The Alberta Recovery Conference
Focusing on the #AlbertaModel, recovery-oriented systems that build recovery capital, a province-wide systems change.
Last April the conference sold out with over 1,000 people attending and 35 exhibitors. We expect this educational event to sell out again.
If you work in Healthcare, Occupational Health, or are part of an Indigenous Health Team, this is a must-attend event.
The conference sessions will focus on Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC):
- ROSC and Indigenous Health Teams
- ROSC in Occupational Health
- ROSC with Youth and Young Adults
- ROSC in the Doctor’s Office
- ROSC service provider and client experience
- ROSC as a “systems change” in Government
Register today and earn CEUS, network with your community and be part of this innovative conference.
A $600 CACCF Value
Details on Recovery Capital Associate or Recovery Capital Professional credentials can be found here https://www.caccf.ca/recovery-capital/
- EARN CEUS
- Addiction Recovery Expert Speakers
- Panels of People with Lived and Living Experience
- Keynote Speakers
- Occupational Health Speakers
- Network with your community
- Attendees will receive one-year free membership to the CACCF (New Members Only) and a complimentary Recovery Capital Associated Certificate to all members, a $600 value
What is the #AlbertaModel
The Alberta Model is a coordinated network of services and supports that builds on the strengths and resilience of individuals, families, and communities. The goal of the Alberta Model is for people to achieve a life free of illicit drugs and improved health, well-being, and quality of life for those with or at risk of addiction or mental health issues.
About the Recovery Capital Summit
The Recovery Capital Summit aims to transform provincial policies, services, and systems toward a recovery-oriented paradigm responsive to the needs of people nationwide and within our own communities.
In years prior, recovery-oriented events and conferences facilitated innovative knowledge exchanges, data sharing, and enhance service coordination. These efforts have articulated guiding principles and measures of recovery that can be used across programs and services to promote improvements in systems of care.
The progress of the thousands of service users, family members, providers, researchers, and policymakers has generated the foundational knowledge for this 2-day Alberta Recovery Conference.
Who Should Register for Canada’s National Recovery Capital Summit?
Physicians, Occupational Health Leaders, Human Resources Managers, Health Care Policy Makers, Therapists, Psychiatrists, Pharmacists, Psychologists, Interventionists, Residential Treatment Centre Management and Clinical Teams, Students, Union Leaders, Community Leaders, Disability Management Coordinators, Professional Regulatory Bodies, Insurance Carriers, Labour Relations Specialists, Employee Assistance Program providers, Labour Lawyers, Safety Committee Members, Union Representatives, Nurses, RNs, Social Workers, people with lived and living experience and families.
What People are saying about past Recovery Captial Conferences
“This is an exciting area of Addiction Medicine”
“The venue was perfect because even though we were indoors all day you didn’t feel like you hadn’t seen the outside”
“The conference was amazing and the only feedback I have is for the people who didn’t come and didn’t come on purpose. We all need to open our minds and collaborate on fighting addiction and mental health. Only then came true progress be made”
“Amazing networking that was happening, conversations so passionate and important they could not be at the session on time! I also loved that although the event was sponsored by private industry the speakers did not hold back their perspectives on the same. This was also profound. This conference was amazing and I think this focus on recovery capital is the sea change or paradigm shift our system needs”
What is Recovery Capital and the Recovery Capital Summit?
Recovery Capital is a focus on the development of social capital (healthy and stable relationships), material capital (finances and accommodation), human capital (mental and physical health, skills, and employment), and cultural capital (values, beliefs, and attitudes).
Let’s help build individuals, workplaces, and communities’ recovery capital so that together we can overcome addiction and mental health issues.
Click here to learn more about – What is Recovery Capital and the Summit?
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