Stimulant Use Disorder: Harm Reduction Strategies and Evidence-based Interventions
June 3, 2021, 2 to 3 p.m. EDT- People who use stimulants may experience a range of negative health outcomes, including cardiovascular events, increased risk of acquiring or spreading HIV and Hepatitis C, dental problems, violent behavior, psychotic symptoms, and overdose. Fortunately, an impressive array of evidence-based treatments and harm reduction strategies are available to help individuals address stimulant use and addiction.
During this webinar, HMA behavioral health experts will outline proven interventions, including motivational interviewing, cognitive behavior therapy, contingency management, and community reinforcement therapy. Speakers will also discuss recent HIV outbreak clusters and harm reduction efforts.