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Prevention Ethics in Today's World

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Roane County Anti-Drug Coalition

151 E. Race St.

Kingston, TN 37763

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This Prevention Ethics course is designed to provide an overview and understanding of the Prevention Code of Ethics which is essential for the prevention specialist professional. This course meets the IC&RC and Tennessee Certification Board ethics requirements necessary for six [6] hours for the Certified Prevention Specialist credentialing process. The training will use case studies as a means to apply ethical principles and information in real-life situations that an experienced professional or someone new to the field may encounter. The following six standards of the Prevention Code of Ethics will be explored in detail: (1) Competence; (2) Non-Discrimination; (3) Ethical Obligation to Advocate; (4) Integrity; (5) Nature of Services; and (6) Confidentiality.

Objectives:
By the end of the training participants will be able to: Define ethics, morals, values, and principles; Explain the Prevention Code of Ethics; State the laws regarding child abuse and background checks; Apply an ethical decision-making model to situations in prevention work.

About the Presenter:
Camille L. Lashlee Program Manager, Prevention Services Department, Centerstone of TN Education: M. A. ~ Human Services Administration, Norwich University ~ 2000 B. S. ~ Psychology, Murray State University ~ 1993 Certification: CPSII Certified Prevention Specialist – Level 2 TN Certification Board / IC&RC Trained as Trainer with: SAMHSA / CSAP -Substance Abuse Prevention Services Trainer [SAPST] Resiliency, Inc. (Nan Henderson) The Search Institute Bully Free Program Crisis Prevention Institute

Training FAQ:

Q: Where can I park?
A: There is limited parking in front of the coalition offices as well as space behind it that can be used for parking. If that is full attendees can park across the street at the courthouse and walk over. There are signs on the street in front of the coalition building and on the side street that say “30 minute parking only” but they are not enforced. The only request is that people not park in the lot designated for Baggett’s Pharmacy (signs are posted asking people not to park there).

Q: How will I get my certificate?
A: Certificates will be emailed to those who attend following completion of the training

Q: How many Contact Hours will I get?
A: 6 contact hours

Q - Who has approved this training?
A - Tennessee Certification Board

Q: Is lunch provided?
A: No

Q: What should I bring?
A: Bring identification, a jacket and a lunch

Q: Are there handouts available?
A: Yes

Q: Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
A: It is helpful for check-in, but we can check you in without it.

Q: Is there a plan in the event of bad weather?
A: We do not have a make up day planned in the event of winter weather; however, if the need arises, we may cancel the training. While this is not expected, you will be notified with the contact information you provide during registration.

This project is funded under a Grant Contract with the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services​​.

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Roane County Anti-Drug Coalition

151 E. Race St.

Kingston, TN 37763

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