This page last modified on Thursday January 10, 2013
Our Prevention staff are able to do trainings for a wide variety of substance and gambling related needs. Some of our training opportunities in TIPS (seller server trainer), substance related supervisory training, and DOT required substance training. Please contact our staff for additional topics, training costs and availability.
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Community Rediness-The Community Readiness Model is an innovative method for assessing the level of readiness of a community to develop and implement prevention programming. It can be used as both a research tool to assess distribution of levels of readiness across a group of communities or as a tool to guide prevention efforts at the individual community level. Prairie Ridge staff are trained in the Colorado Tri-Ethnic Community Readiness Model.
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