Applying Prevention Strategies to Recovery Messaging Webinar Presented
by the Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina
Hosted On: November 14, 2018 from 1:30 to 2:30 pm
This FREE online event was designed for anyone with a personal or professional connection to the recovery and prevention communities (including but not limited to; recovery coaches, peer support specialists, collegiate recovery, health educators and prevention specialists) on effective and evidenced-based prevention approaches that can be used in the recovery field and their scopes of practice. Creating a shared language, dialogue, and tools across both fields strengthens the collective efforts to work against stigma and provide support to those in need.
- Educate people on how to share their recovery story using prevention strategies, in order to cause no harm.
- Age of Onset (school-based prevention)
- Family and community attitudes about substance use (environmental prevention)
- Community involvement (coalitions)
- Connect Prevention to Recovery
- Comparing models -- Recovery based systems of care + Strategic Prevention Framework
- Prevention as a Peer Support tool
- Continuum of care – why it’s not too late to do prevention from the recovery perspective; and the universal/selected/indicated aspects
The webinar presenters were Kurtis Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org), Executive Director of the Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina and Jane Clark (email@example.com), Principal Consultant of Clarkentics Consulting & Associates, LLC.
To learn more about the ADCNC visit www.alcoholdrughelp.org.
Webinar materials can be downloaded from below. Contact NCTTA Staff for additional assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org