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Delany, Paul and Harris, Anita and Duff, Paul and Perry, Nicola (2018) Workshop. The role of social reintegration in recovery. In: National Drugs Forum 2018, 12 November 2018, Aviva Stadium.

[img] Microsoft PowerPoint (1:Social enterprise and co-production – A synergy promoting social reintergration.)
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[img] Microsoft PowerPoint (2: How effective is the Parents Under Pressure Programme in working with high risk families?)
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[img] Microsoft PowerPoint (3: Recovery coaching as a mechanism to build recovery capital.)
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[img] Microsoft PowerPoint (4: Peer Leadership Development and integration programme)
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On 12 November 2018, the Department of Health’s Drugs Policy Unit and the Health Research Board (HRB) hosted the first annual National Drugs Forum in the Aviva Stadium. The theme for the forum was Working better together by developing communities of practice. This event aimed to strengthen the capacity of existing communities of practice and to provide examples for collaborative working across the statutory, community, and voluntary sectors.

 

There were four workshops:

  • Supporting prevention work in the community.
  • Dual diagnosis: using partnership and peer support as resources in treatment.
  • The role of social reintegration in recovery.
  • Harm reduction services: engaging with people who use drugs 

The role of social reintegration in recovery

1:Social enterprise and co-production – A synergy promoting social reintergration.

  • Paul Delany, The Cornmarket Project, Wexford

2: How effective is the Parents Under Pressure Programme in working with high risk families?

  • Emma Timmins & Anita Harris, Coolmine

3: Recovery coaching as a mechanism to build recovery capital.

  • Paul Duff, Recovery Academy of Ireland

4: Peer Leadership Development and integration programme.

  • Nicola Perry, Community Response

 

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