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Due to COVID-19, CRH will continue working remotely until further notice.

Upcoming Clinics - Behavioral and Public Health TeleECHO

Clinics will be held 2nd Wednesday of every month, starting September 14, 2022 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm Central via Zoom.


Crossroads of Substance Use and Infectious Diseases
October 19, 2022
This discussion will outline why North Dakotans need our agencies to collaborate. Stories will be shared from clients and staff perspectives of combating substance use disorder (SUD) & sexually transmitted infections (STI) congruently. Data visualization with show trends of intersection between STI & SUD.

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On Your Own, or Are You? Get to Know Your Partners and Services Provided
November 9, 2022
This discussion will improve your understanding of the levels of addiction services available in North Dakota, where there is free sexually transmitted infection testing in North Dakota, and who are your local partners.

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Harm Reduction, What is it?
December 14, 2022
This discussion will cover methods available to help reduce substance use disorder and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as medication assisted treatment, vaccines, HIV PrEP, Hepatitis C treatment, and at-home STI testing.

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Meeting People Where They Are
January 11, 2023
Our discussion from last month continues, why syringe services and how is it offered in North Dakota?

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Linking Individuals with Support Services
February 8, 2023
This discussion will cover infectious disease mandatory reportable conditions and ethical responsibility.

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Reflections of Medication Assisted Treatment
March 8, 2023
This discussion will cover the ethics behind Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) with a goal to end the stigma of MAT.

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Words Matter: The Power of Language to Strengthen Services for Substance Use Disorder and Sexually Transmitted Infections
TBD
This discussion is intended to elicit a comprehensive and concrete conversation about language, stigma, and discrimination as a means of ensuring that all people who seek care for sexually transmitted infections/or substance use disorder, including opioid use disorder, are treated with respect and dignity.


Law and Ethics: What to Do When Conflicts Occur
April 12, 2023
This discussion involves aspects of current support services available in first line healthcare facilities such as emergency rooms. How do these facilities link those in need to services?

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Intersectionality
May 10, 2023
This discussion it intended to help attendees recognize interlocking systems of power that impact those who are most marginalized in society. Intersectionality considers that various forms of social stratification, such as class, race, sexual orientation, age, disability, and gender, do not exist separately from each other but are interwoven together.

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Suicide Prevention Strategies: Is Your Community Ready?
June 14, 2023
This discussion will focus on current data available, ways to prevent suicide, and ways to become an advocate even in rural North Dakota.

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Overdose Prevention Strategies: Is Your Community Ready?
July 12, 2023
This discussion will focus on current data available, ways to prevent overdose, and ways to become an advocate even in rural North Dakota.

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