OCAM Regional Learning Collaborative - Lima, OH February 2017

Thursday, 23 February 2017 9:30 AM - 2:15 PM EST

529 South Elizabeth Street, Suite 200, Lima, OH, 45804, United States

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Thursday, 23 February 2017 9:30 AM - 2:15 PM EST

MHRSB of Allen, Auglaize and Hardin Counties, 529 South Elizabeth Street, Suite 200, Lima, OH, 45804, United States.

Continuing Education: 4.0 RCHs have been approved

Lunch: Due to the nature and timing of the event, lunch will be available for the purchase of $10.00. If you prefer to bring your own lunch you are welcome to do so; however, the schedule will not permit attendees to leave the facility for lunch.

OCAM: The Regional Learning Collaborative is an initiative of the Ohio Coaching and Mentoring Network (OCAM), with support from the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

Goals: The goals of the Regional Learning Collaborartives are to enhance the skills of prevention practitioners and prepare them for becoming an Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist (OCPS-A, OCPS I, or OCPS II).

Objectives: At the conclusion of this Regional Learning Collaborative, participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board’s Certified Prevention Specialist requirements.
  • Connect his or her experiences in ATOD prevention with those working in prevention across the state and in other communities.
  • Identify emerging trends in ATOD use and misuse and discuss efforts to reduce substance abuse in their communities.
  • Obtain and compile resources within the science of prevention.

Cancellation policy

Should you need to cancel your participation, please contact Stacey Gibson, at Stacey.OCAM@gmail.com.

The Ohio Coaching and Mentoring Network (OCAM) is coordinated by PreventionFIRST! and will be working with a team of coaches to provide training, technical assistance, and mentoring in alignment with Ohio’s SPF-PFS priorities. This expanded infrastructure will lead to an increased use of evidence-based practice and ensure that Ohio’s rural and Appalachian populations have equitable access to culturally competent substance abuse prevention services. Questions? Please contact Stacey Gibson at (419) 334-6395 or Stacey.OCAM@gmail.com.

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