Two-Part Primer: Foundations in Prevention: Opportunities for Building Individual and Community Resilience


The first hour will introduce prevention approaches for building resilience with individuals and across communities.  In addition to the typical roles for clinicians in building support for recovery, participants learn strategies for strengthening inclusive communities that foster a sense of belonging for everyone. 

The second hour will address how to leverage relationships between clinicians, the women they serve, and their children.  This overview will introduce the current evidence for healthy families through a developmental lens. Taking this perspective allows clinicians to be more deliberate in fostering understanding, building strength, and increasing resilience.

Chuck KlevgaardCo-sponsored by Wayside Recovery Center.

Trainer: Chuck Klevgaard delivers training and technical assistance to support substance misuse prevention throughout the Midwest. Klevgaard has supported communities and health agencies as they adopt evidence-based alcohol, opioid, and other substance misuse programs or policies. Klevgaard also serves as a prevention manager to the Great Lakes Prevention Technology Transfer Center.

This is a closed event.

However, you can learn more about our upcoming training and technical events on the Great Lakes PTTC website under Upcoming Events. If no upcoming events are taking place near you, please contact your nearest state project manager to inquire about future training opportunities in your region.

Starts: Apr. 7, 2020 9:00 am
Ends: Apr. 7, 2020 11:30 am
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