WEBINARS: Clinical Guidance Training for Treating Pregnant & Parenting Women with Opioid Use Disorder & Their Infants April 13 & 15

The Bureau for Behavioral Health would like to share the following information about an upcoming virtual training presented jointly by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), West Virginia Perinatal Partnership (WVPP), Marshall University Family Medicine, Substance Abuse and

RESOURCE: dispose of medications at home using the DisposeRx®

West Virginia Drug Intervention Institute (WV DII) and Fruth Partnership for medication safety press release here: https://www.wvdii.org/post/wv-dii-disposerx-fruth-pharmacy-partner-on-medication-safety-disposal-campaign Goal is to make it easy for families to dispose of medications at home using the DisposeRx® medication packets. We have also developed

RESOURCE: Great Rivers APP and Great Rivers information about recovery coach database

Great Rivers APP and Great Rivers information   Here is the link to our page: https://www.marshallhealth.org/services/addiction-medicine/great-rivers-regional-system-for-addiction-care/   In the APP store it is called: Great Rivers. On the APP we have a  “Recovery Coach Database” where their you can see

Schedule of Community Coalitions

Find out ways to get connected with FRN Projects and Community Coalitions.   CLICK BELOW to view a full contact list and calendar… Schedule of Community Coalitions SCHEDULE: Community Coalitions   CONTACT LIST: Schedules are subject to change so please

TRAINING SERIES: Translating data into prevention practice

The West Virginia SPF Partnerships for Success Evidence-Based Practice Workgroup in partnership with Marshall University is hosting a training series on translating data into prevention practice. Sessions will be of interest to prevention and public health professionals, community coalition staff