Medication Assisted Treatment: A Pharmacological and Medical Overview for the Non-Medical Professional, a training scheduled for June 8, 2016, was cancelled at the trainer’s request. We appreciate your interest and are working on re-scheduling in September 2016. If you registered for this training you will be notified of the new date. Thank you for your continued interest in this important topic.
TRAINING: Medication Assisted Treatment: A Pharmacological and Medical Overview for the Non-Medical Professional
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
McGlinn Conference Center
460 St. Bernardine Street, Reading, PA 19607
Trainer: Dr. Kenneth Dickinson, MS, RPh
Medication assisted treatment is an evidence-based practice that utilizes approved medications in conjunction with counseling to treat substance use disorders. This training will identify the most common pharmacological agents being used for the treatment of addictions with the emphasis on opioid, alcohol, and stimulant addictions.
This training has been developed for clergy, criminal justice officials, drug and alcohol providers, and mental health professionals. 6.0 CAC and LSW credits will be offered for the workshop. This training is provided for FREE by the Council on Chemical Abuse.
For further information about this or other COCA Trainings, please contact Minna, Training Coordinator, (610) 376-8669, Ext. 101.