Recovery Education for Mainstream Service Providers: Building & Supporting Recovery Orientation for Clinical Services
The Culture of Recovery (www.cultureofrecovery.org) project advances an agenda for change to systems as well as for people experiencing mental health problems and substance abuse. The Culture of Recovery project intends to form a new set of values and principles consistent with a recovery perspective: autonomy and empowerment; building hope and living from a position of wellness not illness. Recovery Education for Mainstream Providers builds on investments in education for people in recovery and public education.
This workshop is intended for service providers working in the field of Mental Health and Addictions.
Please plan to attend this one day education session for Mainstream Providers who plan
for, lead/manage and deliver clinical services!
Elgin West Community Centre, Palisade B 11099 Bathurst Avenue, Richmond Hill (Ontario) (Bathurst Avenue, just north of Elgin Mills)
Wednesday, May 7th, 2008 10am-5pm Cost: $25.00 (light lunch provided)
To Register: Contact Tanya Shute: 905-780-0491, ext 114Funded by the Culture of Recovery Project!
Autonomy; choice; hope; wellness; empowerment
Central East Public Education Strategy Committee 2007
Extra Ordinary People
Argument and logic have not convinced people to end discrimination against people living with mental health or substance abuse problems. But understanding how discrimination truly affects people can persuade us to change our attitudes.
A New Feature Length Documentary by Laura Sky exposes the impact of discrimination experienced by people living with mental health and substance abuse problems and shows the dignity, spirit and hope found in recovery.
Running Time: 109 minutes (Content can be adjusted to suit the audience using chapter selection – contact Krasman Centre for advice)
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To arrange a screening of the documentary or for more information contact: The Krasman Centre at 905-780-0491 or at www.cultureofrecovery.org