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Resiliency, Hope, and Recovery (day 1 of training)

March 27

As Pat Deegan said, “What is the spirit we are breathing together?” In the Resiliency, Hope, and Recovery training, we will briefly review the history and transformation of mental health services. The training will assist participants in acquiring and applying hope-filled perspectives, tools, and interventions to support people in their journey of obtaining and keeping the life they desire. We hope to further spark mental health professionals’ application of resiliency, hope, and recovery in the work they have been called to do. We look forward to promoting the perspective and belief that we all are part of humanity and as mental health professionals it is a privilege to witness people creating a life of meaning and purpose.

Target Audience: This program has been planned for Sandhills Center staff and providers of mental health, I/DD, and substance use services

Training Length: 6 hours

Trainer: Melissa DeHaven, MSW, LCSW, Chris Fournier, MA, LCMHC

Date(s)/Time: Monday, March 27, & Wednesday March 29, 2023 10:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Audience: Providers within the Sandhills Center network and Sandhills Center staff.

Cost: Free of charge: Sponsored by Sandhills Center LME-MCO

This event is for the Sandhills Center LME-MCO and registration is limited to their staff and providers who treat Sandhills Center members and are based out of a Sandhills Center contracted site.  

Credit: 6.0-hour CEU NBCC credit will be awarded to individuals completing the full training. (No partial credit). Each registrant, must register directly for the training, utilizing the link below, to receive CEU credit.

Each registrant, must register directly for the training, utilizing the link below, to receive credit.  

Registration link:  (Registration closes March 20) 

Questions: Contact Chris Fournier at


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