Training Opportunity - In Depth with Substance Use and Families
Are you comfortable identifying if a person is under the influence?
Can you explain with confidence what a drug test reveals—and the complications of interpreting test results?
How do you know if a family is accessing the right level of treatment at the right time?
Join the new ECHO series In Depth with Substance Use and Families to explore these topics and advance your understanding of how substance use in a family intersects with child welfare practice.
The breadth of topics ranges from distinguishing fact from myth when it comes to medication-assisted treatment to assessing and ensuring parental capacity at the various decision points in a child welfare case. You’ll leave the series connected with experts in the field—and your peers—and you’ll feel more confident engaging with families when substance use is involved.
Please note that The Substance Use Puzzle: Putting Together the Pieces WBT is a prerequisite for this ECHO series.
Learners receive 6 training credit hours for completing this learning experience.
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