Addressing Stigma and Recovery

Thursday, January 21 at 2 pm ET

Stigmas are negative social attitudes about perceived differences between people and groups. This can be based on a range of characteristics such as appearance, behavior, beliefs, social position, and background. Stigmas can cause debilitating shame, isolation, and exclusion from necessary medical care and other forms of support. Overall, stigmas cause barriers to accessing and maintaining recovery and are difficult to dismantle.

Join in on a free, interactive virtual conversation to discuss these and other related questions to help you begin to address stigma in your selves, programs, agencies, and communities. We will share insights, strategies, and tools and facilitate discussion. Come prepared to share your questions and lessons learned and connect with others facing similar challenges.

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Date and Time

Thu, January 21, 2021

4:00pm - 5:00pm