Recovery is Spoken Here: Train the Trainer

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- Add to Calendar 2021-09-27 12:30:00 2021-09-27 16:30:00 Recovery is Spoken Here: Train the Trainer   The aim is to foster an environment where students in or seeking recovery feel accepted by their peers, are empowered to live genuinely, feel comfortable asking for help and are celebrated by the Ohio State community. By becoming a Recovery Ally, you are declaring to students in or seeking recovery that you embody these ideals. The Recovery is Spoken Here training is strongly recommended for any campus hoping to engage faculty or staff in becoming an ally for their students in or seeking recovery, helping to create a recovery-ready campus. A recovery-ready campus is one that’s culture tells students in or seeking recovery that they are accepted by their peers, are empowered to live genuinely, can feel comfortable asking for help, and are celebrated by the campus community.   This 4-hour train the trainer will be led by our Director of Recovery. Available at no cost in honor of National Recovery Month. This session is a train the trainer. Attendees will receive the RISH materials so that they can deliver the training on their campus. Limited to 50 institutions on a first-come, first-serve basis. Only one person from an institution will be permitted. This session will not be recorded. Attendees are asked to commit to the entire training if reserving a spot and notify hecaod@osu.edu if unable to participate. The Recovery is Spoken Here training covers: High-level overview of addiction and recovery Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (JEDI) and Recovery Addiction and recovery on campus Being a Recovery Ally To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please complete the hyperlinked survey you will receive in the Zoom confirmation that is emailed to you after registering, or reach out to us directly at hecaod@osu.edu. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

 

The aim is to foster an environment where students in or seeking recovery feel accepted by their peers, are empowered to live genuinely, feel comfortable asking for help and are celebrated by the Ohio State community. By becoming a Recovery Ally, you are declaring to students in or seeking recovery that you embody these ideals. The Recovery is Spoken Here training is strongly recommended for any campus hoping to engage faculty or staff in becoming an ally for their students in or seeking recovery, helping to create a recovery-ready campus. A recovery-ready campus is one that’s culture tells students in or seeking recovery that they are accepted by their peers, are empowered to live genuinely, can feel comfortable asking for help, and are celebrated by the campus community.
 

This 4-hour train the trainer will be led by our Director of Recovery. Available at no cost in honor of National Recovery Month. This session is a train the trainer. Attendees will receive the RISH materials so that they can deliver the training on their campus. Limited to 50 institutions on a first-come, first-serve basis. Only one person from an institution will be permitted. This session will not be recorded. Attendees are asked to commit to the entire training if reserving a spot and notify hecaod@osu.edu if unable to participate.


The Recovery is Spoken Here training covers:

  • High-level overview of addiction and recovery
  • Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (JEDI) and Recovery
  • Addiction and recovery on campus
  • Being a Recovery Ally


To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please complete the hyperlinked survey you will receive in the Zoom confirmation that is emailed to you after registering, or reach out to us directly at hecaod@osu.edu.


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