Closed Point of Dispensing (POD) Training

Gain understanding of all the aspects of planning for mobilizing and demobilizing a closed POD(used for dispensing medical countermeasures, including vaccines) and the benefits of becoming a closed POD partner with the North Country Public Health Region at this interactive virtual training. register

Community Health Worker Training

This 8-week course if offered through combined virtual interactive classroom and independent off-line study, with self-paced homework. Gain the skills and core competencies to work as a community Health Worker (CHW) or in other roles under the umbrella of community health such as a recovery Coach, Patient Navigator, Health Assister, Outreach Worker, Home Visitor, Patient Advisor, Patient Advocate. Along with the 8- week CHW training, there are 2 additional trainings given for Motivational Interviewing. Course… Read more »

Positive Psychology Foundations Online Course

A ground-breaking online course designed to help you plant in your life – and/or help others plant in theirs – simple, effective, proven practices to improve mood and quality of life. This course is a great introduction to Positive Psychology, helping you become familiar with foundational practices for personal use and/or for passing on to others. The next live webinar version of this eight-week online course starts on Wednesday 27th January 2021, though as all… Read more »

Shatterproof: Stronger Than Addiction Challenge

For those in recovery from addiction, overcoming stigma takes determination and strength. For those grieving a loved one lost to addiction, it takes courage and resilience. Lets come together virtually, coast-to-coast, as we honor the strength and courage of those impacted by addiction. Whether you run a 5k or a marathon, scale the stairs to the top of your building or reach the highest summit of a mountain, cycle, swim, bake or sing – you choose… Read more »

Protecting Our Children: COVID-19’s Impact on Early Childhood and ACEs

This webinar will bring together experts to provide information and guidance on early childhood development, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and COVID-19’s impact on children. Speakers will discuss: The importance of early childhood experiences in lifelong health and how adversity affects both the developing brain and other physiological systems What ACEs initiatives are doing to respond to COVID-19 and the opportunities and challenges the pandemic has produced for professionals in the field Lessons from a health plan’s… Read more »

Brain Injury: The Silent Partner in Substance Use Disorder & Strategies To Help Those Impacted

Join members of the Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire’s Substance Use Disorder/Brain Injury & Mental Health Interagency Task Force for a presentation and Q&A session that will focus on:  The connection between brain injury and Substance Use Disorder, and why those with a history of either SUD and/or brain injury are at a greater risk for addiction and brain injury down the road The emerging problem of drug users who survive overdoses but sustain… Read more »

Back to School: Helping Kids Overcome School Anxiety and Build Resiliency

This presentation with Dr. Sharon Saline, veteran psychologist and author of What your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew: Working Together to Empower Kids for Success in School and Life, and The ADHD Solution Card Deck will discuss how anxiety works and what professionals and parents can do to help kids reduce their worries. Dr. Saline will also discuss how to help kids change their relationship to worry and avoid the pitfalls of negative thinking. Learn… Read more »

Pop Culture Influences on Underage Drinking Webinar

The webinar provides a framework to analyze and assess various forms of advertising and the messages that could be received by pre-teens and teens.  We will also examine other media where messages about underage drinking could be delivered (music, TV, movies, & pop idols). The webinar provides a simple two-part approach: (1) What components of the ad or media could cause a teen to pay attention, and (2) what are the messages about drinking in the media… Read more »

NAADAC 2020 Annual Conference: Learn, Connect, Succeed

The 2020 Annual Conference: Learn, Connect, Succeed, will feature live keynote sessions, 20 breakout sessions, and a interactive virtual Town Hall presented by nationally recognized trainers. The five topics that will be discussed are the following: Cultural Humility & Social Responsibility, Advanced Addiction Treatment Skills, Tele-counseling & other uses of technology, Trauma related care, and Peer recovery support. This conference offers 28 Continued Education Credits. To register, go to https://my.naadac.org/events/event-registration/?id=25ca91f0-68d0-ea11-bf21-501ac56a5d90&index=2&reload=timezone

Post-traumatic Growth of Co-occuring Disorders

This training will present the framework of Post-traumatic Growth developed by Calhoun and Tedeschi. We will explore the model’s identified 5 domains of positive growth that can occur as a result of trauma in an individual’s life. This concept will then be applied to individuals and families experiencing chronic co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders and how their lives can improve as a result of their difficulties. The material will be experienced through a… Read more »