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PreventionDatatoPractice

2020 Prevention Data to Practice: Virtual Learning Series

The West Virginia Strategic Prevention Partnerships for Success Evidence-Based Practice Workgroup in partnership with Marshall University Center of Excellence in Recovery is hosting a training series on translating data into prevention practice. The series is funded by the West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources Bureau for Behavioral Health by a Partnerships for Success (PFS) grant to Marshall University from the federal Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Sessions will be of interest to prevention and public health professionals, community coalition staff and members, schools, higher education and community members and organizations serving youth and families.

Informational flyers on each session are listed below. Recordings of past sessions are available by clicking on the links below.

2021 Prevention Virtual Trainings

Marshall University Center of Excellence for Recovery collaborates with many state and community partners to provide access to virtual prevention trainings on a variety of topics. Informational flyers on each session are listed below. Recordings of past sessions are available by clicking on the links below. Registration for upcoming sessions may be found at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-prevention-training-series-tickets-115528800753

CANS and FAST Trainings

Marshall University provides CANS and FAST training to DHHR, community partners and Marshall University classes. Trainings can be done in person or virtually. Marshall also will provide train-the-trainer sessions twice a year. Learn more about training opportunities here.

Human Trafficking Training

Marshall University Center of Excellence for Recovery partnered with the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center to provide an anti-trafficking webinar. This webinar provides an understanding of the different types of trafficking, help participants identify possible indicators, and examines the intersection between substance use disorder and trafficking in rural areas. You may watch this training here.