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 2022 Professional Development Series
Free, 2-3 NAADAC Approved CE Credits
Register by clicking the link directly below the session description.
“HIV, PrEP and Hep C and the connection to drug abuse.” October 4th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenters: Deion Pendleton, Devin Cokley, and Craymon Gardner
The training provides educational insight on how to practice safe sex options, and where to access care and receive services. Presenters will discuss HIV and Hepatitis C and how to protect and prevent oneself from these viruses.
“Substance use and its effect on LGBTQ+ youth and young adults.” October 6th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Leslie Dill
Join us for an engaging look at the intersection of LGBTQ+ youth/young adults and substance use disorder (SUD) through the work of the OPT (Opioid Prevention & Treatment) Out Task Force.
“Dealing with HIV and Substance Use.” October 11th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenters: Tori Gordon and Richard Mills.
This training will focus on research on HIV and substance use, and a lived experience story will be shared. Other topics that will be introduced are challenges, stigmas and how to engage with this specific population.
“Trauma, Substance Use, and Inspiring Resiliency.” October 18th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Johanna Covault.
This training will be on trauma and substance use as a coping skill that can be a result of trauma. The presentation will discuss trauma, definitions, reactions to trauma, PTSD, coping, and inspiring resiliency.
“Implementing a Tobacco-Free Culture of Care.” October 27th @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST. Presenters: Kim Bayha and Carleen Crawford.
This three-hour virtual training is designed to give behavioral health professionals the information and skills to support and implement a tobacco-free campus policy at their organization or practice. The training provides information on successful implementation strategies and messaging as well as evidence-based approaches for treating tobacco use concurrently with mental health and substance use disorder treatment.
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