Nov

8

NRRC Webinar Innovations in Substance Abuse Treatment

Presenters review how adopting a “continuing care model” to treat substance use disorders can improve outcomes for individuals who are justice involved. Presenters also provide an overview of medications for the treatment of alcohol and opioid addiction, including how specific medications work in the brain and how they can support people who are justice involved with recovery and returning from prison to the community.

Webinar presenters include:

Phillip Barbour, trainer, Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC) Institute Ron Jackson, MSW,…

Past Event
November 8, 2013, 8:00 am

Presenters review how adopting a “continuing care model” to treat substance use disorders can improve outcomes for individuals who are justice involved. Presenters also provide an overview of medications for the treatment of alcohol and opioid addiction, including how specific medications work in the brain and how they can support people who are justice involved with recovery and returning from prison to the community.

Webinar presenters include:

Phillip Barbour, trainer, Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC) Institute
Ron Jackson, MSW, Executive Director, Evergreen Treatment Services


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