Developing a Capacity to serve Adolescents and Young Adults with Substance Use Disorders in a Community Based Setting--Long Island
Location: Radisson Hotel Hauppauge-Long Island, 110 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, NY 11788, USA
Do you currently serve youth and young adults under 21 years of age at risk of or with a Substance Use Disorder or do you have an interest in developing services to this population?
If the answer to the question above is yes, then this is the workshop for you. This one-day Regional Forum will review and assist you in learning about the “New” Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (OASAS Part 823 – Children’s Services) and the developing endorsement for Adolescent Services to the Part 822 Community Based Services. This will be a practical, hands-on working session that will assist you in exploring the clinical opportunities for servicing this population and their families, while also giving you the tools to determine fiscal viability in an ever-changing environment.
OASAS is pleased to be partnering with the Coordinated Care Center, Inc (CCSI) and Center on Addiction to provide this informative one day session.
This webinar will focus on trauma informed practice in the context of Family Peer Support. After a brief overview of the concept of childhood trauma, the presenters will share practical ideas and strategies that Family Peer Advocates can adopt in their work to support families to better respond to their children’s behavior – and their own reaction to trauma - as a critical step toward building resilience.
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