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  • Writer's pictureAlbert Phillips

Ohio BIPOC PST Training

UMADAOP, which stands for Urban Minority Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Outreach Program, is proud to present an exciting training class in collaboration with SheRay's & Associates LLC. This training program, called Prevention Skills Training (PST), is specifically designed for individuals who identify as Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, Asian, Native American/Indigenous, or People of Color.

The 5-day training aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to become an Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist. Led by esteemed trainers Marketa Robinson, Ph.D., and Albert Gay, both Master Trainers at SheRay's & Associates LLC, this program offers common sense solutions and focuses on providing practical tools for prevention.

The curriculum includes original material from the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST), enhanced with new content that addresses the unique challenges and experiences of BIPOC populations. The training delves into topics such as health disparities, health equity, and cultural aspects, ensuring participants are well-equipped to address these issues within their communities.

The program is grounded in current research and SAMHSA's Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF), emphasizing evidence-based approaches to prevention. By attending this training, participants will gain a solid foundation in implementing effective, data-driven prevention interventions that aim to reduce behavioral health disparities and improve overall wellness.

UMADAOP and SheRay's & Associates LLC are excited to offer this training opportunity, which promises to provide valuable insights and practical skills for prevention professionals. Don't miss out on the chance to enhance your knowledge and make a positive impact in your community.

For more information and registration details, please visit SheRay's & Associates LLC website or contact their office directly.

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