Recovery from Serious Mental Illness (SMI) has been studied and documented by researchers, practitioners, and individuals with lived experience around the world and across time. Recovery is real.

Recovery can be supported by practices and services that encourage participant engagement, community inclusion, valued social roles, and overall wellness.
The Northeast and Caribbean MHTTC is proud to offer a webinar series on:

ecovery from Serious Mental Illness (SMI) and the Practices that Support Recovery
This series will introduce you to recovery from SMI and many of the
evidence-based and promising practices
that support recovery.  

Come join us!
The Series:

Illness Management and Recovery: Self-Management Program Providing Psychoeducation, Relapse Planning, Coping and Social Skills Training, and Approaches for Medication Management
Tuesday 3/10/20 1:00 – 2:30 ET

Peer Services: Peer Providers Offer Understanding, Respect, Mutual Empowerment, and Support to Others Through Use of Their Personal Experiences
March 31, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET    NEW DATE!

Supervision of Peer Providers: Effective Supervision of Peers by Non-Peer Supervisors
April 16, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Register   NEW DATE!

Role of Health and Wellness in Recovery: Interventions to Reduce the High Rates of Morbidity and Mortality Among People with Serious Mental Illnesses
Thursday 4/23/20 1:00 – 2:30 ET

Role of Religion and Spirituality in Recovery: Benefits and Challenges of Religion and Spirituality in Recovery and Strategies for Navigating this Topic

Thursday 5/7/20 1:00 – 2:30 ET

Recovery in the Hispanic and Latinx Community: What is the Understanding of Recovery in the Hispanic and Latinx Community and How Can We Support It
Thursday 5/21/20 1:00 – 2:30 ET

Past Webinars in the Series:

Key Elements of Recovery and Recovery Oriented Services
Supported Employment: How to Support Someone with Obtaining and Maintaining Employment
Recording and Slides
Supported Education: Supporting Individuals to Begin or Return to Higher Education
Permanent Supportive Housing: Practices that Support Independent Community Living

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The Northeast and Caribbean Mental Health Technology Transfer Center is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 1H79SM081783-01
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Northeast and Caribbean Mental Health Technology Transfer Center at Rutgers University
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