Training Tool Box for Addressing the Gender-Specific Service Needs of Women with Substance Use Disorders

SAMHSA’s Training Tool Box for Addressing the Gender-Specific Service Needs of Women with Substance Use Disorders serves as a launching board that trainers/presenters can use to develop informative, evidence-based trainings on serving women with substance use disorders (SUDs).

This Tool Box enables clinical supervisors, program directors, and advocates to customize workforce learning for providers, clinicians, and peers in diverse settings across the addiction continuum. It equips users with PowerPoint slides, talking points, activities, case studies, resources, and references to train staff and others on gender-responsive, trauma-informed approaches to SUD services and make a compelling case for effective interventions for women.

Population of focus: Women

Link to resource: Training Tool Box for Addressing the Gender-Specific Service Needs of Women with Substance Use Disorders

Date: 2017

Organization: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

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