An opportunity for clergy and congregational leaders to receive the latest information, resources and strategies on how to educate and offer hope to individuals and families suffering from the impact of addiction and substance abuse.
Raise awareness of how addiction to alcohol, other drugs affects individuals and their families
Discuss role of clergy and congregations in offering information, hope and recovery support for those affected by alcohol and drug abuse.
Review core competencies for clergy and congregational leaders in understanding and addressing alcohol and drug abuse.
Exec. Director of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors
Faith Initiative Program Consultant
This training is no cost – includes continental breakfast and lunch
AAPC credits and PCB credits available
Registration: Bureau Training Management System (BTMS)
To register go to www.health.state.pa.us , scroll to middle of page until you see Drug and Alcohol
Look for sub-title under D&A "Training Opportunity," page you will see BTMS "Click here," click that (if you have log on continue, if not registration needed, located under logon)
The training is listed in Specialized Training
Scroll down to course click on hyper-link and register.
If you have problems or questions regarding registration, please call our Training Section at (717) 787-8200
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