Environmental Prevention 101: How Environments Impact Behaviors
Date/Time: Thursday, May 28, 2020 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM HST
Certificate: This training provides 2.0 continuing education credits for the Certified Prevention Specialist and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor professional tracks (pending ADAD approval).
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Participants will gain an understanding of environmental substance misuse prevention and the important role it plays in reducing substance misuse in the community.
Participants will understand the difference between individual and environmental prevention, and how they complement one another to create a comprehensive prevention system within a community.
Participants will learn about the 4Ps of Product, Place, Price, and Promotion and be able to identify these marketing strategies at work within their own communities.
Participants will learn how to assess their own community's environmental risk factors that contribute to substance misuse utilizing the 4Ps as a framework.
Target audience: This training is relevant to prevention providers, treatment providers, and community stakeholders implementing prevention programs and those working in community coalitions to reduce substance misuse in their communities.
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This training will provide an overview of environmental substance misuse prevention and how it shapes substance use behaviors.