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Student Assistance Course Offerings

  • Aug
    28
    This event is scheduled for 9:00am to - 4:00pm

    Target Audience: Social Workers, School Counselors, Teachers Attending will help those who work with families and youth: increase knowledge of current drug trends and youth's perception of harm Recognize unique challenges for children/families who have been impacted by substance abuse and addiction Gain strategies to increase protective factors Identify resources, evidence based materials and appropriate supports. Presenters: Joe Gulino & Rebecca Asni

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  • Sep
    13
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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  • Sep
    23
    This event is scheduled for 9:00am to - 4:00pm

    Target Audience: Social Workers, School Counselors, Teachers Attending will help those who work with families and youth: increase knowledge of current drug trends and youth's perception of harm Recognize unique challenges for children/families who have been impacted by substance abuse and addiction Gain strategies to increase protective factors Identify resources, evidence based materials and appropriate supports. Presenters: Joe Gulino & Rebecca Asni

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  • Oct
    11
    This event is scheduled for 8:00am to - 4:00pm

    Target Audience: Non-mental health professionals interested in learning how to respond and help individuals struggling with mental health challenges. One in four Americans lives with a mental health problem each year. Yet, far too many – up to two-thirds – go without treatment. Just as CPR training helps someone without medical training assist an individual following a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training helps a person assist someone experiencing a mental health crisis. ALGEE action principles will be discussed in detail. ALGEE action principles assist people with knowing how to respond to someone having a mental health crisis. This is an interactive workshop which runs 8 hours and introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems, builds understanding of their impact and overviews common treatments. The potential risk factors and warning signs for a range of mental health problems, including: depression, anxiety/trauma, psychosis and psychotic disorders, eating disorders, substance use disorders, and self-injury. An understanding of the prevalence of various mental health disorders in the U.S. and the need for reduced stigma in their communities. A 5-step action plan (ALGEE) encompassing the skills, resources and knowledge to assess the situation, to select and implement appropriate interventions, and to help the individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional care. The appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help resources available to help someone with a mental health problem.

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  • Oct
    18
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 4:00pm

    Target Audience: Non-mental health professionals interested in learning how to respond and help individuals struggling with mental health challenges. Mental Health challenges are shockingly common in the United States. Approximately one in five youths struggle with mental health issues. This course will provide the attendee with the knowledge and skills necessary to help individuals who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. This training is identified on SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs & Practices and helps the public better identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses.

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  • Oct
    25
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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  • Nov
    15
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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  • Nov
    20
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 4:00pm

    Target Audience: Non-mental health professionals interested in learning how to respond and help individuals struggling with mental health challenges. Mental Health challenges are shockingly common in the United States. Approximately one in five youths struggle with mental health issues. This course will provide the attendee with the knowledge and skills necessary to help individuals who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. This training is identified on SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs & Practices and helps the public better identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses.

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  • Dec
    13
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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  • Dec
    13
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 4:00pm

    Target Audience: Non-mental health professionals interested in learning how to respond and help individuals struggling with mental health challenges. Mental Health challenges are shockingly common in the United States. Approximately one in five youths struggle with mental health issues. This course will provide the attendee with the knowledge and skills necessary to help individuals who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. This training is identified on SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs & Practices and helps the public better identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses.

    Click here to register
  • Jan
    17
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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  • Feb
    21
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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  • Mar
    20
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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  • Apr
    24
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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  • May
    15
    This event is scheduled for 8:30am to - 11:30am

    Target Audience: Social Workers and School Counselors The Student Assistance Program Network (SAP) provides school social workers and counselors with information and resources on how to work with at-risk youth. Provides an opportunity for school personnel to develop an integrated system of care, including prevention, early intervention and support services.

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