Strengthening Recovery During Crises

A four-part webinar series discussing addiction recovery amid public health crises.

Hosted from May to June 2020, this webinar series brought together thought leaders, healthcare, policy makers, persons with lived & living experience, and families for conversations about COVID-19, homelessness, unemployment, overdoses, and the future of addiction recovery.


Part 1: Initiating and Maintaining Recovery during Public Health Crises

A panel discussion on the impact of public health crises such as COVID-19 on recovery for individuals, families, communities, workplaces and services.
Panelists: Guy Felicella, Scott Gue, Rebecca Jesseman
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Part 2: Awareness and Celebrations
Panel discussion on the role of celebration and recognition of recovery, and building recovery capital through community.
Panelists: Lorinda Strang, Jordan Veller, Dr. Evan Wood
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Part 3: Health Systems & Public Education
Discussing the gaps in the healthcare system and addiction medicine training that create challenges to accessing recovery supports.
Panelists: Gloria Harding, Susan Hogarth, Leslie McBain, Dr. Julian Somers
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Part 4: Underserved and Vulnerable Populations
Discussing the importance of timely access to appropriate recovery-oriented systems of care for people experiencing poverty, homelessness, food insecurity, and other harms resulting from social inequities.
Panelists: Ann Livingston, Dr. Jenny Melamed, Reija Roberts, Amanda Staller
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  • November 29, 2020
  • 11:51 am
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