Engaging Youth in Preventing Opioid Addiction Training
November 13, 2017 - November 14, 2017$999.00
Join us at Partners HealthCare in Boston for a training presented by Blake Works and Health Resources in Action (HRiA).
At this highly interactive training you’ll build skills and gain knowledge needed to talk with youth about the opioid crisis. Our popular two-day training now includes the latest research about fentanyl and marijuana.
You’ll also learn proven strategies for engaging youth in substance abuse prevention activities, plus best practices for incorporating our evidence-based DVD Drugs:True Stories into your programming.
Who Should Attend
Prevention professionals, coalition members, public health professionals, program supervisors and managers, school health and support staff, youth workers, after-school personnel, counselors and educators
Jeanne Blake Creator, Words Can Work; Executive Producer, Drugs: True Stories; Affiliated faculty member, Harvard Medical School’s Division on Addiction
Laurie Jo Wallace Director, Training and Capacity Building, HRiA; 25 years of experience in youth development, substance abuse prevention and coalition building