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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

West Coast Symposium on Addictiv...
West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders

Join us for this premier behavioral healthcare event and see how we’re creating a unique experience through numerous networking opportunities, a challenging and dynamic agenda, spotlighting programs and services, and much more. Enjoy the company of 1,300 of your fellow colleagues from across the country on the beautiful grounds of the La Quinta Resort. With the help of 77 esteemed faculty, WCSAD will offer 66 varied and challenging workshops and up to 25 continuing education credits. <p>

Annual Mental Health and Addicti...
Annual Mental Health and Addiction Symposium

<p>Please join us on Friday, June 1st at the Grand Hall and Conference Center at Union Station in downtown Indianapolis for the 21st Annual Mental Health Symposium. The 21st Annual Mental Health and Addiction Symposium, in partnership with IU School of Medicine, School of Psychiatry and DMHA, is a full day educational event that highlights the advances in mental health and addiction treatment.<p>

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

West Coast Symposium on Addictiv...
West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders

Join us for this premier behavioral healthcare event and see how we’re creating a unique experience through numerous networking opportunities, a challenging and dynamic agenda, spotlighting programs and services, and much more. Enjoy the company of 1,300 of your fellow colleagues from across the country on the beautiful grounds of the La Quinta Resort. With the help of 77 esteemed faculty, WCSAD will offer 66 varied and challenging workshops and up to 25 continuing education credits. <p>

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

West Coast Symposium on Addictiv...
West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders

Join us for this premier behavioral healthcare event and see how we’re creating a unique experience through numerous networking opportunities, a challenging and dynamic agenda, spotlighting programs and services, and much more. Enjoy the company of 1,300 of your fellow colleagues from across the country on the beautiful grounds of the La Quinta Resort. With the help of 77 esteemed faculty, WCSAD will offer 66 varied and challenging workshops and up to 25 continuing education credits. <p>

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

International Consortium of Univ...
International Consortium of Universities for Demand Reduction
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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

International Consortium of Univ...
International Consortium of Universities for Demand Reduction
The intersection of opioid abuse...
The intersection of opioid abuse, overdose, and suicide (Part 1)

Opioid overdose and suicide are among the leading causes of preventable death in the United States. A growing body of research suggests that these two major health concerns are closely linked. This webinar will examine current research on the connections between opioid abuse, overdose, and suicide. We will look at national data—exploring what they reveal about the relationship between these problems and what is still not known—as well as some of the ways state-, tribe-, and jurisdiction-level data can fill critical data gaps. Expert presenters will describe some of the populations at increased risk for both overdose and suicide death, and explore factors that contribute to these risks. Participants will also explore opportunities for collaborating across sectors to launch a coordinated response to opioid abuse and suicide, and hear examples from the field where this work is already underway. This webinar is part one in a two-part series. In the second webinar, we will explore the relationship of chronic pain to opioid abuse, overdose, and suicide, including approaches to reduce risk among people experiencing chronic pain. Part two will be held on June 28—more details to come.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

Interdepartmental Serious Mental...
Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee Virtual Public Meeting

Members of the public can attend the open, public portion of the Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee (ISMICC) meeting via telephone or webcast. The meeting can be accessed via webcast on the HHS Live Stream channel on June 8. To join by telephone, call 888-928-9713 and enter passcode 7160920.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

The College on Problems of Drug ...
The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Conference

The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to advancing a scientific approach to substance use and addictive disorders. We actively promote basic scientific research in all aspects of substance abuse, and we facilitate the sharing of knowledge and new discoveries among scientists of diverse backgrounds, both nationally and internationally. We also encourage the application of scientific knowledge to developing new behavioral and pharmacological treatment therapies through collaboration among academia, private industry, and government agencies, and we help shape sensible and effective public policy by providing information and outreach to lawmakers at local, state, and national levels.

NIDA International Forum...
NIDA International Forum

The NIDA International Forum fosters international cooperative research and the exchange of scientific information by drug abuse researchers. Held each June in conjunction with the annual scientific meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD), the Forum highlights the range and quality of drug abuse and addiction research conducted around the world.

Centered around a theme each year, the Forum features a research symposium, a poster session, and network-building activities highlighting NIDA-supported and other international research on drug abuse. This unique scientific meeting allows participants to network with talented colleagues, learn about drug abuse research and policy issues in other countries, and discuss NIDA-supported fellowships and other programs that can support international collaborations.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

The College on Problems of Drug ...
The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Conference

The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to advancing a scientific approach to substance use and addictive disorders. We actively promote basic scientific research in all aspects of substance abuse, and we facilitate the sharing of knowledge and new discoveries among scientists of diverse backgrounds, both nationally and internationally. We also encourage the application of scientific knowledge to developing new behavioral and pharmacological treatment therapies through collaboration among academia, private industry, and government agencies, and we help shape sensible and effective public policy by providing information and outreach to lawmakers at local, state, and national levels.

NIDA International Forum...
NIDA International Forum

The NIDA International Forum fosters international cooperative research and the exchange of scientific information by drug abuse researchers. Held each June in conjunction with the annual scientific meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD), the Forum highlights the range and quality of drug abuse and addiction research conducted around the world.

Centered around a theme each year, the Forum features a research symposium, a poster session, and network-building activities highlighting NIDA-supported and other international research on drug abuse. This unique scientific meeting allows participants to network with talented colleagues, learn about drug abuse research and policy issues in other countries, and discuss NIDA-supported fellowships and other programs that can support international collaborations.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

The College on Problems of Drug ...
The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Conference

The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to advancing a scientific approach to substance use and addictive disorders. We actively promote basic scientific research in all aspects of substance abuse, and we facilitate the sharing of knowledge and new discoveries among scientists of diverse backgrounds, both nationally and internationally. We also encourage the application of scientific knowledge to developing new behavioral and pharmacological treatment therapies through collaboration among academia, private industry, and government agencies, and we help shape sensible and effective public policy by providing information and outreach to lawmakers at local, state, and national levels.

NIDA International Forum...
NIDA International Forum

The NIDA International Forum fosters international cooperative research and the exchange of scientific information by drug abuse researchers. Held each June in conjunction with the annual scientific meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD), the Forum highlights the range and quality of drug abuse and addiction research conducted around the world.

Centered around a theme each year, the Forum features a research symposium, a poster session, and network-building activities highlighting NIDA-supported and other international research on drug abuse. This unique scientific meeting allows participants to network with talented colleagues, learn about drug abuse research and policy issues in other countries, and discuss NIDA-supported fellowships and other programs that can support international collaborations.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

The College on Problems of Drug ...
The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Conference

The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to advancing a scientific approach to substance use and addictive disorders. We actively promote basic scientific research in all aspects of substance abuse, and we facilitate the sharing of knowledge and new discoveries among scientists of diverse backgrounds, both nationally and internationally. We also encourage the application of scientific knowledge to developing new behavioral and pharmacological treatment therapies through collaboration among academia, private industry, and government agencies, and we help shape sensible and effective public policy by providing information and outreach to lawmakers at local, state, and national levels.

International Narcotics Research...
International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC)

The International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC) is one of the most significant meetings for researchers and clinicians working in the field of opioid pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, and clinical studies. The first official meeting of the INRC was held in July 1969 in Basel, Switzerland as a satellite of the IUPHAR meeting. Since then, the INRC has been held annually for the last 48 years, and its membership has expanded significantly. The INRC is known to attract internationally-renowned scientists who regularly present ground breaking research. This conference has always been a small but impactful meeting where scientists from different specialties come together to identify novel mechanisms and therapeutic strategies for the treatment of addiction, chronic pain, and mood disorders. In addition, a fundamental philosophy of the INRC community is to engage trainees, and highlight their contribution as young scientists. Within the meeting agenda, the organizing committee makes a concerted effort to include talks from post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, and provides ample opportunity for engaging discussions between senior scientists and trainees. We are very excited to hold this prestigious meeting in San Diego in 2018, and we look forward to hosting you soon!

More Than Billboards: Using Soci...
More Than Billboards: Using Social Media Platforms to Move Your Message Webinar

Messages are constantly moving, especially when they relate to health and behavior change. It is important for organizations and coalitions to convey messages in a concise and informative way that resonates with individuals to act. This training examines using social media platforms to move messages to the appropriate audiences.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

The College on Problems of Drug ...
The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Conference

The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to advancing a scientific approach to substance use and addictive disorders. We actively promote basic scientific research in all aspects of substance abuse, and we facilitate the sharing of knowledge and new discoveries among scientists of diverse backgrounds, both nationally and internationally. We also encourage the application of scientific knowledge to developing new behavioral and pharmacological treatment therapies through collaboration among academia, private industry, and government agencies, and we help shape sensible and effective public policy by providing information and outreach to lawmakers at local, state, and national levels.

International Narcotics Research...
International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC)

The International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC) is one of the most significant meetings for researchers and clinicians working in the field of opioid pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, and clinical studies. The first official meeting of the INRC was held in July 1969 in Basel, Switzerland as a satellite of the IUPHAR meeting. Since then, the INRC has been held annually for the last 48 years, and its membership has expanded significantly. The INRC is known to attract internationally-renowned scientists who regularly present ground breaking research. This conference has always been a small but impactful meeting where scientists from different specialties come together to identify novel mechanisms and therapeutic strategies for the treatment of addiction, chronic pain, and mood disorders. In addition, a fundamental philosophy of the INRC community is to engage trainees, and highlight their contribution as young scientists. Within the meeting agenda, the organizing committee makes a concerted effort to include talks from post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, and provides ample opportunity for engaging discussions between senior scientists and trainees. We are very excited to hold this prestigious meeting in San Diego in 2018, and we look forward to hosting you soon!

Brown Bag: Mental Health & I...
Brown Bag: Mental Health & Intellectual Development Disorder Services

Presented by Greg Jones, Connxxions. Free, CEU certificate, $5.

Lunch & Learn - Evolving Mod...
Lunch & Learn - Evolving Models of Care: 8 Questions to Ask Before Diving in to Telemedicine

<p>Presented by Kristi Eldredge, RN, JD, CPHRM - Senior Risk & Patient Safety Consultant at MMIC Health care providers today are serving greater numbers of insured patients, many with chronic conditions needing long-term management. In addition, providers face demands for improved access and greater value.<p>

 

<p>This program will cover eight questions to ask before diving in to telemedicine, such as: Am I licensed for this? How does this care get documented in the medical record? Do I need a special consent form? Providers armed with answers to these essential questions will be better able to protect themselves from risk and deliver quality care as the technology and regulatory environments in which they work evolve. Connection Information Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/481338474 Or Telephone: 1-408-638-0968<p>

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

The College on Problems of Drug ...
The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Conference

The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to advancing a scientific approach to substance use and addictive disorders. We actively promote basic scientific research in all aspects of substance abuse, and we facilitate the sharing of knowledge and new discoveries among scientists of diverse backgrounds, both nationally and internationally. We also encourage the application of scientific knowledge to developing new behavioral and pharmacological treatment therapies through collaboration among academia, private industry, and government agencies, and we help shape sensible and effective public policy by providing information and outreach to lawmakers at local, state, and national levels.

International Narcotics Research...
International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC)

The International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC) is one of the most significant meetings for researchers and clinicians working in the field of opioid pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, and clinical studies. The first official meeting of the INRC was held in July 1969 in Basel, Switzerland as a satellite of the IUPHAR meeting. Since then, the INRC has been held annually for the last 48 years, and its membership has expanded significantly. The INRC is known to attract internationally-renowned scientists who regularly present ground breaking research. This conference has always been a small but impactful meeting where scientists from different specialties come together to identify novel mechanisms and therapeutic strategies for the treatment of addiction, chronic pain, and mood disorders. In addition, a fundamental philosophy of the INRC community is to engage trainees, and highlight their contribution as young scientists. Within the meeting agenda, the organizing committee makes a concerted effort to include talks from post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, and provides ample opportunity for engaging discussions between senior scientists and trainees. We are very excited to hold this prestigious meeting in San Diego in 2018, and we look forward to hosting you soon!

SpeakUP Training: Faith & Su...
SpeakUP Training: Faith & Suicide

This SpeakUp Training session, designed for pastors, ministry leaders, and lay people in congregations, will focus on suicide prevention, intervention and postvention. Karen Mason and Glen Bloomstrom will integrate what the Bible says and what science tells us about preventing suicide, intervening with suicide and what to do following a suicide. Additionally, you will learn how to recognize suicidal thinking, how to help a person considering suicide and standard protocols for your church following a suicide attempt or death by suicide. By the end of the session, you will be ready with practical steps to benefit your ministry and the people God calls you to serve.

Mental Health America 2018 Annua...
Mental Health America 2018 Annual Conference: Fit For The Future

When it comes to mental health, is the United States languishing in the past, or are we fit for the future? MHA’s 2018 Annual Conference, taking place in Washington, DC June 14-16, 2018 will tackle this very question – how can we be fit for the future for mental health? Our Fit for the Future theme will explore what we can do personally as individuals to keep ourselves healthy in the 21st Century – how data and personal narratives are increasingly connecting exercise and nutrition to overall mental health, and how leaders in the nutrition and fitness fields are using this information to promote overall health and well-being and impact the mental health of millions. We will dive into programs that are already making use of cutting edge 21st Century technologies, treatments, and research – as well as those that will emerge soon to benefit those with mental health needs. We will offer new tools and techniques that are enabling professionals and peers to launch innovative and collaborative practices that brighten the future of mental health care for all – including those with serious mental health concerns.

Indiana Suicide Prevention PreCo...
Indiana Suicide Prevention PreConference and Conference
Crisis Center's 24th Annual...
Crisis Center's 24th Annual Wine Fest & Auction

A benefit for children, youth, and families. Because you never get to be a child...twice!

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

International Narcotics Research...
International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC)

The International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC) is one of the most significant meetings for researchers and clinicians working in the field of opioid pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, and clinical studies. The first official meeting of the INRC was held in July 1969 in Basel, Switzerland as a satellite of the IUPHAR meeting. Since then, the INRC has been held annually for the last 48 years, and its membership has expanded significantly. The INRC is known to attract internationally-renowned scientists who regularly present ground breaking research. This conference has always been a small but impactful meeting where scientists from different specialties come together to identify novel mechanisms and therapeutic strategies for the treatment of addiction, chronic pain, and mood disorders. In addition, a fundamental philosophy of the INRC community is to engage trainees, and highlight their contribution as young scientists. Within the meeting agenda, the organizing committee makes a concerted effort to include talks from post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, and provides ample opportunity for engaging discussions between senior scientists and trainees. We are very excited to hold this prestigious meeting in San Diego in 2018, and we look forward to hosting you soon!

Mental Health America 2018 Annua...
Mental Health America 2018 Annual Conference: Fit For The Future

When it comes to mental health, is the United States languishing in the past, or are we fit for the future? MHA’s 2018 Annual Conference, taking place in Washington, DC June 14-16, 2018 will tackle this very question – how can we be fit for the future for mental health? Our Fit for the Future theme will explore what we can do personally as individuals to keep ourselves healthy in the 21st Century – how data and personal narratives are increasingly connecting exercise and nutrition to overall mental health, and how leaders in the nutrition and fitness fields are using this information to promote overall health and well-being and impact the mental health of millions. We will dive into programs that are already making use of cutting edge 21st Century technologies, treatments, and research – as well as those that will emerge soon to benefit those with mental health needs. We will offer new tools and techniques that are enabling professionals and peers to launch innovative and collaborative practices that brighten the future of mental health care for all – including those with serious mental health concerns.

Indiana Suicide Prevention PreCo...
Indiana Suicide Prevention PreConference and Conference
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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

International Narcotics Research...
International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC)

The International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC) is one of the most significant meetings for researchers and clinicians working in the field of opioid pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, and clinical studies. The first official meeting of the INRC was held in July 1969 in Basel, Switzerland as a satellite of the IUPHAR meeting. Since then, the INRC has been held annually for the last 48 years, and its membership has expanded significantly. The INRC is known to attract internationally-renowned scientists who regularly present ground breaking research. This conference has always been a small but impactful meeting where scientists from different specialties come together to identify novel mechanisms and therapeutic strategies for the treatment of addiction, chronic pain, and mood disorders. In addition, a fundamental philosophy of the INRC community is to engage trainees, and highlight their contribution as young scientists. Within the meeting agenda, the organizing committee makes a concerted effort to include talks from post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, and provides ample opportunity for engaging discussions between senior scientists and trainees. We are very excited to hold this prestigious meeting in San Diego in 2018, and we look forward to hosting you soon!

Mental Health America 2018 Annua...
Mental Health America 2018 Annual Conference: Fit For The Future

When it comes to mental health, is the United States languishing in the past, or are we fit for the future? MHA’s 2018 Annual Conference, taking place in Washington, DC June 14-16, 2018 will tackle this very question – how can we be fit for the future for mental health? Our Fit for the Future theme will explore what we can do personally as individuals to keep ourselves healthy in the 21st Century – how data and personal narratives are increasingly connecting exercise and nutrition to overall mental health, and how leaders in the nutrition and fitness fields are using this information to promote overall health and well-being and impact the mental health of millions. We will dive into programs that are already making use of cutting edge 21st Century technologies, treatments, and research – as well as those that will emerge soon to benefit those with mental health needs. We will offer new tools and techniques that are enabling professionals and peers to launch innovative and collaborative practices that brighten the future of mental health care for all – including those with serious mental health concerns.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

Youth Mental Health First Aid...
Youth Mental Health First Aid

You will learn: The peak age of onset for mental illness is early adolescence The unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescence The importance of early intervention How to help a youth who is experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge A 5-step action plan to assist an adolescent in crisis or an adolescent that is exhbiting the signs and symptoms of mental illness Resource available to help adolescnets with a mental health problem Participants who successfully complete the 8-hour traning will become certifiec in "Youth Mental Health First Aid."

HEALing Communities Study Design...
HEALing Communities Study Design Workshop

Meeting Purpose: To bring together scientific experts, state partners, federal partners, and other key stakeholders to solicit feedback regarding important aspects of study design, infrastructure requirements, timelines, and budget allocation for a large multisite national research effort to develop and determine the impact of approaches for the systematic implementation and sustainability of an integrated set of evidence-based interventions within health care, behavioral health, justice systems, and community organizations to decrease opioid overdose deaths and events, lower incidence of opioid use disorders and hepatitis C, and increase the number of individuals who are receiving medication-assisted treatment and are retained in treatment beyond 6 months.

Lunch & Learn - "Needle...
Lunch & Learn - "Needle Exchange Program: Municipal Considerations"

Description: Needle Exchange Programs are fairly new to Indiana and can have far-reaching impacts on our rural communities. Join us to find out everything you need to know about these programs and what it could mean for your organization.

 

Connection Information

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/518442245

Or Telephone: 1-646-876-9923

 

Meeting ID: 518 442 245

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

Clinical Strategies to Promote M...
Clinical Strategies to Promote Medication Adherence

June 19, 2018
2:00 - 3:30 PM ET

Presenter: 
Joe Parks, MD, Medical Director, National Council for Behavioral Health

Register for free here: https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1194137&tp_key=10d9acb6df

The use of medications to treat mental illness and opioid and alcohol use disorders can produce life changing benefits. However, these medications also have significant side effects. Non-adherence to medications is generally more common among persons with mental disorders than individuals with physical health conditions and can negatively impact health outcomes and increase costs.

Interdisciplinary teams in integrated care settings have the opportunity to improve medication adherence among patients by incorporating shared decision making into the provider-patient relationship, using motivational interviewing to promote adherence, establishing pharmacies onsite to reduce barriers to accessing medications, and engaging family members in the treatment plan.

Join the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions for this webinar to review the importance of medication adherence and key recommendations for organizations to promote medication adherence.


Please note the following:

Registration is free and closed captioning is available upon request.

The SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions does not provide certificates of attendance or continuing education credits for webinar attendance.
 

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

Leveraging Culture to Improve He...
Leveraging Culture to Improve Health and Safety

The Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) is committed to working with communities to transform culture so that healthy and safe behaviors are sustainable. To be effective using culture as a basis for promoting health and safety across multiple domains, health and safety practitioners and advocates need to be aware of current research and best practices in transforming culture. Recognizing this need, the Center for Health and Safety Culture is initiating an annual symposium intended to support the evolution of science and practice in creating a positive culture to sustain safe and healthy choices.

Center for Health and Safety Cul...
Center for Health and Safety Culture Symposium 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) is committed to working with communities to transform culture so that healthy and safe behaviors are sustainable. To be effective using culture as a basis for promoting health and safety across multiple domains, health and safety practitioners and advocates need to be aware of current research and best practices in transforming culture. Recognizing this need, the Center for Health and Safety Culture is initiating an annual symposium intended to support the evolution of science and practice in creating a positive culture to sustain safe and healthy choices. Rather than choosing a traditional conference format where speakers and experts share information with attendees, the 2018 CHSC symposium is designed in a way that allows attendees to have the opportunity to engage in group discussion, listen to presentations in multiple formats, and create knowledge together. Although there are many unique definitions of a symposium, they all include gaining knowledge through interaction, conversation, and partnerships.

Girl Bullying & Empowerment ...
Girl Bullying & Empowerment National Conference

<p>Conference Brochure: http://www.stopgirlbullying.com/GBE_2018.pdf   <p>

<p>Preventing Bullying & Improving Culture Enable Girls to Focus on Academics For the past 11 years, the Girl Bullying Conference has brought focus to the problem of relational aggression among girls. Quite naturally, many of the field-tested interventions presented at this unique gathering encourage friendship, sisterhood and building other types of supportive relationships – hence the added emphasis on female empowerment. Now in its 12th year, the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference will be coming to Orlando and Atlanta. This unique gathering will help counselors, principals, teachers, social workers and other professionals understand the latest research and field-tested strategies designed to address relational aggression and to build positive, supportive relationships among girls.<p>

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

Leveraging Culture to Improve He...
Leveraging Culture to Improve Health and Safety

The Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) is committed to working with communities to transform culture so that healthy and safe behaviors are sustainable. To be effective using culture as a basis for promoting health and safety across multiple domains, health and safety practitioners and advocates need to be aware of current research and best practices in transforming culture. Recognizing this need, the Center for Health and Safety Culture is initiating an annual symposium intended to support the evolution of science and practice in creating a positive culture to sustain safe and healthy choices.

Center for Health and Safety Cul...
Center for Health and Safety Culture Symposium 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) is committed to working with communities to transform culture so that healthy and safe behaviors are sustainable. To be effective using culture as a basis for promoting health and safety across multiple domains, health and safety practitioners and advocates need to be aware of current research and best practices in transforming culture. Recognizing this need, the Center for Health and Safety Culture is initiating an annual symposium intended to support the evolution of science and practice in creating a positive culture to sustain safe and healthy choices. Rather than choosing a traditional conference format where speakers and experts share information with attendees, the 2018 CHSC symposium is designed in a way that allows attendees to have the opportunity to engage in group discussion, listen to presentations in multiple formats, and create knowledge together. Although there are many unique definitions of a symposium, they all include gaining knowledge through interaction, conversation, and partnerships.

Girl Bullying & Empowerment ...
Girl Bullying & Empowerment National Conference

<p>Conference Brochure: http://www.stopgirlbullying.com/GBE_2018.pdf   <p>

<p>Preventing Bullying & Improving Culture Enable Girls to Focus on Academics For the past 11 years, the Girl Bullying Conference has brought focus to the problem of relational aggression among girls. Quite naturally, many of the field-tested interventions presented at this unique gathering encourage friendship, sisterhood and building other types of supportive relationships – hence the added emphasis on female empowerment. Now in its 12th year, the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference will be coming to Orlando and Atlanta. This unique gathering will help counselors, principals, teachers, social workers and other professionals understand the latest research and field-tested strategies designed to address relational aggression and to build positive, supportive relationships among girls.<p>

Transformational Change Requires...
Transformational Change Requires Transformational Leaders Two-part Series

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<p>In this two-part webinar, David Lloyd, founder of MTM Services, will revisit his popular NatCon18 presentation, share his insights based on more than twenty-five years of implementing transformational change and take questions from the audience.<p>

<p>On June 21 at 12:30 ET (part 1), David will address the biggest challenges facing behavioral healthcare providers today.<p>

<p>On July 11 at 12:30 ET, David will discuss tangible strategies for shifting to a sustained CQI-based delegated leadership transformational change process, including appropriate roles for team members at all levels.<p>

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

Leveraging Culture to Improve He...
Leveraging Culture to Improve Health and Safety

The Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) is committed to working with communities to transform culture so that healthy and safe behaviors are sustainable. To be effective using culture as a basis for promoting health and safety across multiple domains, health and safety practitioners and advocates need to be aware of current research and best practices in transforming culture. Recognizing this need, the Center for Health and Safety Culture is initiating an annual symposium intended to support the evolution of science and practice in creating a positive culture to sustain safe and healthy choices.

Center for Health and Safety Cul...
Center for Health and Safety Culture Symposium 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) is committed to working with communities to transform culture so that healthy and safe behaviors are sustainable. To be effective using culture as a basis for promoting health and safety across multiple domains, health and safety practitioners and advocates need to be aware of current research and best practices in transforming culture. Recognizing this need, the Center for Health and Safety Culture is initiating an annual symposium intended to support the evolution of science and practice in creating a positive culture to sustain safe and healthy choices. Rather than choosing a traditional conference format where speakers and experts share information with attendees, the 2018 CHSC symposium is designed in a way that allows attendees to have the opportunity to engage in group discussion, listen to presentations in multiple formats, and create knowledge together. Although there are many unique definitions of a symposium, they all include gaining knowledge through interaction, conversation, and partnerships.

Girl Bullying & Empowerment ...
Girl Bullying & Empowerment National Conference

<p>Conference Brochure: http://www.stopgirlbullying.com/GBE_2018.pdf   <p>

<p>Preventing Bullying & Improving Culture Enable Girls to Focus on Academics For the past 11 years, the Girl Bullying Conference has brought focus to the problem of relational aggression among girls. Quite naturally, many of the field-tested interventions presented at this unique gathering encourage friendship, sisterhood and building other types of supportive relationships – hence the added emphasis on female empowerment. Now in its 12th year, the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference will be coming to Orlando and Atlanta. This unique gathering will help counselors, principals, teachers, social workers and other professionals understand the latest research and field-tested strategies designed to address relational aggression and to build positive, supportive relationships among girls.<p>

Lunch & Learn - Be SMART for...
Lunch & Learn - Be SMART for Kids: Preventing Access to Lethal Means to Reduce Youth Suicides in Rur

Presented by Jane Hedeen, MA - Be SMART Lead at IN Chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America This session will introduce the "Be SMART for Kids" framework as a tool to equip families and friends in preventing access to guns in homes where youth may exhibit risk factors and/or warning signs of suicidal ideation. A recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health chronicled the correlation between high rates of gun ownership in rural communities and the use of firearms to complete suicide in those communities. As one of the primary means of suicide, particularly in rural areas, the presence of a gun in the home has been cited by researchers as a more important risk factor than an underlying psychiatric illness among impulsive teens. Particularly in Indiana, where suicide is the second leading cause of death among those 10-14 years of age, limiting access to guns--the most lethal method of suicide--is key to preventing suicide among rural youth. Connection Information Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/835646262 Or Telephone: 1-408-638-0968 Meeting ID: 835 646 262

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

Girl Bullying & Empowerment ...
Girl Bullying & Empowerment National Conference

<p>Conference Brochure: http://www.stopgirlbullying.com/GBE_2018.pdf   <p>

<p>Preventing Bullying & Improving Culture Enable Girls to Focus on Academics For the past 11 years, the Girl Bullying Conference has brought focus to the problem of relational aggression among girls. Quite naturally, many of the field-tested interventions presented at this unique gathering encourage friendship, sisterhood and building other types of supportive relationships – hence the added emphasis on female empowerment. Now in its 12th year, the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference will be coming to Orlando and Atlanta. This unique gathering will help counselors, principals, teachers, social workers and other professionals understand the latest research and field-tested strategies designed to address relational aggression and to build positive, supportive relationships among girls.<p>

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

BASICS and CASICS training...
BASICS and CASICS training

<p>ICAN is hosting 2 day BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention) training on June 25-26 with 1 day CASICS (marijuana) training on June 27th (you MUST attend BASICS first to be eligible). <p>

 

See registraton page for cost

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

BASICS and CASICS training...
BASICS and CASICS training

<p>ICAN is hosting 2 day BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention) training on June 25-26 with 1 day CASICS (marijuana) training on June 27th (you MUST attend BASICS first to be eligible). <p>

 

See registraton page for cost

Indiana Rural Health Association...
Indiana Rural Health Association Annual Conference

See website for details.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

BASICS and CASICS training...
BASICS and CASICS training

<p>ICAN is hosting 2 day BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention) training on June 25-26 with 1 day CASICS (marijuana) training on June 27th (you MUST attend BASICS first to be eligible). <p>

 

See registraton page for cost

Indiana Rural Health Association...
Indiana Rural Health Association Annual Conference

See website for details.

National PTSD Awareness Day...
National PTSD Awareness Day
Mental Health First Aid...
Mental Health First Aid

An 8-hour interactive training course for adults. The course: Presents an overview of mental health illness and substance abuse disorders Introduces the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems Builds understanding of the impact of mental health illnesses Teaches a five-step action plan to help an individual in crisis Participants who successfully complete the 8-hour program will become a certified "Mental Health First Aider." Cost: $50 per person and includes materials. April 18 | 8:30 am - 12:30 pm April 19 | 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Attendance both days is required.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

Mental Health First Aid...
Mental Health First Aid

An 8-hour interactive training course for adults. The course: Presents an overview of mental health illness and substance abuse disorders Introduces the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems Builds understanding of the impact of mental health illnesses Teaches a five-step action plan to help an individual in crisis Participants who successfully complete the 8-hour program will become a certified "Mental Health First Aider." Cost: $50 per person and includes materials. April 18 | 8:30 am - 12:30 pm April 19 | 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Attendance both days is required.

QPR Suicide Prevention Training ...
QPR Suicide Prevention Training for Trainers

Becoming a certified trainer of QPR’s industry-leading approach to suicide prevention is an excellent way for individuals and organizations to help empower their communities to effectively intervene on behalf of suicidal and in-crisis people.

Criminal Justice and the Serious...
Criminal Justice and the Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI)

Description: A 2010 report from the Treatment Advocacy Center found that jails and prisons have more than three times the individuals living with serious mental illness than hospitals. Labeled as the “new mental hospitals or asylums,” at least 16 percent of inmates currently in jails and prisons have a serious mental illness compared to 6.4 percent in 1983. Unless gaps in care for these individuals are identified and effective patient-centered interventions are implemented, this problem will persist and potentially worsen. Attendees of this webinar will learn about the factors contributing to the current situation, gaps in the systems, how to improve access to care in the community and the role of diversion programs such as Mental Health Courts and Drug Courts in decreasing criminalization of serious mental illness and substance use disorders.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

25th USF Social Marketing Confer...
25th USF Social Marketing Conference

#SMC2018 will arm participants with the tools and techniques to develop effective behavior change programs and campaigns. As well as expert speakers, cutting edge content and lively discussions, you can look forward to great networking. Delegates attend from across North America and beyond, finding this conference to be among the best for helpful, down to earth advice and information that they can use to make their programs a success. Additionally, at each conference, we honor some of the best upcoming and established practitioners and agencies in our field.

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National Safety Month...
National Safety Month

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Make a difference – spread the word about ways to reduce the risk of injuries. Encourage communities, workplaces, families, and individuals to identify and report safety hazards. How can National Safety Month make a difference? We can all use this time to raise awareness about important safety issues like: Preventing poisonings Medication safety and prescription drug abuse Driving, biking, and working safely First aid and emergency preparedness Preventing slips, trips, and falls

National PTSD Awareness Month...
National PTSD Awareness Month

Spread the word! Join our efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments during PTSD Awareness Month. Everyone makes a difference. Share our printable PDF: Help Raise PTSD Awareness. Learn: PTSD Treatment Works Discover the facts. Start with PTSD Basics, key information about trauma, PTSD and treatment options. Download our Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment (PDF) brochure. For more advanced information, we offer many free, in-depth Continuing Education Courses. Professionals can earn continuing education credits for most courses. Explore your options. Take the mystery out of PTSD treatment. Watch our short whiteboard video PTSD Treatment: Know Your Options to learn which treatments are best and use the PTSD Treatment Decision Aid to find the treatment that is best for you. Or visit AboutFace, a website where Veterans, their family members and clinicians talk about turning life around with PTSD treatment.

25th USF Social Marketing Confer...
25th USF Social Marketing Conference

#SMC2018 will arm participants with the tools and techniques to develop effective behavior change programs and campaigns. As well as expert speakers, cutting edge content and lively discussions, you can look forward to great networking. Delegates attend from across North America and beyond, finding this conference to be among the best for helpful, down to earth advice and information that they can use to make their programs a success. Additionally, at each conference, we honor some of the best upcoming and established practitioners and agencies in our field.

The 28th Annual International Ca...
The 28th Annual International Cannabinoid Research Society Symposium on the Cannabinoids

See PDF for program:  http://www.icrs.co/SYMPOSIUM.2018/ICRS2018.PRELIMINARY.PROGRAMME.pdf