Recovery of Adolescents With SUD Disorders

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This webinar will focus on epidemiology of adolescent substance use before and after the COVID epidemic, and the opportunities for prevention, recovery, and increasing access to treatment. Participants can expect to receive a summary overview of research, discuss the SAMHSA principles of adolescent substance use and recovery, learn about both the benefits from treatment and […]

The Fundamentals of Understanding and Using Data in Prevention Part 3: DIY Data for Prevention Professionals

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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 […]

Planning for the Future: Ensuring Sustainability for Drug Treatment Courts

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Ensuring long-term sustainability for drug treatment courts requires careful planning of strategies that encompass data collection, messaging, and partnership building. In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, drug treatment courts have an opportunity to reexamine the focus of their programs on high-risk/high-need individuals in their communities who are in need of intensive programming, such as […]

Peer Specialist and Family Partner Networking

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The South Southwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC), invites Region 6 Peer Specialists and Family Partners to participate in our monthly networking meetings. These no-cost, virtual meetings offer you the opportunity to collaborate with other Peer Specialists and Family Partners in a supportive, mentoring environment. The goal is to provide a space for resource […]

Integrating Social Determinants of Mental Health into Clinical Practice

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As mental health care providers work to address the needs of individuals in their day-to-day work, it can be difficult to treat mental health challenges without also treating the underlying contributors to those challenges. The Social Determinants of Mental Health (SDOMH) are the non-medical societal factors that influence the mental health outcomes of patients, peers, […]

Implicit Bias: Advanced Workshop Series (Session 1)

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Implicit bias is insidious in nature; we all have them. Many of these biases are formed through inaccurate information, such as stereotypes, the patterns established by oppressive systems, and even by internalized oppression. Since implicit biases operate outside our conscious control, they can be harmful yet unrecognized barriers to collective liberation and to our individual wellbeing. This interactive […]

How Being Trauma Informed Improves Criminal Justice Responses

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Research data indicate higher rates of trauma among justice-involved persons than the general population. The effects of traumatic experiences can challenge a person’s capacity for recovery and pose significant barriers to accessing services, often resulting in an increased risk of coming into contact with the criminal justice system. This interactive training instructs on what trauma […]

The Fundamentals of Understanding and Using Data in Prevention Part 4: Practicing Your Data Skills Learning Lab

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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 […]

Implicit Bias: Advanced Workshop Series (Session 2)

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Implicit bias is insidious in nature; we all have them. Many of these biases are formed through inaccurate information, such as stereotypes, the patterns established by oppressive systems, and even by internalized oppression. Since implicit biases operate outside our conscious control, they can be harmful yet unrecognized barriers to collective liberation and to our individual wellbeing. This interactive […]

Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: BJA FY 2024 Adult Treatment Court Program Webinar

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This 75-minute webinar hosted by the Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI) and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) will provide an overview of the FY24 Adult Treatment Court Program solicitation. Presenters will provide an overview of the three possible application categories, solicitation goals, and proposal requirements.

Deadline: Become an All Rise Mentor Court

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 […]

Do’s and Don’ts: Free Grant-Writing Webinar for FY24 BJA Solicitations

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On Wednesday, March 13, All Rise and the National Treatment Court Resource Center (NTCRC) will co-host a webinar on how to prepare a competitive grant proposal narrative and budget for the FY24 Adult Treatment Court Discretionary Grant Program solicitations. This free webinar will discuss new proposal requirements as well as creative proposal ideas such as […]

Tribal Law and Policy Institute BJA FY 2024 Adult Treatment Court Program Q&A Session

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This 45-minute question and answer session, hosted by the Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI), is an opportunity for tribal treatment court programs preparing to submit a FY24 Adult Treatment Court Program grant application to have their questions answered by TLPI Wellness Court Specialists and BJA Policy Advisors. This year’s grant cycle continues a two-step […]

Trauma-Informed Care: Concepts and Application

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Description: Data sources estimate that between 25 to 75% of people who survive different forms of abuse and/or a violent trauma develop issues related to substance use. Despite the prevalence of trauma, it often goes undetected particularly in people already dealing with life challenges and at high risk of substance use, misuse, and mental health problems. This interactive training […]

2024 National Conference on Juvenile Justice

Join the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) in Cleveland for our 2024 National Conference on Juvenile Justice, March 17-20, 2024, at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown. The conference will feature amazing presentations on current and cutting edge topics that will inspire you, broaden your knowledge, and provoke discussions about issues facing the juvenile and family court […]

Identifying and Addressing Substance Use Trends in the United States and the Central East Region Part 1: Updates on Key Substance Use Trends

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The substance use landscape regularly experiences changes in the demand and supply of substances, the relative importance of various risk and protective factors, and the impacts of the social determinants of health. Prevention professionals should be able to identify and understand these changes so that they can adjust service delivery as needed. Relative changes in […]

BJA FY24 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) Solicitation Webinar

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The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) provides funding to programs that support cross-system collaboration to improve public safety responses and outcomes for individuals with mental health disorders or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. For the purposes of the FY24 JMHCP solicitation, the program will focus on pretrial, prosecution, […]

BJA FY2024 Adult Treatment Court (ATC) Solicitation Webinar

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The NTCRC and BJA will hold a solicitation webinar on February 22, 2024, at 2:30 p.m. ET. This presentation will provide a detailed overview of the solicitation and allow an opportunity for interested applicants to ask questions. To use the time most efficiently, BJA encourages participants to review the solicitation and submit any questions they […]

Identifying and Addressing Substance Use Trends in the United States and the Central East Region Part 2: The Latest Emerging Substances of Concern

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The substance use landscape regularly experiences changes in the demand and supply of substances, the relative importance of various risk and protective factors, and the impacts of the social determinants of health. Prevention professionals should be able to identify and understand these changes so that they can adjust service delivery as needed. Relative changes in […]

Opioids, Fentanyl, and Xylazine: What are they and what do prevention professionals need to know and do to prevent overdose?

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The opioid misuse epidemic continues to affect youth and families throughout the Pacific Northwest region. As prevention practitioners, it is important to stay up to date on the latest research-based information related to this critical public health problem. The goal of this session is to provide prevention professionals with knowledge about opioids, fentanyl, and xylazine, […]

Identifying and Addressing Substance Use Trends in the United States and the Central East Region Part 3: How to Determine Priorities and Develop a Public Health Response to Emerging Trends

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The substance use landscape regularly experiences changes in the demand and supply of substances, the relative importance of various risk and protective factors, and the impacts of the social determinants of health. Prevention professionals should be able to identify and understand these changes so that they can adjust service delivery as needed. Relative changes in […]

Stimulants 101: The 6-Hour Curriculum (Spring 2024)

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This 6-hour stimulant training developed by the ATTC Network will provide an overview of the impact of stimulant drugs and current treatment options. The training will include information on the effects of stimulants on the brain and body and a range of data on national and regional trends related to stimulant use. TRAINING SCHEDULE: Sessions […]

Rural Resilience: Bridging Mental Health Support for Men in the Heartland

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Statistics reveal a concerning trend: a significant number of men who have died by suicide had visited a healthcare provider within 30 days prior to their death. This alarming fact underscores the urgent need for more effective mental health interventions and support systems within rural settings. This session aims to shed light on the critical […]

Elevating Addiction Treatment Skills and Practice through the Neurobiological Advances in Addiction

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This event will explore the the neuroscience of addiction, the impact of policy and historical treatment approaches, and an exploration of the dynamics of stigma and discrimination as primary barriers to addiction care. This webinar will set a base of shared understanding that will facilitate the introduction and implementation of other evidenced based practices in […]

Grant Writing Workshop: Selling Your Juvenile Drug Treatment Court

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Interested in applying for a grant for your juvenile drug treatment court program but not sure where or how to get started? This webinar will provide an overview of the major components of federal solicitations, as well as provide examples of each required section. Tips for strengthening your proposal and common mistakes to avoid will […]

Current Substance Use Trends and Evolving Risks

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For those who grew up associating drugs with natural sources like marijuana plants, poppy fields, and cocoa leaves, it can be tough to keep up with the shift to synthetic drugs made of chemicals some people may not know they’re ingesting. This workshop will help participants understand the current drug landscape, including stimulants (e.g. methamphetamine […]

OJJDP FY24 Family Treatment Court Program Solicitation Webinar

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The OJJDP FY24 Family Treatment Court Program seeks to build the capacity of states, state and local courts, units of local government, and federally recognized tribal governments to sustain existing family treatment courts or establish new family treatment courts. Family treatment courts serve parents who require treatment for a substance use disorder (SUD) and who are involved […]

Establishing Family and Community Partnerships

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Session Objectives: Understand the importance of family and community engagement within a CSMH system. Consider family and community engagement through a culturally sensitive, trauma-informed lens. Be able to discuss implementation steps to creating effective School-Family-Community partnerships to support student mental health.

Motivation in Mental Health Recovery

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This 2-hour webinar will focus on enhancing participants’ ability to improve an individual's motivation and engagement in treatment. Participants will learn ways to empower their clients to change by drawing out their meaning, importance, and capacity for change. The hope is that through these methods, participants will gain tools and knowledge to help motivate their […]