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In this four-part monthly workshop series, we will explore how to build resilience into everyday thinking and actions so that important activities will thrive even after the funding has diminished. We approach resiliency from a broad perspective that recognizes the importance of determining what actions are important to maintain to help the communities thrive and identifying strategic actions. Our framework includes four essential pillars: Internal Support, Resource Development, Partnership Development, and Marketing and Outreach. A strong, evidence-based program is the foundation for these pillars.   WORKSHOP 1: BUILDING YOUR CASE FOR SUPPORT. Effective plans and actions are built upon the ability to define, discuss, and present the case for why the work is important and should be supported. Participants will: * Articulate and assess their daily actions to identify the scope and purpose of the work and how that relates to the community. * Identify the need for appropriate data, i.e. tribal need, metrics important to community, impact of activities and actions. * Develop and practice an “elevator speech” describing their work and project. Download the other worksheets for this session: Handout #1: NCBH Appreciative Inquiry Handout #2: Building Your Case Handout #3: Data Gathering  
Published: January 31, 2022
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Slides from the October 14, 2021 session, "Slides for Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs". This webinar's purpose is to introduce resiliency through a sustainable framework, articulate area to consider, and share successes and challenges.
Published: October 14, 2021
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DESCRIPTION The Systems Change Shift: Application to Substance Misuse and Mental Health Disorders Prevention training was presented at the 2021 National Prevention Network conference. The resources from the presentation are available by selecting the DOWNLOAD button above. This information is designed to increase awareness about system change and its application to substance misuse and mental health and to illustrate how substance use and poor mental health outcomes can be changed at the structural, relational, and transformative levels. The conditions of systems change are policies, practices, resource flows, relationships and connections, power dynamics, and mental models.   PRESENTER Dr. Beverly Triana-Tremain has nearly 35 years of public health teaching, research, and consulting experience. Her background and skillset blend theoretical and practical approaches in evaluation, research, and quality improvement processes. She is a fellow in the National Public Health Leadership Institute and in 2006 established Public Health Consulting, LLC, to assist agencies in improving the public health system. She serves as a technical consultant to various local, state, and national private and public organizations in evaluation, research, and quality improvement. She has been the evaluator or quality improvement consultant on grants received from RWJF, CDC, SAMSHA, HRSA for nonprofit, state, and local health departments. She is an epidemiologist with the Southwest Prevention Center at the University of Oklahoma. In this role, she serves Region 6 as Epidemiologist for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) Prevention Training and Technology Transfer Center (PTTC). There she assists states with increasing the use of data in decision making. Her passion is helping organizations slow down and understand the processes that promote authentic and quality strategies to improve the public’s health.  
Published: September 9, 2021
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COURSE DESCRIPTION Preventing Trauma and Its Consequences A Five-Part Webinar Series by the South Southwest PTTC Session 5: Community Trauma and Systemic Intervention Strategies Communities, just like individuals, experience trauma. These events can fracture a community leaving it in a state of flight or freeze or mobilize it into an action phase. This webinar discussed the impact of community traumas such as racism, violence, drug and alcohol tragedies, and socio-political traumas on a community’s stages of readiness to address change. Because participants of this webinar engaged in a dialogue about applying these principles to individual situations and professional practices, the webinar recording is not available. Select the DOWNLOAD button above to download session five PowerPoint and Adverse Community Experiences and Resilience resource.     PRESENTER Sean P. Byrne, MED, MCP, CPS, LPC-S, is the owner/CEO of The Byrne Center, a private counseling practice serving teens and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, and trauma issues and an adjunct instructor at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Sean is a licensed professional counselor, certified prevention specialist, and EMDR therapist who has been engaged in community and individual change for over 25 years.   As the former Executive Director of PreventionWorkz, a regional drug and alcohol prevention center serving northwest Oklahoma, Sean previously served as Executive Director of the United Way of Enid and Northwest Oklahoma, Assistant Director of Youth & Family Services, Coordinator of Training and Development for the University of Oklahoma H.R. Division, and Director of the National Teenline program at the Dept. of Mental Health & Substance Abuse.   Sean has been active in the Enid community since 1998 serving on the Board of Directors for the Booker T. Washington Center, PEGASYS, Cherokee Strip Community Foundation, Child Advocacy Center, and the Metropolitan Human Services Commission.  He is the former Co-Chair for the Partnership for a Drug Free Oklahoma and co-founder and past President of the Oklahoma Prevention Policy Alliance, a legislative advocacy group that helped pass numerous laws surrounding alcohol, tobacco, and drug use.  He currently serves as the Chair for the Garfield County Mental Health Coalition.   Sean has a Masters of Secondary Education with an emphasis in community mobilization, and a Masters of Counseling Psychology from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. He is completing a Masters of Social Work degree from the University of Oklahoma.   
Published: July 27, 2021
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COURSE DESCRIPTION Preventing Trauma and Its Consequences A Five-Part Webinar Series by the South Southwest PTTC Session 4: Implementing Trauma-Informed Care:  The Practicalities May Not Be What You Think They Are This training provided an overview of what implementing Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) involves and steps to incorporate it into your programs and organizations. Because participants of this webinar engaged in a dialogue about applying these principles to individual situations and professional practices, the webinar recording is not available. Select the DOWNLOAD button above to download the session four PowerPoint and SAMHSA's Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach.   PRESENTER Aric Rohner is a visionary and a problem solver deeply involved in trauma since childhood with firsthand experience in what it means to need trauma-informed care (TIC) and not receive it.   He spent 30 years helping companies like Electronic Data Systems, Hewlett Packard, and General Motors develop and implement new organizational processes and information systems. Through this career path, he honed his skills to help organizations adopt change. Despite the fascinating human element involved in helping people accept and adopt change, the singular focus on financial efficiency left him longing for more.     Invigorated by using his business, technical, and coaching skills for a larger purpose, Aric’s deep curiosity about personal and spiritual growth led him to coaching, mentoring, and, eventually, to form the TIC Training Center with Carl Donovan. Aric provides training on TIC to help organizations and groups implement a trauma-Informed paradigm in their personal, professional, and organizational lives.     
Published: June 30, 2021
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This is the handout for our Prevention of Teen Substance Abuse PTTC event. This event took place on June 23rd, 2021. We will be featuring our special guest speaker, Dr. Ken Winters! Goals for this webinar: 1.Increase knowledge of the ingredients of evidence-based prevention programs and practices 2.Gain understanding of recent trends in the role of indicated and tailored prevention approaches 3. Increase awareness of exemplary AI/AN prevention programs
Published: June 28, 2021
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Slides from the May 26, 2021 session, " Families and Relationships - Part 3". This session featured Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho.
Published: May 26, 2021
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Slides from the session Families and Relationships - Part 2 that took place on April 28th, 2021.  This month's topic is "Families and Relationships - Part 2", featuring Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho.  How Does Addiction and Recovery Affect Family Dynamics?  Objectives: · Identify who makes up a family · Examine how addiction impacts the family o Emotionally o Socially o Physically o Spirituality · Discuss the phases of recovery · Identify goals for the identified patient and the significant others of each phase. · Identify the key characteristics of addiction · Learn about the craving response · Identify the phases of family response to addiction and recovery · List key relapse issues for people in recovery · Identify goals and strategies for each recovery phase · Discuss social or cultural issues affecting individuals, couples, and families. 
Published: April 29, 2021
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This webinar will provide specific tools for prevention practitioners in determining what behavior they are trying to change and why. The presentation will discuss fidelity of the use of innovations and how to adapt while ensuring the intended outcomes. An overview of available prevention registries will be covered with tools on how to utilize registries in your research question while ensuring the program is evidence based and fit to the population. There will be a discussion on things to consider when adapting to virtual platforms. Objectives: 1. Participants will increase their understanding of implementation practice and science and its application in prevention science 2. Participants will increase their understanding of the importance of innovation fidelity in prevention science 3. Participants will increase their knowledge of the importance of research and evaluation to achieve success in their prevention programs
Published: April 21, 2021
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Slides from the March 24, 2021 session, "Handouts for Families and Relationships - Part 1", featuring Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho.
Published: March 24, 2021
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Listening Session Materials: Slidedeck - Listening Session #2: The Role of Prevention Professionals in Supporting People of Color Northeast and Caribbean Prevention Technology Transfer Center's - Worksheet: Analyzing Existing Partnerships through a Health Equity Lens Northeast and Caribbean Prevention Technology Transfer Center's - Worksheet: Taking a Health Equity Approach to Identifying New Partners   Listening Session Date: February 23, 2021   Listening Session Series Overview: The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified the historical issues of social injustice and structural racism. In response, a number of organizations hosted webinars and learning communities discussing health equity and its relationship to the substance misuse prevention field and the implementation of best practices and programs. As we move further into 2021, it’s important to remember that these issues have NOT changed. Our work is NOT done. This listening session series is designed for two audiences: 1) Prevention practitioners who are in leadership positions; and 2) All other prevention professionals working in the field of prevention. The purpose of the sessions is to create a space to truly evaluate the role of prevention professionals in addressing structural racism and in supporting people of color. Please download the handout, Structural Racism and Supporting People of Color: The Role of Prevention Professionals. This will be used to guide the conversation and to discuss the practical application of the recommendations outlined. Also, you may like to listen to our archived webinars prior to the listening session series: Webinar: Why Health Equity Matters in Prevention Part 1 Webinar: Why Health Equity Matters in Prevention Part 2   Facilitator Nicole Augustine, MPH, MCHES, PS received her B.A. in Sociology from Cornell University and her Master of Public Health from The George Washington University School of Public Health. She is a passionate public health practitioner, dedicated to the utilization of evidence-based strategies because Prevention Works! With a background in sociology and public health, Nicole constantly evaluates human behavior through the lens of a sociocultural perspective. Utilizing this frame of thought, she provides technical assistance to communities as they address the root causes of substance misuse issues.      
Published: March 4, 2021
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Listening Session Materials: Slidedeck - Listening Session #1: The Role of Prevention Professionals in Supporting People of Color   Listening Session Date: February 11, 2021   Listening Session Series Overview: The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified the historical issues of social injustice and structural racism. In response, a number of organizations hosted webinars and learning communities discussing health equity and its relationship to the substance misuse prevention field and the implementation of best practices and programs. As we move further into 2021, it’s important to remember that these issues have NOT changed. Our work is NOT done. This listening session series is designed for two audiences: 1) Prevention practitioners who are in leadership positions; and 2) All other prevention professionals working in the field of prevention. The purpose of the sessions is to create a space to truly evaluate the role of prevention professionals in addressing structural racism and in supporting people of color. Please download the handout, Structural Racism and Supporting People of Color: The Role of Prevention Professionals. This will be used to guide the conversation and to discuss the practical application of the recommendations outlined. Also, you may like to listen to our archived webinars prior to the listening session series: Webinar: Why Health Equity Matters in Prevention Part 1 Webinar: Why Health Equity Matters in Prevention Part 2   Facilitator Nicole Augustine, MPH, MCHES, PS received her B.A. in Sociology from Cornell University and her Master of Public Health from The George Washington University School of Public Health. She is a passionate public health practitioner, dedicated to the utilization of evidence-based strategies because Prevention Works! With a background in sociology and public health, Nicole constantly evaluates human behavior through the lens of a sociocultural perspective. Utilizing this frame of thought, she provides technical assistance to communities as they address the root causes of substance misuse issues.    
Published: March 3, 2021
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This event took place on February 24th, 2020.
Published: February 25, 2021
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This online webinar offered national substance use prevention practitioners and coalitions an opportunity to learn and share around a coalition building model – the Six Elements of Effective Coalitions with presenter Dr. Kevin Haggerty. The peer sharing nature of the webinar encouraged a rich discussion of innovative ways to continue coalition efforts, particularly during the virtual transition due to COVID-19. Participants shared strategies and tools they are using to remain engaged with their coalitions, and maintain engagement with each other. Participants also highlighted the pros and cons of remote interactions and suggestions of what has worked for their respective situations. The information contained in this document is a compilation of participant responses to the central questions addressed in the session. Please note that many of the suggestions made by participants were not strictly evidence-based and should not be regarded as such. The overall purpose of this summary is to share the collective experience from the prevention field during this challenging time.
Published: December 4, 2020
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These are the handouts for the PTTC event that took place on 10/28/2020
Published: November 10, 2020
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Hoja de información de Mitos y Realidades: Esta hoja de información cubre siete (7) mitos o malentendidos comunes relacionados con la marihuana. Estos incluyen mitos sobre la adicción, la discapacidad y otros efectos que afecten su salud. Cada uno de los siete (7) mitos se contrarresta con la evidencia actual, incluidas las fuentes de donde obtuvimos la información. El objetivo de este documento es proporcionar una herramienta para que los proveedores de prevención ayuden a responder y a educar al público sobre estos mitos comunes. Sugerencia para su uso: Este documento es una herramienta para usar en mensajes de prevención y educación para ayudar a disipar los conceptos erróneos que pueden persistir en la comunidad en torno a la marihuana. Esta herramienta también puede ser útil como folleto para repartir en eventos de educación y de prevención. Banco de diapositivas de educación sobre la marihuana basado en la ciencia: Este banco de diapositivas de PowerPoint es una herramienta para que los profesionales de la prevención la utilicen en el trabajo de prevención y educación sobre la marihuana en sus comunidades. El propósito de este banco de diapositivas es proporcionar a los proveedores de prevención una herramienta investigada y comprobada que puedan usar con confianza en sus presentaciones de prevención del uso de la marihuana. La presentación titulada “La marihuana y el cerebro” se enfoca en la farmacología de la marihuana y cómo afecta al cerebro. Haga clic aquí para descargar la presentación   Sugerencia para su uso: Usted puede utilizar uno o ambos de estos bancos de diapositivas como presentaciones independientes o integrarlos en una sola presentación que incluya datos, tendencias y estrategias locales para la prevención del uso de la marihuana. Cada banco de diapositivas incluye notas del presentador para guiar al orador en la presentación de la información contenida en las diapositivas. Los bancos de diapositivas también incluyen las fuentes de todos los artículos de investigación utilizados para obtener la información presentada.  
Published: November 6, 2020
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Folheto informativo sobre de mitos e verdades: Este folheto informativo cobre sete (7) mitos ou mal-entendidos comuns relacionados à maconha. Isso inclui mitos sobre dependência, incapacidade e outros efeitos que afetam sua saúde. Cada um dos sete (7) mitos é contestado por evidências atuais, incluindo as fontes das quais obtivemos as informações. O objetivo deste documento é fornecer uma ferramenta para os provedores de prevenção para ajudar a responder e educar o público sobre esses mitos comuns: Sugestão de uso: Este documento é uma ferramenta a ser usada em mensagens de prevenção e educação para ajudar a dissipar os equívocos que podem persistir na comunidade em relação à maconha. Este produto também pode ser útil como panfleto para distribuição em eventos de educação e prevenção.   Conjunto de Slides de educação sobre maconha com base científica: Este conjunto de slides em PowerPoint é uma ferramenta para profissionais de prevenção usarem no trabalho de prevenção e educação da maconha em suas comunidades. O objetivo deste conjunto de slides é fornecer aos provedores de prevenção uma ferramenta pesquisada e comprovada, que eles podem usar com segurança em suas apresentações de prevenção da maconha. A apresentação “Cannabis e o Cérebro do Adolescente” tem foco na farmacologia da maconha e como ela afeta o cérebro. Clique aqui para fazer o download da apresentação. Sugestão de uso: você pode usar um ou ambos os conjuntos de slides como apresentações independentes ou integrá-los em uma única apresentação que inclui dados locais, tendências e estratégias para a prevenção do uso de maconha. Cada conjunto de slides inclui notas do apresentador para orientar o palestrante durante o compartilhamento das informações contidas nos slides. Os conjuntos de slides também incluem as fontes de todos os artigos de pesquisa usados ​​para obter as informações apresentadas.
Published: November 6, 2020
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Click here to view the handouts for the second session on Indigenous Foods as Medicine!
Published: October 6, 2020
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A two-part series produced by the PTTC Data-Informed Decisions network work-group, these webinars will demonstrate strategies to identify and fill gaps in needs assessments - step one in SAMHSA's Strategic Prevention Framework. A case-study approach will show these strategies applied to a hypothetical county. Webinar Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this virtual learning experience, participants will be able to: 1. Identify data gaps in your needs assessment 2. Fill data gaps in your needs assessment 3. Determine strategies to obtain buy-in from key stakeholders to address data gaps over time.   (Download the PowerPoint Slides above) Watch the Webinar!    
Published: September 11, 2020
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Use this slide in your presentations and visuals to affirm the use of intentional and destigmatizing language associated with having, treating, or being in recovery from a substance use or mental health disorder. Check out the supporting research here.         
Published: September 1, 2020
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These are the handouts that were used for the event: Returning to our Medicinal Roots: Plants and Food as Medicine Series Part 1 that took place on 08/26/2020.
Published: August 31, 2020
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Handouts for the Wellness Series Part 4: Resilience and Review event
Published: July 31, 2020
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This webinar describes the importance of environmental strategies and how they differ from individual-focused prevention programs. Environmental strategies are prevention interventions that address factors related to the context within which individuals make decisions about initiating and continuing substance use. Researchers have identified numerous risk and protective factors for engaging in substance use, which are often categorized by a socio-ecological model. Environmental strategies primarily seek to address factors found at the community and society levels of the model. The webinar discusses the different types of environmental strategies and provides examples of evidence-based strategies. The webinar depicts walk-through examples of collaborative partners needed to implement environmental strategies and the pre-implementation work that preventionists will need to complete.
Published: July 17, 2020
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These are the handouts and materials used during the presentation.
Published: June 22, 2020
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