Save The Date November 18, 2020

The new Peer Recovery Center of Excellence, led by a steering committee of peer recovery leaders from across the nation, is hosting "Recovery Community Asset Mapping" - Webinar

Please join us: Recovery Community Asset Mapping - Webinar

November 18, 2020 – 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Est (2pm Ct / 1pm Mt / 12pm Pac)

based approach to identifying the human, material, entrepreneurial and other resources in the community that support a life in recovery for everyone. Participants will learn how to tap into underutilized resources and bring people together for a common cause. This interconnectedness begins on the individual level and expands to the neighborhoods and communities where people live, including identifying the natural helpers so vital to sustaining long-term recovery.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify 4 types of mapping recovery community assets and resources
  • Learn how Recovery Capital can be used as a framework for mapping
  • How to include broad community representation in asset mapping

One hour of NAADAC CEs available for webinar attendees

Our Presenter

Jesse Heffernan, RCP Helios Recovery Services LLC

Jesse Heffernan is a person in long-term substance use and mental health recovery. Throughout his professional career, he has worked as the Program Director for one of Wisconsin’s three mental health peer-run mental health respite facilities. Read full Bio

The new Peer Recovery Center of Excellence (PR CoE) website is under construction! We hope you check back often
for news, resources, upcoming events, along with information on how to request
FREE Training and Technical Assistance in the following areas:

  • Clinical integration of peer support workers into non-traditional settings;
  • Building and strengthening capacity of Recovery Community Organizations;
  • Enhancing the professionalization of peers through workforce development;

Providing evidence-based and practice-based toolkits and resource information to diverse stakeholders.

Register for upcoming webinars from the Peer Recovery Center of Excellence (PR CoE)