Register for the Final Session in Our Prevention Workforce Development Series
Start off 2021 by building the skills you’ll need to effectively organize prevention efforts in local communities. The Southeast PTTC Prevention Workforce Development Series continues with “Community Organization for the Prevention Professional,” on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at 11:00 a.m. EST.

This is our final training session in the series before a Virtual Masterclass later in January. Register now to save your spot! 
Documentary on Cultural Humility:
People, Principles, and Practices
The concept of cultural humility is described by physicians Melanie Tervalon and Jann Murray-Garcia as the context under which we evaluate health disparities and institutional inequities.

The process of cultural humility has now taken root in the fields of public health, social work, and education. Not to be confused with “cultural competence,” cultural humility is based on the principles of self-reflection, a commitment to changing power imbalances, and the idea of developing institutional accountability.

In her half-hour, four-part documentary, “Cultural Humility: People, Principles and Practices,” San Francisco State Professor Vivian Chávez interviews Tervalon and Murray-Garcia to examine the stories of people working to develop multicultural community partnerships. The documentary is recommended for anyone versed in the fields of public health, social work, medicine, psychology, prevention, and education.
Watch All of Our 2020 Webinars!
Even during the most trying circumstances, we continued our webinar series throughout 2020! We discussed and analyzed the modern alcohol policy environment, health equity, community engagement strategies, and more.

While we have more webinars in the pipeline for 2021, visit our website to catch up on any you might have missed this year!
Happenings in the Southeast
New Inductee to 2021 National Hispanic Latino Executive Leadership and Fellowship Program
All of us at Southeast PTTC would like to extend our congratulations to Sandra Torres for her induction into the 2021 National Hispanic Latino Executive Leadership and Fellowship Program! Torres is the Latino Engagement and Relations Coordinator for the Cabarrus Health Alliance, the health department of Cabarrus County in North Carolina.

Part of Torres' role with the Cabarrus Health Alliance is forging meaningful relationships with the Latinx community to better serve their needs. We are proud to recognize and celebrate her inclusion in the 2021 National Hispanic Latino Executive Leadership and Fellowship Program.
The New Voice of SUD Podcast Examines Health Equity and Health Disparities
The Southeast ATTC recently featured Nicole Augustine, who has worked in the prevention field since 2001, on an episode of their podcast series!

Nicole discussed innovative strategies for connecting substance use prevention to treatment and recovery efforts through the lens of health equity. This podcast series is a valuable resource for prevention professionals, so subscribe to stay up to date on future episodes!
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