Training and Events Calendar


 

Upcoming Events
Jun

01

Take Your Break With Us - Virtual Series: How to Create Training People Love to Attend – and Learn!…

Today's Topic How to Create Training People Love to Attend – and Learn! – Part 1 Monday, June 1,

Jun

01

Registration is Open - Virtual 2020 New England School of Addiction and Prevention Studies - 51st…

The New England PTTC is proud to partner with the New England ATTC in co-sponsoring the 51st New

Jun

02

EPLS: Prevention Basics

IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS SERIES HAS A PREREQUISITE In order to register, you must complete the free

Jun

03

EPLS: Leveraging Systems Change For Substance Misuse Prevention

Enhanced Prevention Learning Series (EPLS): Leveraging Systems Change For Substance Misuse

Jun

03

Webinar: Leading From the Head and the Heart - The Pyramid of Success

Presented by: David Anderson, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Education and Human Development at George

Jun

03

Shifting the Attitudes of Law Enforcement in Addressing the Opioid Epidemic

Date: June 3, 2020 Format: Webinar Contact Hours: 1 NAADAC Time: 1 PM—2 PM ET Cost: FREE Event Flyer

Jun

04

Webinar: Demystifying Data: Gathering and Using Local Risk and Protective Factor Data for…

2-Part Webinar Series Demystifying Data: Gathering and Using Local Risk and Protective Factor Data

Jun

05

Take Your Break With Us - Virtual Series: How to Create Training People Love to Attend – and Learn!…

Today's Topic How to Create Training People Love to Attend – and Learn! – Part 2 Friday, June 5,

Jun

05

Connecting Prevention Specialists to Native Communities During Times of Crisis: Listening Sessions

The National American Indian & Alaska Native PTTC will be holding virtual sessions to support our

Jun

08

Take Your Break With Us - Virtual Series: Bringing Your Work Online - Part 1

Today's Topic Bringing Your Work Online – Part 1 Monday, June 8, 2020 9:00 am - 9:30 am Pacific Time

Jun

10

Webinar - Working with Parks and Recreation Departments to Prevent Youth Substance Use

This webinar has reached capacity. To be added to the waitlist, please click the "Register" button

Jun

11

Clinical Depression and COVID-19: Expanding on Mental Health Promotion

Mental health professionals are bracing for what may be an epidemic of clinical depression related

Ongoing Events
Oct

01

Intro to 508 Compliance: Understanding the Importance of Accessibility in Prevention

In this 1-hour webinar, Carlos Morales will discuss Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Oct

01

Introduction to Substance Abuse Prevention: Understanding the Basics

This course provides a useful context for professionals new to substance abuse prevention and mental

Oct

01

Today’s Marijuana: Stronger, More Edibles, Confusing Information about Driving

Dr. Karen Simone, Director of the Northern New England Poison Center, will provide an overview of

Oct

01

Informing Prevention: The Effective Use of Epidemiological Data

This 1-hour self-paced webinar, Informing Prevention: The Effective Use of Epidemiological Data

Oct

01

Early Childhood Development: Toxic Stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences

Those working with young children have long known the importance of early experiences and

Past Events
May

29

Connecting Prevention Specialists to Native Communities During Times of Crisis: Listening Sessions

The National American Indian & Alaska Native PTTC will be holding virtual sessions to support our

May

28

Engaging Prevention in a Virtual Environment (Regional Session 2)

Part two of a two-part webinar series This 90-minute webinar will provide Region 5 prevention

May

28

Webinar - Motivational Interviewing for Marijuana Use Prevention

The webinar is full. If you have any questions, please contact the planner directly. Presented by

May

27

Small Changes, Big Results: Compassionate Responses to Family Addiction - A four-part series

In this interactive workshop, we'll help you understand what these changes look like and work with

May

27

Webinar: Why Use Evidence and Where to Find It: Blueprints for Healthy Youth

Webinar: Why Use Evidence and Where to Find It: Blueprints for Healthy Youth DESCRIPTION Many

May

27

Motivational Interviewing: African American Males

Date: May 27, 2020 Format: Webinar Contact Hours: 1 NAADAC Time: 1 PM—2 PM ET Cost: FREE Event Flyer

May

26

Be a Champion for Prevention: Marijuana Policy in the Time of COVID-19

Champion for Prevention Series Be a Champion for Prevention: Marijuana Policy in the Time of COVID

May

26

Webinar - Prevention in Action: Connecting with youth before, during and after COVID-19

The webinar is full. As part of the Prevention in Action webinar series featuring successful

May

22

Webinar - Cycles of Isolation: Risk Factors of Isolation and Protective Strategies in a Socially…

Join us to discuss the risk factors associated with isolation, how isolation leads to the use of

May

22

Strengthening Data Collection Efforts to Respond to Emerging Prevention Priorities

Communities collect data to detect patterns of substance misuse, understand the various factors that

May

22

Connecting Prevention Specialists to Native Communities During Times of Crisis: Listening Sessions

The National American Indian & Alaska Native PTTC will be holding virtual sessions to support our

May

21

Risk and Protective Factors in the Latinx Community

Risk and protective factors are at the heart of all we do as prevention professionals. In this