Topic: recovery capital

Recovery Capital Conference Q&A

Recovery Capital Conference Q&A

Recovery Capital Conference Q&A Aurora is one of the sponsors of this year’s Recovery Capital Conference, to be held September 4, 2020. While in years past, the event has taken place at venues around the country, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year it will take the form of a virtual webinar. We wondered how Recovery Capital Conference Q&A

Recovery Community at A Conference

Recovery Capital Conference - a personal connection

Recovery Community: As we wrote in a previous post, the annual Recovery Capital Conference isn’t just for professionals. You don’t have to be in the treatment and recovery industry to get benefits from attending the Recovery Capital Conference. This personal viewpoint from Tina Lussier shows that education and inspiration can be a powerful experience for Recovery Community at A Conference

Recovery Capital Conference: Not Just For Professionals

Recovery Capital Conference Not Just for professionals

Recovery Capital Conference: Not Just For Professionals Our counsellors will be there. So will up-and-coming psychology students, media, and treatment centre staffers. Aurora will be there too, as sponsors. It is the annual Recovery Capital Conference set for September 4, 2020, from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. Winnipeg time. Yes, COVID-19 or not, it is Recovery Capital Conference: Not Just For Professionals

What is Recovery Capital Anyway?

What is recovery capital

When Paul Melnuk, Aurora Recovery Centre’s owner talks about recovery-oriented systems of care (ROSC), he’s talking about it. When Aurora president Steve Low talks about a continuum of care, he’s talking about it, too. With the fourth annual Recovery Capital Conference only a short time away on September 4, 2020, the concept of recovery capital What is Recovery Capital Anyway?

Dr. John Kelly: 12 Steps And Continuum Of Care

John Kelly: 12 Steps in addiction recovery continuum

If A.A. could talk, it would wave a John Kelly flag and say “See? See?” But, since Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside matters, no president, no spokesperson, John Kelly gets no public recognition from the fellowship’s two million members. But he sure does from the many hundreds of addiction treatment centres splashed across Dr. John Kelly: 12 Steps And Continuum Of Care