In this webinar, information specialist Meg Brunner, MLIS, talked about common barriers to finding valid science-based information online and recommended some best practices and tools for locating, vetting, and applying statistics, research, and other information related to substance use disorders and mental health.
FREE Peer Recovery Specialist Training
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services is hosting a Virginia DBHDS Approved
Certified Peer Recovery Specialist Training! There are 4 sessions for this training,
which equal to 60 classroom hours that you are REQUIRED to attend. This is a
free training with a $25 non-refundable registration fee (Stipends may be
available). There are 3 opportunities throughout 2020 that this training will be offered:
February 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, and 28-29
May 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, and the 22nd
August 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, and 28-29
You MUST attend all dates listed for the session you choose.
All training sessions will be at 15361 Bradford Rd in Culpeper, VA.
Contact trainer Cory Will with any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To Register: CLICK HERE
FREE Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences Training
Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) gave me a deeper understanding of trauma related addiction, and there are several FREE trainings coming up:
January 30, 9:00 – 1:00
RACSB at River Club
10825 Tidewater Trail Fredericksburg, VA 22408
TO REGISTER CLICK HERE
There will also be trainings April 22nd, July 22nd, and October 21st. Use the link above to register for any of these dates.
Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs cause toxic stress and can harm the developing brain of children. This changes how children respond to stress and has lasting effects into adulthood. We now know that this trauma also can damage our immune systems and lead to chronic health concerns like substance abuse and mental health challenges. ACEs are related to violence and other social concerns.
Training participants will gain a better understanding of what is trauma and how it affects our biology. This knowledge can help facilitate important community conversations to prevent high ACE scores and to support individuals with ACE scores.
The training is provided by the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board and is funded in part through the Family Wellness Initiative of the Office of Behavioral Health and Wellness at the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.
Contact Jennifer Bateman (540) 374-3337, ext. 100, or email@example.com