Behavioral Health Among College Students
Alcohol, illicit drug, and tobacco use is more common among young adults than in any other age group. This CE course aims to increase awareness of the wide range of issues faced by young adults enrolled in colleges due to underage and excessive alcohol use, use of tobacco products, illicit drug use (including the increasing prevalence of the use of prescription and over-the-counter medications for nonmedical purposes), and mental health issues.
Supporting Service Providers in Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Updated)
The consequences of child abuse and neglect ripple across the lifespan, negatively impacting a child’s chances to succeed in school, work, and relationships. This CE course aims to support community-based child abuse prevention professionals who work to prevent child maltreatment and promote well-being. Sample scenarios are used to illustrate how multiple protective factors supports and strengthen families who are experiencing stress.
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Due to the age of the material, the following courses will be removed from the Quantum library on 3/01/2019. After this date you will be unable to take these courses for CE Credit.
Use our discount code of CEUs4You and receive 10% off our discontinuing courses.
1. Viral Hepatitis in People with Substance Use Disorders
2. Medicaid Coverage of Medications to Treat Alcohol and Opioid Use Disorders
3. Diabetes Care for Clients in Behavioral Health Treatment
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Common Comorbidities with Substance Use Disorders
Many individuals who develop substance use disorders (SUD) are also diagnosed with mental disorders, and vice versa. This CEU course provides information on the state of the science in the comorbidity of substance use disorders with mental illness and physical health conditions.
Military and LGBTQ Adoptions and Foster Care
The adoption process can be challenging at times for any prospective adoptive family, but military and LGBTQ families may face special circumstance not experienced by other families. This CEU course is designed to help expand cultural competence and skills when working with military and LGBTQ persons and examines laws and policies, benefits, potential challenges, and available resources.
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Substance Abuse Confidentiality Regulations
This CEU course is intended to ensure that a patient receiving treatment for a substance use disorder (SUD) in a Part 2 program, Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Records, does not face adverse consequences in relation to issues such as criminal proceedings and domestic proceedings such as those related to child custody, divorce, or employment. Part 2 protects the confidentiality of SUD patient records by restricting the circumstances under which Part 2 Programs or other lawful holders can disclose such records.
After a Suicide: A Toolkit for Schools
The suicide of a student can leave a school faced with grieving students, distressed parents and school staff, media attention, and a community struggling to understand what happened and why. This CE course provides guidance and tools for activities that help people cope with the emotional distress resulting from a suicide and prevent additional trauma that could lead to further suicidal behavior and deaths.
Tobacco, Nicotine, and E-Cigarettes
As tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of mortality in the United States, differential rates of smoking and use of other tobacco products is a significant contributor to health disparities among some of the most vulnerable people in our society. This CEU course examines the demographics of those who use nicotine products, why nicotine is more addictive and quitting is harder for some people and less so for others, and the treatments available for tobacco dependence.
Human Trafficking for Child Welfare Agencies and Caseworkers
Due to their potentially unstable living situations, physical distance from friends and family, traumatic experiences, and emotional vulnerability, children involved with child welfare are at risk for being targeted by traffickers who are actively seeking children to exploit. This CEU course explores how child welfare agencies and caseworkers can identify and support children who have been victimized as well as children that are at greater risk for future victimization. Strategies that agencies can implement to address the trafficking of children, tools and resources to assist caseworkers, along with State and local policy and program examples are also provided.