The Recovery Bill of Rights
is a statement of the principle that all Americans have a right to recover from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Learn more…
Training: 2012 Recovery Advocacy Teleconference Series
This year Faces & Voices of Recovery will be hosting a series of recovery advocacy teleconferences to help you hone your skills. These one-hour interactive teleconferences will give you useful information and a chance to ask our experts questions. After you register, you will receive a toll-free number to call in and listen to the teleconference and a PowerPoint presentation before the teleconference.
All teleconferences are recorded so that if you miss one, you can listen online. We will also be posting additional background information and resources for each session online!
Click on the icon below to listen to our previous teleconference and to follow along with the PowerPoint presentation!
Topic: Peer Recovery Support Services: Initiating, Stabilizing and Sustaining Long-term Recovery
February 15, 2012, 3:00-4:00 pm Eastern
Join Faces & Voices of Recovery and NAADAC - The Association for Addiction Professionals to explore how people in recovery from addiction can help others by providing peer recovery support services and creating recovery-supportive environments. Many aspects of peer services will be touched upon, including how to consider peer and other recovery support services in an era of health reform and change.
Tom Hill , Director of Programs, Faces & Voices of Recovery.
Andre Johnson , President and CEO, Detroit Recovery Project