Recognizing Racial Stigma and Opportunities for Change

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Stigma around opioid and other substance use create barriers for people to seek prevention and recovery supports. Add layers of race and ethnicity, and you have racial stigma, referring to […]

One Pill Can Kill: The Dangers of Fentanyl

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Through the "One Pill Can Kill" campaign the DEA is bringing awareness to the dangers of fentanyl, the threat of fake pills, and resources to keep people safe. Additionally, this […]

Trauma Strategies for Peer Support Using Self Care

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Peer professionals provide an array of recovery-oriented supports and person-centered care which include empathetic engagement with survivors of trauma circumstances. This work at times can increase the peer's vulnerability to […]

Adapting Evidence-based Interventions for Under-Resourced Populations

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This webinar will highlight findings from SAMHSA’s guide titled, Adapting Interventions for Under-resourced Populations, which explores evidence-based, organization-level strategies and promising practices to adapt and evaluate evidence-based practices in culturally […]

Role of Bias in Education Disparities

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This is part one of our Confronting Implicit Bias in Society and Ourselves learning series. Role of Bias in Education Disparities In the first workshop, participants will review what bias is, examine […]

Stigma Series Part 2: Debunking the Myths Around Addiction

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Substance use disorders (SUD) are some of the most highly stigmatized health conditions worldwide, and stigma creates barriers to early intervention, screening, treatment, and effective recovery. Addressing addiction like a […]

Recognizing and Readdressing Implicit Bias

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This is part two of our Confronting Implicit Bias in Society and Ourselves learning series. Recognizing and Readdressing Implicit Bias In the second workshop, participants will delve deeper into how implicit bias […]

Trauma Informed Care: Concepts & Application

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Data sources estimate that between 25 to 75% of people who survive different forms of abuse and/or a violent trauma develop issues related to substance use. Despite the prevalence of […]

Impact Over Intention: Addressing Microaggressions in School

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This is part three of our Confronting Implicit Bias in Society and Ourselves learning series. Impact Over Intention: Addressing Microaggressions in School In the third workshop, participants will explore how implicit bias […]

Reframing Native Mental Health

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The United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. and the New England MHTTC would like to invite you and your staff to attend the Reclaiming Native Psychological Brilliance, a Tribal Behavioral Health ECHO webinar series. Native […]

From Theory to Praxis: Exploring Real World Scenarios

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This is part four of our Confronting Implicit Bias in Society and Ourselves learning series. From Theory to Praxis: Exploring Real World Scenarios Lastly, in the fourth workshop, participants will have an […]

Eliminating Mental Health Stigma for Boys and Men of Color

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According to SAMHSA's 2020 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 26% of African American adults experienced a mental health and/or substance misuse concern1. While these rates may […]

Updates to the DSM-5-TR

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This webinar will provide an overview of the changes from the DSM 5 to the DSM-5-TR. The new diagnosis that was added will be reviewed, and well as the new […]

Diagnostic and Monitoring Medical Devices for Opioid Use

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is announcing two public workshops with the National Institutes of Health (NIH)/National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA): “Diagnostic and Monitoring Medical Devices for Opioid […]