A few of Advent Recovery’s available presentations
C.O.P.E. (Comprehensive Overdose Prevention Education)
The goal of this presentation is to educate willing families, facilities, and organizations various skills and information needed to assist victims of opiate (morphine, heroin, oxycontin, percocet, vicodin etc.) overdose in a way that could decrease the potential for death. Many who live with, work with, or socialize with drug addicts could benefit from this potentially life saving information. Watch Video
- What is an Opiate Overdose?
- Recognizing an Overdose
- Preventing an Overdose
- The Myths Surrounding Overdoses and Prevention
- Life Saving Options such as The Recovery Position and Rescue Breathing
- Questions and answers
The goal of this presentation is to educate willing families, facilities, and organizations about the various street and prescription drugs that are increasingly threatening our nation’s children. Knowing what drugs are available to children and how allows parents, teachers, guardians, pastors or anyone who works with children to have an advantage towards preventing the epidemic harm from drug abuse.
- What drugs are being abused
- How are they abusing them
- How are they hiding them
- What new drugs are available
- How are children obtaining them
- What can be done to prevent children from abusing drugs
- Questions and answers
Addiction Treatment Options
The goal of this presentation is to educate willing families, facilities, and organizations about the various options an addict or his or her loved ones has when considering effective treatment options for their particular addiction. Addiction is one of the hardest crises to deal with and knowing what can be done about it can be even harder. Know what the options are can be a great asset in the road to recovery.
- What current addiction treatments are available
- How could mental illness affect treatment
- What is inpatient and outpatient treatment
- What is a halfway house
- What is a Therapeutic Community
- What medications could help
- What treatments are available for the friends and family of addicts
- What is the difference between therapists, recovery coaches, social workers, “self help” groups, psychologists and psychiatrists
- Questions and Answers
The goal of this presentation is to educate willing families, facilities, and organizations about suicide and the common risks and prevention measures that are associated with the overwhelming epidemic. Over 750,000 suicides are attempted in America every year with 30,000 of them ending in completion. Knowing the truth about suicide and our options concerning it is our best chance of saving the many lives that we should never have to lose in the first place.
- Statistics and rates of Suicide among various ages, genders and cultures
- Non-fatal Self inflicted injuries
- Suicide-Related Behaviors among U.S. High School Students
- Risk Factors for Suicide
- Protective factors for suicide and self injury
- Common warning signs for suicidal behaviors
- Common terms used in suicide prevention
- Suicide prevention and the organizations that make it possible
- Distribution of free suicide prevention resources
The goal of this presentation is to educate willing families, facilities, and organizations about the risks of stress and the benefits of managing it. Stress is a common occurrence in everyone’s life but when it goes unmanaged it can lead to great risks concerning our relationships with others, our physical well being and our mental processes. Stress management is an effective way to avoid these risks and protect all that we love about ourselves and our relationships with others.
- Stress, problem solving and you
- Identify the effects of stress and signs of not coping well
- Identify personal coping style
- Identify whether stress is a risk factor for: absenteeism, accidents, mistakes
- Well-being and unhealthy habits: tobacco, alcohol, drug use
- Recognize healthy alternatives for dealing with stress
- Identifying and coping with stress
- Unhealthy alternatives and positive solutions for stress management
Teen Street Drug Presentation
The goal of this presentation is to educate willing teen organizations like schools, clubs, and organizations about the use and risks involved with the use of various drugs with a particular focus on smoking, drinking, marijuana, and prescription drugs. This presentations offers a unique look at drug use and prevention that teens could relate to. This presentation is made for teens and is not intended for mature audiences lol . No Parents Allowed! This presentation takes a very real look at the use and risks associated with commonly abused drugs among the teenage population.
- Why some think drug use is a good idea
- What common drugs are abused
- The feelings and effects associated with various drugs
- The risks and negative symptoms associated with those same drugs
- Positive alternatives to drug use
- Where and how someone addicted to various drugs can get help
All Presentations are FREE to public and private facilities
$35 for independent families or groups. Message Us or Call Us at 1-(302)-299-8983 for more info.
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