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Online
October 14, 2021

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF TOPIC:   I will begin by presenting basic neuroscience research on opioid reward and opioid seeking, providing an overview of the neural mechanisms and circuitry underlying opioid addiction-related behaviors. I will then segue into presenting a new study funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network (NIDA CTN).

Online
August 23, 2021

Specialty Court clinicians are invited to participate in our first TREAT Initiative Clinician Roundtable on Confidentiality in Specialty Courts, lead by Meaghan Dupuis, LMHC.

Online
March 24, 2021

Treatment courts, including drug courts, typically engage in a highly collaborative and hands-on approach to support individuals experiencing substance use disorders. The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on drug treatment court programs and their ability to serve clients.

Online
March 04, 2021

2021 Conference - NYATCP Annual Training Conference will be Virtual

Online
April 24, 2019

1:00 - 2:00pm (EST)
Registration information to follow

Online
June 13, 2018

How can law enforcement officers be a key asset to your court and help to advance your mission? Join us for "To Serve, Protect, and Treat: Law Enforcement and Treatment Courts" via WebEx on Wednesday, June 13 at 2:00 p.m. EDT to learn!

Online
May 17, 2018

Up to 65% of individuals involved with the criminal justice meet criteria for substance use disorders. Former inmates are at increased risk of death once released to the community. Accordingly, it is critical to provider proper addictions treatment for individuals involved with the criminal justice in the community.

Online
May 17, 2018

Webinar Title: Managing Addiction in Offenders through Court-Mandated Treatment

Presenter: Ekaterina (Kate) Pivovarova, Ph.D.

Date & Time: Thursday May 17, 2018 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Eastern

In-Person
February 04, 2018

Nancy Linnehan

The Health Story Collaborative in partnership with The Joint Coalition on Health and The Community Gallery at the Fitchburg Art Museum present: “The Opioid Project: Changing Perceptions through Art and Storytelling”

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