This recorded webinar focuses on bringing racial equity strategies to recovery support services. The presenters discuss skills for having open and honest discussions about racial equity, the history of race and racism in the U.S. and in recovery spaces, and strategies for beginning to apply anti-racist practices.
This recorded webinar explores the unique role and value of peer support services in the crisis continuum and offers strategies for integrating peers and addressing challenges.
Mothers in recovery face unique challenges. The stigma and shame associated with a substance use disorder and/or co-occurring mental health diagnosis and being a mother can feel very overwhelming and often discourages those who need help from seeking assistance out of fear of judgement and child protective services involvement. The presenters are mothers in recovery traversing stigma, stress, and societal expectations while caring for their children.
One in five Americans knows someone who has experienced an opioid use disorder, and at least 25 percent have an immediate family member with a substance use disorder. This recorded webinar discusses multigenerational recovery. The presenters share their experiences and approaches, offer resources, and facilitate discussion.
Combining peer recovery support with other re-entry support services helps people transition from incarceration to the community. The presenters bring their lived experiences of achieving long-term recovery after incarceration and share experiences and approaches, offer resources, and facilitate discussion.