National NNEDLearn Training

NNEDLearn

NNEDLearn 2016:

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) was pleased to offer its sixth annual training for community-based organizations, NNEDLearn 2016, an opportunity for NNED Partners to learn and implement evidence-based, adapted, and culturally-specific behavioral health practices.

NNEDLearn 2015:

25 NNED Partner organizations participated in the fifth annual training opportunity for community-based organizations, supported by SAMHSA. NNEDLearn 2015 offered five training tracks to build skills in evidence-supported and culturally appropriate clinical and consumer practices:

NNEDLearn 2014:

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration was pleased to offer its fourth annual training opportunity, NNEDLearn 2014 to 30 NNED Partner Organizations. NNEDLearn 2014 offered five training tracks to build skills in evidence-supported and culturally appropriate clinical and consumer practices:

NNEDLearn 2013:

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration invited community-based NNED Partner Organizations to participate in its third annual training opportunity, NNEDLearn 2013. Based on input from the NNED, FIVE training tracks were offered to build skills in evidence-supported and culturally appropriate clinical and consumer practices.

NNEDLearn 2012:

The NNED selected over 150 participants from 35 NNED Partner Organizations to participate in its second annual training opportunity. Based on input from the NNED, SIX training tracks were offered to build skills in evidence-supported and culturally appropriate clinical, consumer, and organizational practices. The training also included a Plenary Session on Understanding Trauma and Trauma Informed Care (pdf 4 MB) by Dr. Sandra Bloom from the Drexel University Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice.

NNEDLearn 2011:

National NNEDLearn© 2011 Training was held in Bethesda, MD on June 27-28, 2011. Over 200 members participated in one of six possible trainings over the course of two days. The event was supported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). 

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