Virtual Native American Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) for Tribes in Oklahoma

The goal is to train American Indian and Alaska Native substance abuse prevention practitioners, and those working in American Indian and Alaska Native communities in related disciplines, to develop the knowledge and skills needed to address substance use prevention and provide effective prevention services to their communities using the strategic prevention framework. This training requires completion of an on-demand online portion (5 hours) before attending the four-day live virtual training.


  • This training is free for tribal members and providers working with tribes.
  • There is limited space for 20 participants.
  • For the best training experience, we encourage full participation from participants. We can provide a letter of support to your employer about the training if needed.
  • To participate in breakout sessions, the use of a computer with a webcam is required. We do not recommend using a phone or tablet.
  • Participants will receive a certificate representing the total number of attended training hours. These can be submitted to participants’ local credentialing authority toward prevention certification or re-certification. We are a NAADAC-certified educational provider.
Starts: Apr. 11, 2022 9:00 am
Ends: Apr. 14, 2022 4:00 pm
Event Type
Webinar/Virtual Training
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