Substance Use Disorder 101 Training (SUD 101) for Housing Providers
Ohioans with mental health and substance use disorders live in a variety of settings, including but not limited to recovery housing, permanent supportive housing, temporary housing, and adult care facilities. These housing settings often focus on serving a specific population, such as persons with mental illness or persons with substance use disorder. However, the Ohioans served in these settings often do not fit neatly into categories and may benefit from multiple types of services and supports. This training will cover the following topics.
What is Substance Use Disorder and how does it impact a person
Signs and Symptoms of Substance Use Disorders and how to recognize them
Pathways to Recovery and Recovery over time
How to prevent overdoses in housing settings
What are recovery support services and how they can help
How to create a housing environment that supports recovery
This course has been approved for 6.5 credit hours of Continuing Education units from both the social work counseling board and the chemical dependency professionals board. Certificates will be sent to those who attend the training. Please note: you must attend the webinar under the name on your license. Please do not forward your personal attendee link to others.
This is an all day training. ORH will host this training once every month. If you are interested in attending a different month, you can find all of the registration information on ORH's website at: https://www.ohiorecoveryhousing.org/sud-101-series.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.