Lunch and Learn – January 21st, 2022

LUNCH & LEARN SERIES PEER RECOVERY PROFESSIONALS HELP OR HASSLE? This session will provide the participants with the opportunity to learn about the value Peer professionals bring to the Substance Use Disorder continuum of services. Learn specifically how Peers can assist in shaping our patients treatment and recovery. CARC/CRPA AND SOCIAL WORK CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL CREDITS OUR AMAZING SPEAKER Ruth Riddick, CARC-RCP, is an ASAP-NYCB Certified Addiction Recovery Coach and charter ASAP-NYCB Trainer Registry member, a designated Recovery Coach Professional (CART), and an authorized Recovery Coach Academy facilitator (CAR). A widely acknowledged peer recovery subject matter expert, she serves as ASAP Community Outreach, supporting professional development at all levels of the community in New York State. She also serves as consultant to the ASAP-NYCB Ethics Committee and to the Missouri Peer Recovery Centerof Excellence. Ruth is a 2021 Samaritan Daytop Village /Women's Advocacy awardee and a 2019 Irish America Healthcare honoree, She has also been honored for her voluntary work by Caron, and nominated by Crossroads of Maine for a FAVOR Vernon Johnson Award

LUNCH & LEARN SERIES

PEER RECOVERY PROFESSIONALS

HELP OR HASSLE?

This session will provide the participants with the opportunity to learn about the value Peer professionals bring to the Substance Use Disorder continuum of services. Learn specifically how Peers can assist in shaping our patients treatment and recovery.

CARC/CRPA AND SOCIAL WORK CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL CREDITS

OUR AMAZING SPEAKER

Ruth Riddick, CARC-RCP, is an ASAP-NYCB Certified Addiction Recovery Coach and charter ASAP-NYCB Trainer Registry member, a designated Recovery Coach Professional (CART), and an authorized Recovery Coach Academy facilitator (CAR). A widely acknowledged peer recovery subject matter expert, she serves as ASAP Community Outreach, supporting professional development at all levels of the community in New York State. She also serves as consultant to the ASAP-NYCB Ethics Committee and to the Missouri Peer Recovery Center of Excellence. Ruth is a 2021 Samaritan Daytop Village /Women’s Advocacy awardee and a 2019 Irish America Healthcare
honoree, She has also been honored for her voluntary work by Caron, and nominated by Crossroads of Maine for a FAVOR Vernon Johnson Award

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Conifer Park Job Fair – November, 11, 2019

Outpatient Substance Abuse Services Open House – Schenectady, NY

July 18, 2018 – Patient Empowerment To Improve Quality of Care

May 17, 2018 – Unspoken Obstacles in Treatment and Therapeutic Approaches

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Conifer Park Recovery Month September 2017

Over the years, National Recovery Month (recovery Month) has inspired millions of people to raise awareness about mental and / or substance use disorders, share their stories of recovery, and encourage others who are still in need of services and support. Here is a look at what was done here at Conifer Park in celebration of Recovery.

May 18 Conference – Complexities of Treating Heroin Addiction

May 18 Conference – Save the Date

Conifer Park

Save The Date

Conifer Park will host its annual training entitled “ Complexities of Treating Heroin Addiction”
on
May 18, 2017
Main Lecture Hall
Conifer Park
79 Glenridge Road
Glenville, New York 12302

Additional questions may be directed to
Joanne E. Egnaczyk-Gonda at
(518) 265-1465 or by email at
jegnaczyk@libertymgt.com
CASAC Hours Pending
Additional Information To Follow

Save the Date – “Drugs… The Devastation Continues”

SAVE THE DATE  – “Drugs… The Devastation Continues”

Conifer Park is once again pleased to offer a full day educational program on Heroin, Opiates and Other Drugs.

May 25, 2016 8:30am to 4:00pm Conifer Park

Additional questions may be directed to Joanne E. Egnaczyk-Gonda at (518) 265-1465 Or jegnaczyk@libertymgt.com CASAC Hours Pending

Heroin, opiates, and other drugs continue to plague our communities. The resulting devastation is felt by families, congested legal and health systems and rising overdose deaths. This conference will provide information on frequented drugs of abuse, a therapeutic model for treating heroin and opiate addiction, and an educational format on medication assisted treatment options. With this conference we hope to once again bring hope and sobriety to those impacted by addiction.

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Grand Rounds Fall Training Calendar 2014

fall grand rounds 2014 brochure

fall grand rounds 2014 brochure

Download the fall grand rounds 2014 brochure.