Social Media, Marijuana & Drug Use in Gen Z
Professional Development for MAO Team Members
Social Media, Marijuana, and Drug Use in Gen Z
MAO LUNCH & LEARN PROGRAM
presented by the Medical Advocacy and Outreach (MAO) Department of Education and Training
IN-PERSON/VIRTUAL HYBRID TRAINING
Thursday, June 29, 2022
12 PM – 1 PM CST
All participants will be required to complete a post-participation evaluation.
ALL registrations MUST be completed by noon on Friday, June 24th!
MAO Learning Center
2530 Fisk Road
Montgomery, Alabama 36111
IN-PERSON PARTICIPATION AT THE MAO LEARNING CENTER WILL BE LIMITED TO 30 PARTICIPANTS.
PARTICIPATION IS FREE
This presentation will:
- Discuss the impact of social media on Gen Z
- Provide an overview of the marijuana movement in Alabama
- Discuss commonly used street drugs in the Gen Z population
- List practices that parents, guardians and providers can use to address drug use in teenagers
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Kendra Homesley, MSW, ADC, ICRC, CRCT is currently a Territory Manager for Bradford Health Services. She is a Certified Addiction Counselor and a member of AADAA and NASW. Kendra has served on the Board for the Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association and currently serving as President of AADAA. She received her Master's Degree in Social Work at Jacksonville State University. She has been in recovery herself since 2009 from Alcohol and Drug Abuse. After working in the substance abuse field since 2012, Kendra has gained valuable experience navigating the substance abuse treatment field.
Should you have questions about this training and its content, email [email protected].
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Contact Hours/Credit Statement (s): NO Contact Hours are officially provided for participation in this program.
Conflict of interest: There is no conflict of interest for anyone in a position to control content for this activity.
Joint Providers: This activity is provided independently by MAO.
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