Virtual Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program (ADSAP) 101
October 14, 2021
Training begins at 10:00 a.m. and ends at 12:30 p.m.
Online (The log-in information for this virtual event will be sent to all registrants prior to the training.)
Who Should Attend
“Front-line” clinical and administration staff from the state’s 32 county alcohol and drug abuse authorities, including group leaders, counselors, ADSAP Coordinators, and Treatment Directors hired within the past three years in these capacities
Participants must work in some capacity with ADSAP clients.
This training is specifically designed to include “front-line” staff who monitor and provide services to ADSAP clients. A range of topics will be addressed via panel and individual presentations, including intake, assessment, financial assessment process, community service, clients’ level-of-care placement, termination/transfer, client/citizen complaints, interstate ADSAP process, appeals process, maximum Prime For Life sessions per week, clients’ case reviews, ignition interlock process, clinical notes documentation, etc.
Increase their knowledge and application of ADSAP’s intake, administrative, financial, assessment, treatment, and overall service-delivery policies/procedures, standards, and processes;
Learn from other ADSAP providers who have developed effective and compliant approaches to meeting ADSAP clients’ overall needs; and
Build a network of fellow ADSAP providers to discuss and find ways to address common problems that arise in ADSAP.
Chris Reid (DAODAS), Janice Kelly (LRADAC), Susan Cox (Interstate ADSAP Office), Patricia Bookard-Salley (Charleston Center), Traci Brockman (Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County), Pam Williams (Circle Park Behavioral Health Services), Virginia Bowman (Keystone Substance Abuse Services), Cynthia Hughes (Phoenix Center)