Dual Recovery Project

The objective of the Dual Recovery Project is to coordinate, improve and enhance treatment and ancillary services for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, especially those with the most serious and persistent mental illness and substance use problems.  The Dual Recovery Coordinator also develops and sponsors many trainings.

The Dual Recovery Coordinator can be reached at 607-778-1162.

Dual Recovery Project Training Calendar


Training Opportunity!

January 26th Wednesday – Noon till 1:30pm (ZOOM)

Understanding Loneliness & Social Isolation: Impacts on People and Society at Large in a Connected World

As understanding of the Social Determinants of Health and Mental Health builds, it becomes critical to focus our attention on how health and mental health is largely influenced by social factors. While having meaningful relationships is vital to human beings’ ability to thrive, emerging data is uncovering an epidemic of loneliness throughout society. As awareness around social isolation and loneliness increases, we are learning about the impacts on society at large as well as individuals with behavioral health issues. To address this issue and assist people on their recovery journey, we must begin examining the multitude of impacts of loneliness in order to help people develop meaningful connections that heal.

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 881 3548 6615

Passcode: 334140

Social Work, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP) CEU’s are available for this training.

For more information, please contact Sarah King, Senior Systems of Care Manager/Dual Recovery Coordinator by email at Sarah.King@BroomeCounty.us  No Registration necessary.