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Tuning into Hope: Podcast Host Broadcasts Support for Those in Recovery

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.

Breathe Easy: How a Smoke-Free Recovery Can Lower Your Risk of Relapse

Breathe Easy: How a Smoke-Free Recovery Can Lower Your Risk of Relapse

Hard-Won Wisdom: What We Can Learn from People in Recovery

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

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

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.

Understanding Relapse: A New Perspective and Guide

Understanding Relapse: A New Perspective and Guide

For our December Family Forum, we’ll present a new perspective on relapse as a natural consequence of chronic disease. Two leading experts from Sanford Behavioral Health — Founder and President Rae Green and Clinical Therapist Carli Noffsinger — provide a practical guide to addressing relapse.

More than Words: The Power in Sharing Your Recovery Story

More than Words: The Power in Sharing Your Recovery Story

For our November Family Forum, we invite you to share your recovery story and listen as others tell theirs. Our guest speaker is Dr. Chantelle Thomas, clinical psychologist and Executive Clinical Director of The Manor by Windrose Recovery, a residential treatment facility in Wisconsin.

ADDICTION: Is It Really A Disease, And If So, So What?

ADDICTION: Is It Really A Disease, And If So, So What?

At our October Family Forum, we’ll explore how medical science is shifting the way we view and understand addiction with Lynn Hankes, MD, FASAM, Clinical Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

The Truth About Teens and Marijuana

The Truth About Teens and Marijuana

Our September Family Forum will shed light on the negative impact of marijuana, or cannabis, on teens and adolescents. Guest speaker Carl Christensen, MD, Ph.D., FASAM, will discuss how marijuana use can affect the developing brain — often with harmful and long-lasting consequences.

Bringing Recovery Into Hospitals

Bringing Recovery Into Hospitals

Join experts from some of Southeast Michigan’s largest healthcare systems for an engaging discussion on much-needed SUD-treatment reform and learn how health systems can use empathetic, evidence-based treatments to help set those in crisis on a path to recovery.

Yoga for Recovery (In-Person)

Yoga for Recovery (In-Person)

Join us at Harmony in Motion in Ann Arbor for in-person classes every Wednesday at 5:30 pm! Advance registration required, class size limited to first 15 people.

Yoga for Recovery (In-Person)

Yoga for Recovery (In-Person)

Join us at Harmony in Motion in Ann Arbor for in-person classes every Wednesday at 5:30 pm! Advance registration required, class size limited to first 15 people.