A range of drug and alcohol focussed motivational interviewing courses available
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Training for those working with children, young people and families in how to use Steps2Cope materials and resources with their clients to increase their confidence and resilience in living with and dealing parental substance misuse
The app is available for download on both Apple and Android mobile devices and has been developed in partnership with QUB and PHA
A number of drug and alcohol courses available including a Level 2 Award in Understanding Substance Misuse, a Level 3 Substance Misuse course and a Foundation Degree (3 years) in Responding to Alcohol & Drug Misuse
Training available for the community and voluntary sector on a wide range of drug and alcohol topics and for workplaces in relation to policies and procedures for managing substance misuse within the workplace
Line Management Training to enable those with supervisory responsibility to recognise the impact of alcohol related harm on the individual and the workplace - participants learn how to have an initial conversation about alcohol related issues, and how to proactively address alcohol related harm
Delivery of age-appropriate life-skills and harm-reduction programmes to vulnerable young people using, or at-risk of using, substances
LYMCA supports teachers in post primary schools to deliver SHAHRP to pupils years 10 and 11
Health promotion and improvement publications (leaflets and posters) and library resources (books, DVDs, CDs, resource packs and demonstration models).
The SEDACT Connections Service (hosted in South Eastern area by ASCERT) acts as the operational arm of the South Eastern Drug and Alcohol Coordination Team (SEDACT); assisting the Team to take forward its priority actions and to work with other stakeholder organisations and partnerships in the area to develop and deliver drug and/or alcohol related projects, events and initiatives. The Connections workers can be contacted by individuals or groups in the community who have concerns or queries in regards alcohol/ other drug initiatives and services. As well as supporting and developing local campaigns, the Connections service are a source of information and best practice and keep communities up to date on recent trends as well as developing responses to issues. SE Connections also makes links between the community and drug/alcohol sectors and other fields such as family support and mental health, and can signpost inidividuals to the relevant services when required.