How to Help Families Struggling with Teen Substance Use

When a young person develops a substance use problem, parents and other family members tend to cope by adopting unhealthy behaviors such as keeping secrets or finding scapegoats. Join counselor Kate Roselle to examine how to help the families you serve when adolescent substance use is in the picture. Whether services are delivered in-person or virtually, Roselle will share important insights and practical strategies for working with families. This free webinar is presented by the… Read more »

Treating an Epidemic Amid a Pandemic: Virtual Care for Addiction

At the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak, Hazelden Betty Ford transitioned more than 1,500 patients into virtual services within one week’s time. In this free webinar, two of the leaders responsible for that historic pivot will share what they learned from the experience, why virtual care for substance use disorders (SUDs) and other mental health issues is here to stay, and how there tele-health services will continue to evolve. This webinar is presented by The… Read more »

Granite Youth UP Conference

Q & A With Kevin Hines At the age of 19, Kevin was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Two years later he attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Today, Kevin dedicates his life to saving the lives of others and encouraging them to seek help. By sharing his story, he continues to spread empathy and bring a message of hope. Hear his story. Connect with your peers. Find out how… Read more »