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We sponsor free online events open to the public and hosted by our experts on current topics related to substance use and mental health recovery support, opioid response, racial equity, housing stability and homelessness, and person-centered care.
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Project Amp: Youth-Centered, Evidence-Informed Prevention & Early Intervention
Project Amp utilizes near-age peer mentors to implement a strength based, trauma-informed, and recovery-focused substance use prevention and early intervention model with youth.
Join us on December 6 at 12 pm ET as we share the most recent data and evidence supporting the effectiveness and implementation of Project Amp. Hear from Project Amp mentors on how to ensure that youth voice is involved in the development of intervention and prevention services and why near age peer mentors are relatable to young people. Register today.
Core elements of Project Amp include motivational interviewing, person-centeredness, building trusting relationships based on shared lived experience, connecting with social supports, and navigating conversations on strengths, goals, coping, alcohol and drug use, and well-being. Project Amp is an innovative model with emerging evidence for effectiveness and successful implementation in schools and communities. Learn more and find resources on Project Amp's website.
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