ADAD Zoom Training: Opioid Overdose Prevention And Response
Date/Time: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM HST
Certificate: 3 hours ADAD approved. Certificate will be provided upon confirmed attendance with ADAD.
Registration for this event has closed.
Leilani Maxera, Outreach & Overdose Prevention Manager.
Leilani manages the statewide syringe exchange, outreach, and overdose prevention programs, supervises the outreach workers on four of the Hawaiian Islands, and conducts training and education with other social service organizations to teach about overdose response and to reduce stigma around drug use. She previously worked at Homeless Youth Alliance/San Francisco Needle Exchange and Tenderloin Health in San Francisco and volunteered at SANE (Safer Alternatives thru Networking and Education), a syringe exchange program in Sacramento, CA. Leilani has a Master of Public Health degree with an emphasis in Aging and has finished her Master of Social Work degree in December 2018.
Certified Substance Abuse Counselors (CSAC), Certified Prevention Specialists (CPS), and applicants; those with other ADAD professional credentials; and anyone involved in the human services field.
Registration Questions contact:
Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii
Hawaii Pacific Center for Excellence
808-545-3228 ext. 37
For Training Cancellation contact:
Anisa Pacapac-Marquez at email@example.com
The purpose of the session is to gain an understanding of ethical guidelines in an advanced setting. Participants will be better equipped to resolve ethical dilemmas in Substance abuse and Mental Health field. This will be beneficial for those that have already completed Ethic's the Basic.
This training is for nonprofits in Maui County who are looking for ways to manage staff and run programs in a virtual environment.
- Learn the history of kratom
- Understand the use of kratom and the effects on the body
- Understand the difference between kratom and kava
- Explore kratom's rising popularity in the US
- Understand the current kratom debate over whether the drug is a healthy alternative to opioid misuse
- Discuss how to assess this emerging drug trend within your work
Participants will be able to:
1. Describe the transmission routes and prevention methods for viral hepatitis, HIV, and STDs.
2. List components of an effective risk assessment for sexually transmitted and other communicable disease.
3. Demonstrate risk reduction counseling techniques for people living with and at-risk for viral hepatitis, HIV, and STDs.
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