JULY 15, 2019 —- SUICIDE PREVENTION
TRAINER: Elizabeth Atwood
WHERE: Franklin Pierce University
Petrocelli Hall, Room 114, Rindge, NH
WHEN: 830 - 430 pm Registration starts at 8am
Designed to increase the competence level of anyone recognizing and responding to individuals who are suicidal or at risk for suicide. Will review best practices for suicide prevention/intervention policies and procedures, interactive case scenarios, and how to integrate community services for an effective, comprehensive response.
Lunch is available for purchase in the FPU cafeteria
COST: $50 REGISTER: HERE

JULY 29, 2019 —- MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING
TRAINER: Elizabeth Atwood
WHERE: Franklin Pierce University
Petrocelli Hall, Room 114, Rindge, NH
WHEN: 830 - 430pm Registration starts at 8am
Orientation to principles of MI, and exercises to strengthen empathy skills, recognize client change talk, empathize with discord/resistance; client assessment feedback in MI is explained. Participants will be able to: describe four aspects of MI and the difference between MI and client-centered; recognize the ability to respond with reflective statements; generate open questions nd provide a summary statement.
Lunch is available for purchase in the FPU cafeteria
COST: $50 REGISTER: HERE

AUGUST 19 - 23, 2019 — CCAR RECOVERY COACH ACADEMY
TRAINERS: Cheryle Pacapelli & Polly Morris
WHERE: Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, NH
Lakeside Education Center (on the lake)
WHEN: 9 - 4 Each Day - Registration starts at 830am
*Must be NH resident to register
*Must attend all 5 days to be a Recovery Coach and receive certificate
This 5-day intensive academy will provide the skills to guide, mentor and support people seeking or sustaining recovery from addiction to alcohol or other drugs.  Prepares participants to actively listen and discover and manage their own beliefs, values, biases, and judgements.   Participants will also:
- Describe Recovery Coach role and functions
- List the components, core values and guiding principles of recovery
- Explore dimensions of recovery and recovery coaching
- Discover attitudes about self -disclosure and sharing your story
- Understand the stages of recovery and stages of change
- Increase their awareness of culture, power and privilege
- Address ethical and boundaries issues
- Experience recovery wellness planning
- Practice newly acquired skills
Days 1-4 Lunch is available for purchase in the FPU cafeteria
Day 5 - is potluck - bring a dish to enjoy
COST: $125 REGISTER: HERE

AUGUST 19 - 22, 2019
New England PTTC Advanced Prevention Training Institute at the NE School of Best Practices in Addiction Treatment
Starting this year, content is being made available for the experienced prevention workforce: Advanced Ethics for Prevention Professionals training, below are the four courses being offered:

  • August 19th - “Understanding the Focus of Supervision With the Prevention Specialist” - Rob Rogers

  • August 20th - Teen Culture – Marissa Carlson

  • August 21st – Advanced Prevention Ethics – Cheryl Cichowski

  • August 22nd – Presentation Development and Design – Jamie Comstock & Robin Carr, Info Inspired

REGISTER HERE: http://www.cvent.com/events/27th-new-england-school-of-best-practices-in-addiction-treatment-740-069-/event-summary-d94333863eed487e99329cfc39f05248.aspx

AUGUST 26 & 27, 2019 — ETHICS FOR RECOVERY COACHES
TRAINER: Elizabeth Atwood
WHERE: Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, NH
Lakeside Education Center building (on the lake)
WHEN: 830 - 430 Registration starts at 8am
This 2-day training will help participants understand how to be ethically responsible.  Using presentations, small group work, and role play  to address: defining the coaching service role, functions, and standards, issues of vulnerability, ethical decision making, performance enhancement and legal issues.  Participants will:
- Understand what ethics are and how to apply to coaching
- Learn how to “stay in your lane” as a recovery coach
- Understand the decision-making process and developing guidelines
- Apply the new learning to your everyday work as a RC
Lunch is available for purchase in the FPU cafeteria
COST: $50 REGISTER: HERE

SEMPTEMBER 3rd, 2019 —- HIV / AIDS
TRAINER: Elizabeth Atwood
WHERE: Franklin Pierce University
Petrocelli Hall, Room 114, Rindge, NH
WHEN: 830 - 430pm
Registration starts at 8am
Provides participants with basic and updated information about HIV other STDs including risk factors, modes of transmission, signs and symptoms, prevention, the relationship between HIV and other STDs, mother-to-child transmission, and an overview of the epidemic. Participants will:
- Increase knowledge of HIV sexual transmission and prevention
- Increase knowledge about mother-to-child transmission of HIV
- Increase ability to discuss the national and global impact of HIV
- Increase understanding of re-infection and adherence and other STDs
Lunch is available for purchase in the FPU cafeteria
COST: $50 REGISTER: HERE


SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 — RECOVERY COACH 2.0
TRAINER: Amy Reynelli, MLADC, LMHC
WHERE: Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, NH
Lakeside Education Center building (on the lake)
WHEN: 830 - 430pm Registration starts at 8am
This training is a professional training for graduates of the Recovery Coach Academy and covers: Language Matters, Understanding Recovery Culture, Drug Classes, Multiculturalism: LGBTQ, Poverty & Race; and Boundaries, Accountability, & Confidentiality. There is a review of Monadnock resources and CRSW credential requirements.  
Lunch is available for purchase in the FPU cafeteria
COST: $50 REGISTER: HERE

SEPTEMBER 27 & 28, 2019
RECOVERY COACH ACADEMY TRAINING OF TRAINERS
*Must be NH resident to register
TRAINER: Jim Wuelfing
WHERE: Jaffrey Chamber of Commerce, 7 Main St, Jaffrey
WHEN: 830 - 430pm EACH day
To help saturate NH with CCAR Recovery Coach Academy trainers, this RCA ToT allows Recovery Coaches to be certified trainers of the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy.  Presented by Jim Wuelfing,  Owner and Principal Associate of the New England Center. Jim has been a major contributor in the design and delivery of several curricula including the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy (and TOT), CCAR Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches, Developing Excellence in Recovery Coaching and Recovery Coaching a Harm Reduction Pathway. Jim has co-written and trained the highly praised workshop, “Racism of the Well-Intended” with Arthur Woodard, Jr. MSW.

*NOTES: Maximum of 12 participants will be selected from the pool of applicants and notified prior to training. Must be a NH resident committed to working in NH for at least 2 years after certification.
Friday - lunch is on your own
Saturday - lunch is potluck - bring your favorite dish!
COST $125 REGISTER: HERE


EMPLOYERS : SAVE THE DATE!

OCTOBER 2, 2019  
RECOVERY FRIENDLY WORKPLACE CONFERENCE

WHERE: 
Grandview Estates, 580 Mountain Rd, Jaffrey, NH
TIME: 
9am - 3:30pm  Registration at 830

FOR:
New Hampshire Employers: directors, managers, human resources, small and large employers.   Max of 2 people per business.

DESCRIPTION:
If you are an employer experiencing a rise in lost workplace productivity and absenteeism related to workplace alcohol or drug use, abuse, or addiction, this conference is for you. 
This conference will educate employers how to respond to employee substance use and addiction needs, how to become a Recovery Friendly Workplace, and how to receive a RFW Designation from Govenor Sununu's office.

SPEAKERS:  

Gina Riordan - Drug-Free Workplace- PA
Leaf Seligman - Meaningful Engagement With Employees
Kate Frey, New Futures - The Cost of Untreated of Addiction
Shannon Breshaw, Recovery Friendly Workplace Program Director
Mark Lefrebrve, SNHS - NH Works Recovery
Jackie Mitchell, Badger Company
Nicole Cullinane, Recovery Friendly Workplace- Monadnock

COST: 
$125 per person; max of 2 people per business
LUNCH:
Lunch is provided by 532 Cafe

REGISTRATION: 
Link coming soon.
For more information, email
Nicole@RealityCheckNow.org




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