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Report on a Pilot Project: Integrating Tobacco Treatment into an Opioid Treatment Program

01.23.19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Presented by: Debra Poulin, LCSW, CCS & Fred Wolff, LADC, NCTTP This webinar will describe the development, goals and outcomes of a 7-month pilot program, which was a collaboration between CTI and the MBH Biddeford Integrated Medication Assisted Treatment (IMAT) program for treating opioid use disorder. Program components which will be covered include: Assessment, Referrals to the Maine Tobacco HelpLine (MTHL), Tobacco Treatment planning and goal development, integrating tobacco treatment into existing groups, materials development, and billing. This webinar will…

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Webinar – The Center for Tobacco Independence Communication Strategies: An Overview and Review of New Websites

01.30.19 @ 12:00 pm

Presented by: Sarah Rines and Ally Carmichael Join the MaineHealth Center for Tobacco Independence (CTI) Communications Team for this webinar to learn more about the current CTI communications efforts, including campaigns and websites. During this presentation, staff will walk participants through the new CTIMaine.org website and explain the overall web presence, including social media and initiative websites. Participants will be able to ask questions and provide feedback about how CTI can use communication efforts related to reaching┬áthe goal of supporting…

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Webinar – Relapse Prevention Planning in Tobacco Treatment

01.31.19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Presented by:┬áJennifer Noel, LCSW, NCTTP Once a person has quit tobacco, how can they keep from relapsing? Research shows that of all those who make a quit attempt, 50% will have returned to smoking after one week, and approximately 95% will have relapsed after one year. Though these odds may seem daunting, relapses is a common and expected part of any chronic disease. However, it can be prevented. This webinar will explore the issue of relapse and present strategies one…

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