June 28, 2021 (via Zoom)
The Re-Imagine Recovery Summit creates connections between people in recovery, behavioral health providers, and broader policy systems to foster meaningful dialogue and gather community input about how to ensure recovery is a reality for all across Washington state.
July 7th @ 5:30pm
September 1st @ 5:30pm
Join us for a (virtual) orientation to the Washington Recovery Alliance and the work of our 9 regional recovery coalitions across the state to change public understanding about substance use recovery and mental health, and advance pro-recovery policies in Washington.
This is a great opportunity to meet other recovery advocates and make new connections. You’ll leave this orientation with an understanding of the WRA’s work, what advocacy opportunities lie ahead, and how YOU can get involved in making change.
August 3-5, 2021
Registration is open for the Region 10 Opioid Summit: Improving Systems to Better Serve Individuals and Families
The virtual event is for behavioral health professionals at health-related organizations, including public agencies, community-based organizations, behavioral health organizations, Indian Nations, urban Indian health programs, recognized Indian organizations, local public health jurisdictions, and community prevention coalitions and partners.
The opioid summit provides a forum to:
- Learn from behavioral health leaders on how to better serve individuals and families impacted by opioids.
- Provide education and networking focused on workforce development for those delivering opioid use disorder (OUD) prevention, intervention/harm reduction, treatment, and recovery services.
- Participate in facilitated conversations to review topics and ideas with other and exchange information through guided discussion.
Registration is $25. Registration will close Friday, July 9 at 5 p.m. or before if the event sells out.
Final sessions to be announced
Addiction fractures families but healing is possible. Please join us for this Family Therapy Series. This service is a collaborative effort between the Benton Franklin Recovery Coalition and Chaplaincy Behavioral Health and funded by a grant from Numerica Credit Union. Please call (509) 783-7417 to register.