ATTC Network's Third Thursday iTrainings

The purpose of this presentation is for participants to become more aware of the multiple and complex problems associated with street gangs. The focus is on the cultural nuances related to Hispanic/Latino street gangs, as well as, providing help in the development of effective prevention and intervention programs that are culturally relevant and meet the needs of this rapidly growing population. The training takes a multidisciplinary perspective including sociology, psychology, social work, social psychiatry, criminology, and public health and is delivered in a style and language that is accessible to community practitioners, policy makers, and general public.
Presented by Victor Flores, MC, LAC
Adjunct Faculty
College of Public Programs
Arizona State University

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ATTC Network's Third Thursday iTrainings

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Join us the Third Thursday of each month to learn about various topics effecting the field of addictions treatment and recovery services! Each month, a different Regional Center will present information and resources on topics ranging from healthcare


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Join us the Third Thursday of each month to learn about various topics effecting the field of addictions treatment and recovery services! Each month, a different Regional Center will present information and resources on topics ranging from healthcare reform to implementing specific evidence-based practices.
The recorded iTrainings will be available on the channel the week after they take place.

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