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2021 HOW TO RESPOND TO THE OPIOID CRISIS IN YOUR JURISDICITION: ENGAGING YOUTH AND FAMILIES WITH LIVED EXPERIENCES (J, FJ, SJ)

Recorded March 26, 2021

Training Description:

As child welfare and juvenile justice professionals, we develop policy/procedures and make decisions about system improvements, all of which affect the youth and families you served; however, these policies and decisions are often made without the input of people who have to navigate the systems we create. This can be especially true for youth and families impacted by the current opioid crisis. This webinar will highlight several strategies to engage and work with people with lived experiences to include their voices to improve the operations of child welfare and juvenile justice systems.

Faculty:

Mark Funkhouser, Site Manager, NCJFCJ and Zoe Livengood, Site Manager, NCJFCJ

Who Should Attend:

This course is designed for all Nevada judges and masters. NOTE: Meets NDJ Core Competency “Judicial Skills” (JS).

Continuing Education Credit:

1.0 CLE/CJE (Certificate of Attendance required to receive continuing legal/judicial education credit). NOTE: CLE credit for this course is approved through March 26, 2024, and will then be stale dated.

Register:

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