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What Preventionists Should Know About Opioids

Washington Association for Substance misuse And Violence Prevention (WASAVP) presents…

“What Preventionists Should Know About Opioids”

Learn key information about opioids that every preventionist should be aware of in our upcoming online event!

Date and time

Thursday, June 27 · 1:30 - 3:30pm PDT


Online event


$100 registration plus $8.55 EventBrite fees = $108.55.


Register through EventBrite using this link –

About this training

Are you a preventionist looking to expand your knowledge on opioids or to get current on the ever-changing opioids landscape? Do you need Pharmacology for Prevention hours for your Certified Prevention Professional application? This event is perfect for you! Learn about the latest trends, prevention and harm reduction strategies, and resources available. Don't miss out on this valuable opportunity to enhance your expertise in the field. Register now to secure your spot! Following registration, you will be sent the link to participate in the webinar, a list of recommended pre-reading, a syllabus for the training, and an optional post-webinar activity.

Topics covered in training

Cultural contexts of opioid use / Data regarding current incidence and prevalence of use / Public health impacts of use / Detailed pharmacological information about specific opioids / Information regarding overdose and overdose prevention / Prevention and harm reduction approaches / Online resources.


Steven Freng, Psy.D., MSW;   CEO, Community Network Services.

Date and Time: 
June 27, 2024 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm