CAPT Webinars

CAPT’s recorded webinars offer strategies and guidance for substance misuse prevention professionals.

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The Role of Law Enforcement in Preventing Substance Misuse on College Campuses This webinar explores the unique role of law enforcement in a comprehensive approach to substance misuse prevention on college campuses, as well as opportunities for collaborating with local and campus police. 2017
Getting the Message Right! Considerations for Media Campaigns to Prevent Opioid Misuse and Overdose This archived webinar presents key steps for developing and implementing a successful campaign to prevent NMUPD/opioid overdose, with an emphasis on developing non-stigmatizing prevention messages. 2017
The Role of Prevention in Addressing Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome This webinar will explore the current evidence for what drives neonatal abstinence syndrome and what works to prevent it. 2017
Strategies to Reduce the Harm of Prescription Drugs: Findings from the Research Literature (Part 3) The third in a three-part webinar series, this webinar showcases innovative approaches states are using to prevent nonfatal and fatal overdose from prescription drugs (reduce harm). 2017
Strategies to Reduce the Supply of Prescription Drugs: Findings from the Research Literature (Part 2) The second in a three-part webinar series, this webinar showcases innovative approaches states are using to decrease the availability of prescription drugs for non-medical use. 2017
Strategies to Reduce the Demand for Prescription Drugs: Findings from the Research Literature (Part 1) The first in a three-part webinar series, this webinar showcases innovative approaches states are using to prevent prescription drug dependency or misuse. 2017
Trauma & Adverse Childhood Experiences: Implications for Preventing Substance Misuse Outlines SAMHSA’s comprehensive approach to trauma-informed care, highlighting the mechanisms by which trauma and ACEs influence substance misuse and related behavioral health problems. 2017
Collaborating with Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: Opportunities and Challenges The third in a three-part webinar series, Leveraging Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) Data to Support Prevention Planning, this webinar showcases innovative approaches states are using to reduce prescription drug misuse and opioid overdose. 2017
An Introduction to Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs The first in a three-part series, this webinar provides an introduction to PDMPs for practitioners, including what they are, who can access their data, some of their strengths and limitations, as well as general information on how to access the data and use them to support prescription drug misuse prevention efforts. 2017
Using Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs across SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework The second in a three-part series, this webinar explores opportunities for using PDMP data to prevent prescription opioid misuse and abuse at each step of SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) 2017
The Role of Prevention in Addressing Opioid Overdose Explores key factors associated with opioid overdose and the critical role that prevention practitioners can play in addressing it. 2017
The National CLAS Standards in Action This webinar offered PFS grantee representatives a chance to explore opportunities for integrating the national Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards into their prevention efforts, as well as best practices for evaluating the success of these efforts. 2016
Cultural Competency for Understanding and Addressing the Prevention Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) Populations This is the second in a series of webinars to build the capacity of South Dakota practitioners to address the substance misuse prevention needs of the state’s increasingly diverse population. 2016
Cultural Competency for Working with Immigrant Populations Delivered to state, regional, and local-level prevention practitioners from South Dakota, this is the first in a series of webinars dedicated to increasing workforce capacity to address the needs of the states increasingly diverse population. 2016
Empowering Communities to Address Health Disparities: Practical Steps to Take at the Local Level Describes ways to enhance community capacity and readiness to engage in activities aimed at identifying and addressing behavioral health disparities, focusing on strategies for improving local-level assessment practices and practical approaches for evaluating community-based interventions aimed at reducing these disparities. 2016
A Workplace Wellness Approach for Prescription Misuse Prevention This interactive webinar, presented by SAMHSA’s Preventing Prescription Abuse in the Workplace Technical Assistance Center, defines “health consciousness” as key to preventing prescription drug misuse, and highlights skills practitioners need to reduce prescription drug misuse in their work settings. 2016
Preventing the Nonmedical Use of Prescription Drugs: Using the PDMP and Other Strategies for Success This webinar introduced SAMHSA prevention grantees to the role that PDMPs and other strategies can play in preventing prescription drug misuse. 2016
Addressing the Nonmedical Use of Prescription Drugs: Unique SPF Challenges (Steps 1-3) This webinar explored common challenges to implementing SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework to prevent prescription drug use and misuse. 2016
Harnessing the Power of Social Media across SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework Practitioners frequently use social media to inform and engage key stakeholders—particularly young adults—in their prevention initiatives. 2016
Preventing Youth Marijuana Use: Changing Perception of Risk This 90-minute webinar highlighted factors and strategies related to the perception of risk and harm of marijuana use among youth ages 12-17. 2016
Prevention Collaboration in Action: CAPT Virtual Guided Tour This webinar introduced the CAPT’s newest online tool—Prevention Collaboration in Action. 2016
Increasing Cultural Competency to Reduce Health Disparities: Approaches for Communities This webinar was designed to help local-level substance abuse prevention practitioners identify and address health disparities in their communities, and to understand the role of cultural competence as a stepping stone in doing so. 2015
Increasing Cultural Competency to Reduce Health Disparities: Approaches for States, Tribes, and Jurisdictions This recorded webinar explores the relationship of cultural competence to health disparities, highlighting the importance of applying cultural competent approaches to preventing substance misuse and abuse in our most vulnerable populations. 2015
Prevention Messaging In Action: Stories from the Field This webinar examined the nuts and bolts of developing an effective prevention pitch by engaging participants in an interactive case study designed to highlight key considerations for communicating effectively. 2015
Making the Pitch: Crafting Messages for Key Stakeholders that Engage and Excite! This webinar explores ways to craft and tailor prevention messages so they resonate with diverse stakeholders, drawing on best practice from the research literature. 2015
Preventing Substance Use Disorders among College and “Non-College” 18- to 25-Year-Olds: Young Adults in the Workplace – Session One Gain insight into how prevention professionals have collaborated with employers in prevention efforts targeted at working young adults. 2015
Enhancing the Structure and Function of State/Tribe Epidemiological Workgroups: Session Two Learn strategies to keep epidemiological workgroup members active and engaged. 2015
Enhancing the Structure and Function of State/Tribe Epidemiological Workgroups: Session One Learn the basics of building an epidemiological workgroup and get tips for success from experienced workgroup members. 2015
Mobilizing Partnerships and Resources to Address Substance Abuse and Suicide Mobilizing partnerships and resources helps prevention professionals work across disciplines to address substance misuse and suicide. 2014
Understanding the Connection Between Suicide and Substance Abuse: What the Research Tells Us This webinar is the first of a two-part series that examines current research findings on the connection between suicide and substance misuse. 2014
Improving the Behavioral Health of Boys and Young Men of Color: Addressing Data Challenges This webinar discusses the prevalence of health disparities among boys and young men of color and how programs can strengthen their protective factors. 2014
Prevention in the Context of Primary Care: Opportunities for Collaboration The Prevention in the Context of Primary Care webinar offers collaborative intervention strategies for reducing substance misuse among adolescents. 2014
What’s the Prescription? Strategies and Interventions to Prevent the Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs This webinar is the second of a two-part series that explores the nonmedical use of prescription drugs and the implementation of evidence-based strategies. 2013
Beyond the Warning Label: Identifying and Prioritizing Risk and Protective Factors for Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs The Beyond the Warning Label webinar can help you learn how to assess the risk and protective factors for the non-medical use of prescription drugs. 2013
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