Tuesday, November 9 – Wednesday, November 10, 20219:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT
Are you thinking about integrating environmental approaches into your prevention efforts? Environmental prevention involves promoting health and safety by changing the policies, settings, and community conditions that contribute to high-risk, unhealthy behaviors. This training focuses on the distinctions between environmental and individual-based prevention, and the theoretical foundation for using environmental strategies. Presenter Angela Da Re, CCPS, ICPS, will review evidence-based environmental prevention strategies and highlight ways that they can include best-practice cultural competence. The training also looks at ways to effectively engage communities in these efforts, including how to work with youth to get them ready to implement environmental prevention projects. This webinar is appropriate for county prevention coordinators and administrators, county-sponsored prevention providers, schools, communities, and faith-based prevention providers.
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Meet the Presenter
Angela Da Re, CCPS, ICPS, has over 20 years of experience in the field of Substance Abuse Prevention. As a Certified Prevention Specialist, she oversees all prevention programs and strategies, which encompass all the domains of prevention. As a Strengthening Families Program facilitator, Angela has had the pleasure of implementing the program for over 10 years, including a faith-based component to the local region. As a Master Trainer for SFP for over 5 years, she has had the opportunity to train countless facilitators in implementing the curriculum. Additionally, she has been trained as both a facilitator and trainer in multiple evidence-based programs. She is expert in community and collaborative prevention strategies.