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Adolescent Substance Use 101: Current Trends and the Impact of COVID-19 - Gallery view
Linda Moten-Elliott
09:34
Hello from Saginaw, MI
Vivian Mayo
09:53
Hi Everyone, Vivian Baltimore City
Kristina White
10:14
Managed Care
Jennifer Ocasio
10:22
Hello from Goshen, NY
Laurie Kerr
10:26
Hello! From Albuquerque, NM!
Rosa Rodriguez-Alvarez
10:29
Hi Everyone from Austin, Texas
June Jenkins
10:31
Hi from SC
janai celkos-gibbs
10:31
Hi , Janai from Philly
Jennifer Hardman Clark
10:31
Juvenile Services; BH provider
Jessica Plazewski
10:34
Hello from Fort Myers, Florida.
Shala Hartmann
10:34
Lincoln, NE
Erin Williams
10:35
Good morning from Carlsbad, NM!
Vivian Mayo
10:36
Baltimore City Department of Social Services MATCH Program
Maria Leon Rodriguez
10:36
Hello from Merced, CA
Jennifer Ocasio
10:43
Substance Use Prevention
Jorge Rivera
10:49
Hello from Massachusetts
Lindsay Stump
10:50
Hello from Agape Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic in Washington, NC
Christina Holt
10:50
Phoenix Arizona
marjorie reap
10:52
para from moscow pa
Kristina Derksen
10:52
Bend, Oregon
Elizabeth Kitchen
10:54
Elizabeth Kitchen, Caro MI! Community Mental Health
Kathleen Livick
10:55
Hello, from Carlisle PA
Thalia Ghiglia
10:59
Hello from the Foundation for a Drug-Free World Washington DC Chapter!
Kayla Simon
11:02
Hello from Austin, TX
Kerby Keller
11:06
Kerby Keller, Lancaster County, PA
Maria Thompson
11:08
Hello from Pensacola, Fl
Amy McMillan
11:11
Hi from Buckhannon WV
Kelly Morante
11:12
Hi from Kingsville, TX
Hugo Meza
11:14
San Jose, CA
Graciela Tinoco
11:15
Hello from Modesto, CA
Cynthia Ketcherside
11:18
Hello from Ann Arbor
Andrea Ryan
11:19
Hello from Lansing, MI
Janell Kelly
11:20
Psychology Associate for the state of maryland
Kathleen Terry
11:22
Hello from Corvallis, Oregon
Vivian Mayo
11:22
Making All The Children Healthy (MATCH) Program
Emily Finkle
11:27
Good afternoon! Emily Rose Finkle, Genesee County Prevention Coalition, Flint Michigan
Monique Rojas
11:28
Good morning from Berkeley, CA!
vicki. staples
11:29
Hi from Phoenix, AZ
Shaakira Parker
11:30
Good afternoon everyone from Children's National Hospital in Washington, DC
Hollie Higgs
11:32
Hello from Jefferson Co, WV
Samantha Ashby
11:36
Hello from Albuquerque, NM. School Counselor and Substance Prevention/Intervention.
Julie Syring
11:49
Hello from Estacada, Oregon
Tracie Sypin
12:04
Hello from Greene County (PA) Drug & Alcohol Program
Stephanie Lange
12:06
Hello from Macomb, MIchigan
Billy Foster
12:07
Hello from Mississippi
Marcelys Perez
12:09
xHello, Houston T
Elke Petras
12:16
Hello from Orange County, California. Orange County Department of Education.
Rochelle Jewell
12:25
Hello from Stratham, NH!
Lisa Nicodemus
12:26
Vocational Rehabilitation
Bria Barber
12:28
Hello Bria Barber , Circare NY
Timothy Keady
12:36
Good Morning, Tim from Utah
Cristal Tapia
12:59
Good Morning, Cristal Tapia from VOALA. I am a Case Manager for the Youth Opioid Response Team
Anthony Theel
13:01
Anthony Theel from Port Huron, MI
carrie wong
13:29
hello from Albany- NY State Office of Mental Health Division of Forensic Services
Amie Mitchell
13:30
Greetings from Madison, WI
Angela Cheers
13:39
Good afternoon, Angela from Dept of Juvenile Services in MD
Frank Valley
14:29
Hi Everyone,Frank Valley MAC LCDC Starlite Recovery Center Business Development Manager South and West Texas territory Residing in Corpus Christi . For information or help with a referral please contact me” Your connector of substance abuse services” at (361)-533-9021 frank.valley@starliterecovery.com or admissions 24/7 at (800)-292-0148 www.starliterecovery.com
Pam Phillips
14:37
Hi, Pam Phillips from Manchester Public Schools in CT
Kellie Bradley
14:38
Kellie Bradley, BACHS Healthcare, soon to be Maryland Wellness
jennifer Lyon-Horne
14:49
Jen Lyon-Horne, University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction (CORA)
Bradley Spoon
14:52
Hi everyone! Bradley Spoon from Board of Child Care in Maryland
Shelby Gordon
15:08
Shelby Gordon, Rock Springs Wyoming, Southwest Counseling Services
Jodie LaVare
15:20
Jodie LaVare, Supervisor Family Services Broome County Probation Binghamton, New York
Jody Grandy
15:26
Jody Grandy from Elizabeth City State University Counseling Center, Elizabeth City, NC
Chelsea Erickson
15:27
Chelsea Erickson, Community & Family Resources in Webster City, IA
Beth Jordan
15:33
Hello! Beth Jordan, Kentucky Dept. for Behavioral Health, Developmental & Intellectual Disabilities
Angela Mendell
15:40
Angela Mendell Bladen County Schools Elizabethtown, NC
Cori Wilson
15:52
Hi everyone, Cori Wilson, Public Health, AZ and have a 14 year old daughter. I need to stay a few steps ahead of her.
Kaitlyn Kras
16:07
Kaitlyn Kras, Mid-Hudson Prevention Resource Center, Hudson Valley NY
marie shultis
16:27
Marie Shultis AWARENESS Inc Adolescents Peer to Peer Behavioral Health NY
Kaitlin Comet
16:46
Hello everyone! Kaitlin Comet, AmeriCorps Prevention Corps member serving The Hub. Bridgeport, CT
David Mellendorf
16:58
David Mellendorf Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems. Cao, Michigan
Courtney Towne
17:05
Courtney Towne
Anne Bicego
17:05
Anne Bicego, Macomb County Community Mental Health, Mount Clemens, MI
Shannon McKeever
17:16
Shannon McKeever, St. Clair County Community Mental Health Port Huron, MI
Erin Williams
17:36
Hello to all the Michigan people!! I'm originally from Lake Orion. Stay warm!!
Courtney Towne
17:54
Courtney Towne Implementation Support Triple P Positive Parenting Program
Shannon McKeever
18:06
We are trying Erin :)
Erin Williams
18:18
:)
Terry West
19:41
OK!
Judith Akoh-Arrey
19:48
Hello, Judith Akoh-Arrey, Family Nurse Practitioner with the Hope Center, Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.
Michelle Wells
20:04
Hi, Michelle Wells from San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc. (Los Angeles)
Rachel Shaheen - National Council for Behavioral Health
20:34
We will be sharing the slides and recording of this webinar by email tomorrow afternoon!
Phillip Whitely
20:51
A drug is a Drug is A Drug..
Kelly Collins-Colosi
21:39
Hi All, Dr. Kelly Collins-Colosi, Norwich City School District - New York State
Monika Audette
22:54
Hello from Barron County Restorative Justice in Wisconsin
Chantell Frazier
25:00
Good afternoon all! Chantell Frazier from Altarum’s Center for Behavioral Health here. Happy to connect and discuss work in the mental health and substance use spaces especially in Michigan and the DC/VA/MD area. Chantell.frazier@altarum.org
Rachel Shaheen - National Council for Behavioral Health
36:11
Yes, we will be sharing the slides and recording by tomorrow afternoon by email.
Phillip Whitely
37:15
injection to avoid breathalyzers very very dangerous
Burchard Blackburn
38:27
BJ at https://www.sitelead.net/ Located in the Savannah, GA greater area. I am an advocate for mental health providers and addiction professionals. Helping raise awareness in our communitity and helping healthcare professionals better serve patients and clients by removing friction in patient care with technology including HIPAA compliance workspaces & other tools to improve workflows from evaluation, preauths, to treatment.
Rebecca Craft
38:55
Stephanie L. - if this training does not offer a Certificate of Completion, how do I document it for my Children’s Hours?
Tina Sardynski
42:21
As adults are "vaping", this actually endorses our youth as an acceptable method for nicotine
Phillip Whitely
42:22
I've had majority say it slows cancer
Barry Zaks
42:42
a majority of what? Scientists?
Phillip Whitely
42:49
Users
Donna Jensen
42:53
There can be benefits but overall it does the same thing that cigarettes do and worse
Barry Zaks
43:08
marijuana has a greater psychoactive effect
Barry Zaks
43:19
it kills MUCH less via lung cancer etc
Phillip Whitely
43:43
also has a very very high tar production than cigarettes
Barry Zaks
43:48
but (probably) interrupts an adolescent emotional development worse than nicotine!
Barry Zaks
44:26
so "dangerous" can be interpreted differently
Barry Zaks
44:48
and the argument about which is MORE or LESS dangerous doesn't address that it is itself dangerous
Phillip Whitely
44:55
"so "dangerous" can be interpreted differently"that is a fair statement
Barry Zaks
44:57
who cares about MORE or LESS?
Hugo Meza
45:19
thank you for your input Barry...
Gretchen Neal
45:30
Anyone interested in harm reduction cares about more vs less...
Barry Zaks
45:41
arsenic is, in society, much less dangerous than pot
Barry Zaks
45:46
so what? It's dangerous!
Brenda Ayala
48:06
which active ingredient in marijuana?? and can you briefly describe the difference between medical and regular (recreational) marijuana?? color, texture, taste?
Briana Brito
48:47
THC and I believe the only difference is just what its being used for
Barry Zaks
49:01
I thought we were going to learn about the effects of COVID on youthful substance misuse. Will that be the last 5 minutes of this "Drugs 101" presentation?
Ilar Edun
50:15
LOL @ BarryNice!
Amy Jackson
50:28
No, not nice.
Barry Zaks
50:47
I agree its not nice. But I suggest it is FAIR
Stephanie Lange
51:23
Rebecca - email me and I can send you the form
Brenda Ayala
51:49
Gracias Tom! you have answered most of my questions..
Ilar Edun
51:54
I am using "nice" colloquially... maybe learn the difference of language lol
Rebecca Craft
51:55
Oops Stephanie I already e-mailed you!
Brianna Biberston
52:34
This chat is very distracting. You have the option to message the panelists only. Please be respectful to the rest of us who are trying to pay attention and learn the information. Message directly. THANKS
Barry Zaks
53:40
It's 1:45, COVID has yet to be mentioned regarding substance trends
Noura Kader
54:12
Then leave.
Barry Zaks
54:24
I will at 2pm
Barry Zaks
54:52
THANK YOU!!!!
Barry Zaks
55:00
Its good to speak up, folks!
Burchard Blackburn
55:07
What are the biggest challenges for mental health professionals and those needing treatment during COVID? Are there more patients than providers? Is it a lack of insurance?
Barry Zaks
55:11
Sorry if contrarian talk upsets you!
Linda Moten-Elliott
57:15
Linda Moten-Elliott from Michigan this great for my position in the emergency room! Thank you for this and I will share it with my colleagues and doctors that I work with.
Erin Williams
59:09
As a preventionist and a Chemical Dependency minor student, this information has been extremely helpful!! Thank you for taking the time to put all this information together. I am looking forward to getting the slides!
Ken Winters
59:28
The Maier et study: keep in mind that the group that lost average 8 IQ points was the subgroup of users that were adolescent onset users (pre age 18) and chronic users throughout adulthood.
Suzanne Walls
01:02:00
Hello Everyone! Suzanne Walls, MS, CRC; Mental Health Specialist on the Child Outpatient Team at Linn County Health Services in Oregon. Effects from this pandemic will be seen in the next few months to years!
June Ruda
01:03:02
Thank you for the helpful information that some provided. I appreciate it greatly
Marilyn Lim
01:03:27
I totally agree with Suzanne Walls ... from Marilyn G. Lim
Frank Valley
01:03:44
We are already experiencing in our Detox and Adolescent/Residential Treatment Facilities. MH and SUD
Thalia Ghiglia
01:04:28
If anyone is looking for excellent free drug education materials check out www.drugfreeworld.org
Erin Williams
01:04:51
I get a lot of my information from that site, great resource!!
Donna Jensen
01:04:55
I love those materials. I use them in my Alcohol Drug Information Classes.
Cori Wilson
01:05:15
Thank you Thalia
Thalia Ghiglia
01:05:28
Awesome!! You're welcome!
Suzanne Walls
01:05:53
I am definitely seeing effects in my clients with a lack of social time and an increase in stress
Isaac Derline
01:05:55
Oooo great resource to share, thank you so much!
Amy Jackson
01:05:58
Education is key. Thank you for this excellent educational webinar.
Roxana Gulston
01:06:02
Is there a certificate of attendance offered?
Wendy Epling
01:06:21
Thank you for this information. I am a school nurse and plan to share these slides and information from others in the chat with fellow school nurses in my district.
Kathleen Livick
01:06:23
This was soooo wonderful, thank you!!!!!
Jennifer Ocasio
01:06:24
i would love a continuation!
Chelsea Erickson
01:06:28
Yes, great information!
Monique Wright
01:06:28
Thank you so much for the information.
Madeline Brown
01:06:29
Are we getting the slides? Would be so helpful for me
Diana Johnson
01:06:30
Thanks you so much for all of the information!
Christina Holt
01:06:30
Thank you so much!!!!!!!
Erin Williams
01:06:32
That would be amazing!!! Tom you have been fantastic!!
Gillian Knight
01:06:36
YES!! Bring Back TOM!!!!
Kaitlyn Kras
01:06:36
Thank you so much!!
Emily Swanborg
01:06:37
Thank you Tom!
Jill Riley
01:06:43
thank you
Ana Verdin-Hernandez
01:06:45
Yes, part 2 of this would be great...so informative and very useful information!
Bradley Spoon
01:06:45
Thank so much! I thought it was two hours, but this was great!
Chelsea Erickson
01:06:47
Thank you, Tom! Really great information. Would love to hear more!
Katrina Ray
01:06:47
Thanks!!!!
Donna Jensen
01:06:47
Thank you for all this great information!!
Vivian Mayo
01:06:47
Thank you so much for the information. It's very helpful.
Kathleen Livick
01:06:49
Yes, please come back!
Linda DeMasi
01:06:49
Thank you from Long Island and New York City!
Valarie Gonzales
01:06:50
Thank you so! Great information!
Cheryl Portorsnok
01:06:51
Thank you!
Suzanne Walls
01:06:51
A second time would be awesome! Tom you are a great presenter!!!
Roxana Gulston
01:06:52
Thank you!
Maria Leon Rodriguez
01:06:53
Thank you!
Frank Valley
01:06:53
Thursday, Jan 28, 12:30 Central timeHosted by the Alamo Drug Awareness & Prevention Team 1-hour CEU AvailableUpdates on Marijuana from the Colorado Enforcement DivisionDeputy Director Dominique Mendiola, Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division, Jim Burack, Director, Marijuana Enforcement Division and Executive Director Tony Garcia, SWT HIDTA discuss Marijuana –Updates and ChallengesRegistration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_c_hFwJW6R7uA1RU-wmQ1lgMaybe you can catch last 30 minutes on MJ update
Ashley Smith
01:06:54
Thank you so much! I would love a part 2!
Thalia Ghiglia
01:06:56
Thank you for all of this data - great presentation!
Terry West
01:06:56
THANKS TOM!!
Linda Moten-Elliott
01:06:56
Thank you!!! Linda Moten-Elliott
Desiree Hanna
01:06:58
Thank you!!Helpful information!!
Luis Puertas
01:06:58
Thank you from Denver, CO
Natasha Subadya
01:07:00
thank you so much!
Shannon McKeever
01:07:02
Thank you
Monique Rojas
01:07:03
Thank you Tom! I would love to attend another webinar on this subject.
Lindsay Stump
01:07:03
Thank you so much! So informative and helpful presentation and resources in comments too.
Jacky LeHoullier
01:07:03
Thank you!
Jennifer Reklaitis
01:07:08
Thank you for providing such great information! This was very helpful and interesting! Hoping we can continue with a part 2!!
June Jenkins
01:07:08
I would love to attend a part 2. Very informative!
Stephanie Kedersha
01:07:10
Very helpful info!
Brianna Biberston
01:07:11
Will slides be sent out to participants?
Ken Winters
01:07:11
Thanks, Tom!!
Anita Rice
01:07:14
Thank you! Interested to know more about various strategies surrounding COVID-19!
Madeline Brown
01:07:17
Thank you, from Idaho!
Briana Brito
01:07:18
Thank you very much!!
Connie Mercik
01:07:28
Thank you soo much. This was helpful.
Stephen Fano
01:07:34
Thanks for the information!
olivia donini
01:07:36
thank you so much!
Linda DeMasi
01:07:38
Great! Would love a Part 2!
marjorie reap
01:07:39
Thank you.
Frank Valley
01:07:42
Starlite is now in network for detox and residential treatment with some Medicaid plans such as Molina, UBH, UHC, Magellan, BCBS Magellan, Community First, and Ambetter. Superior for adolescents (case by case) We can request approval from other Medicaid Providers such as Christus Health to admit with a single case agreement. We accept into our Detox and residential facilities Adolescent females 13-17- (45-60) days, and Adults M-F 18+ (30-45) days. We offer telehealth or in person outpatient treatment and are in network with 49 insurances including Tricare and Triwest (case by case) for military. We accept and treat co-occurring disorders with a primary Substance Abuse diagnosis. They can have a secondary Behavioral or Psychiatric diagnosis. Transportation is available. For info or help with a referral please call: Admissions 24/7 (800)-292-0148. or contact Frank Valley (361)-533-9021 or frank.valley@starliterecovery.com Please visit www.starliterecovery.com for additional information.
Brianna Biberston
01:07:44
Thank you so much for your expertise, Tom!
Samantha Ashby
01:07:45
Thank you very much. Very informative!
Katherine McDaniel
01:07:47
Thank you!
marie shultis
01:07:50
Thank you!
June Ruda
01:08:04
when will be able to get recording?
Dawn Goldstein
01:08:06
Thank you! Very informative!
janai celkos-gibbs
01:08:11
Thank you!
Patrick Willwerth
01:08:14
Thanks
Glenda Dayao
01:08:14
Thanks so much for your knowledge. Very informative
Phillip Whitely
01:08:17
a lot of those Parents, Guardians, will negate or avoid those conversations all together out of fear of legal troubles..
Phillip Whitely
01:08:24
Thank you for your time..
Vivian Mayo
01:08:24
Thank you Tom Freese and Rachel Shaheen
Heather Bello
01:08:24
Thank you
Bria Barber
01:08:25
thank you
Alaina Cinquemani
01:08:25
thank you again
Amy McMillan
01:08:25
Thanks.
Brenda Ayala
01:08:27
Gracias!! very resourful webinar!!!!!
Monique Rojas
01:08:29
Thank you everyone! Have a beautiful day!
Monika Audette
01:08:30
Thanks!
Jodie LaVare
01:08:31
Thank you
Christina Shaner
01:08:31
thank you
Frank Valley
01:08:32
Thanks!!
Daniella Davis
01:08:33
Thank you so much! hope to continue