Day 1 Webinar Recording
Day 2 Webinar Recording
The Webinar Slide Decks can be found on the bottom of this page.
Links mentioned during the webinar can be found at:
Webinar Dates and Times:
- March 24 from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
- March 25 from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
This interactive training will provide basic information, core messages, values, and best practices related to HIV/AIDS prevention. In addition, this training will provide an overview on the most common Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs): chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, syphilis, herpes, HPV, and what are identified prevention strategies. By the end of this three (3) hour online training, participants will:
- Learn about HIV
- Identify strategies for prevention of HIV
- Know more about common STDs
- Learn how to help the community lower its risk for STD
This training was designed for substance use prevention and addiction professionals, public health and other professionals interested in the training topic.
The event was intended to serve the needs of novice to advance skilled community members.
About the North Carolina Training and Technical Assistance Center (NCTTA):
The NCTTA provides training and technical assistance to North Carolina Substance Abuse Prevention Providers and interested communities. Services include:
- Developing tools and strategies to improve the quality of substance abuse prevention activities
- Providing technical assistance and learning resources
- Improving the understanding of prevention science
- Encouraging the use of epidemiological data to guide prevention planning
- Assisting in the selection and implementation of evidence-based and promising prevention practices
The North Carolina Training and Technical Assistance Center provides training and technical assistance as a no-cost service with support from the NC DHHS Division of MH/DD/SAS. To learn more about the NCTTA visit ncpreventiontta.org
About the Trainers:
TTJ Group, LLC promotes public health by collaborating with communities to create and provide innovative and culturally appropriate services on a national level. The Group has a seventy-five (75) plus network of content consultants and associates included to provide work in this proposal who have worked with prevention programs nationally and specifically within their professions and are specialists in substance abuse disorder prevention, and public health. They each have a solid understanding of working with faith-based organizations and communities, Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) and understanding of program sustainability. They represent over two hundred years of experience in the human service field.
Funding in whole or in part for this event was provided by the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services with funding from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.