Facing Addiction in America: Chapter 4 - Early Intervention, Treatment, and Management; and Chapter 5 - Recovery
Early Intervention and the Many Paths to Wellness
Total CE Credit Hours: 2
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About the Course:
Substance misuse is one of the critical public health problems of our time. The most recent data on substance use, misuse, and substance use disorders reveal that the problem is deepening and the consequences are becoming more deadly than ever. Chapter 4 discusses how substance use and misuse have risk and protective factors that can be indentified and presents evidence based prevention interventions that can be applied to reduce misuse. The cost of these programs are easily offset by the associated costs treating substance misuse. Chapter 5 outlines the various treatment options available, and that finding client specific treatment offers the best chance for sustained recovery.
US Dept of Health and Human Services; Office of the Surgeon General; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Clinicians, program administrators, researchers, government officials. This course is appropriate for all levels of participants’ knowledge.
Acknowledge the scientific evidence supporting the effectiveness of treatment interventions, therapies, services, and medications available to identify, treat, and manage substance use problems and disorders.
Differentiate the evidence based progams that are successful in treating substance use and misuse.
Apply the programs, treatments and therapies discussed to the substance use and misuse populations.
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