Recovery Rejuvenation Camp with training on Recovery Coach
Location: Mangalore, India
Ecolink Institute of well-being, an ISSUP award-winning training institute, and clinical center is hosting a residential "Recovery Rejuvenation Camp" culminating with a certificate training on Recovery Coach in Mangalore, India from February 1, 2023.
Evidence-Based Resource Guide Series: Expanding Access to and Use of Behavioural Health Services for People Experiencing Homelessness
Please join the MHTTC Network, SAMHSA and Abt Associates for an upcoming webinar highlighting findings from SAMHSA's new guide, Expanding Access to and Use of Behavioural Health Services for People Experiencing Homelessness. Wait times for placement into permanent housing can range from a few months to several years, and longer periods of homelessness are associated with lower rates of recovery and higher rates of psychiatric distress.
Substance Use Disorders, Suicide, and Recovery: Beyond Shame and Stigma
Shame and stigma are examined as significant predisposing factors to increased suicide risk in individuals currently struggling with or in early recovery from substance use disorders. Tying in principles and methods from his recent books on recovery resilience, Bob Weathers, PhD, CMHRS, explains how nuanced physiological changes that occur in the addictive brain often contribute to increased suicidal ideation.
Illicit drugs in Europe: demand, supply and public policies
Special Focus on Displaced Populations and Drug Related Issues
Our two week online Winter School (13th to 24th of February 2023) prepares professionals and students to meet the complex policy challenges that face Europe and the World in the field of drugs. Teaching staff include scientific experts from the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), researchers, practitioners and policymakers.
Supporting Clients Through Substance Use Recovery - an Overview
Location: Islamabad, باكستان
📣 Dear ISSUP Members! Join us on Thursday, February 14th, 2023, at 07:00 pm Pakistan Time, 03:00 pm Nigeria Time, and 2:00 pm UK Time. ISSUP Pakistan Chapter is going to conduct a Live Session on "SUPPORTING CLIENTS THROUGH SUBSTANCE USE RECOVERY-AN OVERVIEW " from ISSUP Pakistan Chapter's & Youth Forum Pakistan's Facebook Pages, YouTube Channels, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn with guest speaker Ms. FATIMA ABIOLA POPOOLA, a Deputy Commander, Drug Demand Reduction at the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, FCT Command, Abuja Nigeria.
The impact of childhood trauma and mental disorders among people with opioid dependence
How do childhood trauma and mental disorders affect health, treatment and social outcomes among people with opioid dependence?
Research has found that people who experience childhood trauma and mental disorders increase the risk of opioid dependence. However, little research has examined the impact of childhood trauma and mental disorders among people with opioid dependence. This webinar will examine the health, treatment and social outcomes among people with opioid dependence.
Responding to drug related challenges in South East Asia - perspectives from civil society
Join the VNGOC Asia-Pacific Working Group on 17 February at 4PM Bangkok time for a webinar on "Responding to drug related challenges in South East Asia - perspectives from civil society". Organized by the VNGOC Asia-Pacific Ad-Hoc Working Group together with UNODC the webinar will discuss the regional drug situation in South East Asia and will give room to discuss best practice responses.
The event will feature presentations from civil society and UNODC experts.
International treatment quality standards and what our treatment and rehab centers need to embrace
Location: Kampala, أوغندا
Join ISSUP Uganda for an event on International standards on treatment and what our health, social workers and centre managers can do to provide a minimum treatment and care standards for young people.
ISSUP Namibia in collaboration with UNODC invite you to attend their upcoming Webinar on Early Prevention of Drug Use: Understanding and implementing the UNODC/WHO International Standards on Drug Use Prevention for Effective Prevention Strategies and a Healthy and Safe Child Development.