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Provider Trainings

BPA Health offers regular training in SUD Providers, in various locations through-out the State of Idaho. Upcoming and recent workshops are listed below.

BPA Health is an approved provider of continuing education by the National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC), Provider # 167368. BPA Health is responsible for all aspects of the programs.

BPA Health has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6910. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. BPA Health is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

Any concerns about BPA Health training should be directed to the Complaints Department at BPA Health at 208-947-1290 or via fax to 208-344-7430. More information on our complaint policy and procedure can be found here.

IDOC SUD Provider LSI-R Overview Updated
This is a short overview of the Level of Service Inventory. It is an IDOC training. By following the registration link you will be directed to a handout, Prezi presentation, and short survey.

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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Webinar Updated March 25, 2019
Who qualifies under the Americans with Disabilities Act? Do you know how to provide effective treatment or recovery support services to these individuals? What are you required to do under the ADA? BPA Health will be offering a free 1 .5 hour webinar about the ADA and resources available to you and your clients.

Upon completion of the workshop participant will understand:
• The 5 titles of the ADA
• Who is protected by the ADA
• Architectural barrier removal, new construction and alterations
• Effective communication
• Best practice tips on inquiring if an individual needs an accommodation
• Differences and requirements for service and companion animals
• Community resources available to you and your clients

Dana Gover, MPA, ACTCP – Dana is an ADA Training and Technical Assistance Consultant for the Northwest ADA Center-Idaho. Dana provides information, guidance, training, onsite reviews and technical assistance on the Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA) and other civil rights laws providing rights to people with disabilities.

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Substance Abuse Training for Individuals with Co-occurring Disorders Updated April 3, 2019
This training will focus on assessment of COD as well as tips and techniques from SAMHSA, TIP 42 for providing effective services to persons with COD.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of the training participants will be able to:
 Understand COD assessment process
 Recognize the characteristics of mental health diagnoses frequently seen in clients with COD
 Utilize SAMHSA tips for working with these clients
 Facilitate effective groups for clients with COD
 Implement key techniques and program design for working with clients with COD
Past Trainings Updated August 29, 2018
To view our past trainings, please click below: