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email Mary@RealityCheckNow.org for more info.


COMING UP:


DECEMBER 17, 2018 CERTIFIED RECOVERY SUPPORT WORKER REQUIREMENTS
WHERE: 130 Pembroke Rd, Ste 100, Concord, NH
TIME: 830 - 4pm
Training:
Introduces attendees to the performance domains of the CRSW credential: Ethical Responsibility, Advocacy, Mentoring & Education, Recovery & Wellness Support.  Information will be specific to peer support and working with individuals with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders in a supportive way.  Participants will understand the scope of service that CRSWs are able to provide, the variety of settings where these skills can be employed and the unique and powerful value that peer support services offer individuals pursuing recovery. Participants will learn how to work collaboratively across systems to better serve client needs.  
COST: Members:  $55;  Non-Members  $65  Lunch is on your own.
Register: 603-225-7060, traininginstitute@nhadaca.org


DECEMBER 19, 2018 Supervising Recovery Support Workers
WHERE: 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord
Participants will discuss the challenges and opportunities in a supervisory relationship and how to navigate them when supervising peer support workers. Review of performance domains of the Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) credential: Ethical Responsibility, Advocacy, Mentoring & Education, Recovery & Wellness Support. An informed discussion around trauma, co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders and multiple pathways to recovery will be discussed to understand impact to peer to peer interactions and the supervisory relationship. Ethical challenges that may occur when supervising peers and how to navigate through these will also be addressed.
COST: Members: $55; Non-Members $65; *NBCC add $5. 
Lunch is on your own.
To register: 603-225-7060, traininginstitute@nhadaca.org


DECEMBER 21, 2018 PREVENTION ETHICS
TIME: 8:30 - 4:00pm
130 Pembroke Road Suite 100, Concord, NH
Participants will explore the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics principles and a four-step decision-making process designed to help navigate ethical dilemmas. Participants will explore case examples on topics ranging from confidentiality and integrity to ethical obligations and non-discrimination. Participants will engage in small- and large-group discussions of key concepts.    At completion, participants will be able to: define ethics and related terms; describe the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics; and use a decision-making process to resolve ethical dilemmas.
COST: Members $40   Non-Members $50  Lunch will be on your own. REGISTER: 603-225-7060   traininginstitute@nhadaca.org


JANUARY 10, 2019 GRAND RE-OPENING CELEBRATION
WHEN: 4:30pm
WHERE: 17 Turnpike Road, Jaffrey
Please join us as we celebrate our new location with a Ribbon Cutting with the Governor’s Advisor on Addiction & Behavioral Health, Dave Mara, raffles, prizes, and delicious refreshments!
Come see what we do and how you can be be a part of a movement to end the drug epidemic.
COST: Free & Open to The Public


JANUARY 18, 2019 TENANCY 101
WHERE: SCS, 63 Community Way, Room 133, Keene, NH
TIME: 9am - 1pm
Learn the ins and outs of being a good tenant and what your rights are.
Participants get a certificate of completion.
COST: Free
EMAIL: cthornton@scshelps.org


JANUARY 31, 2019
SUBSTANCE USE, MENTAL HEALTH: 42 CFR Part 2
TIME: 8:30 - 4pm
WHERE: 130 Pembroke Road Suite 100, Concord, NH
TRAINING: Changes in confidentiality regulations and a changing healthcare landscape demand increase integration of behavioral and physical healthcare and make it critical for substance use disorder and mental health practitioners to have a firm grasp of the rules and laws that govern their practice in order to ensure the confidentiality and privacy of the clients they serve.  Managed care, duty to warn issues, mandated reporting, the growing number of mandated clients, the increase in integrated healthcare delivery networks and the litigious nature of our society add additional stress to this requirement.  This workshop will examine the recent changes in the Federal Confidentiality Regulations governing Substance Use Disorder Patient Records (42 C.F.R. Part 2) and the areas of conflict between these regulations and HIPAA.  The practical application of these regulations will be examined with respect to integrated care networks, electronic health records, Health Information Organizations, managed care, client safety issues, duty to warn, subpoenas and court orders.
COST: Members: $55; *Non-Members $65  Lunch will be on your own.
Register: 603-225-7060, traininginstitute@nhadaca.org


FEBRUARY 15, 2018 LIFE SKILLS
WHERE: SCS, 63 Community Way, Room 133, Keene, NH
TIME: 9am - 12:30pm
COST: Free
EMAIL: cthornton@scshelps.org


 MAY 9, 2019  ETHICAL CHALLENGES IN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
WHERE:  Rivier University, 420 Main Street, Nashua, NH
TIME:  830 - 400pm
Participants will gain in-depth examination of ethical challenges in the behavioral health field; explore difficult ethics cases and practical strategies designed to protect clients, practitioners, and agencies.l examine challenging ethics cases involving conflicting professional duties and discuss practical steps to manage ethical issues skillfully.  Topics include boundary issues, dual relationships, conflicts of interest, confidentiality, privileged communication, ethics of digital technology, informed consent, clients’ rights, termination of services, and impaired professionals.  Discussion of relevant ethical standards; statutes, regulations, and case law; supervision; and consultation and  focus on complex documentation issues.
COST:   NHADACA Members: $100; *Non-Members $150
Register:  603-225-7060  email traininginstitute@nhadaca.org

 



JANUARY 10, 2018

GRAND RE-OPENING CELEBRATION

4:30pm Ribbon Cutting
5:30 - 7:30 Guided Tour, networking, raffles, & delicious refreshments.
17 Turnpike Rd, Jaffrey
~ Please join us! ~


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