ADAD Zoom Training: What You Need To Know About Kratom
Date/Time: Friday, May 15, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM HST
Certificate: 2 hours ADAD approved. Certificates will be provided upon confirmed attendance with ADAD.
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Rick Collins specializes in community organizing, training, and policy advocacy related to drug and alcohol misuse prevention. He is President of Collins Consulting LLC and the current Coalition Director of the Maui Coalition for Drug-Free Youth, the Hawai'i Alliance for Drug-Free Communities, and the East Hawai'i Drug-Free Coalition. His experience includes working as a community coordinator for the Maui Coalition for Drug-Free Youth, providing training and coaching to new and emerging coalitions, implementing environmental prevention strategies, and leading community mobilizing efforts. He provides training and technical assistance to community coalitions and prevention professionals on topics related to coalition development, environmental strategies, prevention ethics, and the Strategic Prevention Framework. Rick is a certified instructor for the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) and Ethics in Prevention courses.
Rick's passion is in environmental prevention work focused on creating and maintaining responsible drug and alcohol policies that keep youth safe and drug-free. Rick is a Certified Prevention Specialist and holds a MS in Counseling Psychology from Chaminade University and a BA in Religious Studies from the University of Dayton.
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.
Questions regarding training registration
Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii, Hawaii Pacific Center for Excellence
808-545-3228 ext. 37
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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