The Cary Leeds National Training and Information Center
The Cary Leeds National Training and Information Center is home to a vast collection of national and international publications and information on drug and alcohol related issues. The center assists all those involved in combating the war on drugs and alcohol with the development and implementation of projects in the field, while serving as the primary location in Israel for training professionals in the field of drugs and alcohol.
The center provides professionals and others involved in the various aspects of the war on drugs and alcohol abuse, a unique place offering:
- Training, assistance preparing learning material, including computer assisted programs, workshops, seminars and private instruction.
- Assistance for developing new prevention programs and kits.
- A knowledge center and assistance in the implementation of programs all across Israel, based on the unique requirements at each locality.
- International seminars and workshops, in depth education in the subject of drugs and alcohol for the general population.
Key activities include:
Assistance in the creation and implementation of prevention programs, in line with IADA's stance and policies.
Consultancy for professional staff, local coordinators and prevention coordinators in the preparation and execution of training and seminars adapted to their unique needs.
Organization and execution of unique training courses including team development, organizational development and management skills in collaboration with professionals entities from Israel and abroad.
Building a complete training and instructional structure geared uniquely for the IDF, including a complete prevention kit, in collaboration with army officers.
Collection and preparation of information material to be dispersed in the community and other places.
Pinpointing new lectures and training them to assist in leading community projects.
The hotline offers professional counseling 24 hours a day, in Hebrew and Russian. Contact is also possible via email. All hotline staff undergo specific training in the Cary Leeds National Training and Information Center prior to begining work. Hotline staff also participate in informational seminars on a regular basis.
All calls to the hotline are documented and reviewed, serving as important learning material for the professional staff involved. A follow-up of all calls is conducted to ensure proper treatment of each case.
1-700-500-508 (Hebrew) 1-700-500-066 (Russian) +972-2-5675920 (International) firstname.lastname@example.org