Equity and Inclusion Series Webinar III: “Cultural Elements and Hispanic, Latino/a/e Communities”

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Hispanic/Latino/a/e sub-populations in the US are very diverse and continue to grow. In this session, participants will learn about the cultural elements shared across many Hispanic/Latino/a/e individuals and how they can/should be incorporated into care. We will also share proven strategies and techniques for working effectively with these communities. Learning Objectives: 1. Describe the changing […]

An Integrated Care Approach to Primary Care Behavioral Health: Part 1

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This session will discuss the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model for addressing behavioral health concerns in a primary care setting. PCBH is an integrated care model that is team-based and focused on population health. Participants will learn about gaining agency buy-in, creating space for workflow, developing a collaborative, team-based approach to behavioral health, and […]

Grant Writing Series 2024 – From Basics to Application, Session 1: Introduction to Grant Writing

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In this session, participants will learn introductory elements of grant writing. This session will introduce participants to grant terminology, where to find grant opportunities, and how to read grant announcements. PART 1 LEARNING OBJECTIVES Review commonly used grant terminology Discuss how and where to find grant opportunities appropriate for your organization Explore next steps when […]

Best Substance Use Disorder Practices for Case Managers

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This is the rescheduled date for the event being postponed on 11/15. If you have already registered, it is not necessary for you to register again. Those who originally registered for 11/15 will be receiving an email.    Description The webinar is to support the education and skill development for professionals who work with people […]

The Importance of Having Specialized Juvenile Prosecutors

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This webinar, hosted by the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA), will outline the importance of having specialized juvenile prosecutors and bureaus/units, given the critical role that juvenile prosecutors play in youth rehabilitation, delinquency, and crime prevention, the development of school and community partnerships, and community safety. This course will outline areas of expertise that juvenile […]

An Integrated Care Approach to Primary Care Behavioral Health: Part 2

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In this continuation from session one, participants will become familiar with the clinical aspects of PCBH work. This will include screening for behavioral health concerns, learning how to conduct brief visits with targeted interventions, documentation, collaborative care work with consulting psychiatrists, the use of SBIRT, and other strategies.

Integrating a Trauma-Informed Approach in Rural Behavioral Health Setting

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Over the past 20 years, a growing understanding of the pervasive and harmful impact of traumatic events on individuals, families and communities has led to the emergence of research on the effects of trauma and treatment strategies to address mental health. According to SAMSHA, trauma is a widespread, harmful, and costly public health problem, occurring […]

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy in Substance Use Disorder Treatment

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a proven approach for treating substance use disorders (SUD). This training is designed to provide a detailed overview of the ways in which DBT enhances SUD treatment by providing tools for mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. DBT goes beyond traditional approaches, promoting self-acceptance, tackling co-occurring mental health […]

Exploring the Frontier: Virtual Reality as a Tool in Treating Substance Use Disorders

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Virtual reality (VR) is an immersive technology that creates a simulated experience. Unlike traditional media, such as television or computer screens, VR offers a three-dimensional (3D) experience. One of the remarkable aspects of VR is Social VR, which allows individuals to interact with each other in 3D virtual spaces in real-time. This interaction is facilitated […]

North Carolina’s Continuum of Community-Based Programs for Youth

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This webinar, hosted by the National District Attorneys’ Association (NDAA), will educate prosecutors about North Carolina’s juvenile justice system from complaint to petition to disposition. It will cover how the state uses a risk assessment instrument (YASI adopted Jan. 1, 2021), how it allocates funding to community-based programs, and how it has implemented evidence-based practices, […]

Unraveling Connections: Social Determinants of Health and Substance Misuse Prevention

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This workshop will explore the intricate web of social determinants of health and their profound impact on substance misuse. Designed for prevention professionals, this session will unravel the complex connections between social determinants and substance misuse while providing actionable strategies for addressing these issues at the community level.

Ready for Reentry: Forensic Peer Mentor Services Model in Action

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In the final session of our 'Ready for Re-entry' series, we will discuss the practical application of the Forensic Peer Mentor service delivery model is explored and discussed by active FPM, their leadership and their community stakeholders. Learning Objectives: By the end of this program participants will be able to 1) Identify the roles a […]

Stigma and Bias in Behavioral Health

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Racial and use bias has been demonstrated in the research related to Behavioral Health and Medically Assisted Therapy. The conclusion that has been drawn is that even well-meaning providers and staff hold biases that impact how and to whom they offer care and medicinal support for Substance Use Disorder (SUD). This lecture explores this research […]

Medicaid Coverage of Medications to Reverse Opioid Overdose and Treat Alcohol and Opioid Use Disorders

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Medications that treat alcohol use disorder (AUD) and opioid use disorder (OUD), as well as medications that reverse opioid overdose, are an essential component of evidence-based substance use disorder treatment. This webinar will discuss recent policies and regulations that improve access to these medications, state Medicaid coverage of medications, as well as promising innovative efforts […]

Introductory/Refresher Virtual YSBIRT Training

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National Council for Mental Wellbeing is pleased to offer a virtual opportunity for training in YSBIRT! If you are an administrator or clinician who is new to YSBIRT or looking for a refresher, this three-hour training is just for you. Participants will learn: How YSBIRT fits in the context of health and providing whole-person, integrated […]

Introductory/Refresher Virtual SBIRT Training

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The National Council for Mental Wellbeing is pleased to offer a virtual opportunity for training in SBIRT! If you are an administrator or clinician who is new to SBIRT or looking for a refresher, this three-hour training is just for you. Participants will learn: How SBIRT fits in the context of health and providing whole-person, […]

Black History Month Panel Presentation: Featuring 2024 Hall of Fame Award Recipients, Museum of African American Addictions, Treatment, and Recovery

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In this virtual panel presentation, the 2024 Hall of Fame Award Recipients from the Museum of African American Addictions, Treatment, and Recovery will participate in a panel presentation discussing the importance of providing culturally-responsive care and ways practitioners can be more effective when working with African American clients. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: By the end of this presentation, you will be […]

Addressing the Recovery Support Needs of Persons with IDD

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The purpose of this presentation is to help Mental Health and Substance Use providers as well as the Recovery Community at large better understand the potential support needs of people with IDD with or without co-occurring Mental Health and/or Substance Use Challenges that they interact with either socially, academically, and/or professionally by providing examples of […]

Solicitation Webinar: Grants to Expand Substance Use Disorder Treatment Capacity in Adult and Family Treatment Drug Courts.

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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is announcing a webinar and conference call for prospective applicants interested in applying for fiscal year 2024 Grants to Expand Substance Abuse Treatment Capacity in Adult and Family Treatment Drug Courts (Short Title: SAMHSA Treatment Drug Courts), Notice of Funding Opportunity Announcement No. TI-24-004. The webinar […]

BJA Funding Opportunities for Your Community in 2024: Behavioral Health

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This webinar will provide prospective applicants with information on planned fiscal year (FY) 2024 Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) funding opportunities that address behavioral health. During the webinar, the presenters will highlight the primary behavioral initiatives BJA plans to fund in FY 2024 and provide information about eligibility requirements and estimated funding amounts. Application resources […]

Justice for Vets Mentor Court Network 2025-2027 Cohort Orientation Webinar

All Rise is seeking exemplary adult drug courts and veterans treatment courts to join our national network of mentor courts for the 2025-2027 term. If you think your program exhibits the best qualities of the treatment court model, we encourage you to apply! The application deadline for both court types is Tuesday, March 12, 2024. Join […]

BJA Funding Opportunities for Your Community in 2024: Community-Based Organizations

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This webinar will provide prospective applicants with information on planned fiscal year (FY) 2024 funding opportunities from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) that are available to community-based organizations. During the webinar, the presenters will highlight the primary initiatives BJA plans to fund in FY 2024 and provide information about eligibility requirements and estimated funding […]

Key Strategies to Evaluate Your Family Treatment Court

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This virtual event will present the benefits of performance monitoring and evaluating your family treatment court. The speakers will describe the importance of monitoring and evaluation, the key data elements and information you need to collect, and strategies to implement or enhance existing data collection strategies. Participants will gain knowledge about how to use data […]

The Ethics of Authentic Connections and Healing Boundaries

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For many of us, Ethics and Boundaries have been taught, or interpreted, as walls of disconnection between providers and those they serve. However, we know that authentic connections and unconditional positive regard are both Trauma Informed and powerful offerings to people struggling with Substance Use Disorder. This training explores the intersection of ethical practice with authentic […]

Adult Treatment Court Mentor Court Network 2025-2027 Cohort Orientation Webinar

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All Rise is seeking exemplary adult drug courts and veterans treatment courts to join our national network of mentor courts for the 2025-2027 term. If you think your program exhibits the best qualities of the treatment court model, we encourage you to apply! The application deadline for both court types is Tuesday, March 12, 2024. Join […]

Perceptions of Substance Use and Older Adults

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Description: Stigma of substance use can impede appropriate and preventive care that is critical for older adults and their wellness. Biased perceptions of substance use can often dismiss health related impacts of substance use and impede prevention efforts with the aging community. The webinar will explore how stigma of substance use with older adults underscores the […]

The Fundamentals of Understanding and Using Data in Prevention Part 1: What Is Data and Why We Use It

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Decades of research underscores the importance of strategically using data to guide substance use prevention efforts. Data is used in many ways, such as identifying risk and protective factors and current substance use trends, understanding the personal and societal consequences of use, assessing the impact of policy decisions on use, and informing prevention professionals about […]