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Training List & Registration
View and register for trainings in the table below. The IPRC also provides custom trainings to organizations upon REQUEST.
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Drug Overview: MARIJUANA
Apr 22, 2013 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center welcomes you to this brief overview of the substance marijuana. This educational module is designed for professionals in the health care, mental health, substance abuse prevention and public health fields.

This one-hour module will assist participants in enhancing their understanding of marijuana's social and physical consequences. The information gained throughout this training can be used in work with consumers/patients, community members, youth and other professionals.

If you are interested in receiving CHES credit for this course, please email Mary Lay at maholtsc@indiana.edu

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Drug Overview: ALCOHOL
Apr 22, 2013 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center welcomes you to complete a self-study of the substance alcohol. This educational module is designed for professionals in the health care, mental health, substance abuse prevention and public health fields.

The Indiana Prevention Resource Center understands that professionals prefer to receive current information on drug topics in an efficient manner. This ninety minute module includes historical impacts, social influences, physical and behavioral effects, health consequences, dependence concepts and shares national and state data.

The information gained throughout this self-study can be used in work with consumers/patients, community members, youth and other professionals as alcohol education.

If you are interested in receiving CHES credit for this course, please email Mary Lay at maholtsc@indiana.edu

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Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
Sep 2, 2014 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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Introduction to Motivational Interviewing is a one-hour self-paced training that is geared towards professionals in healthcare, behavioral healthcare and allied healthcare settings.
This Introduction to Motivational Interviewing course will meet the following objectives:

  • Define Motivational Interviewing (MI)
  • Provide overview of Spirit of MI
  • Explore the four processes of MI
  • Review several skills used in MI
    • O.A.R.S.
    • Readiness Ruler
    • Decisional Balance
    • Advice with Permission
  • Support on-going competence with additional resources

This introductory course is intended to be used as a primer to an applied Introduction to Motivational Interviewing training that would provide opportunities to practice the information introduced in this course.
This course is based on Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change (3rd ed.), (Miller & Rollnick, 2013).
1 CEU is earned through the completion of this course.

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Drug Overview: COCAINE
Sep 24, 2014 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center welcomes you to complete a self-study course of the substance cocaine. This educational module has been designed for professionals and students in many fields, including health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health.
By the end of this cocaine module, you will have completed the following objectives:

  • Learn about cocaine and its methods of use.
  • Discover the history of cocaine.
  • Review the effects of use and long term abuse on the brain and body.
  • Define levels of use and signs of cocaine dependence.
  • Explore recovery and treatment options for cocaine use.
  • Identify national and state data related to cocaine.

If you are interested in receiving CHES credit for this course, please email Mary Lay at maholtsc@indiana.edu

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Drug Overview: PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
Oct 14, 2014 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center welcomes you to complete a self-study course on the non-medical use of prescription opioids, central nervous system depressants, and stimulants. This educational module has been designed for professionals and students in many fields, including health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health.
By the end of this prescription drug module, you will have completed the following objectives:

  • Understand the three classifications of prescription drugs that are most commonly misused and abused.
  • Learn about the history of the use of prescription drugs.
  • Identify the therapeutic effects of prescription drugs when taken properly and the side effects when they are used for non-medical purposes.
  • Recognize the different ways individuals can use prescription drugs for non-medical purposes.
  • See national and state trends of the non-medical use of prescription drugs.

If you are interested in receiving CHES credit for this course, please email Mary Lay at maholtsc@indiana.edu

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Drug Overview: HEROIN
Oct 22, 2014 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center welcomes you to complete a self-study course of the substance heroin. This educational module has been designed for professionals and students in many fields, including health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health.
By the end of this heroin module, you will have completed the following objectives:

  • Learn about heroin and methods of use.
  • Discover the history of heroin.
  • Review the effects of use and long term abuse on the brain and body.
  • Define levels of use and signs of heroin dependence.
  • Explore recovery and treatment options for heroin use.
  • Identify national and state data relative to heroin.

If you are interested in receiving CHES credit for this course, please email Mary Lay at maholtsc@indiana.edu

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Drug Overview: TOBACCO
Apr 24, 2015 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center welcomes you to complete a self-study course of tobacco. This educational module has been designed for professionals and students in many fields, including health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health.
By the end of this tobacco module, you will have completed the following objectives:

  • Learn about the production of tobacco and methods of use.
  • Define key terminology and slang terms.
  • Discover the history of tobacco
  • Review the effects of use and long term abuse on the brain and body.
  • Explore prevention efforts and treatment options for tobacco use.
  • Identify national and state data relative to tobacco.

If you are interested in receiving CHES credit for this course, please email Mary Lay at maholtsc@indiana.edu

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Grant Writing Series - Part 1
Oct 22, 2015 Online Training (10 minutes)
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center's Grant Writing Series is a 3 part series of brief, self-paced trainings for health and human service providers. Many health and human service organizations rely on grant funding to accomplish their goals and therefore professionals need experience in writing preparing grants. This series is intended to provide guidance, tips, and lessons learned in a compact format that can be viewed during your lunch break, while you are on the treadmill, or after the kids are off to bed. The series includes:

  • Part 1 - Funding Basics
  • Part 2 - Proposal Basics
  • Part 3 - Drug-Free Communities Support Program Overview
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Grant Writing Series - Part 2
Oct 21, 2015 Online Training (10 minutes)
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center's Grant Writing Series is a 3 part series of brief, self-paced trainings for health and human service providers. Many health and human service organizations rely on grant funding to accomplish their goals and therefore professionals need experience in writing preparing grants. This series is intended to provide guidance, tips, and lessons learned in a compact format that can be viewed during your lunch break, while you are on the treadmill, or after the kids are off to bed. The series includes:

  • Part 1 - Funding Basics
  • Part 2 - Proposal Basics
  • Part 3 - Drug-Free Communities Support Program Overview
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Introduction to SBIRT in PRIMARY CARE
Dec 30, 2015 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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Welcome to the Introduction to SBIRT in Primary Care module. This educational module has been designed for professionals and students in many fields, including health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health.

The purpose of this hour-long module is to provide a foundational introduction to Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). By the end of the module, you will have completed the following objectives:

  • Describe the relationship between levels of alcohol and drug use and SBIRT
  • Identify the outcomes and efficacy of SBIRT
  • Define SBIRT and its role in healthcare
  • Examine screening tools used in the application of SBIRT
  • Recognize and explore best practices in the implementation of a brief intervention
  • Explore SBIRT training and implementation standards
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IC&RC CPS Exam Preparation
Jan 20, 2016 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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The IC&RC Certified Prevention Specialist Exam Preparation Module is a self-paced course designed to review key prevention concepts and help prepare individuals to take the Prevention Specialist exam offered by the International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC). This course was developed by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC), with funding support from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction. While there is no prerequisite for this module, it is intended for prevention professionals who have completed the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) since 2012, and who have worked in the substance use prevention field for at least one year. Participants will complete the following objectives at the conclusion of this course:

  • Learn the six domains of the IC&RC Prevention Specialist Credential and reviewed core information related to each domain
  • Completed a self-assessment of your strengths and weaknesses for each of the essential tasks within the domains
  • Completed sample test questions to prepare you for the IC&RC Examination
  • Received additional resources related to each domain

Courses offered by the IPRC are approved by the following Boards, under Indiana Code 25-1-4-0.2. Under this code, several professions (Social Workers and Clinical Social Workers; Marriage and Family Therapists; Mental Health Counselors; Addiction Counselors; Chiropractors; Dentists and Dental Hygienists; Dietitians; Health Facility Administrators; Massage Therapy; Medical; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant and Psychology) are included. For a complete list of professions, check here.

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Grant Writing Series - Part 3
Oct 21, 2015 Online Training (10 minutes)
One (1) CEU will be given once you have completed all three parts and passes the final quiz.
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center's Grant Writing Series is a 3 part series of brief, self-paced trainings for health and human service providers. Many health and human service organizations rely on grant funding to accomplish their goals and therefore professionals need experience in writing preparing grants. This series is intended to provide guidance, tips, and lessons learned in a compact format that can be viewed during your lunch break, while you are on the treadmill, or after the kids are off to bed. The series includes:

  • Part 1 - Funding Basics
  • Part 2 - Proposal Basics
  • Part 3 - Drug-Free Communities Support Program Overview
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Prevention 101
Jan 13, 2016 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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Prevention 101 is a self-paced, engaging, and dynamic course designed as a fundamental introduction for new prevention professionals. It is also highly valuable as a refresher course for active prevention specialists. Other professions, including mental health, criminal justice, health care, education, law, substance treatment, social work, youth development, behavioral health, public health, faith, and recovery can take advantage of Prevention 101 for cross training and current prevention information, science, practice, and strategies.
This course was developed by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC), with funding support from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction. In 2012, the IPRC developed online learning to meet the needs of the workforce, reduce travel, allow for flexibility, and provide best practices for adult learning. Several courses are posted on the training portal and more will be developed in the future.
There is no prerequisite for Prevention 101. Information, animations, learning checks, resources, and links are provided to enhance learning. After completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Define prevention and its stages
  • Appraise the consequences of drug use to the young brain
  • Utilize definitions and acronyms common to the field
  • Understand the role of National and State organizations
  • Consider the impact of the history of prevention efforts
  • Define risk, protective, and contributing factors
  • Describe the impact of fear tactics
  • Recommend prevention strategies
  • Recognize the prevention needs of distinct populations
  • List characteristics of successful prevention
  • Apply basic prevention skills to case studies and their profession

Courses offered by the IPRC are approved by the following Boards, under Indiana Code 25-1-4-0.2. Under this code, several professions (Social Workers and Clinical Social Workers; Marriage and Family Therapists; Mental Health Counselors; Addiction Counselors; Chiropractors; Dentists and Dental Hygienists; Dietitians; Health Facility Administrators; Massage Therapy; Medical; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant and Psychology) are included. For a complete list of professions, check here.

If you are interested in receiving CHES credit for this course, please email Mary Lay at maholtsc@indiana.edu

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Considerations for Survey Development
Apr 13, 2016 Short Online Training (30 minutes)
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Assessment is the first step in the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) and refers to the gathering and examining of data. This step is the foundation of the SPF because the community cannot focus on a problem if that issue has not been identified. Data collection is a substantial part of the assessment phase and can be beneficial in gaining feedback within a variety of fields, not just in substance abuse prevention. This course, The Considerations of Survey Development, will include an overview of some of the main types of data collection and will help understand some things that should be considered when developing a survey. Objectives include:

  • Recognize whether creating a survey or using other resources would be most beneficial
  • Describe the differences between using quantitative vs. qualitative survey data
  • Distinguish what is important when developing a survey
  • Understand what challenges may exist in gaining community input through a survey

Courses offered by the IPRC are approved by the following Boards, under Indiana Code 0.2-4-1-25. Under this code, several professions (Social Workers and Clinical Social Workers; Marriage and Family Therapists; Mental Health Counselors; Addiction Counselors; Chiropractors; Dentists and Dental Hygienists; Dietitians; Health Facility Administrators; Massage Therapy; Medical; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant and Psychology) are included. For a complete list of professions, check here.

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Focus Group Basics
Jul 10, 2016 Short Online Training (30 minutes)
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This course is part two of the Data/Assessment Series and is designed for professionals and students in many fields, including health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health. Objectives include:

  • Understand the components that make up a focus group.
  • Recognize when a focus group is most useful or applicable.
  • Discover what to consider when writing facilitation questions.
  • Distinguish helpful versus harmful moderating techniques.

Courses offered by the IPRC are approved by the following Boards, under Indiana Code 25-1-4-0.2. Under this code, several professions (Social Workers and Clinical Social Workers; Marriage and Family Therapists; Mental Health Counselors; Addiction Counselors; Chiropractors; Dentists and Dental Hygienists; Dietitians; Health Facility Administrators; Massage Therapy; Medical; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant and Psychology) are included. For a complete list of professions, check here.

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Evaluation Basics
Jul 27, 2016 Short Online Training (15-20 minutes)
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This course is part one of the Evaluation Series and is designed for professionals and students in many fields, including health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health. Objectives include:

  • Describe the benefits of evaluation.
  • Understand the difference between process and outcome evaluation.
  • List the components of an outcome evaluation.
  • Develop an outcome target.

Courses offered by the IPRC are approved by the following Boards, under Indiana Code 25-1-4-0.2 . Under this code, several professions (Social Workers and Clinical Social Workers; Marriage and Family Therapists; Mental Health Counselors; Addiction Counselors; Chiropractors; Dentists and Dental Hygienists; Dietitians; Health Facility Administrators; Massage Therapy; Medical; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant and Psychology) are included. For a complete list of professions, check here.

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Planning: A Crucial Step in the SPF Webinar
Sep 28, 2016 This recorded webinar discusses the Planning step in the SPF process. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on September 28, 2016, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate. This webinar is designed specifically for substance use professionals; however, individuals from public health, treatment, youth work and related fields will benefit from the information presented.
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This webinar provides an overview of the planning phase of the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF). Get ready for a lively discussion that invites participants to share their advice and concerns and interact with highly trained experts from the Indiana Prevention Resource Center.

Objectives include:

-Incorporating community data into the decision-making process

-Inviting communities members to have their opinions heard

-Reviewing the logic model

-Using evidence-based approaches that meet the community needs

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Interpreting Evaluation Data
Aug 22, 2016 Short Online Training (15-20 minutes)
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This course is part two of the Evaluation Series and is designed for professionals and students in many fields, including health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health. Objectives include:

  • Recognize the foundational components necessary for evaluation
  • Understand the cut-point evaluation method
  • Communicate the evaluation findings with the public

Courses offered by the IPRC are approved by the following Boards, under Indiana Code 25-1-4-0.2 . Under this code, several professions (Social Workers and Clinical Social Workers; Marriage and Family Therapists; Mental Health Counselors; Addiction Counselors; Chiropractors; Dentists and Dental Hygienists; Dietitians; Health Facility Administrators; Massage Therapy; Medical; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant and Psychology) are included. For a complete list of professions, check here.

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Drug Overview: Methamphetamine
Sep 20, 2016 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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The Indiana Prevention Resource Center invites you to complete a self-study course on methamphetamine. This educational module has been designed for professionals and students in many fields, including healthcare, mental health, criminal justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health.

By the end of this module, you will have completed the following objectives:

  • Learn about the production of methamphetamine and methods of use.
  • Discover the history of methamphetamine.
  • Review the effects of use and long term abuse on the brain, body, and special populations.
  • Explore treatment options for methamphetamine use and abuse.
  • Identify national and state data relative to methamphetamine us

If you are interested in receiving CHES credit for this course, please email Mary Lay at maholtsc@indiana.edu

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Info Gain: How to Describe, Detail and Advocate for Data Collection Surveys Webinar
Nov 15, 2016 This recorded webinar discusses data collection surveys, specifically the Indiana Youth Survey. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on November 15, 2016, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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Surveys can provide valuable data and insight into populations. However, it can be challenging to convey the importance of survey collection. This webinar will assist in:

1) Learning talking points about how to advocate for surveys in schools

2) Being comfortable with the changes in the INYS this year

3) Connecting responses to health and academics (interpreting results or understanding the measures used)

4) Understanding consent that is needed for survey participation

5) Finding sources of data for other populations

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Sustainability: What's the Plan Webinar
Dec 6, 2016 This recorded webinar discusses sustainability. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on December 6, 2016, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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What is your sustainability plan? This interactive webinar presented by experts from the Indiana Prevention Resource Center gives prevention providers the tools to answer these questions:

-Why should I have a sustainability plan?

-When do I plan?

-How do I plan?

-How do I develop a financial plan?

-How do I develop a sustainability committee?

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The Sustainability Solution:Proactive Approaches for Community Coalitions
Dec 14, 2016 Online Training (1 hour); Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. CEUs available on IU Expand will be temporarily unavailable beginning on June 22, 2021.
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Welcome to The Sustainability Solution: Proactive Approaches for Community Coalitions module! This is a self-paced, engaging, and dynamic course designed to provide a more in-depth understanding of the sustainability phase within the Strategic Prevention Framework. This course was developed by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC) with funding support from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction. This course is designed to reach a wide range of professions, including mental health, criminal justice, health care, education, law, substance treatment, social work, youth development, behavioral health, public health, faith, recovery, and others.

Learning objectives

    • Define and operationalize sustainment in terms of fiscal, capacity, and coalition infrastructure elements.
    • Assess the extent to which the factors that promote sustainability are present within organizations.
    • Conduct a gaps analysis of representative membership across community sectors.
    • List multiple tactics for retaining coalition (or organization) members.
    • Describe examples of sustainable systems change and its contribution to addressing long-term community outcomes.
    • List factors that should be considered when prioritizing what strategies and programs should be sustained.
    • Understand what comprises a diversified approach to sustainment.
    • Develop a formal sustainment plan and targeted outcomes using an action plan format.
    • Identify multiple fundraising ideas and strategies that can be applied locally.
    • Describe multiple internet fundraising best practices and understand how to incorporate these elements into the organization’s online fundraising processes.

Courses offered by the IPRC are approved for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) under Indiana Code 25-1-4-0.2. Under this code, several professions (Social Workers and Clinical Social Workers; Marriage and Family Therapists; Mental Health Counselors; Addiction Counselors; Chiropractors; Dentists and Dental Hygienists; Dietitians; Health Facility Administrators; Massage Therapy; Medical; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant and Psychology) are included. For a complete list of professions, check here.

 

*This module requires the use of audio equipment. Please ensure that speakers or headsets are available prior to initiating this module. Text files for narration are available in each section that contains audio.

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Prevention Certification (CPS)
Jan 2, 2017 *Updated!* Online Training (30 minutes) In order to show completion in the course, you must click the "Return to Training Portal to Receive Certificate" at the end of the presentation.
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This online course was developed using funds provided by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction.

This course walks you through the process of obtaining your Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Credential in the state of Indiana. Throughout the course and at the top of the page in the Resource Tab, there are resources and tips to assist in applying for this credential. As this is a course to identify the steps of a credential, no continuing education hours will be given. In order to show completion in the course, you must click the "Return to Training Portal to Receive Certificate" at the end of the presentation.

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Environmental Strategies Webinar
Feb 7, 2017 This recorded webinar discusses environmental strategies. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on February 7, 2017, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate. Environmental strategies focus on creating long-term change in the environment, which makes it easier for more members of the community to make healthy decisions. This webinar is intended to provide information and tools for coalitions and organizations currently utilizing environmental strategies.
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The webinar will address these objectives: 

*Identify the differences between individual and environmental strategies, the strengths and weaknesses of each, and how they can complement each other in a comprehensive plan

*Understand the four strategies for community change that are environmental in nature

*Identify data points (risk/protective factors, problem behaviors) that can be addressed by environmental strategies

*Identify action steps for two types of environmental strategies: policy change and media campaigns


Courses offered by the IPRC are approved by the following Boards, under Indiana Code 25-1-4-0.2. Under this code, several professions (Social Workers and Clinical Social Workers; Marriage and Family Therapists; Mental Health Counselors; Addiction Counselors; Chiropractors; Dentists and Dental Hygienists; Dietitians; Health Facility Administrators; Massage Therapy; Medical; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant and Psychology) are included. For a complete list of professions, check here.

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Using Motivational Interviewing (MI Booster)
Jul 7, 2017 This one-hour self-paced course is a follow-up training to the Introduction to Motivational Interviewing module. Beginning on July 1, 2020, the CEU certificates for these self-paced 1-hour modules will require a $15/CEU payment. All content will still be available at no cost, and you will receive a participation certificate that you passed the module, but no hours or CEUs will be presented on the standard certificate. After July 1, 2020, information will be provided for how to pay and access the CEU certificate for these modules.
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This one-hour self-paced course is a follow-up training to the Introduction to Motivational Interviewing module. This course is geared towards professionals in healthcare, behavioral healthcare, addictions treatment and allied healthcare settings with an understanding of motivational interviewing. This course focuses on strengthening early knowledge through practice. This course also encourages a deeper understanding of MI by focusing on higher level skills.

In this course, participants will meet the following applied objectives:

  • Practice the application of core skills and concepts within the context of each of the four Motivational Interviewing processes (Engage, Focus, Evoke, Plan).
  • Recognize change talk and sustain talk.
  • Observe and manage discord.
  • Understand resources for developing MI competence.

This course is intended to be a follow-up to the Introduction to Motivational Interviewing module. Additional practice and in-person training with coaching and feedback is recommended for further development of Motivational Interviewing competency.

This course is based on Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change
(3rd ed.)
, (Miller & Rollnick, 2013).

1 CEU is earned through the completion of this course.

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Marketing and Communication Planning Webinar
Sep 28, 2017 This recorded webinar discusses marketing and communication. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on September 28, 2017, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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This webinar will assist with developing an effective marketing and communications strategy that encompasses the mission/vision of their organization or coalition, as well as social marketing or social norms strategies implemented as part of an overall prevention plan.

 

Topics items will include:

  • Defining the overall goal of the organization and determining how current communication efforts support the goal
  • How to communicate your organization or coalition’s why instead of the what
  • Assessing the visibility of your organization or coalition
  • Effective communication concepts (simplicity, timing, key messaging)
  • Target audiences (for recruiting coalition members, engaging stakeholders and reaching the target population)
  • Communication platforms and channels and when/why to use each
  • Measuring success/evaluation and avoiding barriers
  • Staffing considerations regarding communication
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DFC Grant Application Pacing
Oct 1, 2017 Technical Assistance to help pace your community through the application process of the Drug Free Communities Support Grant over a six month period.
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Utilize the IPRC’s excellent grant writing coaching to pace your coalition through the DFC application process— from meeting the minimum requirements, gathering all the required documents, and moving your coalition through the writing process — we will help you do it all! 

For $150 per community, you'll receive support for the next six months (October - March), through: 
· Monthly list of tasks to accomplish
· Short explanation video
· Mid-month peer sharing and discussion
· FOA response guidance
· Discount to grant-writing retreat (anticipated to be held in February)
· Submission seminar (anticipated to be held in March)

Great for Anyone interested in applying — first time or repeat applicants — if you’re considering applying, let us support you through the process!

 

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Comprehensive Prevention Planning Webinar
Jan 11, 2018 This recorded webinar discusses comprehensive prevention planning. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on January 11, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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This webinar will build upon the Comprehensive Needs Assessment training by providing further insight and guidance to layer and connect evidence-based programs, environmental strategies and communication messages to risk factors, domains and risk behaviors. Workshopping of community plans will be incorporated, as well as examples and discussion for creating a coordinated response to substance abuse prevention that engages community members, coalition members and the target populations, thorough planning, and multiple collaborative strategies for a coordinated response to improve substance related consequences. 

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Culture Training Part 1 Webinar
Mar 8, 2018 This recorded webinar discusses culture in Indiana. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on March 8, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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The training will assist participants with developing an understanding of groups and cultures in Indiana and discuss how cultivating cross-cultural skills can reduce barriers and create opportunities for more successful prevention efforts. Patterns, practices, traditions and values all play a role in how people communicate and behave. Without insight into how to engage with individuals from a variety of cultures, misunderstanding can occur. Participant interaction, case scenarios and activities will be included in this training. Participants will participate in an assessment in order to collect data to identify the cultural groups and disparities most prevalent in Indiana. Additional research and interpretation of existing data will be included in the assessment.

 

Agenda items will include:

  • Understanding of one’s own culture and identity
  • Awareness of disparities
  • Acknowledging the dynamics of differences
  • How to incorporate cultural and linguistic competence into work
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Allowable Advocacy: Educating and Advocating Webinar
May 10, 2018 This recorded webinar focuses on the relationship between education, advocacy, and lobbying, while helping participants to understand the law related to lobbying. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on May 10, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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This training focuses on the relationship between education, advocacy, and lobbying, while helping participants to understand the law related to lobbying. It also emphasizes why advocacy is crucial for the success of organizations and the health of the public. By using relevant examples and first-hand experience, it empowers prevention professionals to understand their vital role in advocating for change.

Objectives of this training include:

  • Understand education, advocacy and lobbying
  • Understand the legal definition of lobbying and be able to state the key components required for an activity to constitute lobbying
  • Understand what federal dollars can and cannot do for your organization
  • Empower you to go forth and advocate
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Culture Training Part 2 Webinar
Mar 22, 2018 This recorded webinar discusses culture in Indiana. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on March 22, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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The training will assist participants with developing an understanding of groups and cultures in Indiana and discuss how cultivating cross-cultural skills can reduce barriers and create opportunities for more successful prevention efforts. Patterns, practices, traditions and values all play a role in how people communicate and behave. Without insight into how to engage with individuals from a variety of cultures, misunderstanding can occur. Participant interaction, case scenarios and activities will be included in this training. Participants will participate in an assessment in order to collect data to identify the cultural groups and disparities most prevalent in Indiana. Additional research and interpretation of existing data will be included in the assessment.

 

Agenda items will include:

  • Understanding of one’s own culture and identity
  • Awareness of disparities
  • Acknowledging the dynamics of differences
  • How to incorporate cultural and linguistic competence into work
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Understanding Youth Webinar
Apr 3, 2018 This recorded webinar discusses youth. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on April 3, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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This training will increase awareness, competency and sensitivity to youth development.

 

Agenda items include:

  • Youth development
  • Health disparities youth experience
  • Behavior change among youth
  • Leading risks related to youth and development
  • Youth culture
  • Terminology and expressions
  • Social media/relationship to social messaging and texting
  • How to relate to youth
  • Youth relationship building
  • How to engage youth

 

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More Than Billboards: Using Social Media Platforms to Move Your Message Webinar
Jun 12, 2018 This recorded webinar examines using social media platforms to move messages to the appropriate audiences. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on June 12, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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Messages are constantly moving, especially when they relate to health and behavior change. It is important for organizations and coalitions to convey messages in a concise and informative way that resonates with individuals to act. This training examines using social media platforms to move messages to the appropriate audiences.

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Marijuana: Harmless Weed or Chronic Problem Webinar
Nov 8, 2018 This recorded webinar is part of a series of trainings related to the state's priority drug issues as determined by the Center for Health Policy's report, "The Consumption and Consequences of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs in Indiana: A State Epidemiological Profile." If you were not able to watch this live on November 8, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take the quiz to receive a certificate. This series will increase knowledge of Indiana priority drugs; function as a platform for conversations and questions; and serve as ATOD hours for the CPS certification.
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This webinar is part of a series of trainings related to the state’s priority drug issues as determined by the Center for Health Policy’s report, “The Consumption and Consequences of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs in Indiana: A State Epidemiological Profile.” This series will increase knowledge of Indiana priority drugs; function as a platform for conversations and questions; and serve as ATOD hours for the CPS certification.

DMHA sub-recipients have enormous tasks and responsibilities including relationship building, management, budgeting, grant writing, planning, etc. Also serving as a community prevention mobilizer, they are seen as an expert on substances and take on a responsibility and obligation to fully understand substances in which their communities are focusing prevention efforts. Coordinators are often asked to attend and actively participate in community meetings, guest panels, town hall assemblies, coalition meetings and awareness events. In any of these situations, coordinators should be able to answer questions about the substance issue in their community and engage in discussions related to the substance (risks and results of use; use and consequence data; crime and reporting; new ways of administration; linkage to co-occurring disorders; updated policy and laws; correlation between use of this substance and other substances; updated risk reduction measures; newest treatment information, etc.). This webinar will be outlined in a manner that expands on introductory topics in the online course and also allow for questions from participants and facilitated conversations about the substances. Resources for ongoing professional development will be reviewed. Jasynda Radanovich, Director of Workforce Development at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center, will deliver this webinar.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:
ï‚· Domain 1: Task 1, 3, 6, 7, 10
ï‚· Domain 2: Task 5
ï‚· Domain 3: Task 1
ï‚· Domain 4: Task 6, 9
ï‚· Domain 5: Task 4
ï‚· Domain 6: Task 1, 8, 9, 10

Upon registration via the training portal, participants will receive the webinar link and call-in number. As a prerequisite, participants should take the Marijuana course located on the IPRC training portal. This webinar will be recorded, edited and posted to the training portal within one week of the live event.

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Notre Dame: Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (MI) for College Campuses
Jan 11, 2019 January 11, 2019 9am-5pm Notre Dame Campus The McWell Team invites campus partners to participate in training in Motivational Interviewing to support the SBIRT grant project fudned through 21st Century Cures funds.
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What to Expect:

This one-day training will be highly interactive. Participants will experience group activities, role-play, videos, lecture and skills practice.

Audience: 

Counselors, social workers, graduate students or healthcare professionals that have direct patient/client interactions. All levels of skill are welcome.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients.

¨ Explore use of Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Introduce and practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainer:

Kaitlyn Reho,MPH, MCHES, MATS

Motivational Interviewing Trainer

Indiana University– Bloomington

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Drug Update: Prescription Drugs Webinar
Dec 5, 2018 This recorded webinar is part of a series of trainings related to the state’s priority drug issues as determined by the Center for Health Policy's report, "The Consumption and Consequences of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs in Indiana: A State Epidemiological Profile." If you were not able to watch this live on December 5, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take the quiz to receive a certificate. This series will increase knowledge of Indiana priority drugs; function as a platform for conversations and questions; and serve as ATOD hours for the CPS certification.
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This recorded webinar is part of a series of trainings related to the state’s priority drug issues as determined by the Center for Health Policy’s report, “The Consumption and Consequences of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs in Indiana: A State Epidemiological Profile.” This series will increase knowledge of Indiana priority drugs; function as a platform for conversations and questions; and serve as ATOD hours for the CPS certification.

DMHA sub-recipients have enormous tasks and responsibilities including relationship building, management, budgeting, grant writing, planning, etc. Also serving as a community prevention mobilizer, they are seen as an expert on substances and take on a responsibility and obligation to fully understand substances in which their communities are focusing prevention efforts. Coordinators are often asked to attend and actively participate in community meetings, guest panels, town hall assemblies, coalition meetings and awareness events. In any of these situations, coordinators should be able to answer questions about the substance issue in their community and engage in discussions related to the substance (risks and results of use; use and consequence data; crime and reporting; new ways of administration; linkage to co-occurring disorders; updated policy and laws; correlation between use of this substance and other substances; updated risk reduction measures; newest treatment information, etc.). This webinar will be outlined in a manner that expands on introductory topics in the online course, and also allow for questions from participants and facilitated conversations about the substances. Resources for ongoing professional development will be reviewed.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

  • Domain 1: Task 1, 3, 6, 7, 10,
  • Domain 2: Task 5
  • Domain 3: Task 1
  • Domain 4: Task 6, 9
  • Domain 5: Task 4
  • Domain 6: Task 1, 8, 9, 10
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Life Cycles of a Coalition Webinar
Dec 11, 2018 If you were not able to watch this live on December 11, 2018, you will now be able to watch and take the quiz to receive a certificate. Lisa Hutcheson, the Director of the Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking and Vice President of Policy and Programs for Mental Health America of Indiana, presented this webinar. Lisa advocates for stronger local and state policies and laws and reducing youth access to alcohol. Life Cycles of a Coalition looks at the ways coalitions grow and change, what to expect in each stage, and how to anticipate and overcome the challenges of coalitions.
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Lisa Hutcheson, the Director of the Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking and Vice President of Policy and Programs for Mental Health America of Indiana, will present this webinar. Lisa advocates for stronger local and state policies and laws and reducing youth access to alcohol. Life Cycles of a Coalition looks at the ways coalitions grow and change, what to expect in each stage, and how to anticipate and overcome the challenges of coalitions.

As a result of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Describe a formal and informal coalition
  • Identify the stages of a coalition
  • Give examples of the life cycles of a coalition they have been involved with and how those stages impacted the work of that coalition
  • Assess their own coalitions and determine in which stage they fit

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

  • Domain 1: Task 3, 18
  • Domain 2: Task 1
  • Domain 3: Task 2, 7
  • Domain 4: Task 3, 4, 5
  • Domain 5: Task 1, 5
  • Domain 6: Task 1
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Online Learning Experience: Introduction to Motivational Interviewing Training
Jan 15, 2019 January 15, 2019 & January 16, 2019, 9am-12:30pm ET (Must Attend Both Parts Online), Online Webinar; Cost: $85/person; Mallori DeSalle, MA, LMHC, NCC, CCMHC, CPS, MATS, Member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Audience: 

Counselors, social workers, graduate students or healthcare professionals that have direct patient/client interactions. All levels of skill are welcome.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

-Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainer:

Mallori DeSalle, MA, LMHC, CCMHC, NCC, CPS, MATS

Motivational Interviewing Trainer

Member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

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Policy Webinar
Jan 9, 2019 If you were not able to watch this live on January 9, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take the quiz to receive a certificate. Prevention professionals know that policy change has a lasting, environmental impact on behavior change related to substance use practices. In the past, training in this topic focused on the why, how, and processes of policy change. This webinar will concentrate on what communities need to get started with true policy change, how to generate motivation and momentum, and how to overcome resistance or obstacles. Overall, this recorded webinar will assist with answering, “What should we do when our efforts aren’t working?”
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Prevention professionals know that policy change has a lasting, environmental impact on behavior change related to substance use practices. In the past, training in this topic focused on the why, how, and processes of policy change. This webinar will concentrate on what communities need to get started with true policy change, how to generate motivation and momentum, and how to overcome resistance or obstacles. Overall, this webinar will assist with answering, “What should we do when our efforts aren’t working?”

Policy experts will present this training. The webinar will help participants develop:
 An understanding of common obstacles for policy change
 The ability to diagnose common hindrances for policy change
 The ability to explore why some policy change efforts persevere and others fall apart
 The capacity to assess local political and cultural factors that can leverage or challenge change
 The skills to delineate approaches for overcoming impediments related to policy adoption or modification

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:
 Domain 1: Task 1, 3, 10
 Domain 2: Task 1
 Domain 3: Task 2, 3
 Domain 4: Task 3, 4, 7, 9
 Domain 5: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
 Domain 6: Task 1, 8

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Alcohol Update Webinar
Jan 24, 2019 If you were not able to watch this live on January 24, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take the quiz to receive a certificate. This recorded webinar is part of a series of trainings related to the state’s priority drug issues as determined by the Center for Health Policy’s report, “The Consumption and Consequences of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs in Indiana: A State Epidemiological Profile.” This series will increase knowledge of Indiana priority drugs; function as a platform for conversations and questions; and serve as ATOD hours for the CPS certification.
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DMHA sub-recipients have enormous tasks and responsibilities including relationship building, management, budgeting, grant writing, planning, etc. Also serving as a community prevention mobilizer, they are seen as an expert on substances and take on a responsibility and obligation to fully understand substances in which their communities are focusing prevention efforts. Coordinators are often asked to attend and actively participate in community meetings, guest panels, town hall assemblies, coalition meetings and awareness events. In any of these situations, coordinators should be able to answer questions about the substance issue in their community and engage in discussions related to the substance (risks and results of use; use and consequence data; crime and reporting; new ways of administration; linkage to co-occurring disorders; updated policy and laws; correlation between use of this substance and other substances; updated risk reduction measures; newest treatment information, etc.). This webinar will be outlined in a manner that expands on introductory topics in the online course, and also allow for questions from participants and facilitated conversations about the substances. Resources for ongoing professional development will be reviewed.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:
 Domain 1: Task 1, 3, 6, 7, 10
 Domain 2: Task 5
 Domain 3: Task 1
 Domain 4: Task 6, 9
 Domain 5: Task 4
 Domain 6: Task 1, 8, 9, 10

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Sweating the Small Stuff Webinar
Mar 1, 2019 If you were not able to watch this webinar live on March 1, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take the quiz in order to receive a certificate; Lisa Hutcheson, the Director of the Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking and Vice President of Policy and Programs for Mental Health America of Indiana, will present this webinar. Lisa advocates for stronger local and state policies and laws and reducing youth access to alcohol. Sweating the Small Stuff will look at why seemingly insignificant challenges or successes mean a lot in prevention work, building relationships and policy change.
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Lisa Hutcheson, the Director of the Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking and Vice President of Policy and Programs for Mental Health America of Indiana, will present this webinar. Lisa advocates for stronger local and state policies and laws and reducing youth access to alcohol. Sweating the Small Stuff will look at why seemingly insignificant challenges or successes mean a lot in prevention work, building relationships and policy change.

As a result of the webinar, participants will be able to:
 Identify how "small stuff" can impact their work
 Discuss how there is power in "small things"
 Identify whether or not "small stuff" is negative or positive
 Plan ways to celebrate small successes

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:
 Domain 1: Task 2, 4
 Domain 2: Task 1
 Domain 4: Task 3, 5

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Drug Update: Stimulants and Tobacco Webinar
May 21, 2019 This recorded webinar is part of a series of trainings related to the state's priority drug issues as determined by the Center for Health Policy's report, "The Consumption and Consequences of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs in Indiana: A State Epidemiological Profile." If you were not able to watch this webinar live on May 21, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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This webinar is part of a series of trainings related to the state's priority drug issues as determined by the Center for Health Policy's report, "The Consumption and Consequences of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs in Indiana: A State Epidemiological Profile." This series will increase knowledge of Indiana priority drugs; function as a platform for conversations and questions; and serve as ATOD hours for the CPS certification.

DMHA sub-recipients have enormous tasks and responsibilities including relationship building, management, budgeting, grant writing, planning, etc. Also serving as a community prevention mobilizer, they are seen as an expert on substances and take on a responsibility and obligation to fully understand substances in which their communities are focusing prevention efforts. Coordinators are often asked to attend and actively participate in community meetings, guest panels, town hall assemblies, coalition meetings and awareness events. In any of these situations, coordinators should be able to answer questions about the substance issue in their community and engage in discussions related to the substance (risks and results of use; use and consequence data; crime and reporting; new ways of administration; linkage to co-occurring disorders; updated policy and laws; correlation between use of this substance and other substances; updated risk reduction measures; newest treatment information, etc.). This webinar will be outlined in a manner that expands on introductory topics in the online course, and also allow for questions from participants and facilitated conversations about the substances. Resources for ongoing professional development will be reviewed.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

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Preventing Underage Drinking Webinar
Jun 12, 2019 If you were not able to watch this webinar live on June 12, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate. The goal of this training is to provide communities with information and tools to address underage drinking and change the community norms surrounding underage drinking.
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The goal of this training is to provide communities with information and tools to address underage drinking and change the community norms surrounding underage drinking. Lisa Hutcheson, the Director of the Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking and Vice President of Policy and Programs for Mental Health America of Indiana, will present this webinar. Lisa advocates for stronger local and state policies and laws and reducing youth access to alcohol. Preventing Underage Drinking will describe "where are we" in terms of the massive task of preventing underage drinking. The webinar will also present information regarding why kids are drinking, how they get it and best practices for reducing underage drinking at home and in the community. Evidence-based practices and environmental approaches are also on the agenda. This training will incorporate experiences and feedback from participants, allowing for an interactive session.

Attendees will gain the following:
 Learn why minors are drinking and where they get alcohol
 What types of alcohol are being most consumed by minors
 Evidence-based policies and programs to reduce underage drinking
 Changing the frame of underage drinking
 Addressing challenges with local and state prevention efforts
 News from the national front

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:
 Domain 1: Task 2, 5, 6, 10
 Domain 2: Task 3
 Domain 4: Task 9
 Domain 5: Task 3, 6
 Domain 6: Task 1

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New Federal Fiscal Year Kick-Off for PFS Grantees
Oct 22, 2019 October 22 from 10am-12pm ET
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PFS grantees will come together virtually to discuss final plans and requirements for the final year of the PFS grant. Grantees should come prepared to ask questions about requirements, claims, procedures, etc.

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Social Media and Branding Webinar
Dec 11, 2019 This recorded webinar discusses social media and branding. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on December 11, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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This webinar will serve as a guide for social media and branding for community oriented organizations. Social media can increase awareness, attract people to your mission and inform the community about your focus and work.

By the end of this webinar, participants will learn the following:

  • An overview of social media branding
  • Strategies for branding
  • How to develop your voice
  • Identifying the audience
  • When, where and how often to connect
  • How to engage people through social media

This webinar will be delivered by Story Shop.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

Domain 1: Task 5, 19

Domain 2: Task 1, 3, 5

Domain 3: Task 1, 2, 3, 7, 8

Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 9

Domain 5: Task 4, 6

Domain 6: Task 3, 5, 8

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Engaging Health Disparate Populations Webinar
Oct 16, 2019 If you were not able to watch this webinar live on October 16, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.This recorded webinar explores what coalitions can do in order in a step by step process through their current Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF).
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Health disparities continue to separate vulnerable populations from desirable positive health outcomes and wellbeing.  Coalitions can be used as a public health instrument to identify factors that contribute to health inequity.  This webinar will explore what coalitions can do in order in a step by step process through their current Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF). 

By the end of this webinar, participants will learn the following:

  • Additional approaches that complement their coalition's work with the SPF
  • How to build capacity within their coalition to have a true impact on health disparities
  • How to identify and market towards vulnerable populations within their community

This webinar will be delivered by a content expert from Prevention Insights. 

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

  • Domain 1: Task 1, 2, 3, 5, 9, 11, 19
  • Domain 2: Task 1, 2
  • Domain 3: Task 1, 7
  • Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 3, 5, 7
  • Domain 5: Task 5
  • Domain 6: Task 3
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How to Integrate ACES Into Substance Use Prevention Efforts Webinar
Nov 12, 2019 This recorded webinar discusses Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES). If you were not able to watch this webinar live on November 12, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are potentially traumatic events that can have negative, lasting effects on health and well-being.  Research has informed that ACEs are common and strongly linked to a variety of substance misuse and related behavioral health outcomes.  Therefore, preventing ACEs and engaging in early identification of people who have experienced them could have a significant impact on reducing substance use and other critical health problems. 

As a result of this training, participants can integrate ACEs into their community efforts by learning to:

  • Collect state, county, and local level ACEs data to inform local decision-making.
  • Increase awareness of ACEs among key community and governmental stakeholders.
  • Include ACEs among the primary risk and protective factors when engaging in prevention planning efforts.
  • Select and implement programs and strategies designed to address ACEs, including efforts focused on reducing intergenerational transmission of ACEs.
  • Use ACEs research and local ACEs data to protect groups of people who may be at higher risk for substance use disorders and to conduct targeted prevention. 

 

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

Domain 1: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 18, 19

Domain 2: Task 5

Domain 3: Task 2, 5, 7

Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Domain 5: Task 1, 2, 4, 5, 6

Domain 6: Task 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Preparing for Potential Marijuana Legalization
Feb 19, 2020 This recorded webinar discusses the potential of marijuana legalization. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on February 19, 2020, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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Indiana now has two neighboring states with legal recreational marijuana. This legality creates a difficult approach for prevention professionals who must balance the political pros and cons of legalization, along with the changing social norms of legalization of a Schedule I drug. In this webinar, participants will learn how organizations from states with legalized marijuana prepared for the change. Lessons learned, prevention techniques, workplace standards, social messaging and tracking data will all be addressed. 

Prevention Insights and Great Lakes Region 5 Prevention Technology Transfer Center will facilitate this training event, which will include prevention specialists from neighboring states.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: 
Domain 1: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 18, 19
Domain 2: Task 5
Domain 3: Task 2, 5, 7
Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Domain 5: Task 1, 2, 4, 5, 6
Domain 6: Task 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Health Disparities Webinar
Nov 19, 2019 This recorded webinar discusses health disparities. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on November 19, 2019, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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This webinar will involve information sharing from content experts in the area of health disparities and their connection to public health. Trainers will facilitate group conversations about strategies to reduce health disparities in Indiana communities. Participants will be asked to discuss what they have done to decrease health disparities and increase inclusivity in their communities, as well as any plans to sustain their positive outcomes in this area.

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Talking to the Press Webinar
Jan 21, 2020 This recorded webinar discusses social media and branding. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on January 21, 2020, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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This webinar was developed using funds provided by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction.

Community mobilizers have enormous tasks and responsibilities including relationship building, management, budgeting, grant writing, planning, etc. Key stakeholders are often asked to attend and actively participate in community meetings, guest panels, town hall assemblies, coalition meetings and awareness events. In any of these situations, coordinators can be interviewed by the media. This webinar will focus on how to get your message across, how to effectively speak on important issues and provide guidance on how to communicate with different types of media.

Participants will be able to:

  • Avoid media mishaps
  • Identify tips for talking to the press
  • Learn how to create your story
  • Understand media outlets
  • Identify top messages to use in media messaging
  • Practice how to be quotable

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

Domain 3: Task 1, 2, 5, 7

Domain 5: Task 4, 6

Domain 6: Task 7, 8

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Community Collaboration Webinar
Mar 26, 2020 This recorded webinar discusses community collaboration. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on March 26, 2020, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate. This webinar will focus on building, fostering, solidifying and maintaining collaborative relationships.
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Collaboration is a term often used in community-oriented work. Collaboration can mean working together, forging relationships to accomplish goals and contributing time, effort and resources to a cause. This webinar will focus on building, fostering, solidifying and maintaining collaborative relationships. Mutually agreed-upon focus and priorities create long-lasting, efficient change among like-minded organizations. Moreover, this process creates broad-based community involvement and ownership.

As a result of this training webinar, participants will gain knowledge and build skills in:

  • Developing Memorandum of Understanding in various areas within the Strategic Prevention Framework
  • Using more than financial agreements as in-kind support
  • Outcomes to ensure accountability for resources
  • Securing resources to implement strategies, work plans and overall prevention efforts
  • Strategies for holding organizations, coalitions and workgroups accountable and committed to processes
  • Confirming milestones and benchmarks to create accountability
  • Creating opportunities for community organization and shared goals
  • Decreasing turf conflict, duplication or fragmentation of resources and problem du jour
  • Avoiding use of untested or proven ineffective programs

This webinar will be delivered by a content expert from Prevention Insights.  

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

Domain 1: Task 2, 3, 4, 11, 17, 18

Domain 2: Task 1, 5                               

Domain 3: Task 1, 2, 7, 8

Domain 4: Task  2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Domain 5: Task 1, 5

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Culminating Reflection: Part 1 Webinar
Jan 16, 2020 The Culminating Reflection is a portfolio project that will allow PFS grantees to reflect on the steps and processes within their role as a change agent in their community, while using the Strategic Prevention Framework. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on January 16, 2020, you will now be able to watch in order to receive a completion certificate.
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This webinar was developed using funds provided by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction.

The Culminating Reflection is a portfolio project that will allow PFS grantees to reflect on the steps and processes within their role as a change agent in their community, while using the Strategic Prevention Framework. The portfolio is intended to provide additional information and specific examples of work completed within each community.  Grantees will share success stories of what they achieved and how they measured success.  They will also include any challenges faced and steps taken to overcome those challenges.  This will be an opportunity for grantees to document the work performed within the context of the PFS grant. 

This two-part webinar series will assist grantees in developing and presenting a final portfolio to reflect upon the PFS grant cycle and process. Grantees will be given portfolio expectations, guidelines, templates and other resources to assist in creating a portfolio. Resources and training will be tailored to sections required in the portfolio, including but not limited to: lessons learned and applied, major and minor outcomes, evaluation findings, next steps, accomplishments, numbers served, collaborative activities, suggestions for future activities, sustainable actions, cultural considerations, etc. Grantees will be given expectations and guidelines throughout the fiscal year. The first webinar will be devoted to expectations, with resources and templates provided.

The final webinar will be an opportunity for grantees to showcase their portfolio and highlights from their experience.

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A Practical Approach for Transforming Communities through Policy and Systems Change
Jan 22, 2020 A Practical Approach for Transforming Communities through Policy and Systems Change
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Prevention Insights invites you to complete a self-study course on policy and systems change. This educational module has been designed for professionals and students in many fields, including healthcare, mental health, criminal justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health.

 

By the end of this module, you will have completed the following objectives:

  • Compare the three types of change interventions.

  • Describe the different methods of policy making.

  • Identify times when change is likely to occur.

  • Explain the six steps of problem identification.

  • Assess strategies for mobilizing stakeholders.

  • Evaluate steps of effective policy change.

  • Justify evaluation outcomes and methodology.

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Inclusive Language and Practices in Prevention: Focus on LGBTQ+ Webinar
Apr 14, 2020 This recorded webinar discusses inclusive language. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on April 14, 2020, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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LGBTQ cultural competency training is widely used and highly recommended for staff working in healthcare settings and social service organizations. Indeed, the federal Department of Health and Human Services encourages new and existing human services programs to include LGBTQ cultural competency curricula, as “the lack of culturally competent providers is a significant barrier to quality health care for many LGBTQ people, particularly those who identify as transgender.”

Agenda topics in this webinar will include:

  • Understanding inclusive language and why it is especially important for the LGBTQ+ population
  • Breaking down terminology, understanding its importance and learning to adopt it into everyday use 
  • Health disparities in the LGBTQ+ population
  • Specific ways to be inclusive in prevention practices

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

Domain 1: Task 6, 7, 19

Domain 2: Task 2, 3                                 

Domain 3: Task 2, 3, 7

Domain 4: Task 3, 4

Domain 6: Task 3

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Resilience & Thriving Webinar
May 20, 2020 May 20, 2020, 1:00pm-2:30pm ET, Cost: $15/person; Online event
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This course will provide you with easy-to-use and practical skills for identifying and managing stress at home and work. Go from coping to thriving using resilience. 

From this online learning, participants will: 

  • Learn how to use stress as a positive resource for resilience and thriving
  • Identify early and later warning signs of poor coping and ways to address or get help
  • Receive an 8-page workbook with exercises you can continue to use
  • Learn mind-body tools for adapting a positive mind-set in the face of stress
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Empowered Health Consciousness Webinar
Jun 3, 2020 June 3, 2020, 1:00pm-2:30pm ET, Cost: $15/person; Online event
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A key element of thriving comes from the ability to navigate unhealthy behaviors and choose overall well-being. Health consciousness skills enable you to sustain a resilient environment when difficulties arise. This course teaches simple, practical skills that are evidence-based. 

From this online learning, participants will: 

  • Understand the keys to thriving using the Six Dimensions of Wellness
  • Uncover the four most common triggers that derail well-being
  • Empower you to recognize unhealthy behaviors before they interfere
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Financial Wellness Webinar
Jun 17, 2020 June 17, 2020, 1:00pm-2:30pm ET, Cost: $15/person; Online event
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"Living Financially Well" is an important aspect of wellness. This course is designed to offer skills and resources to enhance the financial wellness of participants.

From this online learning, participants will: 

  • Identify how an individual's financial wellness relates to the NWI's Six Dimensions of Wellness Model
  • Develop a logical argument for providing Financial Wellness Education to individuals, communities, and organizations
  • Reflect on how our past experience with money and how we feel about money play a direct role in our financial wellness
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How To Tell Your Story Webinar
Jun 15, 2020 This recorded webinar discusses storytelling and marketing. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on June 15, 2020, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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We have all had a casual conversation with friends about what we do at work, or we have practiced an elevator speech for networking. Another way to communicate about your work and its vision is to tell your organization’s story. In this webinar, participants will gain knowledge and skills in how to tell their story to seek donations and funding; to relay a mission and vision for advocacy; and to communicate a cause within a community.

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the identifiable victim effect
  • Understand the benefits of storytelling
  • Recognize effective storytelling in marketing
  • Motivate people how to act
  • Recall the steps of telling a story for a cause
  • Demonstrate how to make an organization appear unique
  • Understand techniques for conveying a mission, vision and culture of an organization

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

Domain 1: Task 5, 6, 8,

Domain 2: Task 2, 3

Domain 3: Task 1, 2, 3, 5, 7

Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 4

Domain 5: Task 4, 6

Domain 6: Task 4, 8

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Intro to the Strategic Prevention Framework
May 8, 2020 This recorded webinar discusses the SPF. If you were not able to watch this webinar live on May 8, 2020, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate. Participants will learn each of the SPF steps-assessment, capacity, planning, implementation and evaluation. There will be an emphasis on the topics of assessment, capacity and planning, along with an infusion of the importance of cultural competency and sustainability.
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Participants will learn each of the SPF steps-assessment, capacity, planning, implementation and evaluation. There will be an emphasis on the topics of assessment, capacity and planning, along with an infusion of the importance of cultural competency and sustainability. Participants will gain insight into evidence-based, data-driven, strategic planning.

Participants will learn to:

  • Determine when to collect data and when to use existing data for a needs assessment
  • Assess a community’s readiness and resources to address its problems
  • Describe how to assess and prioritize risk and protective factors that influence (or contribute to) the problems
  • Create a logic model for community planning 
  • Explain how a community can build its capacity to prevent the problems identified in its assessment 
  • Decide when and how to invite community members to the decision making table
  • Determine stakeholders in the community
  • List different types of interventions and describe the criteria for selecting an intervention
  • Describe high-quality implementation and why it’s important 
  • Recognize the keys to sustainability 
  • Explain the purpose of evaluation and what to consider when reporting the results 
  • Use evidence-based approaches that meet community needs
  • Incorporate sustainability and cultural competency into planning
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SFY 2021 Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment Block Grant (SAPT-BG) Kick-Off (Virtual)
Jul 20, 2020 This recorded webinar discusses information for currently funded grantees. If you were not able to watch this training live on July 20, 2020, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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The intention of the kick-off event is to provide updates and information to currently funded grantees. This yearly event is an opportunity for grantees to provide introductions or updates regarding their communities, network with prevention colleagues and receive information from DMHA regarding contracts and deliverables.

Staff from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction will facilitate the meeting, with information shared from Prevention Insights.

The meeting will feature:

  • DMHA, Prevention Insights, and DMHA sub-recipient introductions
  • Understanding your contract, deliverables, and scope of work
  • Corkboard procedures for documentation
  • How to claim deliverables with FSSA
  • Lines of communication
  • Presentation of the fiscal training calendar
  • Introduction to the SEOW
  • A fiscal session from an FSSA auditor designed to create an understanding of terminology/common language, financial categories, how to set up financial documents from the start of a contact, common reasons for fiscal disapproval, preparing for audits, and a question/answer session.
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Advanced Motivational Interviewing (Hosted by Scott County CEASE)
Sep 1, 2020 Open to the Public (Hosted by Scott County CEASE, Funded by DMHA) September 1-2 9:00am-12:30pm (Eastern Time Zone) Must attend both days!
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing


 

Trainers:

Janet Delong and Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

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Advanced Motivational Interviewing- (Hosted by: Meridian)
Aug 25, 2020 Training NOW FULL Open to the Public (Hosted by Meridian, Funded by DMHA) August 25-26 9:00am-12:30pm Must attend both days!
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The Training is NOW FULL.

Consider registering for the Advanced Motivational Interviewing-September 1-2, 2020. 

To Register click here:https://iprc.iu.edu/training/training-details.php?crsn=235

 

 

 

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing


 

Trainers:

Janet Delong and Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

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Advanced Motivational Interviewing (Statewide)
Sep 15, 2020 This Training is now FULL September 15-16 9:00am-12:30pm Must attend both days! Open to the Public (Hosted by Prevention Insights, Funded by DMHA)
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This Training is now FULL: Please register for Advanced Motivational Interviewing on September 1-2, 2020. To Register Click Here:https://iprc.iu.edu/training/training-details.php?crsn=235

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing


 

Trainers:

Janet Delong and Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

 

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Community Assessment Workshop
Aug 14, 2020 This recorded webinar is designed to inform participants of the importance of local data, discuss how a data workgroup can design a needs assessment, and review types of data to consider when making decisions. If you were not able to watch this training live on August 14, 2020, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate.
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Step one of SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) is assessment. According to SAMHSA, “the purpose of the assessment step is to understand local prevention needs based on a careful review of data gathered from a variety of sources. These data help planners to identify and prioritize the substance misuse problems present in their community; clarify the impact these problems have on community members; identify the specific factors that contribute to these problems; assess readiness; and determine the resources required to address those factors. Ultimately, a thorough and inclusive assessment process helps to ensure that substance misuse prevention efforts are appropriate and on target.” 

This training is designed to inform participants of the importance of local data, discuss how a data workgroup can design a needs assessment, and review types of data to consider when making decisions. Jasynda Radanovich will deliver this training. After participating in this session, individuals will be able to:

• Identify the type of data to collect (qualitative vs quantitative)

• Describe the methods to collect data (surveys, focus groups, data resources, etc.) 

• Determine what data to collect (substance use, consequence data, perceptions, access, etc.) 

• Discuss risk and protective factors related to substance use

• Decide when data needs to be collected and how often it needs updated 

• Compare local trends to state results 

• Examine existing data to determine the needs of a community

• Understand the sections of a community needs assessment

• Review the fundamental methods of how to interpret data

• Encourage buy-in of data collection and assessing needs 

• Recognize the purpose of a logic model in community planning 

• Utilize a work group to collaboratively collect, interpret and update data 

• Relate each step of the Strategic Prevention Framework to assessment

This training is required for grantees who did not have a DMHA SPF or PFS grant in 2020. Attendance is also required for any newly hired staff at organizations that received a 2020 SABG or PFS grant. Grantees who were funded in 2020 can use the month of August to take a training of choice for professional development related to prevention and/or the SPF. Each grantee should confirm with their TA provider regarding where they quality as “required attendance” or “training of your choice”.  

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8; Domain 4: Task 1, 2; Domain 6: Task 1

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CSAP Core Strategies
Sep 22, 2020 This recorded webinar session, facilitated by Albert Gay and Jasynda Radanovich, will guide participants through each of the six CSAP Core Strategies.
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The Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) is a federal agency that aims to reduce the use of illegal substances and the abuse of legal ones. CSAP encourages the use of "evidence-based programs" for drug and alcohol prevention. In accordance with this mission, six CSAP strategies were developed and approved by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Each of these six strategies are scientifically defensible. They were created to help service providers design and implement prevention programs that work across a diversity of communities. This session, facilitated by Albert Gay and Jasynda Radanovich, will guide participants through each of the six strategies. After participating in this session, individuals will be able to:

• Identify the six types of strategies

• Understand how to disseminate information

• Learn the types of education options for their communities

• Distinguish between the types of social norms campaigns

• Compare the tools available for social norms campaigns 

• Explore the different types of healthy alternative activities 

• Gain competence in problem identification and referral processes

• Realize the details involved in community-based processes 

• Comprehend the big picture potential of environmental strategies 

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 3, 9, 10, 12, 19; Domain 2: Task 1, 5; Domain 3: Task 1; Domain 4: Task 3, 7, 8, 9; Domain 5: Task 4, 5, 6; Domain 6: Task 1

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Prevention Skills Training
Oct 27, 2020 The Prevention Skills Training will offer a comprehensive introduction to the substance abuse prevention field.
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The Prevention Skills Training will offer a comprehensive introduction to the substance abuse prevention field. Grounded in current research and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF), this training is designed to help practitioners develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement effective, data-driven prevention. Using case scenarios, participants will work through each of the SPF steps - assessment, capacity, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Participants get the opportunity to assess data and prioritize risk and protective factors; engage in capacity-building activities and assess community resources and readiness; infuse cultural competency and sustainability in community planning; employ activities to determine best practical fit for implementation; and determine effective measures for short- and long-term evaluation. The Prevention Skills Training will be facilitated by Albert Gay and Jasynda Radanovich.

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Define prevention
  • Explain the continuum of care 
  • Identify key characteristics of the public health approach
  • Describe risk and protective factors in multiple contexts and from the developmental perspective
  • Summarize the evidence-based model of the Strategic Prevention Framework
  • Describe how to assess substance use problems and related behaviors 
  • Explain how health disparities relate to prevention 
  • Describe how to assess the risk and protective factors that influence (or contribute to) the problem behaviors
  • Explain how to assess a community’s readiness and resources to address its problems
  • Explain how a community can build its capacity to prevent the problems identified in its assessment
  • Describe culture and how to apply cultural competence to prevention and promotion
  • Explain how to prioritize risk and protective factors
  • List different types of interventions and describe the criteria for selecting an intervention
  • Recognize the keys to sustainability and how they are integrated into the SPF
  • Describe high-quality implementation and why it is important
  • Explain the purpose of evaluation and what to consider when reporting the results
  • Identify ways to apply the training material to work

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16; Domain 2: Task 1, 2, 3, 4; Domain 3: Task 2; Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9; Domain 5: Task 1, 5; Domain 6: Task 1, 9, 10

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Grant Writing Workshop
Nov 17, 2020 This comprehensive workshop will encompass the vital aspects of writing a proposal that gets funded.
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This comprehensive workshop will encompass the vital aspects of writing a proposal that gets funded. Participants will be able to write grant sections in real time or create an organizational boilerplate for later use by completing commonly requested grant sections including: community overview; coalition or board history; organizational structure; capacity and capability; needs assessment; problem statement and SMART objectives; inclusivity and engagement; intervention implementation; and monitoring, evaluation, and outcomes. 

Hope Sullivan-McMickle will lead this workshop with support from Prevention Insights grant writing and workforce development staff. Our grant writing staff know how reviewers read grants, reasons proposals get rejected, and how to master the technical parts of a grant while still capturing the attention of the reader, determining budget costs, and showcasing matching funds and in-kind funding. 

As a result of the workshop, participants will be able to:

• Map out all aspects of grant writing including how to get started and which areas to write first 

• Follow a rubric to achieve a high score 

• Use powerful sentence structure to write effectively and efficiently

• Provide data in an appropriate way to tell a compelling story

• Describe a problem within an organization to showcase funding need

• Compare a local problem or deficit with other geographical areas to prove need 

• Outline where the organization has been and its future plans in terms of goals, vision and mission

• Organize timelines and milestones

• Utilize a crosswalk resource which features sections from a multitude of grants and request for proposals

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 19; Domain 2: Task 1, 2; Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 7, 8; Domain 5: Task 3, 5; Domain 6: Task 1, 2, 6

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Virtual Adult Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Training
Oct 2, 2020 Virtual session 9am-3pm on October 2, 2020. Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders.
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Why Mental Health First Aid?

Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. This training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to the appropriate care.

Participants will learn:

  • Common signs and symptoms of mental illness
  • How trauma and addition affect mental illness
  • How to help a person developing a mental illness or connect a person in crisis
  • An action plan for assessing, listening, giving reassurance, and encouraging help. 

The course will teach you how to apply the ALGEE action plan:

  • Assess for risk of suicide or harm.
  • Listen nonjudgmentally.
  • Give reassurance and information.
  • Encourage appropriate professional help.
  • Encourage self-help and other support strategies.

 

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Virtual Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Training
Nov 13, 2020 Virtual session 9am-3pm ET on November 13, 2020. Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders in young people.
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This training is a live, virtual Zoom session lead by instructors. Prior to attending the live training, participants must complete a two-hour, online, self-paced course.

Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders in youth ages 6-18.

This training is tailored for adults who work with young people. Teachers, school staff, parents, coaches, camp counselors, youth group leaders and other people who work with youth should attend.

Participants will learn:

•Common signs and symptoms of anxiety, depression, eating disorders and ADHD.

•The impact of trauma, social media and bullying.

•How to interact with a child or adolescent in crisis.

•An action plan for supporting a young person and connecting them to care

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Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Dec 8, 2020 December 8, 2020 9:00am Eastern- 3:30pm Eastern Online via Zoom
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This Training is NOW Full.

To register for the NEXT available Motivational Interviewing Training, click on LIST of Trainings!

 

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong and Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Workgroups and Leadership in Coalitions
Jan 19, 2021 In this recorded webinar training, participants will learn the latest strategies for forming work groups and accomplishing tasks to engage community stakeholders, achieve a shared vision, and meet specific goals.
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Coalitions are undoubtedly a phenomenal powerhouse of people, resources, and skills that strive to create good in a community. As a part of the community change process, leaders and work groups should work collaboratively to maximize collective impact. Whether a coalition is new or has decades of experience, work can be done to ignite or refresh the leadership and workgroups within the group. In this online training, participants will learn the latest strategies for forming work groups and accomplishing tasks to engage community stakeholders, achieve a shared vision, and meet specific goals.

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Explore the roles of leadership and work groups in successful coalitions
  • Discuss why it is crucial for diversity to be within the leadership at the table
  • Utilize ways to recruitment of diverse members for workgroups and leadership roles
  • Summarize work groups and their role of meeting milestones and goals
  • Discover ways to match talents to tasks within coalition members and workgroups
  • Utilize techniques to coach, support, and motivate members and workgroups 
  • Utilize methods to ensure a feedback loop and evaluation measures to ensure members and leaders have flexibility in their workload, can resolve conflicts, are making meaningful contributions, and receive acknowledgement for their time and efforts
  • Discover how workgroups can function as decision makers (or how to bolster the existing decision-making role) by utilizing a governing body
  • Determine the type of workgroups that would make your coalition thrive (health disparity, sustainability, assessment, recruitment, etc.)
  • How to function as a coalition even when roles or sectors are missing or vacant
  • How to leverage the work of paid staff, appointed members, and volunteers
  • Advance and sustain organizational governance and leadership that promotes CLAS and health equity through policy, practices, and allocated resources.
  • Recruit, promote, and support a culturally and linguistically diverse governance, leadership, and workforce that are responsive to the population in the service area.
  • Educate and train governance, leadership, and workforce in culturally and linguistically appropriate policies and practices on an ongoing basis.

 

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 1, 3, 4, 15, 17, 18, 19; Domain 2: Task 5; Domain 3: Task 4, 6, 7; Domain 4: Task 2, 3, 4, 5; Domain 6: Task 1, 3, 8

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Milestones and Measures to Showcase Coalition Success
Mar 4, 2021 This recorded webinar will include how to set goals, break goals into smaller steps, stay on task, develop an understanding of the entire process, and celebrate achievements and successes along the way.
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This recorded webinar will allow participants to be guided through the process of setting and achieving goals. If the SPF steps are the big picture of a community framework, the milestones are specific goals within each step, and benchmarks are steps to achieving goals. The recorded webinar will include how to set goals, break goals into smaller steps, stay on task, develop an understanding of the entire process, and celebrate achievements and successes along the way. This recorded webinar will pertain to each area of the SPF, with an emphasis on reach, saturation, and impact of community strategies. Participants will learn the latest strategies on how to get started, create a plan, and implement and evaluate a plan. This recorded webinar was facilitated by Prevention Insights’ technical assistance and training staff.

By the end of this recorded webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of creating goals within the context of community substance abuse prevention
  • Create community-oriented, SPF-focused goals
  • Establish small steps and measures to achieve big-picture goals
  • Design ways to support goals, milestones, and benchmarks
  • Devise ways to celebrate accomplishments and broadcast achievements
  • Infuse evaluation measures into goal setting

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Tasks 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 11, 18; Domain 3: Tasks 5, 6; Domain 4: 3, 5, 9

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Engaging Health Disparate Populations
Apr 21, 2021 This recorded webinar discusses Engaging Health Disparate Populations. If you were not able to watch this webinar live, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate. Participants will learn about the pertinent input that disparate populations can contribute to the local community planning process. These insights allow uninformed resources and key community stakeholders to gain an understanding that they otherwise may never have known, believed, or experienced. This training will review how to gain meaningful knowledge and tactics to bridge the gap between coalitions and the populations they serve.
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This recorded webinar discusses  how engaging health disparate populations can be a challenging goal for any coalition involved in substance use/misuse prevention. However, it is pertinent to have their representation from the planning table to the programming that will be directed toward them. Why? Because input from these populations share significant insights on the disparities they are experiencing within the local community. These insights may allow uninformed resources and key community stakeholders to gain an understanding that they otherwise may never have known, believed, or experienced. 

With so much to gain, it would be a missed opportunity to not engage with people who are experiencing disparities. However, many coalitions do not know how to make meaningful contacts with these populations.  This training will help bridge the gap by supplying meaningful knowledge and tactics that coalitions can apply. Albert Gay will facilitate this training. Albert has accumulated experience on health disparities and social determinants of health. He facilitates each session with an emphasis on cultural humility and institutional accountability. 

The following objectives will be achieved by persons attending this training:

  • Learn which populations are experiencing disparities
  • Understand the unique challenges that these populations are accustom
  • Discover approaches that are used to engage members of disparate populations
  • Hear experiences of people who have been successful in engaging members from these populations
  • Create workarounds for barriers to engagement
  • Create a comprehensive plan for health disparities in the community

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9, 10,18, 19; Domain 2: Task 1, 2, 3, 5; Domain 3: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9; Domain 5: Task 5; Domain 6: Task 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Ethics in Prevention
May 20, 2021 Ethics in Prevention can help you make ethical choices in everyday work. This training describes the six principles in the Prevention Code of Ethics – non-discrimination, competence, integrity, nature of services, confidentiality, ethical obligations for community and society, and the ethical decision-making process – illustrated by realistic examples designed to enhance your understanding of each principle.
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Substance abuse prevention professionals regularly face situations that involve ethics. Often, it is clear how to act ethically. In some situations, a professional may not be aware of ethical responsibility or know how to respond ethically. Laws and policies assist with making ethical decisions; however, many situations occur where the right ethical response is not clearly prescribed by regulations.

Ethics in Prevention can help you make ethical choices in everyday work. This training describes the six principles in the Prevention Code of Ethics – non-discrimination, competence, integrity, nature of services, confidentiality, ethical obligations for community and society, and the ethical decision-making process – illustrated by realistic examples designed to enhance your understanding of each principle. It also introduces a decision-making process designed to help apply this code to a variety of ethical dilemmas. Ethics in Prevention will be facilitated by Indiana-based, certified trainers Albert Gay and Jasynda Radanovich.

As a result of participation and completion of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Define ethics and related terms
  • Describe the six principles in the Prevention Code of Ethics
  • Avoid and prevent discrimination, along with understanding how to comply with discrimination
    laws and regulations
  • Promote cultural competence
  • Assess qualifications and build knowledge and skills
  • Address personal impairment and support unethical or impaired colleagues
  • Give credit for ideas, information, and materials
  • Avoid deception
  • Protect participants from harm
  • Maintain appropriate boundaries
  • Comply with confidentiality laws
  • Understand advocacy and lobbying
  • Use an ethical decision-making process to apply the Prevention Code of Ethics

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 9, 10; Domain 2: Task 2,3; Domain 3: Task 4,7; Domain 5: Task 6; Domain 6: Task 1,2,3,4,5,6,8

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Prevention Through the Context of Nontraditional Caretakers
Jun 10, 2021 This recorded webinar discusses Prevention through the Context of Nontraditional Caretakers. If you were not able to watch this webinar live, you will now be able to watch and take a quiz in order to receive a certificate. This training will explore prevention messaging toward non-traditional parents as well as ways to reach them with messages and recruit them into awareness events or coalition activities. Geared toward the lifespan of prevention, this training will also address prevention for senior citizens and the caretakers who provide for them.
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Drug prevention starts with parents; the research indicates this, and prevention providers encourage it. Parents are told to talk to their kids about drugs and guide their children toward positive alternatives. What about nontraditional parents – foster parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles, etc.- who are taking care of non-biological children? This training will explore prevention messaging toward non-traditional parents as well as ways to reach them with messages and recruit them into awareness events or coalition activities. Geared toward the lifespan of prevention, this training will also address prevention for senior citizens and the caretakers who provide for them.

As a result of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Describe inherent disparities among children with non-traditional caretakers
  • Tailor prevention messages to non-traditional parents
  • Tailor prevention messages to caretakers of seniors
  • Describe ways to reach populations
  • Rely on focus groups with non-traditional parents and caretakers to discover needs, challenges, and formation of prevention messaging specific towards this population
  • Discuss stigma associated with role of non-traditional caretakers
  • Summarize resources for non-traditional caretakers

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 19; Domain 2: Task 1, 2, 3; Domain 3: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 7; Domain 4: Task 4, 7; Domain 6: 1, 2, 3

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Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Jan 15, 2021 This workshop is now full. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

 Mallori DeSalle & Janet Delong

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Feb 3, 2021 This workshop is now full. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

 Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

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Opioid Rapid Response System (ORRS) Naloxone Training
Feb 7, 2021 By becoming a Citizen Responder, lives will be saved within our community. Learners will complete training on how to use the PulsePoint application and identify and respond to an opioid overdose.
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Helping to save lives in your community, through your actions! 

Be a hero  in your community. By completing this training and learning a few simple steps, your actions can mean the difference between life and death. You do not have to have any medical background or training to complete this training. 

The Opioid Rapid Response System (ORRS) training will help you to understand the opioid crisis and be able to respond and react to an opioid emergency.  You will learn through information, practice, and review.  You will understand and be able to respond and react to an opioid emergency in your community.   

Course Learning Objectives

  • Describe opioids and the opioid overdose issue within the United States and geographic region.

  • Select the PulsePoint application and evaluate notifications.

  • Assess the signs and symptoms of an overdose.

  • Explain Naloxone (NARCAN) and its use.

  • Demonstrate the steps of administering nasal Naloxone (NARCAN).

  • Summarize the steps of rescue breathing.

  • Identify resources within the community to obtain Naloxone (NARCAN) and substance use disorder treatment.

 

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Advanced Motivational Interviewing (Online: One-Day)
Feb 17, 2021 This workshop is now full. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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This workshop is best for individuals that have attended an Introduction to Motivational Interviewing workshop.

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Motivational Interviewing is an evidence-based, therapeutic tool. This intensive workshop is devoted to deepening MI learning and skills. Workshop participants will have previous MI training and practice in applied settings. The workshop will focus on strengthening listening skills, as well as growing eliciting and responding to change talk skills, change planning, and dancing with discord. Participants will be supported to develop learning plans and objectives for ongoing MI practice and growth.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Deepen success of using OARS skills

2. Improve ability to recognize, elicit, and respond to change talk

3. Initiate skills for managing discord

4. Learn strategies for if, when, how to initiate a change plan with a client

 

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Advanced Motivational Interviewing (Online: One-Day)
Aug 26, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for future events at https://iprc.iu.edu/training/courses.php. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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This workshop is best for individuals that have attended an Introduction to Motivational Interviewing workshop.

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Motivational Interviewing is an evidence-based, therapeutic tool. This intensive workshop is devoted to deepening MI learning and skills. Workshop participants will have previous MI training and practice in applied settings. The workshop will focus on strengthening listening skills, as well as growing eliciting and responding to change talk skills, change planning, and dancing with discord. Participants will be supported to develop learning plans and objectives for ongoing MI practice and growth.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Deepen success of using OARS skills

2. Improve ability to recognize, elicit, and respond to change talk

3. Initiate skills for managing discord

4. Learn strategies for if, when, how to initiate a change plan with a client

 

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Feb 24, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for April/May events: Registration Now Open! To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

 Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Advanced Motivational Interviewing (Online: One-Day)
Mar 31, 2021 This workshop is now full. Please check for future training dates still open. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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This workshop is best for individuals that have attended an Introduction to Motivational Interviewing workshop.

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Motivational Interviewing is an evidence-based, therapeutic tool. This intensive workshop is devoted to deepening MI learning and skills. Workshop participants will have previous MI training and practice in applied settings. The workshop will focus on strengthening listening skills, as well as growing eliciting and responding to change talk skills, change planning, and dancing with discord. Participants will be supported to develop learning plans and objectives for ongoing MI practice and growth.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Deepen success of using OARS skills

2. Improve ability to recognize, elicit, and respond to change talk

3. Initiate skills for managing discord

4. Learn strategies for if, when, how to initiate a change plan with a client

 

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Mar 30, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for April/May events: Registration Now Open! To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Mar 16, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for April/May events: Registration Now Open! To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Apr 8, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for future events at https://iprc.iu.edu/training/courses.php. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
May 6, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for future events at https://iprc.iu.edu/training/courses.php. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu. Online: Zoom
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
May 19, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for future events at https://iprc.iu.edu/training/courses.php. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Advanced Motivational Interviewing (Online: One-Day)
Apr 20, 2021 April 20, 2021 9am-3:30pm (Eastern time zone) Online:Zoom
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This workshop is best for individuals that have attended an Introduction to Motivational Interviewing workshop.

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Motivational Interviewing is an evidence-based, therapeutic tool. This intensive workshop is devoted to deepening MI learning and skills. Workshop participants will have previous MI training and practice in applied settings. The workshop will focus on strengthening listening skills, as well as growing eliciting and responding to change talk skills, change planning, and dancing with discord. Participants will be supported to develop learning plans and objectives for ongoing MI practice and growth.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Deepen success of using OARS skills

2. Improve ability to recognize, elicit, and respond to change talk

3. Initiate skills for managing discord

4. Learn strategies for if, when, how to initiate a change plan with a client

 

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Advanced Motivational Interviewing (Online: One-Day)
Jun 1, 2021 This workshop is now full. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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This workshop is best for individuals that have attended an Introduction to Motivational Interviewing workshop.

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Motivational Interviewing is an evidence-based, therapeutic tool. This intensive workshop is devoted to deepening MI learning and skills. Workshop participants will have previous MI training and practice in applied settings. The workshop will focus on strengthening listening skills, as well as growing eliciting and responding to change talk skills, change planning, and dancing with discord. Participants will be supported to develop learning plans and objectives for ongoing MI practice and growth.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Deepen success of using OARS skills

2. Improve ability to recognize, elicit, and respond to change talk

3. Initiate skills for managing discord

4. Learn strategies for if, when, how to initiate a change plan with a client

 

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Jun 16, 2021 June 16, 2021 9:00am-3:30pm Limited Seats OPEN
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Aug 18, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for future events at https://iprc.iu.edu/training/courses.php. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu. Online: Zoom
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Online:One-Day)
Jul 13, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for future events at https://iprc.iu.edu/training/courses.php. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu. Online: Zoom
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

- Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Advanced Motivational Interviewing (Online: One-Day)
Jul 21, 2021 This workshop is now full. Check for future events at https://iprc.iu.edu/training/courses.php. To be put on the waitlist or to receive information about future trainings, please email previnsights@iu.edu.
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This workshop is best for individuals that have attended an Introduction to Motivational Interviewing workshop.

What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Motivational Interviewing is an evidence-based, therapeutic tool. This intensive workshop is devoted to deepening MI learning and skills. Workshop participants will have previous MI training and practice in applied settings. The workshop will focus on strengthening listening skills, as well as growing eliciting and responding to change talk skills, change planning, and dancing with discord. Participants will be supported to develop learning plans and objectives for ongoing MI practice and growth.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Deepen success of using OARS skills

2. Improve ability to recognize, elicit, and respond to change talk

3. Initiate skills for managing discord

4. Learn strategies for if, when, how to initiate a change plan with a client

 

Trainers:

Janet Delong & Mallori DeSalle

Motivational Interviewing Trainers

Members of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

Registration Closed
Introduction to Health Disparities
Jun 24, 2021 This course provides information on how to identify vulnerable populations within a community and the factors that contribute to health inequity.
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Health disparities refer to differences in health and heath care between groups that are closely linked with social, economic, and/or environmental disadvantage.  This course provides information on how to identify vulnerable populations within a community and the factors that contribute to health inequity.  Action steps are also shared on how to try to eliminate health disparities to increase each individual's good health, sense of wellbeing, and personal security. 

 

Course Learning Objectives

  • Explain health disparities

  • Contrast equity vs equality in health care

  • Summarize social determinants of health

  • Identify vulnerable populations

  • Assess the impact of health disparities

  • Describe the crucial role of empathy

  • Formulate how to build community relationships

  • Evaluate the art of recruitment

  • Interpret logical systemic transformation

  • Support the elimination of health disparities

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Indiana Tobacco Retailer Training
Jul 22, 2021 The course will assist Indiana tobacco retailers to be in compliance with the Indiana Tobacco 21 law and avoid selling tobacco products to persons under the age of 21.
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The course will assist Indiana tobacco retailers to be in compliance with the Indiana Tobacco 21 law and avoid selling tobacco products to persons under the age of 21.

Course Learning Objectives

  • Compare the different types of tobacco products.
  • Summarize the health effects caused by tobacco use among youth and young adults.
  • Describe the laws and regulations restricting the sale of tobacco products to minors and young adults.
  • Explain the potential consequences of failed tobacco inspections.
  • Support age verification techniques.
  • Defend the refusal of selling tobacco products to persons under the age of 21.
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Substance Use and HIV
Jul 28, 2021 Substance Use and HIV is designed for behavioral health professionals to learn the overlapping concepts of substance use and HIV.
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Substance Use and HIV is designed for behavioral health professionals to learn the overlapping concepts of substance use and HIV. HIV/AIDS is a decades long pandemic, and substance use can be factored into transmission of the virus, exacerbation of symptoms and treatment plans. This course can be used by many professions including mental health, criminal justice, health care, education, law enforcement, substance abuse prevention, social work, youth development, behavioral health, faith-based, and treatment and recovery.

 

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Preventing and Reducing Stigma
Aug 18, 2021 During this recorded webinar, participants will examine the components that contribute to stigma, and examine the topic through an ecological model of structural stigma, public stigma, and self-stigma. Participants with varying levels of knowledge and experience with stigma reduction can benefit from this training.
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Description: Stigma reduction is a common topic in recent publications and social media. Prevention professionals have long known that stigma can create a barrier to treatment and recovery; however, there are also challenges in knowing how to instill stigma reduction in prevention practices. 

In a blog written by Dr. Voklow in 2020, she wrote “little progress has been made in removing the stigma around substance use disorders. People with addiction continue to be blamed for their disease. Even though medicine long ago reached a consensus that addiction is a complex brain disorder with behavioral components, the public and even many in healthcare and the justice system continue to view it as a result of moral weakness and flawed character.”

In this recorded webinar, participants will examine the components that contribute to stigma, and examine the topic through an ecological model of structural stigma, public stigma, and self-stigma. Participants with varying levels of knowledge and experience with stigma reduction can benefit from this training. Research-based content will be shared by the presenter and participants can expect opportunities for discussion, self-examination, and real-world application of practices to address and prevention stigma. Participants will also receive a PowerPoint and resources that can be downloaded and customized for their own use, i.e., for community training. 

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Define stigma and describe common components of stigma 
  • Discuss the multidimensional, multi-level concept of stigma
  • Understand the impact of stigma and the barriers it can create for individuals
  • Describe the importance of non-stigmatizing language
  • List cross-cutting practices for preventing or reducing stigma
  • Understand the role of prevention professionals and coalitions to reduce and prevent tigma
  • Create a local plan for stigma prevention or reduction

Chuck Klevgaard, a nationally recognized expert in substance misuse prevention and public health, will lead this training. Drawing on his experience in collective impact and prevention-focused partnerships, Chuck builds the capacity of states, tribes, schools, communities, and cities to use evidence-based substance misuse prevention and intervention strategies. He specializes in behavioral health support; training and technical assistance; and evidence-based alcohol, opioid, and substance misuse programs and policies. As a consultant to Great Lakes Prevention Technology Transfer Center, Klevgaard provides training and technical assistance on evidence-based stigma prevention and reduction to substance misuse prevention entities within the Great Lakes region.

 

 

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Evaluation Review
Jan 6, 2022 This training will be designed as a workshop focused on specific participant knowledge and needs, which will be informed by an assessment.
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Date: January 6

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

Topics: Evaluation, Results, Measure, Data, Interpretation, Process, Outcome, Logic Models, Strategic Decisions

Description: In a recent workforce assessment, recipients of DMHA funding reported a high need of evaluation education and training. Specifically, the areas of need reported were: deciding what to measure/evaluate, creating an evaluation plan, creating an evaluation report, communicating evaluation results (format, readability, timing, relevance, quality), deciding when to measure (when and how often), understanding process vs outcome evaluation, linking logic models to evaluation findings, understanding and interpreting evaluation data, and using evaluation data to guide the next steps. This training will be designed as a workshop focused on specific participant knowledge and needs, which will be informed by an assessment (read pre-work below). Prevention Insights staff with evaluation expertise will facilitate this training.

Who should attend: Grantees are required to attend this training. SABG-funded organizations are strongly encouraged to invite program facilitators, coalition members, and the evaluation workgroup.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 1, 9, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18

Pre-work: Before the training, Prevention Insights will send out an assessment. This assessment will be a chance to directly survey grantees and gauge their knowledge and needs regarding evaluation. The training will be tailored from the results.

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Community Collaboration: Political Systems as a Key Stakeholder for Prevention
Oct 1, 2021 This recorded webinar provides training to increase capacity to work with local political systems, navigate the political environment of your community and recruit stakeholders into the prevention realm.
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This recorded webinar provides training to increase capacity to work with local political systems, navigate the political environment of your community and recruit stakeholders into the prevention realm.

Community Collaboration: Political Systems as a Key Stakeholder for Prevention

Description: Mobilizing political support is one of the many tasks of a prevention specialist; however, a recent workforce assessment revealed that individual who identified as DMHA sub-recipients have basic knowledge and/or limited experience of working within local political systems. This training will increase capacity to work with local political systems, navigate the political environment of your community and recruit stakeholders into the prevention realm.

Training objectives:

  • How to get local politicians and representatives to join and engage in your coalition  
  • How to educate the political system of the benefits of prevention and reduction of health disparities
  • How to inform local politicians of you community issues and coalition goals without lobbying
  • How to get local politicians to attend your events (awareness events, townhalls)
  • How to work with government officials to pass ordinances, policies, and laws

Who should attend: Grantees are required to attend this training. SABG-funded organizations are strongly encouraged to invite coalition members and key stakeholders, especially those involved in advocacy and policy.

IC&RC CPS Domains related to this training: Domain 4: Task 2, 3, 4, 7, 8. Domain 5: Task 1, 3, 5, 6.

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Prevention Skills Training
Nov 2, 2021 This training is designed to help practitioners develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement effective, data-driven prevention.
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Date: November 2-5, 2021
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm EST

Topics: Prevention, Strategic Prevention Framework, Assessment, Data, Coalitions, Community Involvement, Capacity, Planning, Implementation, Evaluation, Sustainability, Cultural Competency, Health Disparities

Format/Location: In-person. The training location is Indiana Wesleyan University Greenwood Education and Conference Center, 1500 Windhorst Way, Greenwood IN 46143.

Description: The Prevention Skills Training will offer a comprehensive introduction to the substance abuse prevention field. Grounded in current research and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF), this training is designed to help practitioners develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement effective, data-driven prevention. Using case scenarios, participants will work through each of the SPF steps - assessment, capacity, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Participants get the opportunity to assess data and prioritize risk and protective factors; engage in capacity-building activities and assess community resources and readiness; infuse cultural competency and sustainability in community planning; employ activities to determine best practical fit for implementation; and determine effective measures for short-and long-term evaluation.

The Prevention Skills Training will be facilitated by Mallori DeSalle, Albert Gay, and Jasynda Radanovich. Mallori is a licensed mental health counselor, nationally certified counselor, medication-assisted treatment specialist, an internationally certified prevention specialist and certified humor professional. Over the last 20 years, she has worked in mental health, substance abuse and prevention fields with people of all ages. Since the early 2000’s Ms. DeSalle has worked with healthcare, behavioral healthcare and community-based organizations to implement substance use prevention interventions. Mr. Gay is an acknowledged trainer in the substance use prevention field. Albert is a Mental Health First Aid instructor, and a former member of the Indiana Army National Guard. He has consulted with the National Guard Bureau to provide evidence-based approaches to prevention for the military. Albert also served as a consultant, developer, and trainer for the Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies national substance abuse prevention skills training. Well respected and sought out for presentations, Albert uses the diversity and expertise of groups to facilitate a shared learning experience. Jasynda facilitates adult learning in the fields of public and behavioral health. Ms. Radanovich is an instructor of Mental Health First Aid and Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Suicide Prevention Training. She is a trainer of trainers for Communities That Care and Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment. She has experience as a technical assistance project officer, providing guidance and leadership to communities to interpret and prioritize data, build coalition capacity, plan for sustainability, select and implement evidence-based strategies with fidelity and overall compliance with state-funded contracts. Ms. Radanovich also serves an adjunct faculty instructor for the School of Public Health-Bloomington and is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist.

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Define prevention
  • Explain the continuum of care 
  • Identify key characteristics of the public health approach
  • Describe risk and protective factors in multiple contexts and from the developmental perspective
  • Summarize the evidence-based model of the Strategic Prevention Framework
  • Describe how to assess substance use problems and related behaviors 
  • Explain how health disparities relate to prevention 
  • Describe how to assess the risk and protective factors that influence (or contribute to) the problem behaviors
  • Begin the initial assessment of a community’s readiness and resources to address its problems
  • Contribute to building community capacity to prevent the problems identified in its assessment
  • Support the infusion of cultural competency best practices into prevention and promotion efforts
  • Conduct a prioritization of risk and protective factors
  • List different types of interventions and describe the criteria for selecting an intervention
  • Recognize the keys to sustainability and how they are integrated into the SPF
  • Describe high-quality implementation and why it is important
  • Explain the purpose of evaluation and what to consider when reporting the results
  • Identify ways to apply the training material to work

Pre-work: Prior to the training, participants should complete the self-paced module Prevention 101 on the Prevention Insights training portal. Participants should also respond to pre-training emails and surveys that help the instructors facilitate the training.

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Increasing Cultural Competence Within Organizations
Dec 1, 2021 In this training, expert trainers will facilitate discussion, learning, and skill assessment in relationship to organizational (which includes coalitions) cultural competence.
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Date: December 1

Time: 9:00am-4:00pm EST

Topics: Cultural Competency, Coalitions, Stakeholders, Organizations, Policies, Procedures, Diversity

Format/Location: This training is anticipated to be in-person at an Indianapolis venue TBA. COVID-19 mandates may change this to online in which case the dates will remain the same and Zoom will be utilized.

Description: It is important to understand our own culture and the cultures around us in which we live, work, and especially those in which we serve others. Much work has been done in prevention to increase cultural knowledge, awareness, sensitivity, competency, and humility. Equally important is the concept of culturally competent organizations. In its Community Tool Box, the Center for Community Health and Development defines a culturally competent organization as one that “brings together knowledge about different groups of people -- and transforms it into standards, policies, and practices that make everything work.” In this training, Albert Gay will facilitate discussion, learning, and skill assessment in relationship to organizational (which includes coalitions) cultural competence. Albert has accumulated vast experience on cultural competency, health disparities, and social determinants of health. He facilitates each session with an emphasis on cultural humility and institutional accountability. 

As a result of the training participants will be able to:

  • Define organizational cultural competence
  • Discuss the benefits of a culturally competent organization, as well as the contributions to discrimination, stigma, and health disparities that occur when organizations fail to become culturally competent
  • Assess policies, representation, language, environment, and knowledge of organizations and coalitions
  • Use tools to diagnose an organization’s needs
  • Begin to develop services, interventions, practices, and policies to ensure a culturally competent organization
  • Create a decision making and reporting process that enforces institutional accountability

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training:

Pre-work: Read/review Building Culturally Competent Organizations from the Community Tool Box

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Mental Health Update
Mar 2, 2022 This event will serve as a mental health update for prevention specialists. Participants will learn the current main contributors to mental health problems, best practices for prevention and treatment, and review needs assessment data.
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Date: March 2, 2022
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm EST
Topics: Mental health, Shared risk factors, Data, Needs, Special Populations, Trauma-informed Approach
Format/Location: Online via Zoom. 
Description: This event will serve as a mental health update for prevention specialists. Participants will learn the current main contributors to mental health problems, best practices for prevention and treatment, and review needs assessment data.

The training will include:

  • A review of the most common mental health conditions in Indiana
  • Recent National and State data regarding mental health
  • Updates on COVID-19 and mental health
  • The intersection of mental health and substance use, including shared risk factors
  • Opportunities for discussion and small group sharing regarding community mental health strategies
  • A panel presentation from Indiana mental health leaders

Jasynda Radanovich will facilitate this training. Jasynda is an instructor of Mental Health First Aid and Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Suicide Prevention Training. She is a trainer of trainers for Communities That Care and Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment. She has experience as a technical assistance project officer, providing guidance and leadership to communities to interpret and prioritize data, build coalition capacity, plan for sustainability, select and implement evidence-based strategies with fidelity and overall compliance with state-funded contracts. Ms. Radanovich also serves an adjunct faculty instructor for the School of Public Health-Bloomington and is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist.

Who should attend: Grantees are required to attend this training. SABG-funded organizations are encouraged to invite staff, program facilitators, coalition members and anyone who helps with strategic planning.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 1, 2, 6, 7. Domain 2: Task 1, 2. Domain 4: Task 4. Domain 6: Task 1, 3, 4.

Pre-work: Read The Impact of COVID-19 on Minority Mental Health from the National Council on Mental Wellbeing
 

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Culturally Responsive Data Collection
Apr 5, 2022 This workshop will focus on data collection, specifically collecting data from unreached populations, incorporating cultural competency into data collection, and assessing cultural responsiveness within prevention strategies.
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Date: April 5
Time: 10:00am-4:00pm EST
Topics: Data, Assessment, Cultural Competence, Unreached Populations, Cultural Responsiveness
Format/Location: As of publication of calendar in July 2021, this training is anticipated to be in-person at an Indianapolis venue TBA. COVID-19 mandates may change this to online in which case the dates will remain the same and Zoom will be utilized.
Description: This workshop will focus on data collection, specifically collecting data from unreached populations, incorporating cultural competency into data collection, and assessing cultural responsiveness within prevention strategies. Albert Gay will lead this training, along with training staff from Prevention Insights. Albert has accumulated vast experience on cultural competency, health disparities, and social determinants of health. He facilitates each session with an emphasis on cultural humility and institutional accountability. 

As a result of the training, participants can expect to be able to:

  • Describe and begin to utilize culturally responsive methodologies
  • Recruit data participants from the target population
  • Obtain data from unreached populations
  • Involve stakeholders in data collection
  • Analyze cultural responsiveness of the community, coalition, and strategies

Who should attend: Grantees are required to attend this training. SABG-funded organizations are strongly encouraged to invite coalition members and the data workgroup.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 2, 5, 18, 19. Domain 4: Task 2, 3, 7.

Pre-work: Read and review Practical Strategies for Culturally Competent Evaluation by the CDC

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Sustainability
May 5, 2022 This training will focus on group discussion, problem-solving and future activities that support coalitions. Emphasis will be placed on community ownership, leadership among stakeholders, and diversifying funding streams.
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Date: May 5
Time: 9:00am-4:00pm  
Topics:
Sustainability, Ownership, Community, Funding, Systems Change, Planning, Distributed Action
Format/Location: As of publication of calendar in July 2021, this training is anticipated to be in-person at an Indianapolis venue TBA. COVID-19 mandates may change this to online in which case the dates will remain the same and Zoom will be utilized.
Description: The cross cutting Strategic Prevention Framework principle of sustainability is perhaps the most important aspect of prevention. In order to keep up the remarkable, collaborative work of coalitions, prevention specialists and grantees must keep sustainability as a top priority; however, with the many tasks and responsibilities that fill each day, sustainability can often be thought of as ‘something to tackle later’. Given that grantees know the main components of sustainability, this training will focus on group discussion, problem-solving and future activities that support coalitions. Emphasis will be placed on community ownership, leadership among stakeholders, and diversifying funding streams. Staff from Prevention Insights will facilitate this training, with insight and collaboration from PTTC.

IC&RC CPS Domains met as of a result of this training: Domain 1: Task 1, 4, 16, 18, 19. Domain 3: Task 1, 7, 8. Domain 4: Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8.

Who should attend: Grantees are required to attend this training. SABG-funded organizations are strongly encouraged to invite staff, program facilitators, coalition members, and members of the sustainability workgroup.

Pre-work: Take the online course Sustainability on the Prevention Insights training portal.

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Online Learning Experience: Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Nov 3, 2021 November 3, 2021, 9:00am-3:30pm ET, ONLINE; Cost: $100/person
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What to Expect:

This online facilitated learning forum will be a highly engaging and interactive seven-hour experience for a multi-disciplinary audience. Individuals will engage in experiential methods such as information exchange, small group discussion, paired skills practice, video analysis, and other self-reflective processes.

Audience: 

Counselors, social workers, graduate students or healthcare professionals who have direct patient/client interactions. All levels of skill are welcome.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients

-Explore ambivalence as a barrier to change

¨ Examine and practice the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainer:

Janet Delong

Motivational Interviewing Trainer

Member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

Indiana University– Bloomington

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Introduction to Motivational Interviewing ( Ireland Home Based Services)
Oct 19, 2021 October 19, 2021 9:00am-4:00pm Evansville
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Ireland Home Based Services is hosting Introduction to Motivational Interviewing Training.

What to Expect:

This one-day training will be highly interactive. Participants will experience group activities, role-play, videos, lecture and skills practice.

Audience: 

Counselors, social workers, graduate students or healthcare professionals that have direct patient/client interactions. All levels of skill are welcome.

Objectives:

¨ Define Motivational Interviewing and discuss uses with clients/patients.

¨ Explore use of Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

¨ Introduce and practice core skills of Motivational Interviewing

Trainer:

Janet Delong, PT, DPT, LSW, MHS, NBC-HWC

Motivational Interviewing Trainer

Member of Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers

Indiana University– Bloomington

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