The Recovery Capital Conference of Canda is Canada’s Premier Addiction and Mental Health Recovery Conference.
Leading the change in care for mental health and addiction, the Recovery Capital Conference of Canada will feature leading international researchers, clinicians, and policymakers who will provide evidence-based clinical knowledge gained through decades of care. A fundamental shift is occurring in the way we manage addiction, and the Recovery advocacy movement is making itself heard in Canada. Working together we can eliminate silos, and move towards the creation of better comprehensive systems of health care for all Canadians.
Recovery Capital Conference of Canada
September 6th and 7th, 2018
The Portuguese Story, recovering from addiction in a decriminalized state
A film on how the Commission of Drug Dissuasion helped Portugal survive their overdose crisis
Recovery capital in disability management, 3 hour workshop
Dr. John Cutbill
Substance Use and Workplace Safety
The potential concern regarding substance use and workplace safety is growing in complexity with the increasing acceptance and use of marijuana (cannabis) for either recreational or medical purposes.
Medical Monitoring is much more than simply a drug testing program. Explore the various components of a comprehensive medical monitoring program as a key element for returning recovering employees to safety-sensitive positions
Urine drug testing can be an important tool used in addictions treatment, shared insights regarding common misconceptions about urine drug testing, various testing methodologies, and drug testing trends
Plus Lived Experience Stories
Youth Focus, 3 hour workshop
Community Focus, 3 hour workshop
Dr. Julian Somers
Many people receive addiction treatment only when their lives have become complicated by other challenges, including involvement with the law, loss of housing and employment, or mental illness. This talk examines research on the life trajectories of people who experience complex addictions. It also reviews evidence concerning interventions and considers how the concept of recovery capital can explain why some interventions are more effective than others.
There is a growing recognition that there are many pathways of recovery. This presentation explores the barriers and facilitators to recovery capital. Presenters provide a lens to identify distinct areas that can be enhanced and barriers to be addressed in individuals’ recovery processes.
Three distinct community services present person-centered approaches to strengthening recovery capital.
Additional Speakers include:
Andrew Freedman, State of Colorado’s first Director of Marijuana
Join Freedman as he provides a tempered view of what we currently know about the effects of legalization.
Marijuana is a complex drug and a more complex topic, this workshop is designed to educate the participants about the neurological effects of the drug, to understand its addictive potential.
To Sponsor the Recovery Capital Conference, please contact Giuseppe at 604-525-9771
Who Should Register?
Physicians, Occupational Health Leaders, Human Resources Managers, Health Care Policy Makers, Therapists, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Interventionists, Residential Treatment Centre Management and Clinical Teams, Students, Union Leaders, Community Leaders, Disability Management Coordinators, Professional Regulatory Bodies, Insurance Carriers, Labour Relations Specialists, Employee Assistance Program providers, Labour Lawyers, Safety Committee Members, Union Representatives.
To Sponsor, Exhibit, or ask questions please call 1-888-525-9771 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.