Regional Trainings on Utilizing the Tri-ethic Community Readiness Model ( TE-CRM)

November 13, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Sinclair Community College

Prevention Action Alliance is sponsoring the last of four regional Utilizing the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness trainings. At this training, participants will receive an in-depth introduction to the Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness (TE-CRM) and will provide opportunities to practice aspects of the TE-CRM. This training also will demonstrate how an understanding of community readiness can further the work of local communities, coalitions, and groups. The Tri-Ethnic Model of Community Readiness is a useful tool for coalitions and groups addressing multiple issues, including problem gambling, mental health, and the opiate epidemic. The one-day session runs from 9 am to 3 pm on Nov. 13th at Sinclair Community College, Mason; cost is $50, with lunch and continuing education provided. Communities that utilize the TE-CRM will be given the opportunity to take a more in-depth look at the tool in Spring, 2018. Cost is $50 and includes lunch and RCHs. Click here to register.


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