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When a survivor shares they are experiencing substance use coercion, the best response is to:
What are some phrases that can be used to validate a survivor’s experience and build on coping strategies they already use?
What is a trauma-informed response to a survivor who declines conversations or resources related to substance use?
Potential signs of intoxication (i.e. being under the influence of a substance) can also be signs of:
If a client appears to be potentially intoxicated, it is important to:
If a client appears to be potentially intoxicated, it is important NOT to:
Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is:
If a person shares experiencing substance use or substance use coercion, the next “brief intervention” phase of SBIRT could include:
If a person is interested in accessing additional resources, the next “referral to treatment” phase of SBIRT should include: