Allies of Recovery Training is offered to students, faculty, and staff throughout the academic year.
This training will help participants understand the impact of society’s stigma of substance use disorders (SUD) and learn about inclusive language, the most up-to-date definitions of SUD, as well as causes and treatment options available. Through engaging activities and discussion, participants will gain the skills and confidence needed to provide support and a safe environment to anyone impacted by a substance use disorder.
Email Katie Bean, Assistant Director of Student Outreach and Support at email@example.com to schedule an individual training for your student group or class, or your department.
Dates in Spring 2018:
- Tuesday, February 13th from 3:30pm-5:30pm in Campion, Sunroom 2
- Wednesday, March 7th from 12:30pm-2:30pm in Campion, Sunroom 2
- Tuesday, April 17th from 2:00pm-4:00pm in Campion, Sunroom 2
To register for one of these training dates, sign up HERE.
- Understand the impact of society’s stigma of mental health and substance use disorders on individuals and relationships.
2. Articulate the definition of Substance Use Disorder as well as causes or correlations, and current treatment options available.
3. Gain the skills and confidence needed to provide support to anyone impacted by substance use disorders through words, actions and advocacy.
4. Learn how to create a safe environment for everyone in your community.
Those who complete the training, and sign the Allies of Recovery pledge, will receive a certificate of completion and their name will be added to a list of Allies of Recovery below.
The Allies of Recovery Pledge
As an Ally of Recovery, I promise to be:
- An open-minded and active listener
- Conscious of my own biases and work to adjust them
- Informed and open to learning more about life in recovery
- Aware of the environments I create and work to build a safe space for all people in recovery through my words and actions
- An amplifier for the voices of people in recovery and an advocate for the rights of people in recovery
Trained Allies of Recovery who have signed the above pledge – updated as of 4/6/18