Continuing Ed: Community Inclusion Training Oct 2-3 – Danville
The Copeland Center for Wellness & Recovery, supported by the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion, has developed a dynamic two-day seminar to advance knowledge and practices in community inclusion. This FREE event will be facilitated by Matthew Federici, Executive Director of the Copeland Center, and Dr. Mark Salzer, of Temple University.
Offered in Danville on October 2-3! Don’t miss out on the last FREE Community Inclusion session in 2018!
The interactive seminar focuses on the roles that peer specialists and peer support allies can play in supporting individuals to participate more fully in the life of the communities around them, moving beyond a reliance on provider-based activities, and to a stronger engagement in community activities they choose for themselves.
General Stakeholder tickets offer a half-day information session to learn the fundamentals of the community inclusion model.
Peer Specialist tickets offer the full, 2-Day training. You do not need to have completed the Peer Recovery Specialist (PRS) training prior to attending the 2-Day training.
Please contact Megan Sharkey (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any additional questions.