BUILDING RECOVERY COMMUNITIES WORKSHOP
Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC ) is a coordinated network of community-based services and supports that is person-centered and builds on the strengths and resilience of individuals, families, and communities to achieve abstinence and improved health, wellness, and quality of life for those with or at risk of alcohol and drug problems.
The following speakers will present as a biopsychosocial team, community, social, physical, spiritual, psychological, and health will be discussed.
You will be able to return to your environment and use what you learned at this workshop to better understand how to provide an inclusive environment for a recovery community.
September 9th 10:50 am to 3 pm
|Jason Howell BIO
Executive Director Recovery People
Recovery Oriented Systems of Care in Texas
Overview of peer and family Recovery Oriented Systems of Care in Texas, including Recovery housing, recovery community centers, recovery high schools, and collegiate recovery programs.
|Dr. Jackie Hillios
Rebuilding lives in recovery through fitness and friendships
Leveraging the transformative power of physical activity and social connection to build sober active communities where members are able to rebuild their lives and heal the wounds of their past.
Dr. Lawrence Peltz
The Mindful Path to Addiction Recovery
Overview of peer and family Recovery Oriented Systems of Care in Texas, including Recovery housing, recovery community centers, recovery high schools, and collegiate recovery programs
Executive Director, Moving Forward Family Services
Substance Use Prevention and Intervention with Ethno-cultural Communities
Pre-migration trauma, migration experience, marginalization, changes in family structure that occur upon migration, first, second or third generation identity, extended family and community influence.
|Jim MyklebustOrchard Recovery Center
The Value of AA and the 12 Steps
A powerful tool for contented recovery.
Addressing the challenges and barriers, and showcasing British Columbia’s vibrant 12-step recovery community.
Brandy Kane MSW RCSW
Indigenous Women and Recovery