamic speakers will bring their expertise and decades of experience as they over unparalleled keynote addresses.  They will also be joined on stage by Dr. Ross Greene, Dr. Deborah MacNamara, Patty Wipfler, Kim Payne,  Jennifer Kolari, and more!

Topics Include:  Achieving optimal Holistic Health; Theraplay for Parents and Caregivers; The Making of the Resilient Family; Navigating Your Child’s Education; Fostering Emotion Regulation; 5 Listening Tools; Being Your Best When Your Kids are at Their Worst; Surviving the Teenage Years; The Danish Way of Parenting; Merging Traditional Child Rearing Practices with Western Psychology; Keeping Children Safe Online; Rest, Play Grow: Helping Young Children Flourish; Growing Strong Girls; How to Talk to Children About Race and Racism; The Explosive Child; Mental Health First for Educators; Childhood Anxiety; Childhood Trauma 

Date and Time: 
April 23, 2021 - 7:00am to April 25, 2021 - 4:30pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
7:00am to 4:30pm
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Prevention ethics for Alaska Native And American Indian prevention practitioners

Prevention ethics for Alaska Native And American Indian prevention practitioners

Prevention Ethics: A training for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Prevention Practitioners and individuals working primarily with AI/AN communities and organizations to prevent substance misuse.

This 3-week, 5-session series offers an interactive experience for participants to explore the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics using realistic examples designed to strengthen AI/AN prevention practitioners’ capacity to manage challenging situations in their work in AI/AN organizations and communities. Components of this learning series include individual pre-session learning assignments, live videoconference group sessions, facilitated discussion, skills-based learning activities, and practice applying an ethical decision-making process.

Date and Time: 
April 5, 2021 (All day) to April 19, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Elements of effective coalitions series

Elements of effective coalitions series

This 7-week series offers a unique interactive experience that provides participants an opportunity to learn more about the key organizational elements that assist coalitions of all types to operate efficiently and effectively. This series will have a special focus on coalitions that promote healthy youth development to reduce substance misuse and other related problem behaviors.

Participants will explore a variety of organizational principles that will assist them in the overall development of their coalition by learning more about how to engage and sustain the involvement of key stakeholders and members over time, how to utilize dynamic group-development strategies, and how their efforts can connect with other coalition efforts in their area.

The learning series is structured to provide online consultation, skill-based learning and practice, group and self-study activities, reading assignments, and discussion on topics essential to an effective community coalition structure when focusing on primary prevention.

Participants will have the opportunity during the course to discuss specific “next steps” questions.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 (All day) to May 18, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
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SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 1/2

SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 1/2

Description: In this two-part virtual ​delivery training, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez from Washington State University will review the virtual curriculum adaptation for Strengthening Families Program 10-14Participants will leave with an understanding of how to deliver SFP 10-14 in a virtual setting (actual application/practice will happen during the training)

 

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators and support staff who are preparing to implement SFP 10-14 virtually in the next 1-3 months.

 

Registration: Recommended to attend a 1-hour readiness primer (SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Information Primer) where you will be given an overview of the logistics, technology requirements, and resource handouts to help support your virtual delivery of SFP. For more information, please email SFP 10-14 Community of Practice (CoP) and Evaluation Coordinator Sabrina DiGennaro (sabrina.digennaro@wsu.edu) or WSU SFP 10-14 CoP (sfp.1014@wsu.edu).

Date and Time: 
April 20, 2021 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Webinar: Weaving calm: A strength-based approach to addressing stress among urban Native youth during COVID-19

Webinar: Weaving calm: A strength-based approach to addressing stress among urban Native youth during COVID-19

The Promoting Mental Wellness: Addressing Suicide and Substance Misuse Among Urban Native Youth During COVID-19 series is focused on promoting the mental wellness of urban Native youth by providing UIO staff and leadership with a comprehensive view of the extent of suicide and substance misuse among this group, strategies of addressing these concerns through clinical treatment, with special consideration of the impact of COVID-19.

Presenter(s): TBD

Who Should Attend?  Urban Indian Organizations (UIOs)

Objectives:

Recognize behaviors associated with stress in Native youth
Understand the negative impacts of stress on physical and behavioral wellness
Identify interventions/coping strategies/strengths-based solutions for chronic stress in Native youth
Identify how stress is intensified among Native communities by COVID-19

Date and Time: 
April 20, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: Development of a strengths-focused family-based program to prevent adverse childhood experiences

Webinar: Development of a strengths-focused family-based program to prevent adverse childhood experiences

Part of the 2021 Research-in-Progress Webinar Series on Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences and Child Maltreatment

Presenters: Katie Edwards, PhD, Ramona Herrington, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Emily Waterman, PhD, Bennington College; Heather Tromp, Youth and Family Services in Rapid City, SD; Mary Black Bonnet, Native Advisory Board

All webinars are one hour, free and open to prevention professionals and researchers in child maltreatment and ACEs prevention. Presenters will describe research in progress and take questions from attendees

Date and Time: 
April 20, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: SBIRT and Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) youth

Webinar: SBIRT and Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) youth

This webinar provides an overview of the unique needs and challenges sexual and gender minority youth experience, discusses health disparities associated with alcohol and substance use, and reviews strategies for integrating adolescent screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) appropriately into care.

Date and Time: 
April 20, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
DBHR call for behavioral health service providers - Listening session

DBHR call for behavioral health service providers - Listening session

Bi-weekly DBHR service provider calls

Date and Time: 
April 20, 2021 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Category: 
Meeting
Location: 
Virtual
1:30pm to 2:30pm
 
SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Readiness Primer

SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Readiness Primer

In this one-hour readiness primer, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez, from Washington State University will describe the ​steps for preparing to deliver the Strengthening Families Program 10-14 virtually along with the recommended adaptation​s. She will review the practical requirements (e.g. virtual and technology requirements, facilitator preparations, family engagement packets, etc.) for virtual implementation of SFP 10-14, and will work with attendees to determine their readiness for virtual implementation of SFP 10-14. Participants will leave with an understanding of what is needed to deliver SFP 10-14 in a virtual setting and information on next steps.

 

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators, coordinators, support staff, and others who are interested in learning more about the SFP 10-14 virtual curriculum adaptation.

Date and Time: 
April 20, 2021 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
3:00pm to 4:00pm
 
Prioritizing Equity in Public Health Leadership Summit

Prioritizing Equity in Public Health Leadership Summit

This half-day virtual meeting will provide a forum for state and territorial health practitioners to learn about emergent public health issues and apply evidence-based and promising practices to address structural racism and reduce racial and ethnic disparities. The summit will feature keynote presentations from national thought leaders, breakout discussions, and real-world case examples that can be applied to current public health challenges.

Most sessions will be adjourned by 5 p.m. There will be an invite-only discussion that runs from 5-6 p.m.

Date and Time: 
April 21, 2021 - 8:00am to 2:00pm
Category: 
Meeting
Location: 
Virtual
8:00am to 2:00pm
 
SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 2/2

SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Training Part 2/2

Description: In this two-part virtual ​delivery training, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez from Washington State University will review the virtual curriculum adaptation for Strengthening Families Program 10-14Participants will leave with an understanding of how to deliver SFP 10-14 in a virtual setting (actual application/practice will happen during the training)

 

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators and support staff who are preparing to implement SFP 10-14 virtually in the next 1-3 months.

 

Registration: Recommended to attend a 1-hour readiness primer (SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Information Primer) where you will be given an overview of the logistics, technology requirements, and resource handouts to help support your virtual delivery of SFP. For more information, please email SFP 10-14 Community of Practice (CoP) and Evaluation Coordinator Sabrina DiGennaro (sabrina.digennaro@wsu.edu) or WSU SFP 10-14 CoP (sfp.1014@wsu.edu).

Date and Time: 
April 21, 2021 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
9:00am to 12:00pm
 
Webinar: Learning effective prevention engagement in African American community and sharing successes

Webinar: Learning effective prevention engagement in African American community and sharing successes

Participants will learn key strategies and practical methods to implement prevention in the urban and black community. The presenters review African American history and the ways it impacts the way organizations learn and ultimately define what prevention is or is not for their targeted population. Participants will explore what the national data offers about African Americans' drug and mental health concerns, learn specific prevention principles, and how to apply these principles within the African American/urban communities.

Date and Time: 
April 21, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: Equitable approaches to primary prevention of adolescence marijuana use

Webinar: Equitable approaches to primary prevention of adolescence marijuana use

The presentation describes strategies for ensuring that programs to prevent marijuana use are grounded in the principles of equity. It will include: [1] a review the history of marijuana control policies in the US, [2] a summary of how structural racism and social disadvantage shape risk for use and use disorder, and [3] offer strategies for ensuring that programs and policies are grounded in an equity framework.

 

**For Substance Use Prevention Professionals only**

Date and Time: 
April 21, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:30am
 
Webinar: Ending vaping the way it starts: A social cessation solution for teens

Webinar: Ending vaping the way it starts: A social cessation solution for teens

According to a recent study in JAMA Pediatrics, 45% of teens who vape want to quit. These teens need help and support to quit successfully, but they may not feel ready to enroll in a traditional cessation program. Plus, it’s hard to face a problem that started socially… alone.

Join us for a sneak preview into a social-first, teen-first, vaping-first intervention developed in partnership with HopelabUCSF, and Rescue Agency. Through peer support groups on Instagram, we educate teens on quitting, provide behavioral and cognitive coping tools to make quitting easier, and connect them with social support from other teens who are trying to quit.

In this 1-hour webinar, you'll learn:

  • Insights about what we’ve learned from teens who vape and want to stop.
  • The science behind social-media-based interventions.
  • How to apply an Instagram-based approach to cessation education.
Date and Time: 
April 21, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: Forum for children's well-being- workshop on children in immigrant families

Webinar: Forum for children's well-being- workshop on children in immigrant families

The Forum for Children’s Well-Being will host a virtual public workshop on April 21, 2021. This joint workshop with the Brandeis University Institute for Child, Youth, and Family will explore the research evidence on immigrant families' access to U.S. social programs and its effects on children's mental, emotional, behavioral, and physical well-being. During this 90 minute workshop, panelists will discuss the negative physical, cognitive, and behavioral health impacts of current immigration policies on children; and highlight promising public policy approaches that can mitigate these impacts and promote healthy childhood.

Date and Time: 
April 21, 2021 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
3:30pm to 5:00pm
 
Webinar: Disparities in healthcare and in mental health affecting the Black Community

Webinar: Disparities in healthcare and in mental health affecting the Black Community

Description:
The African American community continues to suffer from medical conditions and complications at higher frequency and to a more severe extent than the Caucasian counterparts. This presentation will explore the factors that contribute to these disparities and introduce several steps that may be taken to lessen or eliminate this impact.

Presenter:
Malaika E. Berkeley, M.D., M.P.H. is a native of the Caribbean nations of Guyana and Barbados. She attended the University of Virginia for her undergraduate studies then went on to achieve her Doctor of Medicine degree from Howard University, College of Medicine. While pursuing her residency in General Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, Dr. Berkeley was presented with the Women Leaders in Psychiatry award. She also became a contributing author to Psychiatry Pearls while in residency. Dr. Berkeley is board certified in General Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Following her residency, she worked for many years as a Locum Tenens Psychiatrist in a variety of settings before returning to school to pursue her Master of Public Health. Dr. Berkeley received her MPH from Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health, in 2012 before opening her private practice. She currently works for the Georgia Department of Corrections while maintaining a small private practice. She is the co-author of three books by Global Health Psychiatry: 1) Mind Matters, a Resource Guide to Psychiatry for Black Communities; 2) How Amari Learned to Love School Again, A Story About ADHD and 3) Bree’s Journey to Joy, A Story About Childhood Grief and Depression.


 
Learning Objectives:

  • Define healthcare disparities
  • Identify the factors that influence healthcare disparities 
  • Identify specific factors that influence mental health disparities
  • Specify the effects of healthcare and mental health disparities
  • Describe ways to reduce healthcare and mental health disparities
Date and Time: 
April 22, 2021 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Location: 
Webinar
9:00am to 10:00am
 
Webinar: Promoting Health through Community Inclusion and Welcoming Spaces

Webinar: Promoting Health through Community Inclusion and Welcoming Spaces

Promoting Health of People in Recovery Through Inclusion: Creating a Welcoming Washington State

Speaker: Mark Salzer, Ph.D., Director, Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities

Description: Dr. Salzer will introduce the concept of “Welcoming Spaces” and will review the theories and research underlying community inclusion and participation for mental health and wellness of people in recovery from substance use. He will discuss the importance of community spaces (including colleges/universities, libraries, recreational centers, and volunteer organizations) that are welcoming and embracing of these individuals to support their ability to participate in meaningful ways.

Attendees: This event is free and open to anyone intrested in learning more about community inclusion and the importance of community spaces for individuals in recovery from substance use. 

Flyer: Attached. Please feel free to distribute with colleagues who may be interested in attending.

Date: Thursday April 22nd, 2021 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PDT

Registration is required—Register for the live Zoom event here!

 

Date and Time: 
April 22, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Category: 
Event
Location: 
Zoom Meeting
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

The EWAHEC has a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to train Mental Health First Aid.

Please note that our grant limits us to train in Washington State, in the following counties: Adams, Asotin, Chelan, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Garfield, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, and Whitman Counties.

Some key points for you:

  • We will be training through September 30, 2021
  • Training is 100% virtual for the time being due to COVID
    • We hope to offer in-person training in the spring/summer of 20201, it all depends on COVID
  • Training is FREE to you
  • Training is scheduled on a date and time that works for your organization
    • We work during business hours, after hours, and on weekends
  • The minimum class size is 5 people, and the maximum class size is 20 people
    • If you have more than 20 people that you want to have trained, we are happy to host as many trainings as it takes

To request a training for your group or organization, please scroll farther down the page and complete the fillable form.

To join a training that has been scheduled and is open to anyone, please scroll even farther down the page and complete that form.

Date and Time: 
April 23, 2021 - 8:00am to 2:30pm
Location: 
Webinar
8:00am to 2:30pm
 
Webinar: From longhouse to schoolhouse: American Indian/Alaska Native communities coming together

Webinar: From longhouse to schoolhouse: American Indian/Alaska Native communities coming together

Hosted by the National American Indian & Alaska Native Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network. From Longhouse to Schoolhouse: AI/AN school communities coming together in partnership to learn, collaborate, and share experiences and knowledge.

Date and Time: 
April 23, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Category: 
Meeting
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
Mental Health First Aid - Youth curriculum

Mental Health First Aid - Youth curriculum

The EWAHEC has a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to train Mental Health First Aid.

Please note that our grant limits us to train in Washington State, in the following counties: Adams, Asotin, Chelan, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Garfield, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, and Whitman Counties.

Some key points for you:

  • We will be training through September 30, 2021
  • Training is 100% virtual for the time being due to COVID
    • We hope to offer in-person training in the spring/summer of 20201, it all depends on COVID
  • Training is FREE to you
  • Training is scheduled on a date and time that works for your organization
    • We work during business hours, after hours, and on weekends
  • The minimum class size is 5 people, and the maximum class size is 20 people
    • If you have more than 20 people that you want to have trained, we are happy to host as many trainings as it takes

To request a training for your group or organization, please scroll farther down the page and complete the fillable form.

To join a training that has been scheduled and is open to anyone, please scroll even farther down the page and complete that form.

Date and Time: 
April 24, 2021 - 9:00am to 2:30pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
9:00am to 2:30pm
 
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Elements of effective coalitions series

Elements of effective coalitions series

This 7-week series offers a unique interactive experience that provides participants an opportunity to learn more about the key organizational elements that assist coalitions of all types to operate efficiently and effectively. This series will have a special focus on coalitions that promote healthy youth development to reduce substance misuse and other related problem behaviors.

Participants will explore a variety of organizational principles that will assist them in the overall development of their coalition by learning more about how to engage and sustain the involvement of key stakeholders and members over time, how to utilize dynamic group-development strategies, and how their efforts can connect with other coalition efforts in their area.

The learning series is structured to provide online consultation, skill-based learning and practice, group and self-study activities, reading assignments, and discussion on topics essential to an effective community coalition structure when focusing on primary prevention.

Participants will have the opportunity during the course to discuss specific “next steps” questions.

Date and Time: 
April 6, 2021 (All day) to May 18, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Virtual
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Children's Mental Health Symposium

Children's Mental Health Symposium

This globally recognized event will bring in thousands of people, the majority of whom are parents and educators from every corner of the globe.

Our conference will be keynoted by 3 prestigious presenters: world renowned experts in the field of child psychology and New York Times Best-Selling authors and clinicians, Dr. Gordon Neufeld, Dr. Bruce Perry, and Dr. Laura Markham.  These dynamic speakers will bring their expertise and decades of experience as they over unparalleled keynote addresses.  They will also be joined on stage by Dr. Ross Greene, Dr. Deborah MacNamara, Patty Wipfler, Kim Payne,  Jennifer Kolari, and more!

Topics Include:  Achieving optimal Holistic Health; Theraplay for Parents and Caregivers; The Making of the Resilient Family; Navigating Your Child’s Education; Fostering Emotion Regulation; 5 Listening Tools; Being Your Best When Your Kids are at Their Worst; Surviving the Teenage Years; The Danish Way of Parenting; Merging Traditional Child Rearing Practices with Western Psychology; Keeping Children Safe Online; Rest, Play Grow: Helping Young Children Flourish; Growing Strong Girls; How to Talk to Children About Race and Racism; The Explosive Child; Mental Health First for Educators; Childhood Anxiety; Childhood Trauma 

Date and Time: 
April 23, 2021 - 7:00am to April 25, 2021 - 4:30pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
7:00am to 4:30pm
 
Webinar: Ethics in prevention: A guide for substance abuse prevention practitioners

Webinar: Ethics in prevention: A guide for substance abuse prevention practitioners

As substance misuse prevention professionals, we regularly face situations that require us to make ethical decisions. Often it is clear how to act ethically; sometimes it is not.

This moderated online course explores the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics, brought to life with realistic examples designed to enhance participant understanding. The course also introduces a decision-making process to help practitioners apply this code to a variety of ethical dilemmas, and an online discussion area to facilitate discussion with other course participants.

Next Event: April 26- May 7, 2021

Audience: Prevention practitioners working at the state level or in communities

Course Length: 6 hours

This course is NOT meant to be completed in one day. Assignments are due to be posted by MondayWednesday, and Friday the first week and Wednesday and Friday the second week.  

The course is open 24/7 and there is no specific time of day that you need to be on the course. You can post your answers at any time, we just ask that you try to keep to the schedule.

 

Certification: This course has been endorsed by the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) and meets the IC&RC’s prevention ethics requirement for prevention specialist credentialing.  Individuals who receive a passing grade on the course self-assessment (80% correct) will receive a certificate for 6 hours of participation.

 

This training has also been approved by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) to satisfy CASAC renewal requirements and CPP/CPS initial/renewal credentialing requirements. 

Education Development Center is a NADAAC-approved vendor.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Define ethics and related terms
  • Apply the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics to their work in prevention
  • Use a four-step decision-making process to resolve ethical dilemmas

Course Modules

  • Module 1: Welcome to Ethics in Prevention explores the differences between values, principles, and ethics; what to do when values compete or conflict; describes two types of unethical behavior, and introduces the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics.
  • Module 2: Prevention Code of Ethics examines, in detail, each of the six principles: Non-Discrimination; Competence, Integrity, Nature of Services, Confidentiality, and Ethical Obligations for Community and Society
  • Module 3: Decision-making Process presents an objective process for making ethical decisions and actions in challenging situations, particularly when there is no single best response, there is a recognized difference of opinion, or people don’t feel good about the circumstances or the possible resolution.

Each module contains practical information and interactive exercises designed to help you apply course content to your work. This course also contains numerous resources—including summaries, tools, and links to external sites—to supplement the online course experience.

Date and Time: 
April 26, 2021 (All day) to May 7, 2021 (All day)
Location: 
Webinar
(All day)
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2021 National Tribal Public Health Summit

2021 National Tribal Public Health Summit

The National Tribal Public Health Summit is the premier American Indian and Alaska Native specific annual gathering focused on public health policy, systems, and infrastructure. 

The summit highlights best, evidence-based, emerging, and promising practices developed by Tribes for Tribes. It also explores public health policy and its impact on Tribes, and serves as a forum for practitioners, researchers, and policy experts to mobilize in the arenas of public, behavioral, and environmental health.

Date and Time: 
April 27, 2021 (All day) to April 29, 2021 (All day)
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
(All day)
 
Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

You are more likely to encounter someone in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack.  Learn how to help a friend, family member, coworker or neighbor in need. The National Council for Behavioral Health certifies individuals throughout the nation to provide Mental Health First Aid courses to prepare their communities with the knowledge and skills to help individuals who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.  Identified on SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices, the training helps the public better identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses. 

Students must complete a 2-hour self paced course prior to attending this training. 
Students will receive a link to this 2-hour training from the Instructor after successful registration into the course. This email will be sent to the email address provided to us during the time of registration. 
Once students have successfully completed the 2-hour self paced training course, students will receive a second email with a zoom link to allow them access to their virtual classroom on the scheduled class date.

Textbook & Cost:

Textbooks will be available electronically and will be sent within one of the two emails that you will receive from the Instructor.
There is no cost to this course as tuition is generously supported by AHECWW.

 

Certificate Requirements:

Students must complete both pre-work and live session to receive a certificate.

 

 

Date and Time: 
April 30, 2021 - 8:00am to 3:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
8:00am to 3:00pm
 
Webinar: Youth mental health first aid training

Webinar: Youth mental health first aid training

Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health challenges and substance use disorders in young people. This training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial support to a young person who may be developing a mental health or substance use issue and help connect them to the appropriate care. 

First Aiders will complete a 2-hour self-paced class and then participate in a 5-hour instructor-led class using video conferencing via Zoom. 

Participants will be given access to the 2-hour self-paced class two weeks before the training. This is a prerequisite for the 5-hour Zoom training. The self-paced class will need to be completed at least 48 hours before the training. 

This training is interactive; please have a microphone and webcam.

Questions? Contact randyl.wilkins@prevention.org

Date and Time: 
April 30, 2021 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 3:00pm
 
Teaching Cannabis Awareness & Prevention Conference

Teaching Cannabis Awareness & Prevention Conference

This conference is for educators, TUPE Coordinators, community-based organizations,school administrators, healthcare providers, school resource officers, parents, and anyone else working with youth to learn about the latest research on youth and cannabis, including products being used, reasons for use, health effects, and the latest available lessons for teaching cannabis education and prevention to middle school and high school aged youth.

Date and Time: 
April 27, 2021 - 8:00am to April 28, 2021 - 12:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
8:00am to 12:00pm
 
Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

Mental Health First Aid - Adult curriculum

The EWAHEC has a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to train Mental Health First Aid.

Please note that our grant limits us to train in Washington State, in the following counties: Adams, Asotin, Chelan, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Garfield, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, and Whitman Counties.

Some key points for you:

  • We will be training through September 30, 2021
  • Training is 100% virtual for the time being due to COVID
    • We hope to offer in-person training in the spring/summer of 20201, it all depends on COVID
  • Training is FREE to you
  • Training is scheduled on a date and time that works for your organization
    • We work during business hours, after hours, and on weekends
  • The minimum class size is 5 people, and the maximum class size is 20 people
    • If you have more than 20 people that you want to have trained, we are happy to host as many trainings as it takes

To request a training for your group or organization, please scroll farther down the page and complete the fillable form.

To join a training that has been scheduled and is open to anyone, please scroll even farther down the page and complete that form.

Date and Time: 
April 29, 2021 - 8:00am to 2:30pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Virtual
8:00am to 2:30pm
 
Webinar: Collegiate recovery student recruitment and retention strategies

Webinar: Collegiate recovery student recruitment and retention strategies

What’s the secret in the sauce, so to speak? Recruitment and retention of students is the foundation of all successful collegiate recovery communities. Remember, you can’t have a collegiate recovery program without the community of students. Additionally, your campus administration is probably like most, and have a focus on retention and graduation rates as part of their performance metrics. From large 4-year state universities to local community colleges and everything in between, collegiate recovery student recruitment and retention is critical to the longevity of your program. Join us April 29th, as collegiate recovery and recovery high school experts explore real world examples, strategies, and emergent best practices for engaging new and returning students.

Participants will:

- Learn how key investments, such as space, staff, institutional support, and an attractive and supportive culture, provides a strong foundation for sustainable collegiate recovery programs.
- Understand the importance of student recruitment and retention to a collegiate recovery program.
- Discuss challenges of student recruitment and retention during the time of COVID19.
- Listen to real world examples of effective and impactful collegiate recovery programming.

Meet our speakers:

Olivia Dale Pape is the director of the WVU Collegiate Recovery Program.

Jonathan Lofgren is the founder of the Collegiate Recovery Program at Minneapolis College.

Seth Welch is the Substance Use Disorder Professional and Student Family Advocate at the Interagency Recovery High School in Seattle, WA.

This event is sponsored by Washington State University.

Date and Time: 
April 29, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
11:00am to 12:00pm
 
Webinar: An exploration of substance use fundamentals and youth perspective on the impacts of COVID-19

Webinar: An exploration of substance use fundamentals and youth perspective on the impacts of COVID-19

A national assessment of 600 youth, ages 13-18, conducted in January 2021 found that 78% of youth felt the COVID-19 pandemic has increased stress for them and their family and 69% reported increased feelings of loneliness. Nearly a quarter of the respondents reported that accessing substances was easy or very easy during the pandemic. These impacts are not limited to the time of the current public health crisis/pandemic but will go beyond and will affect the behavioral health of today’s youth for years to come.

Join the National Council and Thomas E. Freese, PhD, co-director for both the UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs & the Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center, for “An Exploration of Substance Use Fundamentals & Youth Perspective on the Impacts of COVID-19” on Thursday, April 29th from 3:00-4:30pm ET / 12:00-3:00pm PT, to learn more about the effects of the pandemic on youth and why it is more important than ever to understand youth substance use. Together, we will explore preliminary data from a national assessment as well as an overview of various substances and associated impact of the psychoactive substances most commonly used by youth.

Questions? Contact Rachel Shaheen (rachels@thenationalcouncil.org) or visit ysbirt.org!

Date and Time: 
April 29, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
Webinar: Mentoring with Native Communities

Webinar: Mentoring with Native Communities

Join us for a conversation on mentoring in Native American communities. Guiding, supportive, and encouraging relationships between elders and youth have been an essential and time-honored practice in communities. Mentoring is natural in Native American communities where there is a tradition of respect for the importance of family and the honoring of elders. MENTOR Washington, a support organization that walks alongside programs and communities as they provide quality mentoring to young people, recognizes the cultural importance of mentors in native communities and would like to connect with those that are or want to implement mentor programs for the youth in their areas.

Date and Time: 
April 29, 2021 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
2:00pm to 3:00pm
 
Implementation 101: What is the SPF Implementation Step? (Part 2)

Implementation 101: What is the SPF Implementation Step? (Part 2)

Part 2 of this series will discuss the importance of fidelity especially when making adaptations to a program. This webinar will also cover monitoring, evaluating, and adjusting program strategies and the importance of developing an implementation action plan and what to include in the plan.

Date and Time: 
April 29, 2021 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
3:00pm to 4:00pm
 
Webinar: Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Tuesday's virtual water cooler chat

Webinar: Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Tuesday's virtual water cooler chat

Join the Higher Education Center in virtual water cooler chats to exchange ideas and connect with AOD professionals across the country. These chats are informal--much like when you find yourself in conversation at the water cooler or coffee machine in your office or at a conference. Join us for one or all!
 

Date and Time: 
April 27, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
11:00am to 12:00pm
 
Webinar: Cannabis: Medical use, misuse, and in-between

Webinar: Cannabis: Medical use, misuse, and in-between

Description: Tracy Klein, PhD, ARNP will describe the difference between medical and recreational use of Cannabis, as well as the conditions for which the medical use of Cannabis is supported by research. She will also review the diagnosis of Cannabis Use Disorder (CUD) and share tools and resources available for clinical risk assessment. 


Objectives:

  1. Define conditions for which medical use of cannabis is supported by research
  2. Describe the differential diagnosis, incidence, and sequalae of CUD
  3. Evaluate tools and resources available for risk assessment and referral of CUD

Providence Health Care designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 hour of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

 

Date and Time: 
April 27, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
Webinar: Trauma-informed change management

Webinar: Trauma-informed change management

One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, public health organizations are still responding to this prolonged crisis, which has impacted—and sometimes traumatized—each member of the workforce in unique ways.

The April session of Hot Topics in Practice, which will be the series’ 200th episode, considers how public health organizations can navigate change in the face of disclosed or undisclosed trauma experienced by staff. The presentation will cover three critical stages of change, how to identify and prevent risks and barriers associated with change initiatives, and how to identify and manage trauma throughout the change lifecycle.

Leading dynamic organizations through any type of change is difficult, and it's even harder when employees are experiencing high levels of emotional distress. Register today to learn strategies for leading transformational change during trying times.

In conjunction with the Hot Topics in Practice 200th episode anniversary, NWCPHP is releasing a new resource to help workforce specialists and educators develop effective, engaging, and inclusive webinars for public health learning. Join this session for a sneak preview of the toolkit.

Note: Live webinar attendance will be capped at 500 audience members and admittance is on a first-come basis. If you miss the live webinar, don’t forget that recordings of all our Hot Topics webinars are available on our free e-learning portal. Find out more at https://phlearnlink.nwcphp.org. An email reminder with a link to this month’s Hot Topics recording will be sent out after the webinar.

Closed captioning will be available during the webinar.

Up to 1 CPH recertification credit may be earned by viewing this webinar. Visit the National Board of Public Health Examiners website to learn more.

Date and Time: 
April 27, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Readiness Primer

SFP 10-14 Virtual Adaptation Readiness Primer

In this one-hour readiness primer, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez, from Washington State University will describe the ​steps for preparing to deliver the Strengthening Families Program 10-14 virtually along with the recommended adaptation​s. She will review the practical requirements (e.g. virtual and technology requirements, facilitator preparations, family engagement packets, etc.) for virtual implementation of SFP 10-14, and will work with attendees to determine their readiness for virtual implementation of SFP 10-14. Participants will leave with an understanding of what is needed to deliver SFP 10-14 in a virtual setting and information on next steps.

 

Audience: This training is intended for trained and certified SFP 10-14 facilitators, coordinators, support staff, and others who are interested in learning more about the SFP 10-14 virtual curriculum adaptation.

Date and Time: 
April 27, 2021 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Zoom
3:00pm to 4:00pm
 
Webinar: Implementation 101: What is the SPF implementation step? (part 1)

Webinar: Implementation 101: What is the SPF implementation step? (part 1)

This two-part webinar will delve into the implementation step of the Strategic Prevention Framework. We will focus on balancing fidelity with adaptation, establishing implementation supports, and monitoring prevention efforts in order to set your prevention program or coalition up for success.
 

Registration information coming soon!

Date and Time: 
April 27, 2021 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
3:00pm to 4:00pm
 
DBHR Learning Community Meeting - April 2021

DBHR Learning Community Meeting - April 2021

Please register for the April 2021 Learning Community Meeting:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5718714317408114444


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For any additional questions, please reach out to your Prevention System Manager or prevention@hca.wa.gov

The thrid hour will feature presenters from the Department of Health's Youth Cannabis & Commercial Tobacco Prevention ProgramThere will be a discussion of Local Control; a review of informational briefs to assist with decision-maker outreach; and, an overview of the recently released Washington State Commercial Tobacco Prevention and Control Five-Year Strategic Plan.

Date and Time: 
April 28, 2021 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Category: 
Meeting
Location: 
via GoTo Webinar
9:00am to 12:00pm
 
Webinar: Families and relationships - Part 2

Webinar: Families and relationships - Part 2

Please join the National American Indian and Alaska Native Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) Network for their monthly PTTC Monthly Webinar Series! This month's topic is "Families and Relationships - Part 2", featuring Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho.

Contact Cindy Sagoe for details: cindy-sagoe@uiowa.edu

Date and Time: 
April 28, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:30am
 
Webinar: Preventing underage alcohol use part 1: An overview of data and strategies

Webinar: Preventing underage alcohol use part 1: An overview of data and strategies

This webinar will provide a broad overview of the current state of underage drinking and related prevention efforts. It will include a review of the data on the prevalence of alcohol use and alcohol use patterns, along with data on the adverse effects of underage alcohol use and research on its risk and protective factors. The webinar will also discuss what is known about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on underage alcohol use. Finally, it will provide an overview of Federal underage drinking prevention efforts and the types of evidence-based strategies that prevention professionals can implement.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Summarize the data on the state of underage drinking and its consequences

  • Explain the research on risk and protective factors for engaging in underage drinking

  • Explore what is known and unknown about the impact of COVID-19

  • Overview Federal prevention efforts

  • Highlight evidence-based prevention strategies and related resources

Date and Time: 
April 28, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:30am
 
Webinar: Adolescents, young adults and opioid use: When is it a problem? What to do?

Webinar: Adolescents, young adults and opioid use: When is it a problem? What to do?

Experimenting and pushing limits are normal developmental parts of adolescence and young adulthood. This may encompass experimenting with various substances that are easy to acquire and, unfortunately, that includes opioids. Whether they're buying pills and heroin off the street or getting prescriptions from medical professionals, how can we best prevent opioid abuse in this population and provide the best intervention and treatment when there is a problem? This webinar will explore 10 vulnerabilities to developing an opioid addiction 2) warning signs that a young person is misusing a prescription 3) conversations (that take 3 minutes or less) that can help prevent misuse of mediation and 4) various options for treatment with the pros and cons of each.

Date and Time: 
April 28, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
10:00am to 11:00am
 
Webinar: Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change series: Listening to transgender children, transforming ourselves

Webinar: Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change series: Listening to transgender children, transforming ourselves

Returning for a third season of engaging dialogue, BTC’s Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change series features luminaries across the family-facing fields who are exploring current and emerging issues facing children and families today.

Listening to Transgender Children, Transforming Ourselves
Featuring Debi Jackson, Founder of Gender Inc.

Registration is free and simultaneous Spanish language translation is offered at all conversations.

Date and Time: 
April 28, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
12:00pm to 1:00pm
 
Webinar: PAX chats 2021

Webinar: PAX chats 2021

PAXIS Institute hosts PAX Chats twice a month.  Great way to receive assistance and support!

This is your chance to ask a PAX question, discuss resources, or share ideas with others implementing PAX throughout the nation!

Date and Time: 
April 28, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Location: 
Webinar
1:00pm to 2:00pm
 
Webinar: Care Connect WA: Leadership Series - Thrive (English and Spanish)

Webinar: Care Connect WA: Leadership Series - Thrive (English and Spanish)

Calling All Supervisors and Administrators!

The emotional costs of COVID-19 have been overwhelming for Care Coordinators. This can lead to burnout and staff turnover. Recovery will take more than self-care: it will require leadership. In this leadership
series, Dr. Kira Mauseth, co-lead for the Behavioral Health Strike Team for the WA State Department of Health and practicing clinical psychologist, will work with supervisors and administrators to create a foundation for recovery. Brought to you by Care Connect Washington & Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center.

The Series

  • 2 webinars will provide information on recovery and will be recorded.
  • 4 workshops for those who attended or watched the webinars.
  • Each workshop is an opportunity to work with a small group of colleagues on how to implement the topics presented in the webinars.

April 28 topic: Recovering from the pandemic will require organizations, teams, and individuals to shift from ‘survive’ to ‘thrive’. In this webinar Dr. Mauseth explores what to focus on: Transparency, Health, Resilience, Integration, Values & Vision, and Education.


¡Llamando a todos los Supervisores y Administradores!

Los costos emocionales de COVID-19 han sido abrumadores para los Coordinador de Cuidados. Esto puede provocar agotamiento y rotación de
personal. La recuperación requerirá más que cuidados personales: requerirá liderazgo. En esta serie de liderazgo, la Dra. Kira Mauseth, codirectora del Behavioral Health Strike Team para el Departamento de Salud del Estado de Washington y psicóloga clínica, trabajará con supervisores y administradores para crear una base para la recuperación. Presentado por Care Connect Washington & Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center.

Las Series

  • 2 seminarios web proporcionarán información sobre la recuperación y se
  • grabarán.
  • 4 talleres para quienes asistieron o vieron los webinars. Cada taller es una oportunidad para trabajar con un pequeño grupo de colegas sobre cómo implementar los temas presentados en los webinars.

28 de abril: La recuperación de la pandemia requerirá que las organizaciones, los equipos y las personas pasen de "sobrevivir" a "prosperar". En este seminario web, el Dr. Mauseth explora en qué centrarse: transparencia, salud, resiliencia, integración, valores y visión, y educación.

Date and Time: 
April 28, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
1:00pm to 2:00pm
 
Webinar: Singles also score runs – A trip around the policy ballpark in 90 minutes

Webinar: Singles also score runs – A trip around the policy ballpark in 90 minutes

Understanding the policy landscape helps you to know where to focus your efforts, from the state to the local level. Given what we know about effective policies that promote public health and safety, how can we assess current and proposed policies and then work for change? And where does that change need to take place? Topics discussed will include preemption, local options, and political will, keeping in mind that small successes can eventually lead to bigger wins.

Presenter: Mary Segawa, M.S has worked in community and statewide ATOD prevention and public policy for 25 years. She currently consults with regulatory, public health, prevention and research agencies and groups across the country to support actions that meet the shared goals of protecting public health and safety. 

Date and Time: 
April 28, 2021 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Category: 
Training
Location: 
Webinar
1:30pm to 3:00pm
 
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