Strategies for Clergy and other Congregational Leaders that will strengthen their knowledge on how to share hope to all who suffer from addiction.

Understanding the Impact of Addiction & Supporting Recovery Workshop

Thursday, August 24
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
American Red Cross
2111 Dana Ave, Cincinnati

Local presenting hosts: Addiction Services Council & Christ Church Cathedral

A unique opportunity for clergy and other congregational leaders to receive the latest information, resources, and strategies on how to educate and give hope to individuals and families suffering from the impact of addiction.

Objectives:
1. Raise awareness of how addiction to alcohol and other drugs impacts individuals and their families, with attention to children of addiction;
2. Discuss the role of clergy and congregations in offering information, hope and recovery support for individuals and family members affected by addiction;
3. Review core competencies for clergy and other pastoral ministers and learn strategies for implementation.
Presenters:
Rev. Jack Abel, M.Div,, MBA, Senior Director of Spiritual Care for Caron Treatment Centers
Sis Wenger, President/CEO, National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA)

Certificate of Participation for 6 NAADAC Contact Hours will be available. No charge for training and materials but registration is necessary. Register here

Supported By:
Amos Project
Archdiocese of Cincinnati
Diocese of Southern Ohio
Faith Community Alliance of Greater Cincinnati
Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati
Jewish Family Service of the Cincinnati Area
Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati
Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church
Presbytery of Cincinnati
Urban Pastors Network