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Online Course on Client, Family and Community Education

The new addictions course available on-line at PAHA is Client, Family and Community Education for the Addictions Professional. This is a 6-hour course that is available at our on-line training center anytime at http://substanceabusecounselortraining.com which covers the topic of Client, Family and Community Education with a specific substance abuse focus for Nurses, Counselors, and other Health Professionals.

Here are the topics covered in this course:

  1. Creating Community Ownership
  2. Community Education Guidelines
  3. Youth Educational Themes and Messages
  4. Using Multiple Channels and Formats
  5. Health Communication Process
  6. Cultural Competence
  7. Guidelines for Community Education Messages
  8. Clear and Mixed Messages
  9. Preparing Easy-to-Read Materials

To enroll in this course on-line please visit http://substanceabusecounselortraining.com. For more information about our face-to-face courses, please see our schedule at: http://addictionsprofessional.com/csac-certification/our-schedule


  1. Michelle Richter says:

    Our country makes getting an education so difficult. It’s expensive, and unless your willing to take on a great deal of debt, a college degree is near impossible. In many European countries, education is practically free. When my x was growing up in Czech Republic, if you didn’t go to school, you went to jail, if you didn’t work, you went to jail. When I heard this, I was shocked and thankful that I grew up in America. But during that time, there was no such thing as “unemployment” or “uneducated”. There was lower rates of crime and homelessness. Everyone was educated. I hope that our society can find someplace in the middle . Understand that the more education our community can recieve in the areas of parenting, stress managment, budgeting, health and supportting those in crisis, the less crime, abuse and helplessness our community will have.

  2. And what you end up with educated citizens, who contribute to strength of the nation. Australia provides college education or vocational school education (TAFE) to all its citizens free of charge. As you are aware, many Big island students are currently on PAHA scholarship.My personal stimulus plan and version of aloha and kokua.

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