New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association

Dedicated to Advancing Addiction Professionals in New Hampshire

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We offer over 75 professional development events annually and host a library of over 35 on-demand webinars. Our Professional Development Calendar also includes local events hosted by other entities that may be of interest to substance use and other healthcare professionals in NH.

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We advocate for sound public policies related to issues that impact the substance use workforce as well as those experiencing addiction.

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We advertise employment resources and NH job opportunities for substance use treatment, prevention, and recovery professionals.

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We guide healthcare professionals to resources for professional development, scholarships, credentialing and other substance use related information.

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Year: 2021

1January, 2021
Jan 08 Virtual: HIV Trends & Treatment
Jan 15 Virtual: Introduction to Ethics & Confidentiality
Jan 18 Virtual: Connect Suicide Prevention for Behavioral Health Clinicians
Jan 25 Virtual: Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) Performance Domains
Jan 28 Virtual: Alcohol and Substance Use Concerns Among Older Adults in Rural NH
Jan 29 Virtual: Taking a Closer Look at Methamphetamine Addiction and Recovery
Feb 09 Virtual: Recognizing & Accommodating Brain Injury in Your Practice
Feb 10 Virtual: Understanding Your Ethical Confidentiality Obligations Under FERPA, 42 CFR Part 2, State Law and HIPAA
Feb 11 Virtual: Risks of Depression and Suicide Among Older Adults in Rural NH
Feb 11 Virtual: Ethics & Best Practices in Telehealth for Substance Use Disorders
Feb 18 Virtual: Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery
Feb 23 Virtual: Medications for Addiction Treatment
Mar 02 Virtual: The Role of Wellness & Nutrition in the Prevention, Treatment and Recovery of Substance Use Disorders
Mar 04 Virtual: NAMI NH Connect Program: Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk in Students
Mar 09 Virtual: LADC/MLADC Administrative Rules Overview
Mar 09 Virtual: CRSW Administrative Rules Overview
Mar 16 Virtual: Brain Injury and Overdose: Evidence-Based Care & Case Management
Mar 22 Virtual: Art & Science of Peer Assisted Recovery
Mar 24 Virtual: Prevention Ethics
Mar 26 Virtual: What Trauma-Informed Care Has to Offer Us in the Time of Crisis
Apr 02 Virtual: Exploring Youth Homelessness
Apr 08 Virtual: TRUST: Treatment for Stimulant Use Disorder: Maximizing Evidence Based Practices
Apr 09 Virtual: Teens, Anxiety and Depression: Concrete Skills for Treatment and Prevention
Apr 13 Virtual: CRSWs Supervising CRSWs
Apr 15 Virtual: Understanding ASAM Criteria for Non-Clinicians
Apr 15 Virtual: Designing Contingency Management with Fidelity
Apr 19 Virtual: Ethics: Critical Ethical Challenges and ‘Virtual’ Service Delivery
Apr 23 Virtual: The 12 Core Functions of a Substance Use Counselor
May 06 Virtual: The Next Generation of Clinical Supervision: A Blended Model of Clinical Supervision
May 12 Virtual: HIV Update for Substance Use Professionals
May 13 Virtual: Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery
May 17 Virtual: Art & Science of Peer Assisted Recovery
May 20 Virtual: Relationship-Building & Belonging: Capitalizing on the “Flock” Response
May 25 Virtual: Addressing Motivation and the Process of Change in Group Treatment
Jun 09 Virtual: Substance Use and Abuse During Prenatal and Perinatal Period
Jul 07 Virtual: The 12 Core Functions of a Substance Use Counselor
Aug 12 Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery
Sep 24 Virtual: Exploring Youth Homelessness
Oct 14 Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery

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