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Posted on: December 3, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Communicating Hope: How Attitudes and Perceptions Impact Substance Use and Recovery

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Centre County HOPE Initiative presents an interactive workshop. Participants will explore their current assumptions about substance use and develop a better understanding of how those assumptions impact individuals pursuing recovery.

You are invited to Communicating Hope: How Attitudes and Perceptions Impact Substance Use and Recovery.

 

Description: 

All are welcome, from community members to medical practitioners, to join an engaging and interactive workshop brought to you by the Centre County HOPE Initiative. Participants will explore their current assumptions about substance use and develop a better understanding of how those assumptions impact individuals pursuing recovery.

 

Date and time: 

4:00p - 5:00p 

Wednesday, Dec 9, 2020 

Online (link will be sent with Eventbrite registration confirmation)

 

Program 

  •    Welcome from HOPE Leadership 
  •    Interactive workshop on SUD attitudes 
  •    Question and Answer Opportunity 

To register for this workshop, please follow the link below. Upon registration, you will be provided with the link to access the virtual meeting. 

https://communicating-hope.eventbrite.com 


Please feel free to share this information within your networks.  Attached you will find an event flyer as well as a social media image to post on your social media platforms.  


If you have any questions about the event, they may be directed to:

Chris Chirdon, chirdon@pitt.edu

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