7 County WNC Community Summit for Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Jackson, Macon, & Swain Counties
Hello Western NC leaders!
We are looking forward to the 7 County Western NC Community Summit in August and as we prepare for this collaborative meeting, it...Hello Western NC leaders!
We are looking forward to the 7 County Western NC Community Summit in August and as we prepare for this collaborative meeting, it would be helpful to hear from you, the leaders in the community. If you would, please list the top 3 or 4 critical issues your community is dealing with as a direct result of the SUD crisis and email them to me at debk@RecoveryAll.org .This will help us determine the crucial table topics for action plans to be created at our meeting in August. These action plans will then be carried out after the Summit and followed up through ongoing in-person and ZOOM conferencing meetings, with the ultimate goal being solutions that can be brought back to your community. These are your community issues, your community action plans, and your community solutions. This is why you are so vital to this process!
Thank you for your valuable input and we look forward to seeing you there! Show more
7 County Western NC Community Summit - August 16, 2019 Bryson City, NCLeaders representing all sectors of the continuum of recovery in the 7 Western...
Leaders representing all sectors of the continuum of recovery in the 7 Western North Carolina counties will come together in this invitation-only event to share the challenges they face daily addressing issues surrounding prevention, treatment, and recovery support for those suffering from opioids and other Substance Use Disorders. Leaders from Clay, Cherokee, Graham, Haywood, Jackson, Macon and Swain counties will gather with State leadership as well as agencies and organizations throughout the State to share ideas, collaborate and provide support for solution-based action plans.Each community and their specific challenges are unique, and so is the solution, therefore it is critical to have key leadership from your community present for this collaboration. We are looking for leaders who would be willing to work collaboratively to effect change. Please explore our website www.RecoveryAll.org to learn more about Recovery Alliance Initiative and to see the work that is currently taking place in communities statewide.