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Understanding Recovery, Confronting Stigma, and EMPOWERING CHANGE

August 5th, 12-2pm UK - FREE

Join a movement of individuals, families, communities, organizations, and businesses who are committed to supporting those struggling with substance misuse and mental and behavioral health disorders. Whether you're already an ally looking to enhance your outreach efforts or new to allyship and eager to learn, this training is for you.

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Empower Yourself and Your Community to Make a Difference

What to expect from this FREE training:

Explore the various stages of the recovery journey and the obstacles individuals may encounter.

Gain insights into identifying and addressing the stigma often associated with addiction and the recovery process.

Learn how to use language effectively to advocate for recovery and avoid reinforcing harmful stereotypes.

Develop a deeper understanding of addiction as a complex disease, fostering empathy and informed support.

Challenge common misconceptions and stigma surrounding addiction and recovery with compassion and knowledge.

Cultivate empathetic communication skills and active listening techniques to better support individuals on their recovery journey.

Explore diverse pathways to wellness in recovery, empowering individuals to find what works best for them.

Discover a range of available resources and support networks to aid individuals and communities in their recovery efforts.

Why consider becoming a Recovery Ally?

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Addiction recovery support promotes healthier lifestyles and overall well-being, advocating for access to quality treatment and resources.

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Openly supporting addiction recovery efforts helps reduce stigma, creating a more compassionate environment where individuals feel safe to seek help.

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Addiction recovery support can lead to economic benefits by reducing healthcare costs, increasing workforce productivity, and lowering crime rates.

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Allies contribute to broader social change by advocating for policies and initiatives that support addiction recovery and promote equity and justice for all individuals.

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Addiction recovery support promotes healthier lifestyles and overall well-being, advocating for access to quality treatment and resources.

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Allies advocate for equitable access to treatment, address systemic barriers, and promote social justice within the recovery community.

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By standing alongside individuals in recovery, allies inspire hope and demonstrate that recovery is possible, even in the face of adversity.

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Supporting recovery efforts contributes to addressing the root causes of addiction and promoting healthier, safer communities.

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Becoming an ally enables individuals to actively contribute to positive change in their communities by supporting those in recovery.

Anyone can be a Recovery Ally.

Becoming an ally enables individuals to actively contribute to positive change in their communities by supporting those in recovery

Becoming an ally for recovery is a compassionate and proactive way to contribute to positive social change, promote health and well-being, and create a more inclusive and supportive society for everyone.

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