March 11, 2019 - Working Peers at CVAB Reach Center

THANK YOU to those who supported the  Vancouver Working Peers on March 11, 2019


Photo of March 11 2019 Vancouver Working Peers Meeting at CVAB's Reach Center.

We learned about CVAB's various programs that are peer run and available to support us where ever we are at in our recovery journey. All of their programs are rooted in sharing hope and empowering people in recovery.  Learn more about programs and opportunities for employment at www.CVABonline.com
 
 
 

Join us in the near future at an upcoming event:
 

 

April 8 Vancouver Working Peers Lunch & Learn is at YWCA - Safe Choice

 

Monday April 8, 2019  (Second Mondays!)
TIME:     12 noon - 1 pm
**WHERE:  YWCA Clark County  3609 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98663

Join us to learn about the YWCA Safe Choice program and their services that supports those in domestic violence situations.

Download Flyer here

 

May 13 Vancouver Working Peers Lunch & Learn is at the Recovery Resource Center

 

Monday May 13, 2019  (Second Mondays!)
TIME:     12 noon - 1 pm
**WHERE:  The Recovery Resource Center  9317 N.E. Highway 99, Suite M, Vancouver 98665

Join us to learn about the Recovery Resource Center offering a safe place to access support meetings and other resources for people to bridge from treatment to community.

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April 11-12, 2019, Wenatchee Convention Center

The 2019 Community Health Worker Conference will bring people from across the state together to promote and support the equitable work, passion, investment, and collaboration of community health workers*. The fifth annual Washington State Community Health Worker Conference is a two-day event that will engage, energize, and inspire CHWs and their allies to best support their communities.

Conference features 40 learning sessions and training workshops!
 

Registration can be found at www.chwconferencewa.org. If you have any questions, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (360)236-3810.
 

 
 
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