Naloxone Administration & Opioid Education Training

Course Description This training encourages community members, those recovering from an opioid use disorder, and their families, to attend the training to educate themselves on the best way to combat a potentially fatal overdose. Learning Objectives include: 1. Be able to recognize signs of an opioid related overdose 2. Gain knowledge of what Naloxone is […]

Virtual Medicine Wheel and 12 Steps Training

Medicine Wheel & 12 Step for Youth: Provides a culturally appropriate 12 Step program for Native American/Alaska Native adolescents (ages 13 to 21 years).Given the different concerns that boys and girls have, separate programs have been developed for each. Medicine Wheel and 12 Steps for youth is specifically designed for youth (age 13-21). The focus […]

CAMS Training – Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality

The CAMS Assessment training model provides a spectrum of experiences that optimizes the learner's understanding of how to use CAMS within clinical practice across different treatment settings and clinical populations. CAMS is adaptable to traditions and culture in approaches to treatment. Training is for licensed mental health providers. Experience an evidence-based and easy to learn […]

Domestic Violence in the Workplace

Domestic Violence in the workplace: Introduction to the prevalence and impact of domestic violence, guiding principles of workplace response, guidelines for supervisors and managers, and services availability and referral. For more information, contact Shiela Williams at: swilliams@spthb.org

White Bison Medicine Wheel & 12 Step Virtual Training

The Medicine Wheel and 12 Step program was developed to provide a culturally appropriate 12 Step program for Native American people. This program was developed by White Bison, based upon Teachings of the Medicine Wheel, the Cycle of Life and the Four Laws of Change. Participants will learn techniques to facilitate healing from addiction and […]

Warrior Down/Recovery Coach Virtual Training

Training is virtual on Zoom. Open to public, however, Cheyenne & Arapaho preference will be exercised for this training. Purpose: The Warrior Down/Recovery Coach training provides the tools needed to prevent relapse and provide recovery support for Native Americans. The Warrior Down/Recovery Coach training will assist attendees in providing support and relapse prevention for Native […]

Creating Workplace Domestic Violence Policy

Domestic violence can enter the workplace no matter where it occurs, making workplaces less safe and productive (Workplaces Respond to Domestic and Sexual Violence, n.d.). Join us as we explore workplace policies, engage in hands-on policy building, and review resources aimed to cultivate a supportive workplace response to domestic violence.

Naloxone Administration Training

Learn how to respond to an overdose emergency with the Naloxone Administration training. This is a free online resource to train participants to respond effectively to an opioid overdose emergency. Participants will receive Naloxone kits in the mail. Learning Objectives Be able to recognize signs of an opioid related overdose Gain knowledge of what Naloxone […]

Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO Talking Circle

The Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO’s Talking Circle will be held virtually on the fourth Wednesday of every month from 2:00 to 3:00 PM CST. The talking circle is a space for attendees to share challenges and celebrate successes with other peers. The goal of the talking circle is to provide community, support, and […]

Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO Program

The Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO program is held the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 2:00 to 3:30 PM CST. The program provides comprehensive information for peer recovery specialists to effectively share best practices, troubleshoot complex questions, and continue to ensure that our people are receiving the care they need, when they need […]