Call for Presenters

Faces & Voices of Recovery is calling for session proposals that offer unique, interactive, and educational experiences for recovery community organizations (RCOs), their leaders and emerging leaders in the field.

We are seeking current and relevant information within six focus areas: Peer Recovery Support Services (PRSS), Advocacy and Outreach (AO), Recovery Innovations (RI), Organizational Wellness and Development (OWD), Recovery and Cultural Contexts (RCC), Justice, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (J-DEI).

Submission Deadline:
July 1, 2022 EST

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Presentation Overview

The Association of Recovery Community Organizations (ARCO) members and non-members are invited to submit presentation proposals for 90-minute sessions. Faces & Voices of Recovery encourages addiction and co-occurring professionals from diverse organizations and disciplines to submit.

Session Focus Area

Submission Deadline:
July 1, 2022 EST

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Presenter Profile

To be considered, presenters must have professional qualifications in good standing with their professional regulatory board, if applicable, possess the subject matter expertise necessary to present on a topic effectively, and have experience and expertise on training in subject of presentation.
Name(Required)
Email(Required)
Please designate your organization's current status with Faces & Voices of Recovery(Required)
Please also include your social media handles as applicable.
Accepted file types: jpeg, jpg, png, gif, Max. file size: 25 MB.

Presentation Outline

Please complete the fields below with outline information for your session submission. Although your topic or focus may fit under multiple focus areas, please choose which focus areas best align with your presentation’s primary focus.
Session Focus Area(Required)
Please choose which focus area(s) best align with your presentation’s primary focus.
Which audience would benefit the most from your session?(Required)

A clear learning objective states what the learner will be able to do upon completion of a continuing medical education activity, in terms of behavioral change. A clear objective identifies the terminal behavior or desired outcome of the educational offering.