This two-hour training provides an overview of the theory and evidence of Contingency Management (CM) within Native communities. We will review the essential ingredients of an effective CM intervention, cultural adaption of CM, and compliance issues. This training is ideal for those interested in the basics of CM and how to adapt CM for Indigenous communities.
Presenters: Michael G. McDonell, Ph.D. and Katherine Hirchak, Ph.D., M.H.P.A.
Sponsors: California Department of Health Care Services (CA DHCS), Opioid and Stimulant Implementation Support-Training and Technical Assistance (OASIS-TTA)-MAT Expansion Project, UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs (UCLA ISAP), Kauffman and Associates, Inc., Washington State University, PRISM Collaborative, and Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center (PSATTC)
This training is eligible for 2.0 Continuing Education (CE) credits/CME- MD, DO, NP, PA, RN, PSY, LMFT, LCSW, LEP, RADT I/II, CADC-CAS, CADC I/II, CADC-CS, LAADC, CATC and CAODC.
This Recovery Month live virtual training is part of the UCLA Opioid and Stimulant Implementation Support-Training and Technical Assistance (OASIS-TTA) Program.