Ethics for Recovery Community Organizations

Session Objectives List three fundamental moral psychology principles of ethical decision-making. Conduct vital incident review sessions using an ethical decision-making worksheet to build multi-disciplinary collaboration among professionals with varied ethical behavior standards. Incorporate a Catalogue of Organizational Practices and Ethics (COPE) into your agency’s new employee orientation and ongoing in-service trainings. Session Description Not the…

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Highlights & Lessons from a Camelot Era of Recovery Advocacy

Session Objectives Recount/describe several specific events and programs that defined the interesting and significant period of recovery advocacy in the late 1970s Understand the significance of recovery advocacy in the late 1970s and its relevance to the eventual founding of Faces & Voices of Recovery and to recovery advocacy today Find further inspiration from the…

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Hiding in Plain Sight: The Essential Value of Women in Recovery Leadership

Session Objectives Recognize the effect of gender biased stigma on women affected by substance use disorders as a block to visibility in recovery leadership. Discover ways in which growing support of destigmatization and trauma informed community wellness initiatives have created pathways to women’s leadership in recovery advocacy. Identify emerging opportunities to further reduce stigma to…

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