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The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Tobacco and Substance Use Prevention and Control Program and its related public health and non-profit partners frequently offer training, events, and conferences focused on the many different areas of tobacco and substance use prevention and control.

If you have an conference in Maine that is relevant to the prevention and control of tobacco, substance use, suicide or injury; submit information to tsup.dhhs@maine.gov.  We will review and post if appropriate.

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2.25.20

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training: Two-Day Intensive Workshops

Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is
2.27.20

Emerging Best Practices of Youth Prevention: Using Neuroscience to Reach Developing Brains

A three-part series focused on leveraging prevention best practices to effectively engage youth within our communities. Come join the Maine Youth Action Network's team, in this free training series to learn the neuroscience behind why
2.28.20

Transforming Knowledge Into Action: Youth Mentoring Strategies

A three-part training series focused on building youth engagement skills and expanding your professional learning networks. Join the Maine Youth Action Network's team for this free training opportunity! Participate in a learning cohort
3.10.20

Emerging Best Practices of Youth Prevention: Relationships as Protective Factors

Develop skills to grow and sustain lasting and supportive relationships with young people. In this workshop, dive into how protective factors like positive adult relationships can build resiliency in young people and improve outcomes.
3.11.20

Transforming Knowledge into Action: Facilitating for Youth Voice

Explore how social & emotional learning skills build youth ability and adult ally understanding of facilitation. In this workshop, dive into debrief and reflection techniques that help youth succeed in everyday challenges while building
3.24.20

Practicing with a Restorative Lens: Two-Day Intensive Workshop

Join us to learn how to incorporate restorative based practices into your youth engagement work. Are you incorporating social emotional learning into your teaching practice? Working with colleagues to build a trauma- or healing-informed
4.2.20

Emerging Best Practices of Youth Prevention: Relationships as Protective Factors

Develop skills to grow and sustain lasting and supportive relationships with young people. In this workshop, dive into how protective factors like positive adult relationships can build resiliency in young people and improve outcomes.
4.3.20

Transforming Knowledge into Action: Facilitating for Youth Voice

Explore how social & emotional learning skills build youth ability and adult ally understanding of facilitation. In this workshop, dive into debrief and reflection techniques that help youth succeed in everyday challenges while building
4.8.20

Emerging Best Practices of Youth Prevention: Community Driven Research with Youth

Learn about community-driven research models and their value in creating environmental change. Using these models, develop strategies to directly partner with youth in prevention focused research and build their skills and engagement.
4.14.20

Emerging Best Practices of Youth Prevention: Using Neuroscience to Reach Developing Brains

Learn the neuroscience behind developing brains, and why scare tactics often miss the mark. Using this information, we will develop communication strategies that are researched based, and practice those strategies within a