June 15 Training Program:
The Drug Epidemic and the Positive Impact of Family Drug Court
Join STLCANN for our Friday, June 15 training program, The Drug Epidemic and the Positive Impact of Family Drug Court. The training will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at The Heights, 8001 Dale Ave., Richmond Heights. CEUs available. Register using the form below.
The misuse of and addiction to drugs is a serious national crisis that affects public health as well as social and economic welfare. In this training,
participants will learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of the most current drugs. The training also addresses potential warning signs exhibited, appropriate reactions to address substance use and how to connect with community resources. Participants will also learn about the positive impact of St. Louis County Family Drug Court including how families are referred, the drug court process and success rate of drug court participants.
- Shondrella Turner, MA, MAADCII, MPS, Substance Abuse Counselor and Prevention Specialist, NCADA
- Tomika Golden, BSW, CADC, Program Coordinator, St. Louis County Family Drug Courts SAFETI Program
Registration to STLCANN quarterly training programs is $10 per person or free to those with STLCANN training memberships. Learn more about STLCANN training memberships and purchase one for yourself or your organization.
Register for the June 15 training.