Recovery Resources and National Association of Children of Alcoholics Offer
Free Training Seminar for Clergy on January 30, 2008
CLEVELAND, Jan. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Recovery Resources, a nonprofit alcohol and drug treatment agency and the National Association of Children of Alcoholics (NACOA) have partnered to provide clergy and others involved in pastoral care with a free one-day training program. The seminar will help participants to understand how the disease of alcoholism and other drug addictions impact the family, how to recognize its symptoms and how to best intervene and support families confronting the problem.
The seminar will be held on Wednesday, January 30 from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm (EST) at the Visiting Nurse Association of Cleveland, 2500 East 22nd Street, Cleveland 44115. It is open to clergy, lay ministers, leadership staff and pastoral care nurses and staff. The program is free and includes lunch. Awareness and educational materials on the children of alcoholics will be distributed to attendees.
Sis Wenger, president and CEO of NACOA and the Rev. Mark A. Latcovich, Ph.D., vice rector and academic dean of St. Mary's Seminary in Cleveland will conduct the training. Free pamphlets, posters and other educational materials will be distributed.
To register for the training, visit firstname.lastname@example.org or call (440) 331-5655.
Recovery Resources Inc., established in 1954, helps people to triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug- and other addictions. With more than 125 employees and an annual operating revenue of $8.2 million, Recovery Resources ranks among the largest nonprofit corporations in Greater Cleveland and largest independent behavioral health providers in Ohio. For additional information, visit http://www.recovery-resources.org.
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