The National Association of Drug Court Professionals has partnered with ASAM to offer 1 and 2 day virtual training for substance abuse treatment professionals working with justice involved clients in Alaska on Dec 2-3. The FREE training offers 6.5 CEUs (including some ethics hours).
Due to safety concerns surrounding the outbreak of COVID-19, this training will be conducted virtually. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
In partnership with the American Society of Addiction Medicine, the National Drug Court Institute, NDCI, is bringing world-class training to substance use treatment professionals working with adult clients involved in the justice system.
Training is FREE, includes 6.5 continuing education hours, including some ethics hours. NDCI training is accredited by NAADAC.
Who Should Attend?
Treatment provider trainings are for anyone currently delivering or supervising the delivery of addiction treatment or clinical case management to adult participants in treatment courts, on community supervision or otherwise involved in the justice system. Professionals who practice in communities where treatment courts exist are encouraged to attend, even if not currently treating treatment court participants.
All professionals attending the training must register. Please utilize this website to register. Priority is given to those registrants that provide direct substance use disorder treatment to justice-involved adults. All other registrants will be placed on a waitlist and approved based on availability.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for Substance Abuse Providers Working with Justice-Involved Individuals in Alaska
Registration links will open no later than 60 days prior to the scheduled training date. Check back soon for more registration links.