(1 CEU Live Webinar) Prescription Opioid Misuse and Dependence in New Jersey

Thursday, April 08 2021, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM [EDT]

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Thursday, April 08 2021, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM [EDT]

One required opioid continuing education requirement or 1 General Credit

Learn the basics about the prescription opioid addiction epidemic in the tri-state area, including the risks and signs of opioid misuse, addiction, and diversion. Hear how to spot it and referral/treatment options. This course fulfills the prescription opioid continuing education requirement for New Jersey social workers (Statute 45:15BB-11.1).

Cost for this course:

Regular Price: $30
NASW Member Discounted Price: $20 (Members save over 35%!)

For those licensed in NY: NASW New Jersey Chapter SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0138.

There are no refunds available for this course.

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For more information, contact Helen French at hfrench.naswnj@socialworkers.org

Contact the Organizer

Morgan Thompson, MSW
CEO, Prevention Links

Morgan Thompson, M.S.W., is the CEO of Prevention Links, a Union County-based nonprofit focused on substance use prevention and recovery support. Ms. Thompson was instrumental in the launch of the Raymond J. Lesniak Experience Strength and Hope Recovery High School, the Experience Strength and Hope Recovery Center, and the New Jersey Coalition for Addiction Recovery Support (NJ-CARS). All of these innovative solutions to the addiction crisis our state and country are facing were driven by passion and lived experience of addiction recovery. Ms. Thompson is a person in long-term recovery, having been alcohol and drug free since 2009. Ms. Thompson entered recovery at the age of 18 and speaks candidly about her experiences as an adolescent navigating the continuum of care and recovery support services. Ms. Thompson is a graduate of the Rutgers School of Social Work.

About Morgan

CEO, Prevention Links