On February 17, 2022, the Prevention Program staff in the Behavioral Health and Treatment Services (BHTS) Unit presented. They provided Drug-Free Workplace information to approximately 25 local workplace owners and supervisors.
The collaboration of the presentation was between Ottumwa Regional Health Center, Sieda BHTS, and Gayla Harrison from the Harrison, Moreland, Webber & Simplot, P.C. law firm.
BHTS Prevention staff presented the signs and symptoms of substances seen on a five-panel drug screen. Gayla explained drug testing specifics. The training has become an annual training in Ottumwa for workplace owners and supervisors.
If interested in Drug-Free Workplace training or other Prevention and Substance Abuse Education, please call 641-683-6747 or visit: https://www.sieda.org/child-development/comprehensive-prevention/