School Community Intervention & Prevention (SCIP, www.scipnebraska.com) is excited to announce that “The Signs and Symptoms of Gambling Use Disorder”, presented by Jeremy Eberle and Janet Johnson, will be held June 16 at Lincoln Medical Education Partnership, 4600 Valley Road. This four-hour continuing education training will begin at 8:30 a.m., and as a result of the training, participants will be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of Gambling Use Disorder (GUD), review different assessments that can be used to detect GUD and discuss intervention strategies that can be used to treat GUD. Four Continuing Education Contact hours are provided and the training is intended for LADC’s, licensed mental health practitioners, as well as school professionals who assist in connecting students to behavioral health supports. To register, go to scipnebraska.com or call Duncan Tucker at (402) 327-6843.
SCIP is a program designed to bring together families, school and the community to support student behavioral and emotional health. SCIP’s mission is to provide an effective prevention and early intervention process for youth with behavioral health concerns so they may achieve healthy, productive lives. SCIP works with schools throughout Nebraska by providing tools and resources to address behavioral health issues that impact children, adolescents and their families.
School Community Intervention & Prevention is supported in part by a grant under the SAMHSA Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and the Nebraska Division of Behavioral Health, and monies passed through by Regions 4, 5 and 6 to prevention providers. For more information, go to www.scipnebraska.com or contact Duncan Tucker at (402) 327-6843.