The Mid-Hudson Prevention Resource Center (MHPRC) is tasked with bringing the prevention science to the community level.  One way we do this is through our webinar series.  The MHPRC’s webinar series is a monthly 1-hour self-paced webinar that covers the community development tool known as the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF).  There are 5 elements and 2 core components to the framework.  In our webinar series we define what the element or core component is, how it is used, measured and connected to the other elements and core components.  The webinars are approved for 1 hr. of CPP credentialing and recredentialing hours and CASAC recredentialing hours.  Each webinar will be available on or about the last Friday of the month and will remain available for at least 7 days. 

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This 1 hour, watch at your own pace, webinar will cover an overview of the seven elements of the Strategic Prevention Framework. Including Assessment, Capacity, Planning, Implementation, Evaluation, Sustainability, and Cultural Competence.
It also covers the best practices and skills needed to effectively incorporate all seven elements into your coalition work.


Tuesday August 27th-Wednesday September 4th
 

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