"Prevention, Treatment & Recovery" Opioid Crisis Workshop at Rivier University on April 13
On April 13, The Center for Behavioral Health and Workforce Development at Rivier University will host "Prevention, Treatment & Recovery: Rethinking our Response to the Opioid Crisis."
This free, daylong workshop will feature sessions and panel discussions led by the regional experts working to address the opioid epidemic in New Hampshire and throughout the country.
Workshop Details and Speaker Biographies
The Center for Behavioral Health Professions and Workforce Development at Rivier University responds to the increasing demand for professionals in fields of behavioral health and substance use disorder.
The Center serves as an educational hub on behavioral health issues for the current healthcare community and actively works to expand the workforce pipeline through Rivier’s extensive academic programming. Graduate and doctoral degrees in Counseling and School Psychology, Nursing, Public Health, and other healthcare professions, and an MBA in Healthcare Administration, lead to professional credentialing and licensure.
Seats for the workshop are limited.