Materials provided during the webinar may be downloaded from the bottom of this webpage.
This FREE online webinar event was designed for anyone with a personal or professional connection to the recovery and prevention communities (including but not limited to; recovery coaches, peer support specialists, collegiate recovery, health educators and prevention specialists) interested in effective and evidenced-based prevention approaches that can be used in the recovery field and their scopes of practice. Creating a shared language, dialogue, and tools across both fields strengthens the collective efforts to work against stigma and provide support to those in need. The webinar reintroduced the updated ADCNC published Applying Prevention Strategies to Recovery Messaging Tool and a panel of recovery stakeholders discussing the importance of making connections between prevention and recovery.
- Establish a foundation of why connecting prevention and recovery efforts are important
- Discussing best practices related to prevention and recovery work that is active and successful in North Carolina
- Presenting to the audience the revised Applying Prevention Strategies to Recovery Messaging Tool
Members of the Recovery Community and other interested professionals and stakeholders.
The event is intended to serve the needs of a novice audience.
Kurtis Taylor, Executive Director of the Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina. To learn more about the ADCNC visit www.alcoholdrughelp.org.
Jamie Edwards, Director of the North Carolina Training and Technical Assistance Program
Stacey Stottler, Associate, North Carolina Training and Technical Assistance Center
Funding in whole or in part for this event was provided by N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services with funding from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.