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ARISE® 3-Day Comprehensive Care with Intervention Workshop

October 21 @ 8:00 am - October 23 @ 5:00 pm MDT

| $60.00


ARISE® 3-Day Comprehensive Care with Intervention Workshop

  • Intended audience: Case managers and community partners

ARISE® Comprehensive Care is an evidence-based model with a proven track record of getting over 83% of individuals with substance use disorders into treatment in three weeks. 96% enter treatment in six months. 61% abstinent by the end of the first year, with 10% more using less. It is proven in federal research to be the most successful intervention available.

This 3-day training is for case managers, peer recovery support specialists and other community members to learn and practice the ARISE® Interventionist Model which works collaboratively with the individual, the treatment center, and the family to ensure treatment completion, relapse prevention, and the resolution of grief and other problems at the root of the pain and the addictive disease.

Once trained in ARISE® Comprehensive Care with Invitational Intervention®, participants will have knowledge and tools to:

  • Conduct respectful, gentle family meetings
  • Focus on individual and family long-term recovery
  • Provide comprehensive care that continues until the individual and family are healthy and in recovery
  • Be above to service individuals and families challenged by mental health issues, dual diagnosis, substance use disorder, behavioral compulsions (sex, Internet, gaming, gambling, spending, eating disorders, debting, hoarding)
  • Specialize in adolescents, young adults, children, the elderly, all age groups and families
  • Align practices with the ARISE beliefs:
  • Families are intrinsically healthy and competent
  • People and environments are constantly in transition
  • Connectedness to family and culture of origin is protective against risk-taking behavior
  • Trauma affects all members of the family and community who, in turn, affect each other
  • Loyalty, intergenerational dynamics and protectiveness make families more “powerful” than treatment agents to effect change
  • Families are capable of doing much of the psychosocial and spiritual work needed, given a balance of agency and communion
  • A flexible approach to intervention allows family, friends and support systems to motivate change
  • Emphasis on support and caring allows networks to remain part of any treatment or intervention system to facilitate entry into treatment, treatment and aftercare

Lunch will be provided


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October 21 @ 8:00 am
October 23 @ 5:00 pm
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Harms Advanced Technology Center-WNCC
2620 College Park Road
Scottsbluff, NE 69361 United States
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