This webinar seeks to raise awareness about sexual violence on college campuses; discuss effective strategies for violence prevention and victim support; and provide guidance for registered nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians’ assistants, medical doctors, and other clinicians who work with young adults.
This weeklong health observance is an opportunity for teens to learn the facts about drugs and addiction from National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) scientists and other experts. Host and promote an event for teens and help shatter the myths about drugs.
Webinar: Credentialing, Licensing, and Reimbursing Peers Working To Support the Behavioral Health of Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families (SMVF)
This webinar will explore peer support models that use credentialing, licensing, and reimbursement in military and civilian behavioral health systems; identify approaches that include standards, essential core competencies, and best practices for meeting Medicaid requirements for reimbursement of SMVF peer services; and more.
Drug Facts Chat Day is an annual live online chat held between high school students and scientists from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) during National Drug Facts Week. Students from around the country ask questions about drugs, drug abuse, and more.
Join prevention practitioners, community leaders, researchers, scientists, consumers, and advocates in the behavioral health field to learn about effective programs and the latest prevention-related developments in the areas of substance abuse and mental health. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required.