WayPoint Training

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Spice (Synthetic Cannabinoid Receptor Agonists) use is increasing. These chemicals pose unique problems and are frequently used by people with a range of issues, and often known to mental health, drugs and alcohol, criminal justice and homelessness services. Staff from these services can often feel overwhelmed and unsure how to respond to spice users.

 

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  • Spice myths and facts
  • How all cannabinoids (synthetic and plant-based) work in the brain and body
  • How synthetic and phytocannabinoids differ
  • The physical and mental health risks and harm of Spice use
  • The law relating to cannabinoids
  • The key harm reduction messages for Spice
  • How to respond to Spice overdoses and other emergencies
  • How to support Spice users into treatment

  15/10/19
  1 day course
  Kala Sangam Arts Centre, Bradford, BD1 4TY
  Open course with individual places
  Lunch provided

If you are interested in a specific courses or creating a bespoke programme we can work with you to meet your needs. Our trainers are able to deliver training both at Waypoint as well as Please contactThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you have a number of people in your organisation who would benefit, it may be more cost effective to bring it to you.

Waypoint Training is a trading department of Airedale Voluntary Drug and Alcohol Agency (trading as Project 6), a registered charity (number 1173006) and a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales (number 3430925)

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