FADAA, in partnership with the Florida Department of Children and Families, is offering a virtual alternative to the Road to Recovery: Purposeful Post-Treatment Planning Workshops. If you previously registered for the in-person workshops you must complete another registration for this virtual training.
Substance use disorders have similar genetic and environmental risk factors, etiologies, and relapse rates to other chronic conditions, including diabetes, and hypertension; indicating the need for longer-term treatment and recovery support services. A growing body of evidence indicates that approaches that support continuity of care, as well as provide continuing recovery planning and aftercare services, are more cost-effective and lead to better recovery outcomes.
Using online interactive features, including breakout discussion groups, this tele-workshop will help providers practice key steps in continuing recovery planning, contextualize the role of Recovery Coaches in discharge planning and aftercare services, identify trauma-informed discharge practices and aftercare services for survivors of trauma (including domestic violence), and integrate the evidence-supported intervention Recovery Management Checkups (RMC) as a core component of aftercare services using existing resources.
DATE: Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 9:00am-12:30pm
Who should attend?
This workshop is designed for clinicians, clinical supervisors, program managers, prevention agencies, community coalitions and executives in substance abuse and mental health agencies, Managing Entities and DCF program staff.
Special Note:This event is a web-based alternative to the Road to Recovery: Purposeful Post-Treatment Planning workshops originally planned for early May 2020. If you previously registered for the in-person workshops you must complete a new registration.
Gabriela Zapata-Alma, LCSW, CADC, is the Director of Policy and Practice for Domestic Violence and Substance Use at the National Center for Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health, as well as Faculty at The University of Chicago. Gabriela brings 15 years of experience working with people living with HIV/AIDS, impacted by housing instability, substance use disorders, and mental health conditions, as well as survivors of domestic violence and other trauma; providing direct services, training, advocacy, and consultation; and leading programs using a trauma-informed approach, Motivational Interviewing, Harm Reduction, Gender Responsive Care, Housing First, and third wave behavioral interventions. Gabriela has provided technical assistance through SAMHSA and other national leaders in best practices. Gabriela has been recognized with numerous awards, including Health & Medicine Policy Research Group’s 2018 Health Award, and the Illinois Association of Addiction Professionals chapter of NADAAC’s 2017 Rising Star Award. Gabriela has provided training and technical assistance related to serving marginalized communities impacted by trauma and other social determinants of health, locally, nationally, and internationally.
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3 Continuing Education Units/Contact Hours are provided for this event
Florida Certification Board Recognized Education Provider
Florida Board of Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling Provider #50-676
Florida Board of Nursing Provider #50-676
** Participants can earn up to 3 CEUs for each day or up to 6 CEUs for attending both days.