This 12-hour (6 hours per day for 2 days) training helps adults examine their own attitudes regarding alcohol, tobacco and other drugs; recognize the effects of substance abuse on families and communities; and understand the importance of prevention/intervention strategies.
NCADA offers several networking opportunities for faculty who are leading and implementing school-based substance abuse and violence prevention programs.
This four hour training introduces adults and young people to ideas on how each of us can contribute to the health and well-being of all children and adolescents, based on the Search Institute’s 40 Developmental Assets. This training provides detailed information about things that contribute to the healthy development of adolescents; how to be an active player in building these skills, experiences and opportunities in your community; and ways to join forces with other community members to create an environment where young people thrive. The workshop was designed by the Search Institute, a national leader in the field of Positive Youth Development.
For more information contact Nichole Dawsey.