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Friday 19th November - Substance use, intoxication and withdrawal management workshop in Napier

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    Hawke's Bay

  • Venue:

    The Crown Hotel Napier - Vautier Room. Cnr Bridge Street & Hardinge Road, Ahuriri, Napier

  • Date and Time:

    19 November 2021: 9:00am - 4:00pm

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Te Pou is pleased to offer workers in health services evidence-based training to support you to:

  • understand the function of substance use and the impact of stigma on help seeking
  • recognise harmful and risky substance use
  • develop practical strategies to assess and manage behavioural disturbance due to intoxication and withdrawal
  • recognise and respond to withdrawal.

The workshops will also explore

  • how to engage with people who use substances
  • what is harm reduction
  • how to provide harm reduction advice for people who continue to use substances
  • how to refer to specialist addiction services
  • other community supports.

To meet Covid 19 social distancing requirements, we are holding three workshops (19th November, 26th November, and 10th December) limited to 15 attendees per workshop. If you have any queries please contact


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