Hancock County, Ohio - Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 9:00am – 5:00pm EST
You are invited to attend enCompass, a comprehensive training on navigating addiction for Ohioans.
The training is sponsored by Governor DeWine’s RecoveryOhio Initiative, the Addiction Policy Forum, and Hancock County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services.
This 8-hour training session is virtual and open to all adults who want to learn more about addiction and have the skills to respond. Attendees often include families, friends, caregivers, clergy, law enforcement, first responders, healthcare providers, employers, educators, community-based service providers, and anyone interested in learning how to respond to substance use/co-occurring disorders.
Like CPR, the course is designed to build the skills to support and respond to someone who needs help. The training will also help participants navigate the resources available in your own community.
enCompass participants will learn:
· How to identify the signs and symptoms of addiction;
· How to help an individual in need of support;
· The effects of stigma on individuals and families; and
· How to set healthy boundaries and principles of self-care.
All participants receive a certificate at the completion of the course.
Please register via the button below by October 17, 2021, to receive your participant manual by mail in advance of the training. Participants that register after the 17th will still receive a participant manual by mail but we can't guarantee that it will arrive before the event.