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Change Is Positive: NJAMHAA Announces New Speaker at Annual Conference – Becky Vaughn on Substance Use, Recovery, and Housing on March 29th

NJAMHAA is pleased to announce that a last minute change to our Annual Conference lineup will have Becky Vaughn returning this year! Becky will be presenting a workshop on Substance Use, Recovery and Housing on Day 1, Wednesday, March 29th.

If you haven’t already registered, you can do so here.

Becky will provide an overview of the national dialogue and recent report on housing initiatives for individuals with substance use disorders (SUDs), and a national perspective on other SUD relevant issues. She will also highlight strategies to improve housing programs and system changes necessary to support stability, health and recovery

Click here to access all program details and to register.

  

 

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