Tag: interactive training

Opioid Overdose Rescue & Prevention Day 2: OOPTP Training Session

Join the Opioid Overdose Prevention Training Project team for an interactive training on Overdose Rescue and Prevention. It is recommended that participants take Part 1 of this training prior to Part 2, as this training will build on information and concepts from Part 1. In the second half, participants will explore strategies to address the risks of overdose with a harm reduction approach. This training will provide opportunities for discussion about issues of safety, grief, and moving toward behavior change.

*Please note that this an interactive training – we will utilize several different features on Zoom for activities, including breakout rooms, annotation, and chat. Participants are highly encouraged to have their video on (if they have access to a camera) to engage in discussions and activities.*

**ASL interpreters and CART services available upon request. Please email [email protected] at least 2 weeks prior to the training to let us know of any accommodations you will need when registering.**

Opioid Overdose Rescue & Prevention Day 1: OOPTP Training Session

Join the Opioid Overdose Prevention Training Project team for an interactive training on Overdose Rescue and Prevention. In the first half of this interactive training, participants will learn about opioids, risk factors for overdose, and the steps for overdose rescue.

*Please note that this an interactive training – we will utilize several different features on Zoom for activities, including breakout rooms, annotation, and chat. Participants are highly encouraged to have their video on (if they have access to a camera) to engage in discussions and activities.*

**ASL interpreters and CART services available upon request. Please email [email protected] at least 2 weeks prior to the training to let us know of any accommodations you will need when registering.**

Working with People Who Use Stimulants: OOPTP Training Session

Join the Opioid Overdose Prevention Training Project team for an interactive training on Working with People Who Use Stimulants. This interactive training is designed to help participants learn the basics of stimulants, what they do in the body, and how we can support people who use them. As drug use changes and evolves in Massachusetts and beyond, we need to be prepared to support clients no matter what substances they use.

*Please note that this an interactive training – we will utilize several different features on Zoom for activities, including breakout rooms, annotation, and chat. Participants are highly encouraged to have their video on (if they have access to a camera) to engage in discussions and activities.*

**ASL interpreters and CART services available upon request. Please email [email protected] at least 2 weeks prior to the training to let us know of any accommodations you will need when registering.**

Exploring Pathways of Recovery: OOPTP Training Session

Join the Opioid Overdose Prevention Training Project team for an interactive training on Exploring Pathways of Recovery. When we recognize that recovery looks different for every person, we can better advise our clients. This interactive training will introduce the many different forms recovery can take from Medication for Addiction Treatment (MAT) to 12-step programs, to cognitive based therapies. In addition, participants will explore addressing stigma around recovery and how to best support our clients.

*Please note that this an interactive training – we will utilize several different features on Zoom for activities, including breakout rooms, annotation, and chat. Participants are highly encouraged to have their video on (if they have access to a camera) to engage in discussions and activities.*

**ASL interpreters and CART services available upon request. Please email [email protected] at least 2 weeks prior to the training to let us know of any accommodations you will need when registering.**

Addressing Drug-Related Stigma & Bias: OOPTP Training Session

Join the Opioid Overdose Prevention Training Project team for an interactive training on Addressing Drug-Related Stigma & Bias. Drug-related stigma presents barriers to effectively supporting clients who use drugs. Our own biases are learned from a culture that stigmatizes drug use and ostracizes those with substance use disorders. This interactive training will focus on identifying and addressing our biases surrounding people who use drugs.

*Please note that this an interactive training – we will utilize several different features on Zoom for activities, including breakout rooms, annotation, and chat. Participants are highly encouraged to have their video on (if they have access to a camera) to engage in discussions and activities.*

**ASL interpreters and CART services available upon request. Please email [email protected] at least 2 weeks prior to the training to let us know of any accommodations you will need when registering.**