Find out about new PS@EDC resources, presentations and projects.
|Massachusetts Teams Continue to Provide Post-Overdose Support in Time of COVID||
Flexibility and innovation help the state’s nine funded post-overdose support overcome the challenges of the current pandemic.
|May 2020 Newsletter||
Read the latest news from Prevention Solutions @ EDC.
|TA on Demand: PS@EDC Partners with Braintree’s Community Partnership on Substance Use to Strengthen Prevention Efforts||
Coalitions often turn to the prevention experts for one-time presentations. But in Braintree, PS@EDC has been partnering with coalition leadership to support work in multiple areas, providing a strong foundation for long-term success.
|Statewide Webinar Addresses Mental Health Needs of Students and Staff during COVID-19||
In early April, more than 800 educators, mental health providers, school support staff, and district leaders from across Massachusetts attended an EDC webinar on strategies to better support the mental health needs of students and staff during these uncertain times. The event was delivered in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Transforming Education, and Walker.
|PS@EDC Community of Practice Helps OASAS Staff Go Virtual||
Find out how Prevention Solutions@EDC is working with New York State’s substance misuse prevention system to build the online facilitation skills of its providers.
|Resources for the COVID-19 Crisis: Focus on Substance Misuse||
Explore resources developed by federal and local agencies to support substance misuse prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and recovery efforts during and beyond the COVID crisis.
|Aligning Prevention Planning with the Realities of a COVID-19 World||
Read our latest Professional Development at a Safe Distance announcement about prevention planning in a COVID-10 world.
|Parenting an Older Teen in a COVID-19 World||
PS@EDC’s Melanie Adler explores some of the challenges of parenting older teens during the COVID-19 epidemic, and strategies for staying safe and sane.