6 CONSECUTIVE THURSDAYS: JULY 23, JULY 30, AUGUST 6, AUGUST 13, AUGUST 20, AND AUGUST 27, 2020
The impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on the behavioral health system of care is still unfolding. In the upcoming months and years, the system will face unprecedented economic challenges, combined with an anticipated increase in the demand for services. It will be a time of disruption and change. Recovery Communities have experience with successfully responding to change with innovation. We utilize local participatory processes to build pathways to recovery grounded in natural communities that offer safety and shelter, build financial and human resources, nourish wellness, and sustain long-term recovery.
This series draws from the experiences of multiple recovery communities and provides models for how successful community-based recovery programs can be fostered and sustained in the turbulent times ahead. The goal for the series is not to provide a set of complete solutions, but rather to stimulate discussion and highlight practical approaches to advancing community resilience and recovery that are applicable to many communities across the nation during the pandemic and beyond.
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Brought to you in partnership by Great Lakes ATTC (Region 5), Northwest ATTC (Region 10), Mid America ATTC (Region 7), and South Southwest ATTC (Region 6).