In the past few years on Staten Island, many lives have been claimed due to opioid overdoses. Opioid use disorder and overdose can happen to people of any age, race/ethnicity and income level. Due to this issue and the multiple overdoses that have happened in business and public restrooms, the TYSA coalition developed an initiative to assist retail establishments in taking safety precautions to protect their employees and customers.
TYSA program staff will be attending the CADCA National Leadership Forum, the premier and largest training event for community-based substance abuse prevention professionals, coalition leaders and prevention and addiction researchers. CADCA’s National Leadership Forum is a four-day event packed with opportunities to learn the latest strategies to fight substance abuse and hear from nationally-known prevention experts, […]
TYSA staff will be briefed on up-to-date information on legislation, how the Administration and Congress are shaping substance abuse prevention policy affecting the coalition, and what else is happening on Capitol Hill. Participants will interact with key Hill staffers and hear from congressional leaders! CADCA also will present Congressional Leadership Awards to recognize outstanding members […]
Through this training, you will learn about signs and symptoms of harmful substance use and obtain the skills to address it through effective communication and education about the risks and protective factors that make kids vulnerable. This training is free for community members!
Please register in advance: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMufuyqrz0rE9zQ_hXnIII2gEii0HoZZRX4