Addiction 101 – free CE

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance This one-hour course is intended to provide foundational knowledge regarding addiction as a chronic medical condition as well as an overview of evidence-based interventions, including medications for addiction treatment (MAT). For more information and to register click here

Training in Child Parent Psychotherapy Supportive Interventions – free CEU’s

Sponsor: NH NASW Child Parent Psychotherapy is an evidence-based mental health intervention for young children exposed to ACEs/trauma and their caregivers. Mental health professionals working with young children and their caregivers are often intervening as part of a team of providers serving a family. This training prepares early childhood providers to intervene with young children and their caregivers in a manner that is consistent with CPP principles and practices. Learn how to hold the trauma… Read more »

Training in Child Parent Psychotherapy Supportive Interventions – free CEU’s

Sponsor: NH NASW Child Parent Psychotherapy is an evidence-based mental health intervention for young children exposed to ACEs/trauma and their caregivers. Mental health professionals working with young children and their caregivers are often intervening as part of a team of providers serving a family. This training prepares early childhood providers to intervene with young children and their caregivers in a manner that is consistent with CPP principles and practices. Learn how to hold the trauma… Read more »

Training in Child Parent Psychotherapy Supportive Interventions – free CEU’s

Sponsor: NH NASW Child Parent Psychotherapy is an evidence-based mental health intervention for young children exposed to ACEs/trauma and their caregivers. Mental health professionals working with young children and their caregivers are often intervening as part of a team of providers serving a family. This training prepares early childhood providers to intervene with young children and their caregivers in a manner that is consistent with CPP principles and practices. Learn how to hold the trauma… Read more »

Zeroing in on Xylazine – CEU’s

Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance; a program of Boston Medical Center (BMC) Description This training will provide knowledge regarding xylazine, a CNS depressant, which has been linked to an increasing number of overdose deaths in the US. This training will discuss the physiologic effects of xylazine, manifestations of xylazine intoxication, overdose, communicable infections associated with xylazine use, and wound care for persons injecting xylazine. NOTE: This training is 60 minutes long. There will be an optional… Read more »

Zeroing in on Xylazine – CEU’s

Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance; a program of Boston Medical Center (BMC) Description This training will provide knowledge regarding xylazine, a CNS depressant, which has been linked to an increasing number of overdose deaths in the US. This training will discuss the physiologic effects of xylazine, manifestations of xylazine intoxication, overdose, communicable infections associated with xylazine use, and wound care for persons injecting xylazine. NOTE: This training is 60 minutes long. There will be an optional… Read more »

Zeroing in on Xylazine – CEU’s

Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance; a program of Boston Medical Center (BMC) Description This training will provide knowledge regarding xylazine, a CNS depressant, which has been linked to an increasing number of overdose deaths in the US. This training will discuss the physiologic effects of xylazine, manifestations of xylazine intoxication, overdose, communicable infections associated with xylazine use, and wound care for persons injecting xylazine. NOTE: This training is 60 minutes long. There will be an optional… Read more »

Introductory/Refresher Virtual YSBIRT Training

Sponsor: National Council for Mental Wellbeing If you are an administrator or clinician who is new to YSBIRT or looking for a refresher, this three-hour training is just for you. Participants will learn: 1. How YSBIRT fits in the context of health and providing whole-person, integrated and trauma informed systems of care. 2. The use of evidence-based screening tools for adolescents to identify risk levels of alcohol and drug use. 3. The role of brief… Read more »

Introductory/Refresher Virtual SBIRT Training

Sponsor: National Council for Mental Wellbeing If you are an administrator or clinician who is new to SBIRT or looking for a refresher, this three-hour training is just for you. Participants will learn: 1. How SBIRT fits in the context of health and providing whole-person, integrated and trauma informed systems of care. 2. The use of evidence-based screening tools for adolescents and adults to identify risk levels of alcohol and drug use. 3. The role… Read more »

MOUD in Recovery Housing: An Exemplary Case Study of Implementing Holistic Care in Indiana

Sponsor: Providers Clinical Support System Despite significant evidence of their effectiveness and efficacy, individuals across the country are still facing barriers to care associated with the stigma surrounding medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD). One recent peer-reviewed study found that of 360 facilities supporting individuals with opioid-related needs, one fourth were unwilling to serve individuals receiving MOUD (Kepple et al., 2019). For those seeking recovery housing, this unwillingness can mean choosing between their life-saving medications… Read more »