Professional Trainings

SAPST

SAPST is a 37 hour course (32 live, 5 online) providing a broad orientation to the field of substance use prevention. The modules cover the evidence-based process of the Strategic Prevention Framework: assessment, capacity building, prevention planning, implementation, evaluation, sustainability, and cultural competence. This training meets the criteria for the Missouri Prevention Specialist credential requirement.

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Ethics

Ethics trainings are available for mental health and substance use professionals who are seeking to fulfill credentialing requirements.

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Coalition on Addictions

Coalition on Addictions is a monthly event that provides a forum for networking, learning, and advocacy regarding the use and misuse of alcohol and other drugs.

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