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Environmental Strategies

Environmental Strategies

This section presents environmental strategies that have been implemented in Hawai‘i in the past several years. This is not a complete list of all evidence-based environmental strategies but a sample from efforts addressing underage drinking prevention that were funded by Hawai‘i Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success (SPF-PFS) Projects in 2013 and 2018. More environmental strategies are available from the Catalog of Evidence-Based Environmental Strategies to Prevent Underage Drinking in Hawai‘i.

July 2021

Jul 16 Fri
ADAD Zoom Training: Cultural Diversity

The purpose of this workshop is to strengthen providers’ work with culturally diverse populations. The presenter will discuss various approaches, skills, and techniques used to effectively work with various cultures.

Location

Zoom

Jul 19 Mon
ADAD Zoom Training: COVID-19 Quarantine Impact on Mental Health and SUD

Upon completion of this Workshop the Clinician/Staff/Educators will have a clear understanding of:

  • An Understanding of basic epidemiological, statistical, and medical impact of COVID-19.
  • An understanding and statistics related to the increase in Substance Use Disorder in all populations due to effects of quarantine.
  • Statistics and Impact on Mental Health and Suicide due to effects of quarantine.
  • Understanding of quarantine impact and alternatives to SUD and improved coping skills.
  • Know when to seek Supervision and Co-Treatment.
Location

Zoom