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Webinars offer online learning opportunities

Hazelden offers many online learning opportunities, including webinars and courses about substance use disorders, alcohol and drug prevention, behavioral health issues, and violence prevention more. They are specifically designed to help you learn more about topics that affect your work.

Treatment Webinars

  • Coping With Stress: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program for Teens with Trauma
  • Connections: Working with Clients to Explore the Power of Love, Belonging and Being Enough
  • Illness Management and Recovery: Personalized Skills and Strategies for Those with Mental Illness
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for PTSD: A Webinar for Addiction Professionals
  • Using a Brief Intervention to Motivate Clients to Get Help
  • Women, Addiction, and Trauma

Severe Mental Illness Webinar Series

Join leading experts for webinar discussions of tips, tools, and techniques on the integrated treatment of mental health and addiction disorders across each client’s individualized continuum of care.

These sessions are hosted by Hazelden and sponsored by NAADAC. By participating in a webinar, you will earn 1 CE from NAADAC; by participating in the entire series, you will earn 3 CEs.

Co-occurring Disorders ProgramCo-occurring Disorders Integrated Treatment Series

Leading experts conduct a webinar series to discuss tips, tools, and techniques for evolving your mental health or addiction treatment program into a fully integrated care provider for those with co-occurring disorders. 

These sessions are hosted by Hazelden and sponsored by NAADAC. By participating in a webinar, you will earn 1 CE from NAADAC.

 
Professional Development

Hazelden offers many courses to help you expand your knowledge about alcohol and drug addiction and mental health disorders, including:

Funding Opportunity

Free Funding Toolkit

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Offender Reentry Program

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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment will support proposals to expand and/or enhance substance abuse treatment and related recovery and reentry services to sentenced adult offenders returning to the community. This program provides an opportunity for stakeholders to work together to give ex-offenders with substance use and/or co-occurring mental disorders the opportunity to improve their lives and develop the capacity and skills to become fully-functioning parents, employees and citizens. Learn more
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