Training and Events Calendar

Upcoming Events
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Mar

14

Behavioral Health Services for Criminal Justice-Involved Populations Part 3: Serving Children of…

SERIES DESCRIPTION Criminal justice-involved populations are particularly susceptible to substance

Mar

15

Coming into the Light: Breaking the Stigma of Substance Use Disorders (New England Region 1)

The New England ATTC in partnership with the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addictions

Mar

15

The Other Gender: Using a Trauma Informed Framework for Working with Men in Addiction Treatment…

In partnership with CODAC Behavioral Healthcare, the New England ATTC is providing a training on 3

Mar

15

Care & Share for Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery

This is an expanded version of the popular TOR Care & Share sessions that began in early 2020, now

Mar

15

California Statewide HIV& AGING Educational Initiative

California Statewide HIV& AGING Educational Initiative MISSION: To build capacity to implement

Mar

17

On-the-Spot: ASAM Integration and Application – Am I doing this right?

Need assistance applying and/or integrating the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)

Mar

17

On-the-Spot: Virtual Recovery Services

The uptake in the use of telehealth for SUD treatment and recovery services since the start of the

Mar

20

Indigenizing Peer Support In Indian Country - Part 1

Please join us for this 120-minute Behavioral Health two part webinar series. Jim Wikel PWS, CRM II/

Mar

21

Addressing Youth and Adult Vaping Part 1: The Extent and Risks of Vaping

OVERALL DESCRIPTION The increasing use of electronic vaporizing devices (i.e. “vaping”), especially

Mar

23

Social Inequalities and Injustices that Impact Our Work (New England Region 1)

The New England ATTC, in partnership with The Substance Use and Mental Health Leadership Council of

Mar

23

Addressing Youth and Adult Vaping Part 2: Recommendations and Strategies for Addressing Vaping

OVERALL DESCRIPTION The increasing use of electronic vaporizing devices (i.e. “vaping”), especially

Mar

24

De-escalation, Management of Aggressive Behavior, and Patient Engagement Strategies- A Trauma…

The New England ATTC in partnership with the Community Care Alliance of RI is providing targeted

Past Events
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Dec

16

On-the-Spot: ASAM Integration and Application – Am I doing this right?

Need assistance applying and/or integrating the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)

Dec

16

New Course! What's So Wrong about the Righting Reflex? (Videoconference via Zoom, 12/16/22)

An ATTC learning-community-conversation focused on 'help' that is helpful and 'help' that is not

Dec

16

Addiction 101 series- MAT and Benzodiazepines (Spanish language webinar in Puerto Rico)

The goals of this webinar are: To gain an understanding of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment

Dec

15

Part 2: "What's Peers Got to Do With It?"

SERIES DESCRIPTION Organizations and health care systems rely more on peers to help facilitate

Dec

15

DeMystifying Harm Reduction

Description Harm reduction has become a more prominent intervention of discussion in substance use

Dec

15

New Course! Core Principles of Addiction Counselor Ethics (Videoconference via Zoom, 12/15/22)

The unique factors of client situations and perspectives are addressed through patient-centered care

Dec

14

Beyond Clean Needles: How Peers Talk About Harm Reduction (webinar)

It's one thing to believe in harm reduction but how do we actually have those conversations with

Dec

14

The Impact of Fentanyl on Opioid Addiction and Its Treatment: A Few Observations

Description Fentanyl has presented an ongoing crisis for the United States. This webinar will cover

Dec

14

Building a ‘Virtual Presence’ Through Effective Engagement Strategies

Typically for in-person service delivery, both clinicians and peer support specialists must possess

Dec

14

Basic Motivational Interviewing (New England Region 1)

The New England ATTC, in partnership with the Community Care Alliance of Rhode Island is providing

Dec

14

Cultural Humility and Responsiveness in Behavioral Health Care (Closed Event)

This is a closed event for staff at CPC Behavioral Healthcare. The National Alliance on Mental

Dec

13

Part 1: "What's Peers Got to Do With It?"

SERIES DESCRIPTION Organizations and health care systems rely more on peers to help facilitate

 

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