Thank you Dr. McCauley for presenting at our 2015 Town Hall Meeting! Incredible insights, backed up by research, about how childhood truama changes people's brains and lives. And how important that those with addiction are treated as people with a disease and not as criminals.
National Conference on Behavioral Health 2015, Day 2: A Path Worth Treading, by Sarah Bauman, SSW
By Jared Ferguson, LCSW
The names in this post have been changed to protect the innocent. Actually…no they haven’t. All people mentioned have been willing participants in the National Council on Behavioral Health’s 2015 Conference, aka., #natcon15. Aside from the lines (lines for the shuttle, lines for registration, lines for the sessions, the LINES!!!), Day 1 has been a wonderful experience for me.
First Step House greatly appreciates the generous support provided by Enerbank to support our Financial Responsibility Program. EnerBank funds will be used for case management services, classes and counseling to help our clients resolve financial problems, develop financial management skills, and build a strong foundation for the future!
Together we raised over $10,000 for our second Love Utah, Give Utah event. In 24 beautiful hours of giving, our supporters came forward to help us meet our $10K goal for affordable treatment services for those in need. We are filled with deep gratitude and appreciation for each and every donor! Next year we going for $20K
Our 2015 Love Utah, Give Utah campaign is rocking and our goal is to raise $10,000 for treatment services in 24 hours! With your help, we can make this happen! Please donate at http://loveutgiveut.razoo.com/story/First-Step-House. Thank you!
Please schedule your $10 Love Utah, Give Utah donation today to help us take home $10K for First Step House treatment programs on March 26th!
Check out First Step House on KRCL's Return on Investment (ROI) series!
The 2015 Rally for Recovery was incredible! The capital was flooded with people in recovery, political representatives, family members, clinicians, and advocates...people from all walks of life coming together to stand up for treatment. For healthcare. For RECOVERY!
Mark Your Calendar and Clear Your Throat for the 2015 Rally for Recovery! Don't miss this opportunity (on March 6th) to let your voice be heard in support of addiction and mental health treatment!