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Grow. Serve.EDUCATIONWe 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. Learn. Grow. Serve.ADVOCACYWe advocate for sound public policies related to issues that impact the substance use workforce as well as those experiencing addiction. Learn. Grow. Serve.EMPLOYMENTWe advertise employment resources and NH job opportunities for substance use treatment, prevention, and recovery professionals. Learn. Grow. Serve.RESOURCESWe guide healthcare professionals to resources for professional development, scholarships, credentialing and other substance use related information. View Our Upcoming Training Events Year: 2023 Switch to List View Week Month Year < Previous Year Today Next Year > 1January, 2023Jan 18 CRSWs Supervising CRSWs Jan 19 Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) Performance Domains Jan 20 Suicide Prevention and Intervention Training for Social Service Agencies: Recognizing Individuals at Risk, Connecting with Them and Connecting Them to Help Jan 23 Implementing Project SUCCESS Virtually & In-Person Jan 23 The Seven Challenges - Brief Intervention Jan 27 Prevention Ethics Jan 30 Self Care: Compassion, Coping, and Quality of Life FebruaryFeb 03 HIV Trends & Treatment Feb 06 Mental Health First Aid Feb 07 Youth Mental Health First Aid Feb 10 The 12 Core Functions of the Substance Use Counselor Feb 16 Peer Recovery Coaching in Emergency Departments: Planting a Seed Feb 16 Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery Feb 17 Families & Addiction MarchMar 02 LADC/MLADC Administrative Rules Overview Mar 03 CRSW Administrative Rules Overview Mar 08 Successful Supervision Mar 09 Successful Supervision: A Deeper Dive Mar 10 A Question of Care: Clinician Wellbeing Mar 16 The Seven Challenges - Brief Intervention Mar 22 Sex Addiction vs. Sexual Dysfunction vs. Paraphilias Mar 23 The Impact of Substance Use on Sexual Development Mar 24 De-escalation: Tools for a Person-Centered Response Mar 27 Zero Suicide Mar 31 Enhancing Ethical Decision Making While Working with Clients Experiencing Mental Health and Substance Use Concerns 2AprilApr 06 HIV Update for Substance Use Professionals Apr 06 Hybrid: Harm Reduction & Naloxone Administration - Train the Trainer Apr 07 Internal Biases and the LGBTQIA+ Community in Substance Use and Mental Health Care Apr 13 Mental Health First Aid Apr 17 Incorporating Sexual Health in Recovery Treatment Apr 20 Cannabis Use & Clinical Concerns Apr 21 Advanced Ethics & Clinical Practice Apr 24 Telehealth Best Practices Apr 24 What to Say and What to Do: Working with Survivors of Trauma Apr 25 Caring for Yourself While Caring for Others: Ethical Considerations & An Interactive, Skill Development Workshop Apr 27 Ethical and Practical Considerations for Recovery Support Workers in a Variety of Clinical and Non-Clinical Settings Apr 28 Suicide Prevention and Intervention Training for Social Service Agencies: Recognizing Individuals at Risk, Connecting with Them and Connecting Them to Help MayMay 01 Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy May 04 Education to Promote Behavior Change May 05 Confidentiality Updates: 42 CFR Part 2 and HIPAA May 08 Understanding Co-Occurring Disorders in the Context of CRSW Scope of Practice May 11 Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery May 11 Royal Cribbage Night May 12 Families & Addiction May 12 Youth Mental Health First Aid May 15 Diagnosis & Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders: A Primer May 16 Ethical Issues with Professional Boundaries: Therapeutic Use of Self-Reflective Practice in Your Work with Clients May 19 The Dope on Drugs May 19 Beyond Self-Care: Tending to the Wounded Healer May 25 Stages of Change: Trans-Theoretical Model May 26 The Dope on Drugs JuneJun 01 Ethics for Clinicians in Independent Practice Jun 02 The 12 Core Functions of a Substance Use Counselor Jun 08 Understanding and Applying CRSW Performance Domains in Supervision of CRSWs Jun 09 Connect Suicide Prevention Training for Mental Health Providers Jun 09 Oral Health and Substance Use Disorder: Addressing Concerns and Barriers to Treatment Jun 16 Mental Health First Aid 3JulyJul 11 A Brief Look at Motivational Interviewing Jul 13 Understanding Disparities and Building Health Equity: A Social Justice Framework and Approach Jul 13 A Brief Look at Motivational Interviewing Jul 21 The Power of Self-Compassion and Self-Care AugustAug 03 Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery Aug 04 Families & Addiction Aug 11 Psychological First Aid Aug 18 Is Exercise Part of the Solution to Substance Use Disorders? Aug 24 Suicide Prevention and Intervention Training for Social Service Agencies: Recognizing Individuals at Risk, Connecting with Them, and Connecting Them to Help Aug 25 Working with Individuals Who Use Stimulants in Drug Court Settings Aug 30 Confidentiality and Ethical Practice Navigating 42 CFR Part 2, HIPAA, and Professional Responsibility SeptemberSep 01 Personality Disorders and Addictions Treatment Sep 08 The Ethical Clinician: Benefits, Burdens, and Best Practices Sep 12 Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) Sep 13 Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) Sep 14 Progressing Forward in Relapse Prevention: Dealing with Stigma Sep 14 Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) Sep 15 Overview and Application of ASAM Criteria for Drug Treatment Court Judges and Staff Sep 15 Foundations of Clinical Supervision Sep 22 The 12 Core Functions of a Substance Use Counselor Sep 25 But It’s Different: Understanding Child and Adolescent Grief Sep 27 A Trauma Responsive Approach with Those Engaged in Drug Court Sep 28 NHADACA Annual Meeting & Presentation: So You Think You're Trauma-Informed? Maybe... 4OctoberOct 03 Using the Skills System for Emotional Regulation in Substance Use Recovery Oct 11 HIV Update for Substance Use Professionals Oct 13 Assessment Literacy and Treatment Planning in Evaluating Suicide Risk Oct 13 Neurobiology of Addiction Oct 16 Ethical Practice in the Addiction Profession Oct 17 Effective Group Treatment: Leveraging CBT and MI in Telehealth Groups Oct 19 Psybersick: Internet Pathology and Social Media Addiction Oct 19 Fun Cribbage Night Oct 20 New Substances of Abuse Oct 23 SPF: Application for Prevention Success Training (formerly titled SAPST) Oct 24 SPF: Application for Prevention Success Training (formerly titled SAPST) Oct 25 SPF: Application for Prevention Success Training (formerly titled SAPST) Oct 26 Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery Oct 26 SPF: Application for Prevention Success Training (formerly titled SAPST) Oct 27 Families & Addiction Oct 30 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Overview Oct 31 Trans-Theoretical Model: Stages of Change NovemberNov 01 Motivational Interviewing Fundamentals for Criminal Justice and Drug Court Professionals Nov 02 LADC/MLADC Admin Rules Overview Nov 02 Motivational Interviewing Fundamentals for Criminal Justice and Drug Court Professionals Nov 03 Recovery for Teen Substance Use Through Movement Nov 06 Supervision: The Ethical Mandate of Self-Care in Action Nov 06 Motivational Interviewing Basics Nov 07 Connect Suicide Prevention Training for Mental Health Providers Nov 07 Motivational Interviewing Basics Nov 08 A Peers Introduction to Mental Health Nov 13 Motivational Interviewing Basics Nov 14 Motivational Interviewing Basics Nov 16 CRSWs Supervising CRSWs Nov 16 Harm Reduction for Youth Nov 17 Brain Injury in the Courtroom Nov 17 Beyond Counting Sheep: An Introduction to Insomnia Treatment for Individuals Recovering from Substance Use Disorders Nov 29 Enhanced Care Coordination: Helping Children, Youth, and Families Impacted by Substance Misuse Nov 30 Revisiting Ethical Considerations in Peer-Assisted Recovery DecemberDec 01 From Theory to Impact: Unlocking the Power of Scientifically Validated Practices Dec 08 HIV Trends & Treatment Dec 08 Confidentiality Updates: 42 CFR Part 2 and HIPAA Dec 08 Balancing Act! Managing Stress and Vicarious Trauma for Drug Court Professionals Dec 11 Substance Use and the Developing Brain Dec 12 A Deep Dive into the Mindfulness Practice of HomeBase Dec 14 Harm Reduction 101 Dec 14 Self-Limiting Beliefs Dec 15 Motivational Interviewing: The Basics for Criminal Justice Systems Dec 18 Building Cultural Competency Dec 18 Current Drug Trends and Overdose Prevention Strategies in New Hampshire Dec 19 Group Facilitation Skills Dec 19 Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) Performance Domains 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!"AmyYMCA - 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!"KennDept. of Corrections - Grafton County View Job Opportunities There are no blog posts to display. Sign up for a training today!Discover professional development training events in New Hampshire & surrounding areas.View Training Events AnnouncementsStay connected with NHADACA! Alcohol and Drug Counselor October 03, 2023 11:57 AM Anonymous Co-Occurring Therapist September 18, 2023 2:56 PM Anonymous Substance Abuse Disorder Clinician - Doorway of Greater Manchester September 18, 2023 11:15 AM Anonymous Senate Bill 44 Passes September 07, 2023 3:22 PM Anonymous Anti-Burnout Retreat - Postponed September 05, 2023 10:43 AM Anonymous Training Associate (Part-time) at NHADACA August 28, 2023 8:40 AM Anonymous Training Associate (Full-time) at NHADACA August 28, 2023 8:40 AM AnonymousStay ConnectedSign up to get updates, news & more!Get in Touch We'd love to hear from you! 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