Opioid Use and Pregnancy (Web Based)

Sponsor: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention To access this training you must create a free account on CDC’s TRAIN web portal. Portal compliance – CDC TRAIN – an affiliate of the TRAIN Learning Network powered by the Public Health Foundation This self-paced .75 hour training provides essential knowledge needed to effectively address opioid use before pregnancy, during pregnancy, and in the postpartum period. CME and CNE provided through October 12, 2025. For more information… Read more »

Enhanced Care Coordination: Helping Children, Youth, and Families Impacted by Substance Misuse

Sponsor: New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association PRESENTATION:This 6-hour course will provide participants with an introduction to person-centered, enhanced care coordination (ECC), with a specific emphasis on families impacted by substance misuse and co-occurring challenges.  Unlike case management, ECC is a facilitated process where the coordinator partners with clients based on foundational principles such as person-centeredness, strengths-based care, and resilience. This course will use a mix of lecture, demonstration, video, and small group activities…. Read more »

LGBTQIA+ Youth Suicide Prevention

Sponsor: New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association PRESENTATION:This workshop is a collaborative training between Connor’s Climb, a suicide prevention organization, and Seacoast Outright, an organization that supports LGBTQ+ youth. LGBTQ+ youth are at an increased risk of suicidal ideation and suicide attempts, which makes effective support and intervention for this population critical. This training will create a shared understanding of basic LGBTQ+ terminology and will cover the unique risk factors that elevate the risk… Read more »

Harm Reduction

Sponsor: New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association PRESENTATION:Harm Reduction includes a wide range of effective strategies and techniques for reducing harm from a number of health related conditions, which include substance use disorders and mental health condition.  This webinar will include an overview of harm reduction principles and techniques and will discuss the process of change for improving health. Participants will learn about disparities and the need to develop equity. As a result… Read more »

Harm Reduction 101

Sponsor: New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association PRESENTATION: This training will introduce the history and guiding principles of Harm Reduction. We will discuss various examples of harm reduction strategies and overdose prevention and how we can integrate Harm Reduction across the spectrum of drug use. This will be an interactive training to create a safe space to explore our individual biases and how stigma and bias can impact access to services and the delivery… Read more »

Benzodiazepines; Help, Hope, & Healing – A Peer Training Program

Sponsor: NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association PRESENTATION:  Benzodiazepines, often referred to as “benzos,” are a class of psychoactive drugs commonly prescribed for various health conditions such as anxiety, insomnia, and seizure disorders. While these medications can provide therapeutic benefits, they also come with a range of potential side effects and risks, including physical dependence and addiction. Using nationally recognized best practices for Peer Support, this two-day, 12-hour NAADAC & COPA approved training is designed… Read more »

Engaging with Individuals Re-entering from Prisons and Jails

Sponsor: NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association People with SUDs and mental health challenges are disproportionately over represented in prisons and jails across the US and over 95% of them are going to be released after they serve their sentences.  This training will focus on the clinical and social needs of said individuals and will delineate effective re-entry and treatment strategies and techniques. As a result of the training, participants will be able to: For… Read more »

Peer Workforce Learning Community ECHO

Target audience: All peer support professionals in NH. February through July 2024 3rd Wednesday of the month -12 PM to 1:30 PM Goals: Understand the similarities and differences in the role, code of ethics, and professional boundaries in mental health and substance use recovery peer support. Discuss safety and crisis management, suicide prevention, and grief management strategies. Engage in real time with the NH peer workforce. For more information and to register click here

NH-ME ECHO SCOPE: Supporting Children of the Opioid Epidemic

This ECHO series aims to increase health provider’s knowledge of strategies, skills, and resources for supporting the complex needs of children with substance exposure in utero and their families. Each of the eight sessions builds on the content and information from the previous session, so it is highly recommended that participants commit to attending all 8 sessions. The training will be delivered via Zoom using a tele-practice model known as Extension for Community Health Outcomes… Read more »

Introductory/Refresher Virtual Motivational Interviewing Training 

Sponsor: National Council for Mental Wellbeing This half-day (4 hours) live session is ideal for busy individuals looking for introductory or refresher training. Whether you’re a clinician in a behavioral health setting, a supervisor trying to boost staff morale or a nurse helping patients manage diabetes, motivational interviewing (MI) training can help you create conversations that empower people to make meaningful changes. Curriculum pace and flow is intentionally designed to maximize engagement and interaction in… Read more »