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The ASAM Criteria Unplugged and Other Tales from the Field, Episode 4: Amanda Luning

In this episode, we interview Amanda Luning, a clinical director for The Salvation Army Family Treatment Services in the state of Hawai‘i, on complex considerations in holistic substance use treatment programming for women, children and families. Amanda’s work centers on delivering culturally humble and trauma responsive care for pregnant and parenting women. Learn what it really means to be a trauma responsive program, discuss how historical and systemic trauma have impacted policies, procedures, and practices, and explore the question, “Social determinants of health and substance use… now we know, so what do we do?”