Recovery Friendly Workplace Designation is a Course
Recovery Friendly Workplace Designation
Time limit: 30 days
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Full course description
The Recovery Friendly Workplace Designation course is one of the first steps for businesses and organizations to take in reducing stigma associated with addiction and mental health, supporting employees in recovery, and creating a safe, healthy, and supportive workplace culture.
Increased understanding about the addiction continuum.
Increased knowledge about saving lives with naloxone administration.
Understand how to become an ally for people in recovery.
Recovery Ally Training
Shatterproof Just Five
How to Save a Life with Naloxone
Sawiyyah "Chiquita" Chanay, MPH, MCHES
Ann McCauley, MEd
Community Health Engagement & Outreach
Employers, managers, human resources
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