The CARES/ROSC Workshop is an excellent opportunity for potential CARES to learn more about peer recovery support services, and how they fit into a Recovery-Oriented System of Care (and what a recovery-oriented system of care is). That understanding can not only help applicants through the application process, it helps them to better understand if the CARES Academy is something they are ready to pursue.
In addition to information about Recovery Oriented Systems of Care, the workshop provides practical skills in applying for the Academy, including a review of writing samples, and a mock group interview (with feedback from the facilitator).
YOU are invited!
Please join Statesboro’s Recovery Community for a unique day of :
Inspiring stories of hope from community members with long-term recovery.
Opportunities to join conversations about recovery in Statesboro.
Food, fun, fellowship.
Time to meet new people from new places that support people in recovery and their families.
A remarkable movement is taking place across the country and across the State of Georgia. People in recovery helping other people in recovery is nothing new, but peer recovery support provides the time and place for people in recovery, from multiple pathways to recovery, to assist each other in achieving their personal goals, and helping one another to lead meaningful, purposeful lives.
Join us so we can learn from you what’s working for you, and you can learn how to help support recovery in Statesboro!
COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS OF THIS EVENT INCLUDE:
Bulloch Alcohol & Drug Council
Center for Addiction Recovery at Georgia Southern University
Eastern Heights Baptist Church
Georgia Southern University Psychology Clinic
Reliance Treatment Center
**Childcare provided, registration required**
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Event Registration Here.
Registration for this twice-annual gathering of CARES Academy alumni is not yet open. Please check back, or contact Karen Daniel if you need additional information.