Event

Aging, Addiction and Recovery

June 08, 2018 10:00 AM3:00 PM

Public Policy Forum and Discussion:
Aging, Addiction and Recovery

Friday, June 8, 2018, 10 am-3 pm, Hudson Hall
Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, NY

Introducing “Intersections,” A Community-Driven Recovery Program
In collaboration with the Center on Aging and Policy at Mount Saint Mary College

“Intersections” is a community-based empowerment approach that combines the principles and practices of Dimensional-Solution Based Treatment (DSBT) with the principles and practices of the Community Driven Awareness and Recovery Program (CDARP).

Please join policy makers, program designers and practitioners from agencies and institutions at the national, state and local levels. Discussion will surround current concerns and best practices addressing the aging population, substance use disorders, gambling and other compulsions and recovery from those issues.

Discussion includes:

  • Aging and Substance Use Disorder Policies
  • Outpatient Programs
  • National, State and Local Best Practices
  • Compassion and Technology
  • Health/Wellness and Recovery
  • Reflection and Direction

RSVP to information@noaar.org

This event is sponsored by the National Organization of Adult Addictions and Recovery, in collaboration with the Center on Aging and Policy at Mount Saint Mary College.