Training Recording Available: Childhood Trauma and the Developing Brain

The Meth & Families Committee and the San Diego Domestic Violence Council recently hosted a training, Childhood Trauma and the Developing Brain, on April 20th. A very big thank you to our San Diego & Imperial Counties HIDTA for sponsoring this training series. The training was recorded and is now available on our County of San Diego Meth Strike Force website. To view the training please click here. 

This was the first in a two-part webinar series sponsored by HIDTA and put on by the collective planning of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council and San Diego County Meth Strike Force. To register for the next training on June 15th, Healing Trauma and Building Resilience through Healthy Relationships and Community Support,please click here.

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DEA TakeBack Day Locations - Saturday, April 24, 2021

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Free Upcoming Training Opportunity: Psychiatric Response Team and Law-Enforcement Coordination Center - Working in Collaboration to Promote Community Safety

The Prescription Drug Abuse Task Force (PDATF) Prevention & Education Committee is hosting an upcoming training in collaboration with PERT, HIDTA, CACITA, and HHSA. Details on the training opportunity and registration information are included below.

Topic: Psychiatric Response Team and Law-Enforcement Coordination Center - Working in Collaboration to Promote Community Safety

Date: April 21, 2021

Time: 9:00 to 10:30 AM

Presenters: Seargent Scott Barnes, San Diego Police Department & Wes Albers, Law Enforcement Community Liason, Psychiatric Response Team San Diego

Link to Register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_js6Ml_ZYT8KeVc13Xer9wg

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New Resource Available: Tools for Schools

Live Well Schools developed the Tools for Schools toolkit to highlight innovative and effective ways for school policymakers and other key stakeholders to meet the unique health and wellness needs of every student. Tools for Schools is now online and provides a wider array of resources based on a broader definition of wellness that includes health equity and focuses on addressing health disparities. Focus areas include chronic absenteeism, childhood obesity, wellness policies, and social and emotional wellness. For more information, please see the below flyer or visit the website by clicking here.

 

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Upcoming Free Virtual Training Opportunity

The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) will be hosting a free virtual training on current trends in youth substance use. Training details and information on registration is included below. 

Topic: Current Trends in Youth Substance Use - Vaping, Marijuana, Opiate and Prescription Drugs

Date: Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Time: 9:00 to 12:00 PM

Link to Register: Click Here

 

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