Training and Events Calendar


 

Upcoming Events
Dec

05

Naloxone Training: Learn How to Respond to an Overdose Emergency - December 5, 2019

Naloxone Training: Learn How to Respond to an Overdose Emergency On April 5,2018,U.S. Surgeon

Dec

09

Webinar: PTTC Marijuana Prevention Education Toolkit Launch & Listening Session

Registration Open Now! Presented by: Scott M. Gagnon, MPP, PS-C, Director, New England PTTC The New

Dec

10

Marijuana in Maine

This event on marijuana will include the latest updates on marijuana policy, rules, and regulation

Dec

11

Webinar Wednesday: Developing Coalition Action Plans

Civil Operator James Hummel will share his Missouri National Guard Counterdrug expertise with

Dec

12

Selecting and Implementing Evidence-based Practices to Address Substance Misuse Among Young Adults…

Young adults are an important population for substance use prevention efforts. This webinar will

Dec

12

Live Webinar: Regional Methamphetamine Use: What Prevention Practitioners Need to Know

Webinar Overview While there has been recent attention given to the opioid epidemic, many prevention

Dec

12

Prevention in Action Series: Vaping in Middle Schools: What Students Know, Experience, and Believe

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!!! The New England PTTC announces the next installment in the Prevention in

Dec

12

Drug Endangered Children: December Peer Sharing Call

Please join us for our quarterly drug endangered children's peer sharing call. We will be joined by

Dec

12

What Do you Get When you Combine an Epidemiologist and an Evaluator? A Study in Duality

Epidemiologists and evaluators provide a foundation for prevention programming by collecting,

Dec

17

Building the Prevention Workforce Skill-Base (Webinar Series) Part 2 of 6: How to Conduct a Needs…

Date: December 17, 2019 Format: Webinar Contact Hours: 1 NAADAC Time: 1 PM—2 PM ET Cost: FREE Event

Jan

15

Masters Series: Cross-Cultural Leadership Theory, Motivational Interviewing

This training will provide participants with an overview of Cross-Cultural Leadership Principles:

Jan

16

Masters Series: NIATx Change Leader Academy

During the NIATx Change Leader Academy , you will define a cultural change project that will get you

Ongoing Events
Past Events
Oct

30

What is a Warrior? Traditional Roles of Men

Oct

30

Higher Education Topical Workgroup meeting

The second meeting of the Higher Education Topical Workgroup. This is a closed event. You can learn

Oct

29

Engaging the Faith Community in Substance Use Prevention Part 1

Faith institutions have the potential to touch a broader range of the community than other sectors

Oct

29

Native American Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training

DESCRIPTION: The goal is to train Native American and Alaska Native substance abuse prevention

Oct

24

The Role of Prevention in Addressing Opioid Misuse: A Multi-Channel Effort

Stopping opioid misuse requires a multi-channel effort and collaborating with new partners. This

Oct

24

Prevention in Action Webinar Series: Expanding and Improving Access to Safe Drug Disposal Options…

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!!! The New England PTTC announces the next installment in the Prevention in

Oct

24

Getting to Know Your Technology Transfer Center

Join Chuck Klevgaard and David Clossen to learn more about the Great Lakes and Mid America

Oct

24

Getting to Know Your Technology Transfer Center

Join Chuck Klevgaard and David Closson to learn more about the Great Lakes and Mid America

Oct

24

2019 Minnesota Prevention Program Sharing Conference

The Annual Minnesota Prevention Program Sharing conference provides learning, networking and skill

Oct

17

The opioid epidemic and drug checking: putting tools in the hands of experts

Date: October 17, 2019 Format: Webinar Contact Hours: 1 NAADAC Time: 1 PM—2 PM ET Cost: FREE Event

Oct

11

Operation Snowball, Inc. Adult Leaders' Conference

The Great Lakes PTTC and Illinois Association for Behavioral Health are sponsoring this one-day

Oct

10

Naloxone Training: Learn How to Respond to an Overdose - October 10, 2019

On April 5,2018,U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams released a public health advisory urging