Please join us for the Screening, Brief

Intervention, and Referral to Treatment

(SBIRT) for Youth Learning Community

 

 

The goals of the learning community are to

  • Examine the application of SBIRT in various youth settings
  • Create a community of providers, administrators and researchers who share a passion for reducing and/or eliminating substance use in youth populations
  • Share experiences with implementing SBIRT in youth settings

These sessions will be held every two months, and are open to the public.

SBIRT FOR YOUTH LEARNING COMMUNITY
Substance use by adolescents is a significant public health problem and is associated with both acute and long term health problems. The American Academy of Pediatrics and other organizations recommend screening and brief intervention to prevent or reduce substance use as part of routine care for adolescents. This learning community will focus on the process of SBIRT as it is being implemented for youth audiences.

 

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SBIRT for Youth Learning Community

School-Based SBIRT in Morgan County, WV
July 19, 2017 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern

Many communities are interested in implementing Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) in schools. Morgan County, West Virginia, has done it. In this webinar, Hannah Stewart, LGSW will discuss the Morgan County, West Virginia school SBIRT-based program, which was featured in WV Focus as part of a larger initiative to address mental health in schools. Learn about the program's successes and failures, barriers encountered, and how they overcame them. The session will include special emphasis on the importance of data gathering and analysis for the continuing improvement of an SBIRT program.
 

Check back for future online events.

In addition to upcoming live streaming webinars, view our recordings of past speakers.


SBIRT for Youth Learning Community Participant Feedback Form

Fill out the form below!

Thank you for participating in the SBIRT for Youth Learning Community. We are looking to make some changes and improve your experience going into our second year. Please take five minutes to complete this survey to provide us with valuable feedback, suggestions, and improvements. We look forward to your continued participation in our Learning Community in 2016.

Share your Knowledge!!

Interested in being a guest presenter or leading a group discussion? 

This is an opportunity for you to share experiences or plans about SBIRT of your own. You’ll also get the chance to ask questions and get answers from other SBIRT implementers, as well as input from your colleagues! Please complete the SBIRT for Youth Learning Community Participant Feedback Form and indicate your interest!

Click Here to complete the SBIRT for Youth Learning Community Participant Feedback Form