The INARMS (Indiana Annual Recovery Month Symposium) is held every year in September to recognize National Recovery Month. Sponsored by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA), the conference brings together national and local experts to discuss and educate on the best practices, programs, and information to support recovery from substance use disorder. INARMS delivers a professional platform for practitioners in the field of mental health and substance use disorder, while providing access to recovery support to learn, discuss, and share the knowledge and resources necessary to address these important issues in their communities.
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This year's Event Details
Join us for Keynote speaker Maia Szalavitz, Author of UnBroken Brain, and presentations on best practice approaches and programming to address substance use disorder. The 2020 Recovery Month theme is “Join the Voices for Recovery: Celebrating Connections.”
A note on COVID-19
All COVID-19 precautions suggested by the CDC, Indiana State Department of Health and Marion County Health Department will be closely followed to keep all attendees and vendors safe and healthy.
About the National Recovery Month
National Recovery Month, sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), is a national observance held every September to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those with mental and substance use disorders to live healthy and rewarding lives. This observance celebrates the millions of Americans who are in recovery from mental and substance use disorders, reminding us that treatment is effective and that people can and do recover. It also serves to help reduce the stigma and misconceptions that cloud public understanding of mental and substance use disorders, potentially discouraging others from seeking help.
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