RECORDED WEBINAR - Fellowship Symposium: Tools for the Substance Misuse Prevention Workforce on the Changing Landscape of Cannabis in New England

Learn about the six new research-based tools and resources created for the New England substance misuse prevention workforce to support their work in the Changing Landscape of Cannabis, with a focus on the IC & RC Prevention Domains.

Resources include:

  • A Practical guide to introduce and assist preventionists on how to leverage social media as an environmental change strategy for cannabis prevention and adoption of health-promoting norms in school and community settings 
  •  A thought piece that applies lessons learned from underage drinking and tobacco use prevention programs to the evolving landscape of cannabis use this paper takes a restorative approach and provide recommendations to communities based on the successes and shortcomings of these programs.
  • A presentation/ToolKit municipalities can use to learn about the implications of allowing retail cannabis businesses to operate in their community the tool kit will cover a variety of data-driven considerations communities may want to review and discuss prior to making any decisions.
  • A communication frame that will compassionately educate parents caregivers and youth on the potential harms of cannabis use on young brains while reducing stigma.
  • A new and improved multipronged cannabis prevention education tool to be used in an alternative to suspension programs the tool could be a standalone product for other school districts and community coalitions to use as an alternative to suspension program.
  • A tool kit that prevention professionals and communities working on cannabis-related policy improvement can use to help support prevention and public health at a community level.


Link to view the recorded webinar (recorded on November 9, 2022).

No continuing education is available. 

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