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4 - Holiday (office closed)



18 - In-Service Training 



30 - Chili Cook Off 

In-Service:
September 18
Noon - 1 PM
Harvey County Courthouse


Cody Beaton, LMAC, LMSW, Director of the Prairie View Addictions treatment Programs will present information about their addiction services.

Child Welfare and Treatment Statistics

In the past three decades, the United States has experienced at least three major shifts in substances of abuse that have had dramatic effects on children and families. However, the increase of opioid misuse has been described by long-time child welfare professionals as having the worst effects on child welfare systems that they have seen. Studies indicate that there is substantial overlap between parents involved in the child welfare and substance use treatment systems. However, identifying these families is difficult, as neither child welfare or substance use treatment are required to capture the data elements necessary to identify families in both systems. The following graphs present current statistics on this issue.

See more at: ncsacw.samhsa.gov

Book of the month:
It Will Never Happen to me: Growing Up with Addiction As Youngsters, Adolescence, Adults
By Claudia Black
With her reassuring and informative approach, Claudia Black expertly identifies common issues faced by children who grew up in alcoholic families-shame, neglect, unreasonable role expectations, and physical abuse. Using narratives and profiles, she describes survival techniques characteristic of children raised in alcoholic families, including the unspoken laws of don't talk, don't trust, and don't feel. First explaining how such learned responses cause difficulties in adulthood, Black carefully guides readers in identifying self-defeating, destructive behaviors and finding a healthier, happier way to live.

CEU Opportunity: 
Recover out loud | Tara Conner | TEDxUniversityofNevada
Tara Conner
Recover Out Loud

Tara Conner, Miss USA 2006, shares her life-long struggle with addiction and what she has learned from 10 years of sobriety. Addicts are not bad people that need to get good, but sick people that need to get well. In this challenging and at times humorous talk, she calls for a different response to the addiction crisis.
 
Follow this link for the CEU credit report form: 
http://www.9thcasa.org/volunteer-resources.html

Upcoming Events:
Come out to support CASA and the United Way. Tickets for the chili cook off can be purchased from Midland Bank. 
The beginning of a masterpiece. An artist is going to transform these three old chairs into a work of art! Stay tuned for updates and attend the CHAIRishing CASA Kids event on October 21st to see all of the beautiful chairs. 


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