Substance Use Task Force

clyde minaret

Mission

Mono County’s Substance Use Task Force is a collaborative gathering of public and private sector community partners with a goal of reducing the adverse effects of harmful substance use. We seek to enhance prevention, treatment and harm reduction services and to reduce stigma.   

Vision

A collaborative and cohesive community group that promotes understanding of substance use as a disease and improving treatment and harm reduction access and strategies.

Values

Promote health and dignity for all.

 

Follow us on Facebook @MonoCountySubstanceUseTaskforce 

 

Next Meeting:

 

October 6, 2020

10 am-11:30 am

https://monocounty.zoom.us/j/8523894939

 

Previous Meetings 

January 22, 2020

Agenda

Meeting Notes

Substance Use Task Force Member Survey

 

October 23, 2019

Meeting Notes

Agenda

Upcoming Live Trainings in Mono County 2020

Please email jcroissant@mono.ca.gov if you have any live trainings to share

 

Upcoming community outreach events in Mono County 2020

Please email jcroissant@mono.ca.gov if you have any community outreach events to share

Recorded or On-Demand Trainings

Keynote Presentation: Channeling the Power of Human Connection toward Whole Health

 

MAT: Medications For Addiction Treatment 8 Hour Waiver Training

 

Online curriculums

 
Specific to Providers:

SUD 101 Core Curriculum 

Chronic Pain Core Curriculum 

Performance-in-Practice (PIP): Improving Clinical Practice with Patients who have Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)

ACA and Addiction Treatment and Recovery: What Every Addiction Professional Needs to Know

First Responder Course: Creating Safe Scenes (specific to Mental illness/substance use) 

 

Local Resources 

Naloxone (Narcan) for Opioid Overdose

Mono County Behavioral Health Provider Directory

Mono County Behavioral Health Webpage

Toiyabe Indian Health Center Substance Abuse Treatment page

Mono County Community Resources Pamphlet (English/Spanish)

New! Mono County Resource Book

Mono County Cannabis Health Education

Mono County Tobacco Education Program

 

Archived Online Trainings and Resources

(organized by subject)

Alcohol Use

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

Perinatal Substance Use Prevention

Opioid Use

Opioid Overdose Resource page

Training for RN/APRN's: Effective Treatments for Opioid Use Disorders

Medication Assisted Treatment introduction for all and MAT waiver training (different online curriculums for MDs, RNs, and MAs)

Opioid Use + Pregnancy

 

ACE's (Adverse Childhood Experiences) 

NEW: Coping with Stress During the COVID-19 Pandemic (one page handout)

ACE's Aware : The ACEs Aware initiative offers Medi-Cal providers training, clinical protocols, and payment for screening children and adults for ACEs. The two-hour online curriculum is easy to access for a wide range of health care professionals and will provide Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credits.

​​​​​​​​California Department of Health Care Services resources: Trauma Screenings and Trauma-Informed Care Provider Trainings

ACE's Online Learning: Early Trauma Online Learning Course for Practitioners, professionals and volunteers who work with children, young people and their families.

Adverse childhood experiences: What we know, what we don't know, and what should happen next

Tobacco

The Vaping Phenomenon - What It Is, Why It Happened, and What We Can Do About It (Webinar video from Stanford's Health Improvement Program)

Also, visit Mono County Tobacco Education Program website for cessation resources/trainings and Mono County Prevention Coalition website for meeting information and trainings.

 

Mental Health

Mental Health Screening Tools

Stigma

Social Stigma Toward Persons With Prescription Opioid Use Disorder: Associations With Public Support for Punitive and Public Health–Oriented Policies
 

Additional recommended Videos/Presentations 

Applied Empathy in Health Behavior Change

(SPEAKER: Jeff Jordan, President & Executive Creative Director, Rescue Agency)

 

From Awareness to Action: Strategies for Combating Racism in Health Systems