Your Coalition works to provide free or low-cost training (including CEUs) to:
Some examples of training topics include:
We are currently building our next training series.
In the meantime, we invite you to visit our online training partners below:
The Coalition collaborates with EOAHEC to increase the understanding of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) & recovery among college students
in a variety of healthcare pipeline programs.
Opportunities provided to students include access to experiential learning opportunities with Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) treatment providers.
Addiction and Treatment of Pregnant Women
Dr. Daniel Brown
Reducing Barriers to Healthy Pregnancies and Healthy Babies
Michelle Edison, MPH, MS
The Addictive Brain
Dr. Ted Parran
The Importance of Addressing Addiction with Your Primary Healthcare Providers
Dr. Trina Pagano
The Importance of Self-Care for First Responders and Healthcare Professionals
Cheryle Herr, LISW-S, LICDC
The Stages and Treatment of Pain
Dr. Daniel Brown
To promote prevention by:
For individuals & families living with Opioid Use Disorder by engaging the faith community as a valued support.
Mahoning county residents are equipped to promote prevention and mental health through awareness, education, & opportunities to connect with and support each other by:
The Coalition for a Drug-Free Mahoning County hosts 10 community meetings for networking & collaboration on a monthly basis.
Meetings are held at 4:00 PM on the third Tuesday of each month.
January 21st- Newport Library*
February 18th- Newport Library*
March 17th- Newport Library*
April 21st- Canfield Library**
May 19th- Zoom Meeting
June 16th- Zoom Meeting
July 21st- Zoom Meeting
-No August Meeting
September 15th- Zoom Meeting
October 20th- Zoom Meeting
November 17th- Zoom Meeting
-No December Meeting