Resources Across the
Continuum of Care
Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Webinar Training Series
SAMHSA's Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) outlines a process that an organization, initiative, community, or state can follow to prevent and reduce substance use disorder. By the end of this training series, participants will understand each SPF component and possess the knowledge and skills to use the SPF process to engage network partners and key stakeholders in addressing opioid and stimulant use disorder at the local, regional, and state levels across the continuum of care.
This Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Webinar Training series includes five sessions which can be accessed via our training page.
Breaking Intergenerational Patterns of Trauma, Substance Use Disorders, and Dark Family Secrets
Trauma and substance use disorders run in families across generations and are often fueled by dark family secrets. Topics covered in this presentation include the role of treatment and prevention specialists in breaking intergenerational patterns of trauma, substance use disorders, and dark family secrets; breaking Intergenerational patterns by focusing on the unique needs of children of parents with substance use disorders and children on the FASD spectrum; the role of parents and persons in recovery in breaking intergenerational patterns; mobilizing the entire community to help break intergenerational patterns of trauma and substance use disorders. You will learn about successful programs in breaking intergenerational patterns in Iceland, Native American, Metropolitan, and rural communities.
Presenter: Mark Sanders, LCSW, CADC
Click the link below and use passcode &Ta81SA4 to access the recording. Please feel free to use the slides to accommodate you through this webinar.
The Three Ingredients of Successful Collaboration: Process, Power, Platform
Collaboration can foster profound improvements in community health and well-being. Collaboration only works when designed to generate high levels of emotional commitment and sustains that commitment long enough for it to be contagious. An essential task of network leadership is designing collaborative processes and vigilantly monitoring process quality to sustain a commitment to effective implementation. Drawing on twenty years of field research across public and education contexts, Hicks will discuss three common ingredients of successful collaboration: the presence of an open and credible process motivating social cooperation, a feeling of authentic power that generates and sustains stakeholder commitment, and the use of platforms that engender emotional contagion.
This webinar recording, guest facilitated by Dr. Darrin Hicks, is being made available with CEUs through the Prevention First Leadership Center. The webinar aired live on November 18, 2021. The recording is approximately 1.5 hours.
The Science of Networks
During these complex times of change and transition within the healthcare environment, we need to know more about how to strategically build robust networks and measure and evaluate our networks' effectiveness. In this webinar, Dr. Danielle Varda, Associate Professor at the University of Denver and Founder/CEO of Visible Network Labs, shares her expert knowledge on applied network science, with specific expertise in health, public health, and educational system approaches. Click the link below and use passcode +9Au1Rk. to access the recording.
The Science of Stigma
Stigma is a barrier to progress on several social issues relevant to those working in the fields of public health, prevention, mental health, and substance misuse. Many people in need of services do not access them because of perceived stigma. In this webinar, Dr. Kari Finley, Research Scholar and Center Manager at the Montana State University Center for Health and Safety Culture, discusses how stigma negatively influences a variety of health conditions and ways to reduce stigma and grow a culture that supports health and safety for all. Click the link below and use passcode 3PvSw?5c to access the recording.
Prevention First Professional Development for Leadership Center Site Directors/Staff
Collaborating with Key Stakeholders
Overview of Strategic Planning
Preventing Prescription and Opioid Drug Misuse