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The Self-Expression Experience: Methods for Healing and Bonding in Recovery
Addiction is a chronic state of isolation, disconnection and suppression — like living in the darkness. Washtenaw FAN’s May Family Forum will focus on “turning the lights back on” through experiences of self-expression.
Navigating College While in Addiction Recovery: Crucial Program for Peer Recovery Support
Join us for an informative, online Family Forum with panelists from Collegiate Recovery Programs and students in active recovery at Central Michigan University, Eastern Michigan University, Michigan State University, University of Michigan and Washtenaw Community College.
Yoga in the Park and Virtual Yoga for Recovery
Those in recovery and their families are invited to join us for free yoga in the park every Wednesday & Thursday at 5:30 PM throughout the month of August. (You can also join us via zoom!) Click the link below to learn more and register for an upcoming class.
America’s Other Epidemic: A New Approach to Fighting the Opioid Crisis
A powerhouse at age 28, Nikki King has become one of the leading voices on the opioid crisis in rural America. She will be sharing her fascinating story of how she worked tirelessly to provide better access for people in need in her community
The Brain Science Behind Yoga and How It Can Aid in Recovery
Join American Board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Debra Hollander and Jessica Rosen, LAADC, E-RYT for a discussion on how yoga can aid in healing and recovery.
Naloxone Training - Paradox Church
Naloxone is a medication called an "opioid antagonist" used to counter the effects of opioid overdose, for example opioid and heroin overdose. Naloxone only works if a person has opioids in their system; the medication has no effect if opioids are absent. Learn how to use the medication and what to