Anuvia is a NAADAC Approved Education Provider. Trainings and workshops are open to all professionals and the general public. We are currently offering our series virtually and free of charge. CEUs are provided to training participants. If you have any questions or would like to be added to our mailing list, please use the contact box below.
Fall 2023 Professional Development Series
Virtual, Free, 3 NAADAC Approved CEU Credits
To register, click the link directly below the course description.
“Trauma-Informed Care.” September 14th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Hayden Center, Opioid Response Network
This training will focus on trauma and substance misuse. There will be an emphasis on the intersection of trauma and substance misuse and the resulting negative outcomes.
“Recovery for Women.” September 19th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Laurie Johnson-Wade, Opioid Response Network
Let’s soar into women in recovery. This interactive training will take a deep dive into the strengths, opportunities, aspirations, and results experienced by women in or trying to enter recovery. The training will be facilitated by an advanced implementation specialist with the Opioid Response Network, Laurie Johnson-Wade, a woman in recovery since 1991. She will weave her own lived experience into this training with hopes of implementing change in the recovery ecosystem.
“Stories of Hope: Adolescent Substance Use.” September 21st @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Jerria Martin, Opioid Response Network
The presentation will explore the profound changes taking place during this critical period and unravel the underlying factors that make adolescents particularly susceptible to the allure of substance use and how we as prevention, treatment, and recovery partners can play a positive role in the process.
“Co-Occurring Disorders.” September 26th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Ward Blanchard, The Blanchard Institute.
In this training, attendees will hear about CURRENT evidenced based research on co-occurring disorders, impact on the clients and their sphere of influence, and what treatment modalities are available to empower healing, health and connection to those suffering.
“The Big Pitch: Prevention, Recovery, & Treatment Shark Tank!” October 5th @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Jerria Martin, Opioid Response Network
Creative strategies have been woven together by dealers nationwide, getting these substances into the hands of the most vulnerable community members. They’ve mastered their “pitch.” Thus, to successfully reach the same community, coalitions, organizations, and other entities must effectively and creatively market and pitch their work on a dime-sized budget. This “Shark Tank” session will prepare you to use basic marketing strategies to increase community support, involvement, and engagement.
If you have questions about Anuvia’s professional development trainings, please submit them in the contact form below. Thank you!