[Tribal-drug-courts] Free Training Webinars - Register Today!

Lauren van Schilfgaarde Lauren at tlpi.org
Mon Apr 7 14:13:04 CDT 2014


FREE Training Webinars - Register Today<http://capwiz.com/nadcp/utr/1/NKIQTTGTZF/LMDJTTHSKW/10285127026>

NADCP's National Drug Court Institute is proud to offer you three FREE webinars on key issues facing Drug Court, DWI Court and Veterans Treatment Court professionals. There is still time to register but time is running out - register today<http://capwiz.com/nadcp/utr/1/NKIQTTGTZF/BTPZTTHSKX/10285127026>.

This is your chance to get cutting-edge training from the comfort of your home or office. Information on each webinar is below and can be found on the incredible National Drug Court Resource Center<http://capwiz.com/nadcp/utr/1/NKIQTTGTZF/BGRBTTHSKY/10285127026>.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 2pm EST

Relief without Remedy:  The Return of Heroin<http://capwiz.com/nadcp/utr/1/NKIQTTGTZF/IARATTHSKZ/10285127026>

This webinar will describe Heroin and Other Opiate Use Disorders and how the resurgence of heroin use among younger more affluent populations may alter the landscape of Drug Court treatment.  Strategies for effectively treating these disorders, as well as a careful examination of their brain-based etiology will be presented.  Information regarding the "flesh-eating" opiate, Krokodil, as well as the recently FDA approved super-opiate, Zohydro will also be provided.

Click here to register: https://ndcrc.webex.com/ndcrc/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=311581331<http://capwiz.com/nadcp/utr/1/NKIQTTGTZF/ERKITTHSLA/10285127026>


Terrence Walton, MSW, ICADC
Director of Treatment
Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 2pm EST

Building Recovery-oriented Systems of Care for Drug Court Participants<http://capwiz.com/nadcp/utr/1/NKIQTTGTZF/LAHRTTHSLB/10285127026>

Across our nation, there's a move toward recovery based care and support recovery-oriented systems of care so that we can expand recovery efforts to all aspects of a person's life. These developments are important for Drug Court participants and graduates. There's greater emphasis on the social, vocational, spiritual and other aspects of their lives through direct services and connections with the organized recovery community and natural helping networks. A growing network of Recovery Community Centers is just one example of the community-based institutions that offer lifelong recovery support.


Faces and Voices of Recovery

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 2pm EST

Treatment of Pregnant and Parenting Women: The Use of Medication Assisted Treatment<http://capwiz.com/nadcp/utr/1/NKIQTTGTZF/BQJITTHSLD/10285127026>

Every day in the United States, 24 babies are diagnosed and treated for withdrawal from prenatal-exposure opioids and 18 women die as a result of a prescription painkiller overdose. These numbers, which represent marked increases from 10 years ago, relate closely to increase prescribing of opioid medications during the past decade. As the rates of opioid misuse increase in the general population, the rates of misuse also increase in the pregnant population bringing with it the intersection of drug addiction treatment and the judicial system. Helping individuals stop their opioid misuse and recover from addiction is a challenge and supporting women who are pregnant represents especially perplexing challenges. This webinar will summarize contextual and co-morbid factors observed among many women with substance use disorders, with a focus on opioid use disorders. It will compare and contrast the benefits and risks of providing methadone, buprenorphine, naltrexone or medication assisted-withdrawal during pregnancy for the mother, fetus and neonate. Finally, it will identify characteristics of a competent medication assisted treatment program for women in order to help the judicial system audience determine what treatment modality and program women and their children may most likely benefit from.


Hendree Jones, PhD
Executive Director, UNC Horizons
Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
UNC School of Medicine

Click here to register: https://ndcrc.webex.com/mw0401l/mywebex/default.do?nomenu=true&siteurl=ndcrc&service=6&rnd=0.5310141703041636&main_url=https%3A%2F%2Fndcrc.webex.com%2Fec0701l%2Feventcenter%2Fevent%2FeventAction.do%3FtheAction%3Ddetail%26confViewID%3D1403528848%26%26%26%26siteurl%3Dndcrc<http://capwiz.com/nadcp/utr/1/NKIQTTGTZF/GNLITTHSLE/10285127026>


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Lauren van Schilfgaarde, Tribal Law Specialist
Tribal Law & Policy Institute<http://www.tribal-institute.org/lists/tlpi.htm>
8235 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 211
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Phone: (323) 650-5467 ~ Fax: (323) 650-8149
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