Training & Presentations

Partnership Carson City offers training sessions on drug trends, youth trends, alcohol server training and more including specific courses such as This Is Not About Drugs (TISNAD), Deterra disposal, Naloxone administration and more. Contact PCC at 775-841-4730 for more information.

Suicide Prevention and Intervention Training (online course)

Do you need continuing education credits in suicide prevention and intervention?

A new, ONLINE class is being offered through Truckee Meadows Community College!

Effective July 1, 2016, under NRS 630.253, marriage and family therapists, social workers and licensed drug and alcohol counselors must complete at least two hours of instruction on suicide prevention and intervention to renew their professional state license.

Truckee Meadows Community College is now offering Suicide Prevention and Intervention Training online. The course is $49. Once completed, you’ll receive 2.5 continuing education credits in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy or Drug and Alcohol Counseling. To access the course, click here.

For more information about NRS 630.253, contact Misty Vaughan Allen at the Nevada Office of Suicide Prevention at [email protected].

For more information about this course, contact Camille Vega at [email protected].

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

With Help Comes Hope

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Training Video Library

View some of Partnership Carson City’s recent training seminars here.

Lt. Andrew Rasor, of the Nevada Division of Investigation, talks to pharmacists about signs that point to prescription drug abuse.

Josh Chaney, a deputy who serves on the Special Enforcement Team of the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, talks about the signs and symptoms of drug use.

Yenh Long, program administrator for the Nevada Prescription Monitoring Agency, talks about prescription drug abuse and how laws have changed to reflect the national crisis.

Employers learn how to protect their workers, their customers and themselves when it comes to illicit drug use in the workplace – in light of legalizing the recreational sale of marijuana.