Integrating Cultural Proficiency into Prevention
April 26 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cultural proficiency is critical to promoting behavioral health equity. To address substance abuse and mental health concerns in communities effectively, prevention practitioners need to consider cultural factors and strategies to enhance cultural responsiveness of prevention programming. This training will help participants incorporate cultural considerations in the context of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
- Describe cultural proficiency and its application to prevention
- Apply key cultural competency concepts to prevention planning
- Outline cultural considerations in prevention programming and coalition capacity building
- Identify strategies to enhance cultural responsiveness of prevention programming and coalition capacity building