TRAUMA INFORMED WEBINARS

https://naaweb.org/trauma-informed-practices-conversations PT. 1 | Thursday, 11/19/20 1 PM – 2 PM ET “What You Need to Know About Trauma Informed Practices: A Conversation with Dr. Jamie Freeny” PT. 2 | Tuesday, 12/1/20 1 – 2:30 PM ET “Trauma Informed Practices 101” PT. 3 | Wednesday, 12/2/20 1 – 2:30 PM ET “Trauma Informed Practices 102”

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Webinar: Intersection Between Substance Misuse Prevention and Recovery Approaches

Friendly reminder:  Don’t miss out on the upcoming webinar “Intersection Between Substance Misuse Prevention and Recovery Approaches”Sponsored by the Virginia Dept. of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services Office of Behavioral Health and Wellness.   The webinar will be available Thurs., Nov. 19th * 9a – 12noon & Fri., Nov. 20th * 9a – 12noon.  Registration is…

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Webinar: The Intersection Between Substance Misuse

The Intersection Between Substance MisusePrevention and Recovery Approaches Developed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’sCenter for the Application of Prevention Technologies (SAMHSA’s CAPT),Virginia was chosen to pilot the Intersection between Substance Misuse Preventionand Recovery Approaches curriculum in 2017. In order to provide the curriculum,statewide, and ensure its sustainability, SAMSHA named the Virginia…

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Register for Upcoming OBHW Training on F.A.I.R Conversation, Engagement, and Results

F.A.I.R. Group Conversations, Engagement and Results Sponsored by the Office of Behavioral Health Wellness October 26, 2020, 9:00 – 3:30   This training will provide an overview and opportunities to practice a 4-part F.A.I.R process for planning, structuring and holding successful and engaging in-person and online conversations with 2-40+ individuals. Inclusive and respectful conversations that follow…

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988

We did it! Yesterday, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed the bipartisan S. 2661, the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act. This bill is an important step to making 9-8-8, a nationwide three-digit dialing code for mental health crises and suicide prevention, operational. It passed the Senate earlier this year and will now go to…

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