The West Virginia SPF PFS, SPF Rx and Collegiate PFS projects are hosting a training series on prevention practice
About this event:
Sessions will be of interest to prevention and public health professionals, community coalition staff and members, schools, higher education and community members and organizations serving youth and families.
The series is funded by the Partnerships for Success and SPF Rx grants from the West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources Bureau for Behavioral Health, and by Marshall University’s Collegiate Partnerships for Success project with funds from the federal Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA).
Registration is free. Summer sessions include the following.
- A Data-Driven Youth-Led Prevention Message: One Choice for Health by Dr. Caroline Dupont and Corrine Shea -August 2nd, 10 to11:30 am
- Ethics in Prevention: Considerations For Coalitions in West Virginia by Dr. Tammy Collins, Cheryl Jonese and JoAnne McNemar – August 9th, 10 to11:30 am
- Understanding Social Norms: For Prevention Practice in West Virginia by Dr. Tammy Collins, Stephanie Conley and JoAnne McNemar – August 9th, 1 to 2:30 pm