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Webinar | American-Indian/Alaska Native communities: Trauma-Responsive Approaches to Support Substance Use Prevention, Treatment & Recovery
May 5 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
The Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network, and the Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) Network are facilitating a FREE, national online discussion and resource sharing opportunity for the substance use (SU) prevention, treatment, and recovery workforces focused on emerging issues around social determinants of health (SDH) and COVID-19.
- Tuesday, May 5: 2-3 pm ET: Strategic Discussion 3: American-Indian/Alaska Native communities: Trauma-Responsive Approaches to Support the Communities. Password: 721216
- Thursday, May 7: 2-3 pm ET: Strategic Discussion 4: Asian-American communities and Addressing Stigma. Password: 946684
- Tuesday, May 12: 2-3 pm ET: Strategic Discussion 5: Wrap-up Session Racial equity and health disparities in the age of COVID-19: What new strategies are needed. Password: 100817
The series will feature:
- Live, 90-minute Listening Session via Zoom video conferencing to frame emerging issues and use discussion as a tool to empower the SU prevention, treatment, and recovery workforces to identify strategies and emerging best practices.
- Live 45-60-minute strategic discussions twice a week focused on data and strategies to address the emerging issues of specific population groups.
- Each Listening Session will include at least 45 minutes of structured conversation and information exchange and share key resources and lessons learned.
- Each Strategic Discussion will engage people actively addressing issues of SDH in the field, along with a panel of experienced providers and others addressing SDH.
- Key themes and resources will be collected from each session to support the work of the SU prevention, treatment and recovery workforces.
- Training tools, checklists, and other relevant resources
Who Should Attend?
All substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery workforce professionals.