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  • Primary Presenters must be certified addiction counselor, licensed counselor, or equivalent credential for the workshop may be submitted for approval by GACA, LPCA, GSCSW, and/or other boards.

  • Priority Consideration will be given to proposals received by March 18, 2022

  • Final selection is scheduled to be completed by March 31, 2022

  • Selected Presenters will be notified by email.

Suggested Topics:

  • Diversity and Inclusion

  • Alcohol Use Disorders

  • Opioid Use Disorders

  • Self-Care for Healthcare Professionals

  • Stimulant Use Disorders

  • Safe Spaces for the LGBTQ+ Community

  • Human Trafficking

  • Stigma Reduction

  • Are Substance Use Disorders really in our Congregation?

  • Medication-Assisted Training

  • Faith Communities Role in Recovery

  • Faith-based Assessments and Treatment Models/Interventions

  • Domestic Violence and Addiction

  • Sex Trafficking

  • Substance Use, Depression and Suicide

  • How Faith communities can reduce Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders stigma?

  • How to identify and Manage Virtual Burnout in the Workplace

  • Key signs and symptoms of substance use disorders that faith leaders need to recognize

  • Why healthcare professionals need to develop  and maintain a Self-Care Regimen in the addiction field; Recommended Resources

  • How to maintain your sanity and survival in a Zoom world platform

To Submit a Program Proposal: Email the Application Requirements to:

This Application Requires:

  1. Workshop Title

  2. Biographical Sketch for each presenter - if selected, this information will be used in the Institute brochure (30-90 words)

  3. Program Description - if selected this information will be used in the Institute brochure (60-100 words)

  4. Title of workshop, preferred day to present, and length of presentation (1.5 CE Hours or 3.0 CE Hours)

  5. Three learning objectives of the program - for continuing education (CE) approval

Annual Inter-faith Institute on Recovery

Call for Presenters

Ready to Rise: Faith and Community-Based Treatment and Recovery

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