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Dialogue for Healthy Webinar: Illicit & Semi-Illicit Substances
February 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MST
Dialogue for Health: A Community Prevention Webinar Series
- All webinars will start at 12pm MST
- Registration – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/G23PNYB. You can register for one or more of these topics at the same registration link. Links to specific webinars will be sent once you have registered.
This series is brought to you by Drug and Alcohol Trends Education, Cottonwood Police Department, Idaho North Central Public Health, and the Region 2 Behavioral Health Board through a Partnerships for Success Grant from the Idaho Office of Drug Policy.
**POST Credit available through Cottonwood Police Department, email Danielle D.A.TrendsProgram@gmail.com with your POST Roster info after EACH webinar you attend. **
February 15, 2022 – Illicit & Semi-Illicit Substances
Drug abuse is constantly evolving and is extremely difficult for researchers and scientists to keep up with. From plant-based substances to lab-created synthetics the world of substance abuse is massive.
This 1-hour webinar will cover newer substances of abuse and the possible effects and dangers they could pose to users and responders.
Additional Community Prevention Webinars
March 15, 2022 – Alcohol and Youth
Alcohol has been around for generations and is one of the most widely abused substances by youth under 21. The current trends around alcohol today are to be more potent, flavorful, and overall dangerous.
This 1-hour webinar will explain the most common ways alcohol is abused and how dangerous this abuse can truly be especially to the still-developing youth brain. From binge drinking to alcopops, to combining alcohol with other substances alcohol abuse continues to be a rising problem with youth.
April 19, 2022 – Diversion Safes/Stash Containers
The methods of keeping use and abuse concealed from the public are constantly evolving and become increasingly discrete.
This 1-hour webinar will discuss varying types of stash containers and diversion safes.
May 17, 2022 – First Responder Alerts