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COVID-19’s impact on mental health and substance use: tools now in Spanish


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Washington — The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences’ Worker Training Program has published Spanish-language versions of its resources on COVID-19’s impact on mental health and substance use. 

Specifically, the tools focus on:

  • The prevention of occupational exposure to fentanyl and other opioids
  • The impact of the opioid crisis on workers, the workplace and the community
  • How these factors interacted with the COVID-19 pandemic

The resources include a PowerPoint presentation, a workplace solutions training tool and an activity worksheet.

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