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Co-Occurring Disorders: The Critical Link Between Mental Health and SUD
At our December Family Forum, we welcome Stephanie Marquesano, founder and president of the Harris Project, the only nonprofit in the nation committed to prevention and treatment of co-occurring disorders — the combination of one or more mental health challenges and substance misuse and addiction.
In-Person Meetings Are Back!
We listened when you told us that you missed sharing your stories with the recovery community, and that you looked forward to learning from others at our in-person forums. That’s why we’re thrilled to bring back in-person meetings, beginning with our August Family Forum!
Tuning into Hope: Podcast Host Broadcasts Support for Those in Recovery
A determined man, his supportive father and their remarkable story of recovery from substance use disorder (SUD) — that’s the focus of our May Family Forum featuring Brett Morris, founder and host of the popular Recovery Survey podcast, and his dad, retired Texas state trooper Sergeant Barry Morris.
Hard-Won Wisdom: What We Can Learn from People in Recovery
For our March Family Forum, we’ll celebrate recovery success stories with guest speaker Anna Lembke, MD, bestselling author, professor of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine, and chief of the Stanford Addiction Medicine Dual Diagnosis Clinic.
Recovery and the Courts: How Our Criminal Justice System Is Shaping Addiction Treatment
At our January Family Forum, we’ll welcome Bridget McCormack, Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, and Eli Savit, Prosecuting Attorney for Washtenaw County. These esteemed legal professionals will share their perspectives on the evolving role of the courts in drug treatment.
Help Keep Recovery Warm Fundraiser
We are honored to partner with WFAN Board member Dr. Adam Joy in launching and promoting the fundraiser Help Keep Recovery Warm. This program will provide new winter clothing for people in recovery. Last year’s fundraiser raised $2,200.