Webinar Event Series - SUPPORTING AND INSPIRING STUDENTS THIS SPRING
Teacher Training & Parent and Community Education Event
Wednesday, April 28th 2:00-3:30PM – Teacher Training
Thursday, April 29th from 6:30-8:30PM – Parent and Community Event
We have partnered with Northeast Metro ISD 916, Canvas Health, and the Ramsey County OPUS Coalition to host these free live webinars.
The webinars will educate school staff, parents and community members on; how to recognize specific behaviors related to substance use and mental health, provide information on current drug trends, equip attendees with tips for helping students to quit using, tools to motivate teens who are disengaged and direction on how to intervene in difficult situations.
1.5 CEU's Available -Behavioral Health, Nursing, Education, Social Work
From Statistics To Solutions 2020 | VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
August 20, 2020
Our virtual prevention conference was hosted on August 20th, however is still available to view. The event was successful in preparing all of us in the prevention field to support Minnesota’s youth this school year.
From Statistics to Solutions is an annual conference that explores the ever-evolving issues impacting youth substance use, and how to connect and engage with young people about substance trends and use. Our presentations and panel discussions include local and national experts.
In order to help you support the young people in your lives in regards to mental health and substance use, we have made all of our virtual event content purchasable as a recording for the low cost of $15.
If you have any conference related questions, please email
Drug Take Back Day Event
April, 24th 9:00am-2:00PM
Faith Lutheran Church Parking Lot
499 Charles Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55103
We are partnering with the Ramsey County OPUS Coalition by promoting and volunteering at this important event.
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