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Impact of Methamphetamine

Description

Many people are concerned about the impact meth has on clients, families, children, and communities. Learn the facts about this powerful drug. This class covers the history and manufacturing of the drug, its impact on drug endangered children; fetal, youth, adolescent, and adult health and psychiatric effects; gender issues, trauma issues and their impact on treatment; diagnosis and evidence-based treatment strategies, so participants feel prepared to assist a range of clients who have meth-related problems.




Additional Information

Eligible Participants

Santa Clara County Title IV-E Collaborative training events are free for all who qualify. Eligible participants include:

  • Staff of residential treatment facilities in Santa Clara County
  • Foster and adoptive parents
  • Prospective foster and adoptive parents
  • Santa Clara County social workers
  • Santa Clara County children’s mental health providers
  • Staff of community based organizations that serve children and families in Santa Clara County
  • College and university students in academic preparation to work with families and children

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the start time to assure registration for the course. Attendees arriving after the start of the training time may lose registration position, and may not be allowed in due to wait list and need for prompt start time. Please cancel in advance if you cannot attend as frequent "no shows" may result in an inability to register for future training.

If you are seeking CEU's for this training, you must be present for the entirety of the training. You must sign in and sign out on the designated CEU sign-in sheet. 



Classes

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T4E Campbell Community Center
J69
Baity 11/30 - 11/30 Fr 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM $0.00 View