Spokane, WA 99202

Month: July 2020

Eat Sleep Console CNE Training

MHC is developing a CNE course for education of clinicians and parents under care for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) to support the Eat Sleep Console model of Care. More news to come.

NAS and NOWS CNE and Skills

Responding to the need for improved care for infants experiencing Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, MHC will soon launch its CNE training for clinicians using the FNAST protocol. CNE credits available.

Introducing ALCO-zero

ALCO-zero is now in development. Working with the world’s preeminent researchers we have designed a program to monitor and measure your ability to maintain alcohol abstinence. The program is available for select Spokane residents meeting certain requirements.