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TRAINING

Drug and Alcohol Confidentiality

DDAP is pleased to announce the availability of an online training module for Drug and Alcohol Confidentiality through TrainPA. This training is a review of the federal and state confidentiality laws and regulations protecting the privacy of those seeking and receiving services for Substance Use Disorders, and is designed to help participants gain the basic knowledge needed to effectively perform their job duties within the parameters of confidentiality protections. It is required to be completed within 365 days of hire for SCA staff and their contracted providers.

WEBINARS

Talking About PTSD: Improving Communication and Care for Refugee Patients
A webinar with mental health experts, medical interpreters, refugee community leaders, and refugee health care providers who will discuss the challenges of communicating mental health treatment options across language and cultural differences and how new resources can help foster better communication between clinicians, professional medical interpreters, and refugee patients. By strengthening providers’ knowledge of PTSD treatment for refugees, providing tools for clinicians and interpreters, and advocating for evidence-based PTSD treatment for refugee adults, we can help refugees feel more comfortable with mental health referral and treatment. Register today.

Lifeline Webinar: Tools, Training and Tips for Call Center Success | September 24 – 2 pm
In a year of enduring crises, helping those who help others is essential to achieving progress. In this “behind-the-scenes” webinar, learn how the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network is delivering tools and training to address compassion fatigue among call center staff; hear from front line workers who are helping callers navigate the pandemic and social unrest; and leave with self-care strategies you can apply in your own organization. Experience the on-the-ground impact of Lifeline call centers and learn more about their valuable role during these challenging times – register today.

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The Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) is providing training information for primary care providers regarding application for ‘Integrating Medications for Opioid Use Disorder into Primary Care’ Preceptor Training Program.

Part A: Friday, November 8, 2019: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm — 123 S. Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19109

Part B: Observation at Esperanza Health Center, Prevention Point Philadelphia, Jonathan Lax Treatment Center, or Stephen Klein Wellness Center (scheduled individually, for 1½ day or full day session)

Prior registration is required. Registrants must have already completed their waiver training and submit their license, resume, and waiver certificate prior to receiving their observation dates. This program, CME, breakfast, and lunch are provided at no cost. Funding is provided by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.

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