DEA Albuquerque Office Partners with Bernalillo County to Host Free Training for Employers
Albuquerque, N.M. – As part of Operation Engage, DEA Albuquerque has partnered with Bernalillo County to host a free CADCA training for employers seeking to address problematic substance use and misuse in the workplace. The 90-minute training will discuss how problematic substance use impacts businesses and their employees, how to recognize important signs and symptoms of misuse, and why employers should address this issue. Participants will also learn how to begin the discussion with employees, as well as learn important recommendations in education, prevention, and recovery resources.
Company owners, CEO’s, and Human Resource directors are encouraged to register for the free 90-minute training taking place on July 11 by visiting ABQ.dea.gov under the Events section.
Operation Engage is the DEA’s initiative to bridge public health and public safety to address the drug epidemic through a comprehensive, community-level approach. The goal is to facilitate conversations and collaboration with local partners working in the prevention space.
What: DEA/BernCO/CADCA Workplace Training
When: Tuesday, July 11 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. MST
Who: Employers in the greater Albuquerque area
Where: Ken Sanchez Commissioner Chambers, 415 Silver Ave. SW
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