Introduction to Methods and the Impact of Environmental Change (P501)
Participants will understand how the culture around our youth plays a significant part in forming their values and behavioral norms. They will understand how environmental change strategies move away from the focus on individual behavior and attempt to impact this larger environment. In addition to the skills they need to resist pressures to use alcohol and other drugs, will the environment around them provide protection or put them more at risk. Strategies include change laws, policies and community practices. This course will cover the impact of environmental change on the entire population to reduce collective risk.
Class delivered via Zoom over two days. YOU MUST register for the first class in order to be able to attend both days and receive a certificate.
Please note: If you are using a purchase order to pay for this class, there will be an additional $6.00 charged for processing, per class!
The Wellspring Center for Prevention has instituted a new “No Show” policy that will result in a $15 fee assessed to any individual who fails to show up for a class or event held at or by the agency for which a fee is required. Individuals who cancel their appointments at least 24 hours in advance will not be charged a fee.
Contact Lissette Mejia-Bacharde @ 732.254.3344 ext. 114