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Trainings

CASAC offers year round training opportunities for those requiring CASAC, CPP, CPS, CASAC-G and CPP-G hours as well as those aspiring to learn more about chemical dependency, problem gambling, and related topics.

To register, complete the appropriate registration form below. Registration fees can be mailed to either CASAC location or paid online using a credit card on the secure PayPal website. (You do not need a PayPal account.) See our financial policy.

Photo: trainingFor further information, contact Kathleen Colby, Director of Training Services, at (716) 664-3608 or by email at kjcolby@casacweb.org.

Spring 2017 Training Schedule

Sessions begin promptly. Sign-in begins 15 minutes before each session. Pre-registration is required.

Information on this calendar was accurate at the time of publication. You can sign up online to receive training calendar updates. Any training in our catalog can be scheduled at your site.

Gambling: What Are the Chances It’s Affecting You?

Melanie Witkowski, MS, CPP
Thursday, March 23, 2017
9:30am–11:30pm

Salvation Army
83 South Main St., Jamestown

Registration Form
Deadline: March 16, 2017

No charge
2 hours, CPP/CPS/CPP-G/CASAC-G (Section 1), CASAC (Section 2), Renewal All, OASAS Approved

With so many gambling opportunities available in the areas surrounding Chautauqua County, it’s important to understand what problem gambling is. More

Youth Hiding Drugs? What Adults Need to Know

Laurie Reynolds, MS
Thursday, April 13, 2017
9:30am–11:30pm

Salvation Army
83 South Main St., Jamestown

Registration Form
Deadline: April 6, 2017

$25.00
2 hours, Section 1 CASAC/CPP/CPS, OASAS Approved

Some drugs are in plain sight. This is a presentation to show the drug paraphernalia that youth use to hide different drugs. More

Opioid Dependence & Pregnancy

Davina A. Moss-King, Ph.D., CRC, CASAC, NCC
Friday, April 21, 2017
9:00am–12:00pm

First Presbyterian Church
219 Central Ave., Fredonia

Registration Form
Deadline: April 13, 2017

$45.00
3 hours, Section 3 CASAC/CPP/CPS, OASAS & PCB Approved

Currently, there is a gap of information for opioid use involving women and pregnancy. More