Join the Opioid Overdose Prevention Training Project team for an interactive training on Exploring Pathways of Recovery. When we recognize that recovery looks different for every person, we can better advise our clients. This interactive training will introduce the many different forms recovery can take from Medication for Addiction Treatment (MAT) to 12-step programs, to cognitive based therapies. In addition, participants will explore addressing stigma around recovery and how to best support our clients.
*Please note that this an interactive training – we will utilize several different features on Zoom for activities, including breakout rooms, annotation, and chat. Participants are highly encouraged to have their video on (if they have access to a camera) to engage in discussions and activities.*
**ASL interpreters and CART services available upon request. Please email [email protected] at least 2 weeks prior to the training to let us know of any accommodations you will need when registering.**
This unique event is a one-of-a-kind historic online experience. Are you ready to join our world-wide celebration and launch your own virtual firework? If so, join International Recovery Day, Inc. in the celebration of hope and help that is offered through different recovery paths by registering.
Registration is open to anyone & everyone supporting addiction recovery! This includes the general public, family and friends of those in recovery, as well as all persons in recovery from any and all addictions – to also include those who are recovering from the loss of their loved-one as well as those in recovery from a loved-one who is in active addiction or recovering from addiction.
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