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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

22

Take Your Break With Us - Virtual Series: Create Awesome Webinars! - Part 2

Today's Topic Create Awesome Webinars! – Part 2 Friday, May 22, 2020 9:00 am - 9:30 am Pacific Time

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

May

21

New England PTTC ECHO: Reducing Vaping Across New England by Building Prevention Competency &…

Program Description: There is an alarming rise in the number of American teens and adults who are

May

21

Engaging Prevention in a Virtual Environment (Regional Session 1)

Part 1 of a two-part webinar series This 90-minute webinar will provide Region 5 prevention

May

20

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

20

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

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

May

20

A Prevention Approach to Working with the Social Determinants of Health (Part 2)

Date: May 20, 2020 Format: Webinar Contact Hours: 1 NAADAC Time: 1 PM—2 PM ET Cost: FREE Event Flyer

May

20

New England Marijuana Prevention Peer-Sharing Call

Facilitated by: Scott M. Gagnon, MPP, PS-C, New England PTTC Director This session is an inaugural

May

20

Webinar: Keeping Kids Safe in Schools - Associations between School Safety and Behavioral Health

Co-Hosted By: Southeast Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network Presented By: Patti