New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association

Dedicated to Advancing Addiction Professionals in New Hampshire

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EDUCATION

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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ADVOCACY

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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EMPLOYMENT

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

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RESOURCES

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

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Year: 2020

1January, 2020
Jan 09 Understanding ASAM Criteria for Non-Clinicians
Jan 09 Addressing Issues of Stigma and Discrimination around Substance use Disorder
Jan 10 Medication Assisted Treatment for Persons with Opioid Use Disorder 201: Treatment Protocols
Jan 14 CRSW Administrative Rules Overview
Jan 14 LADC/MLADC Administrative Rules Overview
Jan 16 Neurobiology of Addiction
Jan 17 Advocacy 101: How to Advocate in NH
Jan 17 Motivational Interviewing Advancing the Practice
Jan 22 Expressive Tools for Clinical Practice
Jan 28 Supervising Peer Recovery Support Workers
Jan 29 Cultural Considerations for Increasing Positive Outcomes for LGBTQ Individuals Across The Substance Use Disorder Continuum
Jan 30 Recovery Coach Academy
February
Feb 04 Connect Suicide Prevention for Behavioral Health Clinicians
Feb 08 Compassionate Care for Infants and Families Affected by Perinatal Substance Exposure
Feb 12 Understanding Substance Use Disorder
Feb 14 HIV Trends & Treatment
Feb 18 Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences & Working with Complex Trauma
Feb 19 Who Am I? Fostering Identity Development and Resilience in Youth
Feb 24 Women and Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
Feb 28 Sex Offenders and the Opioid Epidemic
March
Mar 05 Harm Reduction
Mar 06 The Connect Program: Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk in those Impacted by Substance Use Disorder
Mar 12 Connect Suicide Prevention Program: Helping Veterans and Family Members at Risk of Suicide
Mar 14 Ethics & Clinical Practice: A Review for Clinicians
Mar 17 Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) – 4 Day Training
Mar 19 Confidentiality & Ethical Practice: Issues for Substance Use, Mental Health and Other Healthcare Providers (42 CFR Part 2)
Mar 24 Stages of Change (Trans-Theoretical Model)
Mar 25 De-escalation & Engagement Strategies: A Trauma Informed Approach
Mar 26 Ethics for Peer Recovery Supports
Mar 28 Medication Assisted Treatment and Drug Treatment Courts
Mar 30 Mechanics of Addiction Counseling: Evaluation and Treatment Planning
Mar 30 The Seven Challenges: An Overview for Student Assistance Professionals & Adolescent Treatment Providers
2April
Apr 01 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Apr 02 Workforce Resilience: Promoting Clinician Well-Being
Apr 03 Improving Outcomes by Recognizing & Responding to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) in Individuals in Treatment
Apr 06 Motivational Interviewing Basic: Spirit and Power of Motivational Interviewing to Guide Change
Apr 07 Transition Age Youth
Apr 08 Double-Edged Stress and The First Responder
Apr 08 Double-Edged Stress and The First Responder
Apr 09 Ethics is Practice: Identification of Critical Ethical Challenges and a Framework for Decision Making
Apr 10 The Twelve Core Functions of The Substance Use Counselor
Apr 13 Serving as a Wounded Healer Through the Opioid Epidemic
Apr 14 Recognizing & Accommodating Brain Injury in Your Practice
Apr 15 Understanding the Intersection of the NH Foster Care System and Substance Use Disorder
Apr 17 Opioid Addiction & Treatment: Understanding the Disorder, Treatment and Protocol
Apr 17 Conflict Resolution: Learning to Help Clients Manage in Life and Resolve Stress
Apr 18 Reentry and Recidivism
Apr 20 Change Management to Promote Effective Outcomes for Clients and Staff
Apr 21 Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) Performance Domains
Apr 22 Rules of Engagement When Working With Adolescents
Apr 23 Coming Into the Light: Breaking the Stigma of Substance Use Disorders
Apr 24 Polydrug Use: The Quest for the Ultimate Experience
Apr 27 Mechanics of Addiction Counseling: Individualized Treatment Planning
May
May 04 The Next Generation of Clinical Supervision: A Blended Model of Clinical Supervision
May 05 Recovery Coach Academy
May 08 Game Plan: A Clinician's Guide to Helping Men Achieve Emotional Fitness
May 12 Advanced Ethics for Prevention Professionals
May 14 Advanced Work with Justice Involved Women
May 15 HIV Update for Substance Use Professionals
May 19 Supervising Peer Recovery Support Workers
May 20 Post-traumatic Growth of Co-Occurring Disorders
May 21 Advanced Ethics
May 26 Improving Opioid Treatment Outcomes Through Provider Resilience
May 27 What are THEY Doing? Understanding How the Division for Children, Youth & Families (DCYF) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment Providers Can Work Together for Improved Outcomes
May 28 Alcohol Use Disorder in the Shadows: "Rethinking Drinking"
June
Jun 04 Brain Injury and Overdose: Evidence-Based Care & Case Management
Jun 05 Understanding the Intersection of Substance Use Disorder and Dental Hygiene
Jun 08 Effective Client and Family Engagement: Working with Resistive Clients
Jun 09 Psychopharmacology: What Substance Abuse Counselors Should Know
Jun 10 Connect Suicide Postvention: Reducing Risk and Promoting Healing After a Death by Suicide
Jun 23 Strategies to Address the Intersection of the Opioid Crisis and Homelessness
Jun 24 The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Addiction and Recovery
Jun 24 The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Addiction, Recovery and Employment
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What Our Members Think


"Eight years in the making! Just completed my last required training for my LADC application. I feel a sense of relief. Thank you NHADACA!"

Amy
YMCA - Greater Manchester


"I’m near the Canadian border, so it’s a long drive for me but worth it! Every single training I’ve attended has been excellent. Thanks NHADACA!"

Kenn
Dept. of Corrections - Grafton County

 



New Hampshire Theatre Project (NHTP) is seeking partner organizations based in Rockingham County to collaborate on an upcoming opportunity to present the Elephant-in-the-Room Series between March and June 2020. NHTP can partner with non-profit organizations, educational institutions, healthcare businesses and/or recovery centers to present playreadings of A Wider Circle, which focuses on The Opioid Crisis and it's Effect on Families or Final Thoughts which focuses on suicide. Community dialogues, or in-character facilitated conversations can follow the playreadings. If interested in learning more please contact Teddi Kenick-Bailey, EITR Touring Coordinator at teddi@nhtheatreproject.org

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