|Date: October 4, 2023||Format: Webinar|
Time: 10:00 AM—12:00 PM EST
ABOUT THE LEARNING SESSION
Building on the Understanding THRIVE (Tool for Health and Resilience in Vulnerable Environments) presentation in July, this session will look more closely at how to put THRIVE into action to develop a comprehensive approach to address community determinants of health. This presentation will build on the concepts of community determinants of health previously addressed and focus on THRIVE as a framework to address community health. Participants who did not participate in Part 1 in July should have some knowledge of community determinants of health prior to the webinar.
Participants will be able to:
- Define the THRIVE Tool and how it can be used to guide actions to strengthen community determinants.
- Articulate the five-step process in the THRIVE Tool.
- Apply the Spectrum of Prevention Levels to develop a comprehensive approach to preventing complex health and safety issues.
Ashley Mack, MPA, OCPC, ICPS
Ashley Mack specializes in project design and evaluation, program management, and behavioral health prevention and early intervention. Ashley has worked in the Public and Nonprofit sectors for over 14 years, with specific expertise in youth-led prevention, coalition building, and building prevention infrastructure within communities. She is currently an Ohio Certified Prevention Consultant and is a certified QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Instructor, PAX Tools Instructor, and Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) Instructor. Ashley graduated from Wright State University with a B.A. in Urban Affairs and Nonprofit Management and a Master’s degree in Public Administration.
Amy Hamilton, MPA, OCPSA
Amy Hamilton has worked in the non-profit and government sectors for over 17 years, with specific expertise in volunteer management, training, curriculum development, program management, and coalition development. Amy is a certified Adult & Youth Mental Health First Aid, QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper, PAX Tools, Trauma Informed Care, and Social Resilience Model instructor and has developed local and state-wide trainings on topics furthering organizational understanding and utilization of diversity, equity, and inclusion theories. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Work with a minor in Gender and Diversity Studies from Xavier University. Amy also graduated magna cum laude from the University of Dayton with a Master’s degree in Public Administration and Certificate in Nonprofit and Community Leadership.
About this webinar: This webinar is hosted by the New England PTTC, a program funded by SAMHSA. This webinar was developed in response to an identified need for additional training on this topic for the prevention workforce. Those who participate fully in this webinar will receive a certificate of participation for 2.0 contact hours. The recording of this webinar will only be available to registered participants for 30 days after the webinar.