Applications are now open for BeHERE’s Improving Overdose Safety at Work: A Public Health Learning Cohort.
Improving Overdose Safety at Work is a FREE opportunity to learn in a peer setting about what different organizational policies can look like and how to best implement them in your own workplace. We will be connecting public health workers, front line workers, and other service providers in a structured peer-learning environment. The cohort will also offer guidance around advocacy and work planning to give you the skills to bring organizational leaders on board and take real steps toward a comprehensive overdose safety policy.
The application will close on Friday, December 1st at 5pm.
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[DEADLINE] Applications due for “Improving Overdose Safety at Work: A Public Health Learning Cohort”
12.01.23 - –
Audience: Provider, Substance Use Services, Employees, Employers/worksites, General public
12.12.23 - 9:30 am–12:30 pm
Audience: Provider, Substance Use Services, Employees, Employers/worksites, People in recovery, General public
This three-hour training will explore the definition and impacts of alcohol use, recognizing the spectrum of use from abstinence to addiction. Specifically, we will examine the social determinants of alcohol use and seek to understand and challenge inequities (e.g. racial, gender-based, etc.) in treatment and recovery. Continuing education units (CEUs) will be offered in partnership with Adcare Educational Institute.
For questions about this training, please contact Michael Leonard at [email protected].
For questions about CEUs, please contact Emelie Trayah at [email protected].