Behavioral Health Education Program for American Indian and Alaska Native Providers

Behavioral Health Education Program - Series 2: Fundamentals of Substance Use and Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders

Publication Date: Sep 14, 2022

We invite you to attend the series “Fundamentals of Substance Use and Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders” for those serving Tribal and urban Indian communities.

The series is designed for providers of substance use treatment and prevention services, peer support specialists, and those working in primary care settings, social services, schools, and mental health settings.  

Topics Include:

  • Overview of Models Pertaining to and Prevalence of Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Description of Major Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Treating Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Assessment and Treatment Case Illustrations
  • Reflections Upon Important Co-Occurring Topics - Q&A

Click here to sign up for all five sessions

The Behavioral Health Education Program is supported by the National AI/AN ATTC and National AI/AN PTTC.

For more information, contact:                                   

Monica Dreyer Rossi, Research Manager: [email protected]