Event date: 5/7/2022 Export event
Mark Wills
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Substance Use Disorder Supervision Institute

NASW Michigan

Prerecorded and live virtual content available May 7-June 5

Amid the pandemic, mental health and substance use disorders have worsened, in some cases significantly, including the use of alcohol and recreational drugs during the workday. Of particular concern is the rising rate of opioid addiction and related deaths. Social workers have been on the frontlines of assisting and empowering individuals as they experience substance use, but there are not enough Social Work Certified Clinical Supervisors (CCSs) to meet the current behavioral health workforce demands. The 2022 Substance Use Supervision Institute aims to be one answer to that shortage.

The SUD Supervision Institute prepares social workers and counselors from various specializations and backgrounds to provide better clinical supervision and to better assess, diagnose and treat adults and adolescents suffering from co-occurring disorders. Participants will be prepared to sit for the certified clinical supervision exam, and upon passing it, they will receive their certified clinical supervision certification from the Michigan Certification Board for Addictions Professionals.

30 CEUs available

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