Posted on June 27th, 2023
Words Matter: July 12th
This webinar will explore how the words we use affect individuals in recovery. This session will focus on utilizing words to create greater inclusivity, applying strategies to destigmatize individuals with Substance Use Disorder and performing language audits within your organization. Research on common terminology will be discussed and commonly held beliefs and myths will be debunked. Participants will learn strategies to eliminate stigmatizing language through storytelling and conducting a stigma audit.
Motivational Interviewing: July 26th
Persuasion vs. Empowerment! This session will be an overview of the skills and techniques that give peers in recovery the tools and confidence to make their own healthy choices. Participants will gain an understanding of dynamic techniques such as reflective listening, using open-ended & meaningful questions, and the guiding principles of motivational Interviewing.
Compassion Fatigue: August 9th
As Recovery Support Service Providers, we are not immune to the effects of stress and secondary trauma. This exceptional session will provide an overview of the skills necessary to maintain your ability to respond to peers with empathy and compassion, create healthy boundaries, develop a concrete self-care plan & learn valuable warning signs of STS and Compassion Fatigue.
Recovery Community Organization Bootcamp: July 11th-13th
Fundamentals matter. RCO Bootcamp is a leadership development program for new and emerging Recovery Community Organization (RCO) directors, program managers, and board members. The Boot Camp covers all the basics to help establish policies and procedures to build the capacity of small non-profit organizations. Breakout sessions focus on governance, sustainability, ethics, strategic planning, and staff development.
Innovations in Recovery Leadership: August 8th-10th
Faces & Voices of Recovery envisions a world where the diverse voices of individuals and families affected by addiction are embraced and connected in communities, free from discrimination and injustice. Therefore, we need all leaders influencing policy, developing services, and delivering programming, to lean in and support one another as we continue to evolve. Together we will change the way addiction and recovery are understood and embraced while making sure every voice is represented. The Innovations in Recovery Leadership training offers attendees an exciting and highly dynamic exploratory process in which the foundational pillars of recovery leadership are unpacked.
Our 3-day training is for emergent and seasoned leaders working or volunteering in a setting that prioritizes recovery support services. Those connected to Recovery Community Organizations or Centers, Collegiate Recovery Communities, Recovery High Schools, government agencies supporting recovery services statewide, family support organizations, recovery house managers, or a variety of other settings utilizing recovery supports, are encouraged to reach out to our training team to discuss the advantages of this unique curriculum.