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Sep
19
Tue
September SPCA Meeting @ Prevention Action Alliance
Sep 19 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

Themes for September: Building Equity for Your Coalition, Advocacy & State Partner Updates, Coalition Networking

This meeting will focus on external coalition communications – emphasizing the components of a communications plan and how to position your coalition for long-term success (and resource support). Everyone is invited to bring their own relevant tools or projects to share in the group. Specific agenda points will be available on the website closer to the event.

To registerplease email contact@preventionactionalliance.org with your name, your coalition’s name, and whether you will be having pizza and salad for lunch. Lunch is $5 at the door per person. For those wishing to make alternate lunch plans, lunch will take place from approximately 12-12:30 pm. A typical SPCA meeting provides 3.5-4.0 RCH hours for prevention professionals.

Sep
26
Tue
28th Annual UMADAOP’s of Ohio State Conference @ Mid-Ohio Conference Center
Sep 26 – Sep 28 all-day

28th Annual UMADAOPs of Ohio State Conference — Sept. 26-28

The Ohio Federation of Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Programs (UMADAOP) will host its 28th Annual State Conference on Sept. 26-28 at the Mid-Ohio Conference Center in Mansfield. This year’s theme is “A Call to Action: Restoring and Strengthening Our Communities.” Click HERE for more information or call Gwendolyn Woods at 614.915.9716.

Sep
29
Fri
Ohio’s 16th Rally for Recovery and Advocacy Day @ Ohio Statehouse West Plaza
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Ohio’s 16th Rally for Recovery and Advocacy Day!

September 29th, 2017

Ohio Statehouse West Plaza

Rally for Recovery 10am-12:30pm

Advocacy Day 12pm-3:00pm

This year please donate a pair of shoes to line the Statehouse in order to represent a community in motion.

To donate a pair of gently used or new shoes, please send to :

Ohio Citizen Advocates for Addiction Recovery

85 E. Gay Street, Suite 604

Columbus, Ohio 43215

Lunch will be provided to the first 400 people!

For more information please visit:

www.ocg-ohio.org/rally-for-recovery

2017 Ohio Rally For Recovery @ West Plaza fo the Ohio Statehouse
Sep 29 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

2017 Ohio Rally for Recovery — Sept. 29

Ohio Citizen Advocates for Addiction Recovery will host the 2017 Rally for Recovery on Sept. 29 at the West Plaza of the Ohio Statehouse from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. In addition to fellowship, food, speakers, exhibits, and other activities, rally attendees are invited to advocate for individuals in recovery by meeting with local legislators. For more information, contact cgifford@oca-ohio.org. ClickHERE for information about exhibit tables.

Oct
4
Wed
Utilizing the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness in your Community
Oct 4 all-day
Community readiness is central to the work of conducting a needs assessment and to beginning to address important issues that impact the health and wellbeing of a community.
At this training, participants will receive an in-depth introduction to the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness (TE-CRM) and to provide opportunities to practice aspects of the TE-CRM. This training also will demonstrate how an understanding of community readiness can further the work of local communities, coalitions, and groups.
The Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness is a useful tool for coalitions and groups addressing multiple issues, including problem gambling, mental health, and the opiate epidemic.
Cost: $50
Lunch Included
RCHs Provided
Wednesday,
October 4th
Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare Center
1756 Sagamore Road
Northfield, Ohio 44067
Tuesday,
October 10th
Wood County Educational Services Center
1867 Research Dr,
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Tuesday,
October 24th
Prevention Action Alliance
6171 Huntley Rd Suite G
Columbus, OH 43329
Monday, November 13th
Sinclair Community College
5386 Courseview Dr,
Mason, OH 45040
Oct
5
Thu
STAGE 1: FOUNDATIONS IN DISORDERED GAMBLING @ Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center
Oct 5 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Registration is now open for Foundations in Disordered Gambling, which will increase participants' knowledge and understanding of the disease of gambling addiction and prepare the practicing clinician to work with problem and disordered gamblers and their families. The training is Oct. 5-6 from 8:30am-3:30pm at Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center in Archbold, OH, Fulton County. This OhioMHAS-sponsored training will provide 12 CEU's for social workers, counselors, and gambling counselors, and 12 RCH's for chemical dependency and prevention professionals. The cost is $50, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. For questions, contact Mike Buzzelli at mbuzzelli@recres.org or
Oct
6
Fri
STAGE 1: FOUNDATIONS IN DISORDERED GAMBLING @ Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center
Oct 6 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Registration is now open for Foundations in Disordered Gambling, which will increase participants' knowledge and understanding of the disease of gambling addiction and prepare the practicing clinician to work with problem and disordered gamblers and their families. The training is Oct. 5-6 from 8:30am-3:30pm at Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center in Archbold, OH, Fulton County. This OhioMHAS-sponsored training will provide 12 CEU's for social workers, counselors, and gambling counselors, and 12 RCH's for chemical dependency and prevention professionals. The cost is $50, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. For questions, contact Mike Buzzelli at mbuzzelli@recres.org or
Oct
10
Tue
Utilizing the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness in your Community
Oct 10 all-day
Community readiness is central to the work of conducting a needs assessment and to beginning to address important issues that impact the health and wellbeing of a community.
At this training, participants will receive an in-depth introduction to the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness (TE-CRM) and to provide opportunities to practice aspects of the TE-CRM. This training also will demonstrate how an understanding of community readiness can further the work of local communities, coalitions, and groups.
The Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness is a useful tool for coalitions and groups addressing multiple issues, including problem gambling, mental health, and the opiate epidemic.
Cost: $50
Lunch Included
RCHs Provided
Wednesday,
October 4th
Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare Center
1756 Sagamore Road
Northfield, Ohio 44067
Tuesday,
October 10th
Wood County Educational Services Center
1867 Research Dr,
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Tuesday,
October 24th
Prevention Action Alliance
6171 Huntley Rd Suite G
Columbus, OH 43329
Monday, November 13th
Sinclair Community College
5386 Courseview Dr,
Mason, OH 45040
Webinar: Gambling and the Asian Community
Oct 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
October 10th, 2017 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm via webinar
Various cultural factors put the Asian community at risk for problem gambling. This webinar will review the unique needs of the Asian community related to gambling services, and local initiatives addressing this issue.
The training is webinar-based, and there is no cost to attend.
1 credit of continuing education through the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage Family Therapist Board, the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board and the National Council on Problem Gambling has been requested. Credits are provided after a post-test and evaluation are completed.
 For more trainings, visit our training web page.
Recovery Resources | 216-431-4131 | Recres.org
Oct
24
Tue
Utilizing the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness in your Community
Oct 24 all-day
Community readiness is central to the work of conducting a needs assessment and to beginning to address important issues that impact the health and wellbeing of a community.
At this training, participants will receive an in-depth introduction to the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness (TE-CRM) and to provide opportunities to practice aspects of the TE-CRM. This training also will demonstrate how an understanding of community readiness can further the work of local communities, coalitions, and groups.
The Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness is a useful tool for coalitions and groups addressing multiple issues, including problem gambling, mental health, and the opiate epidemic.
Cost: $50
Lunch Included
RCHs Provided
Wednesday,
October 4th
Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare Center
1756 Sagamore Road
Northfield, Ohio 44067
Tuesday,
October 10th
Wood County Educational Services Center
1867 Research Dr,
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Tuesday,
October 24th
Prevention Action Alliance
6171 Huntley Rd Suite G
Columbus, OH 43329
Monday, November 13th
Sinclair Community College
5386 Courseview Dr,
Mason, OH 45040
Sep
19
Tue
September SPCA Meeting @ Prevention Action Alliance
Sep 19 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

Themes for September: Building Equity for Your Coalition, Advocacy & State Partner Updates, Coalition Networking

This meeting will focus on external coalition communications – emphasizing the components of a communications plan and how to position your coalition for long-term success (and resource support). Everyone is invited to bring their own relevant tools or projects to share in the group. Specific agenda points will be available on the website closer to the event.

To registerplease email contact@preventionactionalliance.org with your name, your coalition’s name, and whether you will be having pizza and salad for lunch. Lunch is $5 at the door per person. For those wishing to make alternate lunch plans, lunch will take place from approximately 12-12:30 pm. A typical SPCA meeting provides 3.5-4.0 RCH hours for prevention professionals.

Sep
26
Tue
28th Annual UMADAOP’s of Ohio State Conference @ Mid-Ohio Conference Center
Sep 26 – Sep 28 all-day

28th Annual UMADAOPs of Ohio State Conference — Sept. 26-28

The Ohio Federation of Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Programs (UMADAOP) will host its 28th Annual State Conference on Sept. 26-28 at the Mid-Ohio Conference Center in Mansfield. This year’s theme is “A Call to Action: Restoring and Strengthening Our Communities.” Click HERE for more information or call Gwendolyn Woods at 614.915.9716.

Sep
29
Fri
Ohio’s 16th Rally for Recovery and Advocacy Day @ Ohio Statehouse West Plaza
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Ohio’s 16th Rally for Recovery and Advocacy Day!

September 29th, 2017

Ohio Statehouse West Plaza

Rally for Recovery 10am-12:30pm

Advocacy Day 12pm-3:00pm

This year please donate a pair of shoes to line the Statehouse in order to represent a community in motion.

To donate a pair of gently used or new shoes, please send to :

Ohio Citizen Advocates for Addiction Recovery

85 E. Gay Street, Suite 604

Columbus, Ohio 43215

Lunch will be provided to the first 400 people!

For more information please visit:

www.ocg-ohio.org/rally-for-recovery

2017 Ohio Rally For Recovery @ West Plaza fo the Ohio Statehouse
Sep 29 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

2017 Ohio Rally for Recovery — Sept. 29

Ohio Citizen Advocates for Addiction Recovery will host the 2017 Rally for Recovery on Sept. 29 at the West Plaza of the Ohio Statehouse from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. In addition to fellowship, food, speakers, exhibits, and other activities, rally attendees are invited to advocate for individuals in recovery by meeting with local legislators. For more information, contact cgifford@oca-ohio.org. ClickHERE for information about exhibit tables.

Oct
4
Wed
Utilizing the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness in your Community
Oct 4 all-day
Community readiness is central to the work of conducting a needs assessment and to beginning to address important issues that impact the health and wellbeing of a community.
At this training, participants will receive an in-depth introduction to the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness (TE-CRM) and to provide opportunities to practice aspects of the TE-CRM. This training also will demonstrate how an understanding of community readiness can further the work of local communities, coalitions, and groups.
The Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness is a useful tool for coalitions and groups addressing multiple issues, including problem gambling, mental health, and the opiate epidemic.
Cost: $50
Lunch Included
RCHs Provided
Wednesday,
October 4th
Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare Center
1756 Sagamore Road
Northfield, Ohio 44067
Tuesday,
October 10th
Wood County Educational Services Center
1867 Research Dr,
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Tuesday,
October 24th
Prevention Action Alliance
6171 Huntley Rd Suite G
Columbus, OH 43329
Monday, November 13th
Sinclair Community College
5386 Courseview Dr,
Mason, OH 45040
Oct
5
Thu
STAGE 1: FOUNDATIONS IN DISORDERED GAMBLING @ Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center
Oct 5 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Registration is now open for Foundations in Disordered Gambling, which will increase participants' knowledge and understanding of the disease of gambling addiction and prepare the practicing clinician to work with problem and disordered gamblers and their families. The training is Oct. 5-6 from 8:30am-3:30pm at Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center in Archbold, OH, Fulton County. This OhioMHAS-sponsored training will provide 12 CEU's for social workers, counselors, and gambling counselors, and 12 RCH's for chemical dependency and prevention professionals. The cost is $50, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. For questions, contact Mike Buzzelli at mbuzzelli@recres.org or
Oct
6
Fri
STAGE 1: FOUNDATIONS IN DISORDERED GAMBLING @ Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center
Oct 6 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Registration is now open for Foundations in Disordered Gambling, which will increase participants' knowledge and understanding of the disease of gambling addiction and prepare the practicing clinician to work with problem and disordered gamblers and their families. The training is Oct. 5-6 from 8:30am-3:30pm at Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center in Archbold, OH, Fulton County. This OhioMHAS-sponsored training will provide 12 CEU's for social workers, counselors, and gambling counselors, and 12 RCH's for chemical dependency and prevention professionals. The cost is $50, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. For questions, contact Mike Buzzelli at mbuzzelli@recres.org or
Oct
10
Tue
Utilizing the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness in your Community
Oct 10 all-day
Community readiness is central to the work of conducting a needs assessment and to beginning to address important issues that impact the health and wellbeing of a community.
At this training, participants will receive an in-depth introduction to the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness (TE-CRM) and to provide opportunities to practice aspects of the TE-CRM. This training also will demonstrate how an understanding of community readiness can further the work of local communities, coalitions, and groups.
The Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness is a useful tool for coalitions and groups addressing multiple issues, including problem gambling, mental health, and the opiate epidemic.
Cost: $50
Lunch Included
RCHs Provided
Wednesday,
October 4th
Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare Center
1756 Sagamore Road
Northfield, Ohio 44067
Tuesday,
October 10th
Wood County Educational Services Center
1867 Research Dr,
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Tuesday,
October 24th
Prevention Action Alliance
6171 Huntley Rd Suite G
Columbus, OH 43329
Monday, November 13th
Sinclair Community College
5386 Courseview Dr,
Mason, OH 45040
Webinar: Gambling and the Asian Community
Oct 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
October 10th, 2017 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm via webinar
Various cultural factors put the Asian community at risk for problem gambling. This webinar will review the unique needs of the Asian community related to gambling services, and local initiatives addressing this issue.
The training is webinar-based, and there is no cost to attend.
1 credit of continuing education through the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage Family Therapist Board, the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board and the National Council on Problem Gambling has been requested. Credits are provided after a post-test and evaluation are completed.
 For more trainings, visit our training web page.
Recovery Resources | 216-431-4131 | Recres.org
Oct
24
Tue
Utilizing the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness in your Community
Oct 24 all-day
Community readiness is central to the work of conducting a needs assessment and to beginning to address important issues that impact the health and wellbeing of a community.
At this training, participants will receive an in-depth introduction to the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness (TE-CRM) and to provide opportunities to practice aspects of the TE-CRM. This training also will demonstrate how an understanding of community readiness can further the work of local communities, coalitions, and groups.
The Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness is a useful tool for coalitions and groups addressing multiple issues, including problem gambling, mental health, and the opiate epidemic.
Cost: $50
Lunch Included
RCHs Provided
Wednesday,
October 4th
Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare Center
1756 Sagamore Road
Northfield, Ohio 44067
Tuesday,
October 10th
Wood County Educational Services Center
1867 Research Dr,
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Tuesday,
October 24th
Prevention Action Alliance
6171 Huntley Rd Suite G
Columbus, OH 43329
Monday, November 13th
Sinclair Community College
5386 Courseview Dr,
Mason, OH 45040