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Technology-assisted Care Traps Webinar

Friday, June 26, 2020 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

This is a webinar.

Target Audience: Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, Administrative/Leadership Staff

 

What have we already learned and some common “traps” providers may come across in the delivery of Technology-assisted Care (TAC). This will cover a variety of issues from disconnected calls to potential missteps by clinicians in a TAC arena.

1. Identify ways to deliver quality TAC care

2. Develop ideas in regard to staff skills and needs for TAC care

 

This webinar will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes of Q&A with IDHS/SUPR.

.75 CEUs will be awarded.

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IISUP III: A Framework for Prevention

Wednesday, June 24 - Thursday, June 25, 2020 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This is a webinar.

IISUP III: A Framework for Prevention introduces Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) Substance Use Prevention Program (SUPP) providers to the prevention specialist’s role in service delivery. Participants will be introduced to strategies for program planning, capacity-building, implementation, and evaluation. Participants will also learn about their role in prevention, including an exploration of ethical issues related to their personal and professional conduct.

 

This is a virtual classroom training conducted in two online sessions. Participants must complete IISUP I: Welcome to Prevention, before registering for this course.

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ASAM Criteria Implementation Leader: Three-day Training Webinar

Monday, June 22 - Wednesday, June 24, 2020 08:30 AM - 04:30 AM

ASAM Criteria Implementation Leader: Three-day Training Webinar June 22-24,2020, 

Target Audience: Clinical Supervisors and Administrative/Leadership Staff

*Two-day ASAM Criteria Skill Building training is a prerequisite.

This training is learning about processes and models for assessing the field, the equipment and what needs to change to support the new model. As leaders in their communities and their programs, in addition to their clinical knowledge, Implementation Leaders are the “foot soldiers” for The ASAM Criteria implementation process. Implementation Leaders develop awareness about thoughtful planning, communication and appropriate system change strategies to drive implementation and sustainability, as well as coaching and supervising others on the Criteria.

  • Each participant receives 2 hours of coaching calls post training.
  • Coaching calls are available for only the six months following the last day of training. Participants will receive instructions on scheduling at the training.
  • To receive the CEU’s and the certificate of completion participants must complete the 2 hours of calls within the six month time frame noted above.
  • All participants receive an in-depth training journal to guide the training experience and as a resource for continuing skill application, as part of the training.

 

 

Registration is a 3-step process:

1. Click the training date below to register for this training. You will receive an email confirmation that step one is complete. 

 

2. The confirmation email will include a link to complete step two and three of your registration with TRAIN FOR CHANGE and GOTOWEBINAR. Please be sure to complete part two and three of this registration.

 

 

 

If you have any questions please contact Kylie Crouse by email kylie.crouse@prevention.org or by phone 1.800.252.8951 ext:123

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How Much, How Often and Why? Webinar

Tuesday, June 16, 2020 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

This is a webinar.

Target Audience: Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, Administrative/Leadership Staff
 

Existing structures like the ASAM Criteria determine levels of care and intensity of services, how can this structure be used as a broad framework when considering the amount, type(s) and frequency of service delivered in Technology-assisted Care (TAC). The “why”, “what’s the goal” and the “what are the activities” will be discussed.

 

1. Understand how to re-think intensity and type of care in a TAC model

2. Conceptualize how the “3 W’s” can be used to conceptualize a plan of care

 

This webinar will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes of Q&A with IDHS/SUPR.

.75 CEUs will be awarded.

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What does the Recovery Environment now Mean? Webinar

Tuesday, June 16, 2020 03:00 PM - 03:45 PM

This is a webinar.

Target Audience: Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, Administrative/Leadership Staff

 

Recovery capital is the internal and external resources that a person can draw upon to initiate and sustain recovery. A person’s recovery capital includes their physical health, financial assets, health insurance, problem solving capacities, self-efficacy, hopefulness, interpersonal relationships and community resources. This session will explore how providers can assess and attend to a person’s recovery capital during a time when previous resources may not be available or may look different as well as how to help connect patients with novel resources using an empowering style of education.

 

Objectives:

1. Understand dimensions of recovery capital

2. Learn how to assess and attend to a person’s recovery capital and how to connect patients with novel resources in an empowering style

 

This webinar will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes of Q&A with IDHS/SUPR.

.75 CEUs will be awarded.

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Confidentiality/Privacy/Regulations and Documentation Webinar

Monday, June 15, 2020 01:00 PM - 01:45 PM

This is a webinar.

Target Audience: Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, Administrative/Leadership Staff

 

The situational dynamics in regard to privacy and confidentiality are different in Technology assisted Care (TAC). The session will address the broader aspects of confidentiality and regulatory issues. Responding to emergencies will be addressed in addition to providing additional provider resources (this is the one we may want to get more information and collaborate with the state people on) on the topics.

 

1. Increase TAC knowledge around state and federal regulations

2. Develop resources to guide policy and procedures for TAC

 

This webinar will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes of Q&A with IDHS/SUPR.

.75 CEUs will be awarded.

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Medications in Treatment Webinar

Monday, June 15, 2020 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

This is a webinar.

Target Audience: Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, Administrative/Leadership Staff

 

This training will first review the essential components of evidence-based Medications in Treatment (MAT) including mention of the several available medications utilized to support recovery from opioid use disorder, how the medications are best prescribed and administered, the support structures needed in place to prescribe these medications (e.g. monitoring, frequency of visits), and what needs to be considered when using these medications in special populations. Once reviewed, this training discuss challenges and opportunities for using technology (e.g. tele-health) to deliver these evidence based treatments remotely, the pros and cons of remote care, what specific technologies are available, privacy issues, and which aspects of MAT are more or less amenable to remote delivery given existing regulations and patient safety concerns.

 

Objectives:

1. Review best practices for MAT and challenges to delivering these best practices using remote technology such as tele-health

2. Discuss solutions to these challenges, empowering providers to deliver these practices safely and in line with current regulations

 

This webinar will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes of Q&A with IDHS/SUPR.

.75 CEUs will be awarded.

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We have the Technology and "They're Still Resistant" Webinar

Wednesday, June 10, 2020 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

This is a webinar.

Target Audience: Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, Administrative/Leadership Staff

 

Through the “Technology-assisted Care lens” we will unpack the construct of resistance to understand the separate components of readiness to change and disharmony within the therapeutic relationship. We will also explore how to listen for and identify paths toward with the people we serve.

1. Understand sustain and discord talk

2. Identify approaches to enhance engagement

 

This webinar will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes of Q&A with IDHS/SUPR.

.75 CEUs will be awarded.

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Illegal ID Detection

Tuesday, June 09, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

This is a webinar.

The use of illegal ID’s to obtain alcohol and other identity-based crimes have been on the rise in recent years.  Fraudulent ID’s can be easily purchased online, many times from overseas sources.  Communities are encouraged to put in place consistent, hands-on measures to combat the use of fake ID’s. During this webinar, participants will examine the magnitude of the problem, review the varying types of fake ID’s, learn where fraudulent ID’s are sourced, learn the unintended consequences of usage, identify effective enforcement, and learn what prevention strategies can be implemented.

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Peer Recovery Coaching: Five-day training

Monday, June 8 - Friday, June 12, 2020 11:00 AM - 03:00 PM

Peer Recovery Coach Webinar, 

 

With the recent developments regarding COVID-19, SUPR has canceled the classroom-based training, but will now offer the training via webinar.

 

Target Audience: Individuals seeking to obtain a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) credential  

This is a 5-day intensive training academy focusing on providing individuals with the skills needed to guide, mentor and support anyone who would like to enter into or sustain long-term recovery from an addiction to alcohol or other drugs. Provided in a retreat-like environment, the training prepares participants by helping them to actively listen, ask really good questions, and discover and manage their own stuff.

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This Is Not a Continuation of Care as We Know It Webinar

Friday, June 05, 2020 01:00 PM - 01:45 PM

This is a webinar.

Target Audience: Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, Administrative/Leadership Staff

 

This webinar will cover some basic things to consider when transitioning the person served to Technology-assisted Care (TAC). The focus will include basic options for communication, rethinking “intensity of service” and the varying needs and processes for new vs. existing persons served.

1. Explore the barriers and opportunities of TAC

2. Discuss the nuances and varied needs of the person served based on their point in care

 

This webinar will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes of Q