Social stigma has kept recovery voices silent for decades. Research has shown that messaging shifts can open attitudes toward addiction as a disease and recovery as a real thing. This course, developed by Faces & Voices of Recovery, will provide techniques on how to discuss addiction and recovery with family, employers, friends, service providers, the general public and the media.

RECOVERY MESSAGE TRAINING…September 10, 2018 from 6-8pm

presented by Troy Manns with Recovery Communities of North Carolina

Who should come to this training? Those in recovery, recovery allies, professionals working in the recovery field, and community members wanting to learn about the language of recovery.

After attending this training, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand what recovery messaging is
  • Recognize that depending on the type of messaging, it can support or harm people in recovery
  • Remove barriers to recovery through effective messaging, and through effective recovery messaging, improve the quality of life for those still suffering or recovering from substance use disorders