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
Cultural Competency III: The Ism’s of Inequality
Monday November 14th – 10am till 11:00am (ZOOM)
Racism, sexism, ageism. Slurs, harassment, discrimination. It used to be so easy to know when someone was inappropriate with their colleagues or disrespecting the people they serve. But as we’ve moved to a more diverse, culturally competent environment, we’ve seen that these problems have not gone away. They’ve evolved into a more subtle, but just as damaging practice that can chip away at the morale and quality of our workforce and damage our ability to effectively work with people we serve. Often, perpetrators of micro-aggression don’t even know they’re doing anything wrong. Sometimes they do. In this training we examine the face of hostility and discrimination today, and we review ways to understand and address it in our efforts to move beyond Cultural Competence and towards Anti-Racism. 1.5 CE Hours
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Meeting ID: 829 3696 6121
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 System of Care Manager/Dual Recovery Coordinator by email at Sarah.King@BroomeCounty.us No Registration RequiredSocial Work, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP) CEU’s are available for this training.