FREE MAT to MAR classes online during the month of May

PLEASE SEE “FEATURED TRAININGS” FOR MORE DETAILS!

NOTICE: Online training will involve taking part in three three-hour days (PARTS I, II, and III). In order to receive the 7.5 CEU’s, you must attend all three sections of the online course. Check dates carefully and make sure you are available for each section. You will not be able to drop into a class at a time for which you have not been scheduled!

This training uses Zoom technology and includes two-way interactions, small groups, polling, and other activities. You will need a computer with a webcam. You must attend and take an active role in all eight hours of the course to qualify for the 7.5 CEUs. There will be a 15-minute break in the middle of the session each day.

CHOOSE ONE OF THE TRAINING TIMES BELOW AND CLICK ON IT TO REGISTER THROUGH EVENTBRITE:

CHOICE #1: Part 1 – May 11; Part II – May 14; Part III – May 18; 9-12 each day

Choice #1 provides closed-captioning service.

CHOICE #2: Part 1 – May 12; Part II – May 15; Part III May 20; 9-12 each day

CHOICE #3: Part 1 – May 19; Part II – May 21; Part III – May 26; 9-12 each day

CHOICE #4: Part 1 – May 27; Part II – May 29; Part III – June 3; 9-12 each day

CHOICE #5: Part 1 – May 28; Part II – June 2; Part III – June 4; 9-12 each day

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The following onsite training has not been cancelled. If it is, participants will be notified. At this time the meeting is at capacity for attendance.

June 11, 2020, ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County in Cleveland, OH, 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. (Limit 35 people)

ALL “MAT TO MAR” TRAINING SESSIONS ARE SPONSORED BY

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Funding for this training was made possible (in part) by the Ohio State Opiate Response- 1H79T1081684-01 grant from SAMHSA. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.