Webinars and Online Trainings
Act 60 (S.9), which came into effect July 1, 2015, made some changes to mandated reporting procedures, child abuse definitions, and information sharing. View these changes by visiting this link. For the online training, please click the icon on the right hand side of the page.
ParentUp resources increase parents’ awareness that all teens are at risk for substance abuse, and parents are the #1 influence on their decision to not drink alcohol or do drugs. This webinar reviews an updated collection of tools designed to help you share the ParentUp message in your area. View webinar, here.
PDF of ParentUp Webinar slides is available here.
This webinar presented by Dr. Amy Lukowski, Clinical Director at National Jewish Health, provides the essentials of smoking cessation for patients who use tobacco. She discusses how smoking impacts patients’ health and reviews the treatment options for smoking cessation, including pharmacotherapy, best practices, and brief motivational counseling options. The Vermont Department of Health and National Jewish Health are pleased to offer this educational activity for health care providers throughout Vermont. CME and CNE Credits Available. View webinar, here.
The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation offers a variety of online learning opportunities on the topics of substance use disorders, alcohol and drug prevention, violence prevention, behavioral health issues, and more. View upcoming webinars, here.
IRETA helps people respond effectively to substance use and related problems. They: Educate, Evaluate and Guide. They feature webinars on:
- Specific Populations
- Other Evidence-Based Practices
- General Addiction and Addiction Treatment
- Medication-Assisted Treatment
The Health and Human Services Office of Health Reform was pleased to partner with SAMHSA on a webinar to discuss the progress SAMHSA has made to improve the health care system and cutting edge reforms they expect will continue to propel them forward.
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