Join us for a webinar 1 p.m. on August 28th. ACT Missouri’s Deputy Director, Alicia Ozenberger, will explain how to access ACT Missouri’s funding, the difference between RDF, TA, and Mini-Grants, and how to submit the supporting documentation. Participants may earn one contact hour from the Missouri Credentialing Board. http://meet20563258.adobeconnect.com/rdmfrd0weqda/[Read More]
Join us for a webinar on September 18th, at 1 p.m.! Scott Breedlove, from the Missouri Credentialing Board, will discuss some of the root causes of professional burnout and how practitioners can protect themselves from feeling overwhelmed in the workplace. http://meet20563258.adobeconnect.com/rf9dz6alg4pr[Read More]
Join the prevention team at Frist Call for a webinar on October 9th, at 1 p.m. DeMarco Vaughn, Andrew Dixon, and Margaux Guignon will discuss the differences and similarities of prevention efforts in urban areas, how to break down barriers, increase inclusion and gain trust with minority populations, and tips for succesful prevfention initiatives. http://meet20563258.adobeconnect.com/rax2y9yu5jga/[Read More]
SAPST provides an introduction to the fundamentals of substance use prevention based on the current knowledge and practice in the field. The training was developed for individuals new to substance use prevention or early in their prevention career. In addition to the four days of trainings, participants will also be sent a link and need to complete an online course prior to the training.
This training is appropriate for:
- Prevention Professionals
- Treatment Professionals
- Coalition Members
- Social Service Professionals
- Public Health Professionals
- Anyone interested in prevention
This training meets the criteria for the Missouri Prevention Specialist credential requirement.
October 22-25, 2019
9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
$50.00 fee, covers training materials and refreshments, but lunch is on your own.
Space is limited so please RSVP by February 23rd.
Make plans now to join us for the 10th Annual Substance Use Prevention Conference! ACT Missouri invites preventionists, community coalition members, counselors, law enforcement officers, educators, school nurses, and anyone that works with or cares for youth to attend. It will be an information-packed opportunity to enhance prevention efforts, motivate volunteers, share ideas, network with others in the field, and get the latest updates and resources to keep Missouri’s kids safe and substance free!
The conference is November 18-20, 2019 at the Lodge of Four Seasons in Lake Ozark, Missouri. Registration opens September 8th and the cost is $70.00 (before noon on November 8), $85.00 after the deadline. This includes conference materials, one networking dinner, two breakfasts, two lunches, and one break. Lodging is available for a rate of $90.00 on November 18th and 19th by mentioning “2019 Prevention Conference.”
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Join us for this informational webinar at 1 p.m. on December 11th. Civil Operator, James Hummel, will share his Missouri National Guard Counterdrug expertise with coalitions on how to develop a strtegic action plan that will produce desired outcomes and motivate volunteers. Participants may earn one contact hour from the Missouri Credentialing Board. http://meet20563258.adobeconnect.com/ri3tkzw634o5[Read More]