FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT: Baltimore ROSC
Baltimore County ROSC presents Community Training by Facing Addiction with NCADD
Baltimore, Maryland: We are thrilled to announce Facing Addiction with NCADD will be returning to Baltimore County in 2019 to present their new Communities Project secondary training, Developing Goals, Strategies & Tactics. This training will serve as follow up to the training held in Baltimore County in the spring of 2018 and is aimed at furthering an understanding of community organizing; the need to develop and understand the differences between goals, strategies and tactics, and how to overcome the challenges one faces when organizing their community.
The training is free to anyone who wishes to attend, though registration and the completion of a pre-training survey will be REQUIRED in order to attend. Registration will remain open until April 18, 2019.
Thursday, April 25, 2019. Eastern Family Resource Center
9150 Franklin Square Drive
Rosedale, MD 21237
“Facing Addiction with NCADD has been with us every step of the way from educating our team of diverse community leaders, to healing relationships in our county, to helping us set the goals and action plans to achieve them. It is a tremendous honor and treat to be recognized as community organizing leaders in our county by Facing Addiction, and to have Michael King come back with tools to teach us how to navigate this next stage of the development and efforts of the Baltimore County ROSC. If you haven’t signed up yet, I highly recommend you do so this is a training you’re not going to want to miss”. - Johanna Dolan SIC, RCP, RPS
The Baltimore County Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC) aims to support the individual and community journey towards recovery and wellness from the disease of addiction. We aim to do this by generating and sustaining networks of nonspiritual and faith-based services, by collaborating and developing partnerships with all available services to promote life enhancing recovery for all individuals, families and communities in need.
Facing Addiction with National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence merged in October of 2015. The unparalleled coalition brings together the best resources to reduce the human and social costs of addiction. Through education, Facing Addiction with NCADD, transform misconceptions surrounding addiction providing information and tolls to help those struggling, driving system changes to drive a comprehensive public health response, and creating a movement that will inspire these changes and provide needed funding. Today, Facing Addiction with NCADD is a leading advocacy organization in America addressing addiction, with over 900 Action Network Partners, 80 Affiliate organizations, and a national voice of grassroots advocacy.