Date/Time

Event Name

Details

Location

RECURRING MEETINGS

1st Monday each month
7-8pm

IAPRSS of Tippecanoe County Meeting

This re-occurring meeting is for all peer recovery support professionals, those interested in peer recovery support and anyone whom feels they may benefit from the meeting. This meeting has a resource presentation/discussion followed by a discussion of topics that are currently relevant to peer recovery support services and provides support to those in the peer recovery support profession. More information: IAPRSS Affiliates

2900 River Rd.
West Lafayette, IN

First Wednesday of each month
6-7pm

Dearborn County Peer Supports United Meeting

This re-occurring monthly meeting is for anyone interested in the peer recovery support profession, those providing peer recovery support or anyone whom feels this meeting will benefit them. This meeting allows peers to discuss their professional roles, strenghts/improvements to their services, share resources and anything related to peer recvoery support. All peer recovery supports are welcome. More information: IAPRSS Affiliates

500 Industrial Drive, Room 2350/2380
Lawrenceburg IN 46202
(Ivy Tech Lakefront building)

First Thursday each month
7-8pm

Indianapolis Peer Supports United Meeting

This re-occurring monthly meeting is for anyone interested in the peer recovery support profession, those providing peer recovery support or anyone whom feels this meeting will benefit them. This meeting allows peers to discuss their professional roles, strenghts/improvements to their services, share resources and anything related to peer recvoery support. All peer recovery supports are welcome. Call-in information is (646) 749-3122, access code: 203-148-821. More information: IAPRSS Affiliates

Virtual

Every other Thursday (Starting Aug. 29)
10:30am - 12:00pm

Behavioral Health & Peer Recovery Clinics

Clinic will meet every other Thursdays from 10:30am - 12:00pm. The topics for each session are listed below but are subject to change. More information: https://oudecho.iu.edu/tracks/bhpr/

 

Monday - Friday
10 am EST/9 am CST/ 7 am PST
2pm EST/1 pm CST/11am PST

PEER-2-PEER: Strengths-Based Approach Virtual Recovery Gatherings

Join our strengths-based approach virtual recovery gatherings! Judgement-free collaboration. For anyone contemplating or in recovery. Gatherings provided monday — friday. Facilitated by certified peer recovery support.

 Virtual

Daily
11:45am-1:00pm
5:45pm-7:00pm

Wednesday/Friday (Youth Support Group)
2:45pm-4:00pm

Challenge 2 Change Online Peer Support Meeting

The choices emergency response team has partnered with 1voice to provide online peer support meetings for the recovery community through Zoom. These online meetings are open to anyone and can be accessed through downloading the Zoom app and entering the meeting id at the appropriate meeting times.

    12PM CHALLENGE 2 CHANGE: 11:45am-1pm, Daily, Zoom Meeting Id# 823-217-139

    6PM CHALLENGE 2 CHANGE: 5:45pm-7pm, Daily, Zoom Meeting Id# 330-347-719

    YOUTH SUPPORT GROUP: 2:45pm-4pm, Wednesday/Friday, Zoom Meeting Id# 813-347-719

 Virtual

Last Tuesday of each month
3:00pm-4:30pm

Monthly Peer Supervisor Collaboration

IAPRSS is excited to offer peer supervisors from across Indiana the ability to connect monthly to discuss strengths and improvements within the peer recovery profession and also their specific programs. The goal of this meeting will be to share best practices, policy/procedure that is effective and any other topics the supervisors feel may benefit their role, peers and organization.

Topics May Include:

  • Updates on what is the current state of peer support across Indiana and Nationally
  • Identified service delivery modifications from supervisors
  • How peers in recovery are being supported by their supervisor and organization
  • Current strengths/concerns with peer programming
  • Anything else supervisors would like to discuss/share
More info: Connect Virtually

Virtual

August

8/4/2020
1:001m - 2:00pm

Virtual Peer Support Meeting

Support group discussion to process our professional roles and life circumstances. Network with peer support professionals to learn best practices and professional suggestions. More info: Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 283 259 861   Call-in Option: +1 312 626 6799 Meeting ID: 283 259 861

Virtual

8/6/2020
10:00am ET

Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse

Indiana's Commission to Combat Drug Abuse will meet virtually Thursday morning. At the meeting, Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement Douglas Huntsinger and other commission members will discuss continued efforts related to the drug crisis. Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Secretary Jennifer Sullivan, M.D., M.P.H. will make an announcement. More info: View Livestream

Virtual

8/6/2020
11:00am - 12:00pm CST

Inspire & Think Big: Recovery Communities' Role in Challenging Times - ANDRE JOHNSON, DETROIT RECOVERY PROJECT - MICHIGAN

This series draws from the experiences of multiple recovery communities in our regions and provides models for how successful community-based recovery programs can be fostered and sustained in the turbulent times ahead. The goal for the series is not to provide a set of complete solutions, but rather to stimulate discussion and highlight practical approaches to advancing community resilience and recovery that are applicable to many communities across the nation during the pandemic and beyond. More info: Register

Virtual

8/6-7/2020
9:00am - 4:15pm

Families, Children, & ACES: Making the Best of the Hands We're Dealt
Presented By Infancy Onward

Annual Conference on Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health. More info: Register

Virtual 

8/12-13/2020
9:00am - 4:30pm CST

Live Virtual Training: Peer Support Ethics

Peer Recovery Ethics is a two-day, interactive discussion around the ethical domains and criteria that peer recovery support professionals should follow to maximize outcomes for the populations the peer service. All participants will learn more about how to maintain ethical standards around the digital media age, boundary management and self-care. More info: Register

Virtual

8/13/2020
11:00am - 12:00pm CST

Inspire & Think Big: Recovery Communities' Role in Challenging Times - CALLAN HOWTON, RECOVERY RESIDENCES - MISSOURI

This series draws from the experiences of multiple recovery communities in our regions and provides models for how successful community-based recovery programs can be fostered and sustained in the turbulent times ahead. The goal for the series is not to provide a set of complete solutions, but rather to stimulate discussion and highlight practical approaches to advancing community resilience and recovery that are applicable to many communities across the nation during the pandemic and beyond. More info: Register

Virtual

8/17/2020
1:30pm

Navigating Employment, Medication for Opioid Use Disorder and Recovery

The state’s Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) has built a series of resources (video and print) to teach individuals in early recovery – particularly those enrolled in MOUD supports – how workplace drug testing works, what it means to request reasonable accommodations and how to think of their recovery as a regulation-protected disability.

DHMA partnered with the Wellness Council of Indiana, a subsidiary of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, to deliver these materials. The Wellness Council will also be hosting three two-hour virtual trainings for MOUD providers, behavioral health professionals, consumer advocates and other invested stakeholders. More info: Register

Virtual 

8/20/2020
11:00am - 12:00pm CST

Inspire & Think Big: Recovery Communities' Role in Challenging Times - PRECIA STUBY, HANCOCK COUNTY - OHIO

This series draws from the experiences of multiple recovery communities in our regions and provides models for how successful community-based recovery programs can be fostered and sustained in the turbulent times ahead. The goal for the series is not to provide a set of complete solutions, but rather to stimulate discussion and highlight practical approaches to advancing community resilience and recovery that are applicable to many communities across the nation during the pandemic and beyond. More info: Register

Virtual

8/21/2020
7:30am - 8:30am
9:30am - 10:30am

Standing in the Gap, Recovery Café Lafayette's First Annual Fundraising Breakfas

A breakfast to celebrate recovery through shared stories, a presentation, and cafe speakers. To adhere to COVID19 guidelines and practice social distancing during our event, we will have two program sessions with a limited capacity for 50 guests in each program session. Upon registering for either program session, you will be followed up with an email prior to our event with a designated arrival time. Masks are encouraged at the event, Recovery Cafe Lafayette will have masks on hand for those who need them. More info: Register

Recovery Café Lafayette

8/27/2020
11:00am - 12:00pm CST

Inspire & Think Big: Recovery Communities' Role in Challenging Times - PANEL DISCUSSION - COLIN CASH, RUBY TAKUSHI, ANDRE JOHNSON, CALLAN HOWTON, PRECIA STUBY

This series draws from the experiences of multiple recovery communities in our regions and provides models for how successful community-based recovery programs can be fostered and sustained in the turbulent times ahead. The goal for the series is not to provide a set of complete solutions, but rather to stimulate discussion and highlight practical approaches to advancing community resilience and recovery that are applicable to many communities across the nation during the pandemic and beyond. More info: Register

Virtual

September

9/9-10/2020
9:00am - 4:30pm

Live Virtual Training Peer Supervision

This two-day interactive training will provide the participant with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide strength-based, supportive supervision for a peer recovery support team. More info: Register

Virtual

9/14-18/2020
8:30am - 4:30pm

IAPRSS Presents Community Health Worker/Certified Recovery Specialist (CHW/CRS) Training

This 5-day, 40 hours educational experience will equip the participant with the skills and knowledge necessary to provide non-clinical peer recovery support in the physical health, mental health and/or substance use profession. Participants will be expected to complete, and pass, an on-line exam to test their understanding of the role to gain the credential. More info: Register

MHAI Training Institute
1441 N. Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202 

9/18/2020
7:30am

Recovery Café Indy's First Annual Fueling the Love Fundraising Breakfast

Fundraising Breakfast. More info: Caroline Durava

Tinker House
1101 E. 16th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202 

9/19/2020
10:00am - 2:00pm

Recovery Celebration & Shackleford Steps with Recovery 5K Walk

An outdoor event on PACE's front lawn located at 2855 N Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46218 with face coverings and social distancing that will include music, exhibitors, fellowship, networking, activities for kids, and entertaining speakers to honor individuals and families who are in long-term recovery. More info: https://www.paceindy.org/national-recovery-month/

PACE's Front Lawn
2855 N Keystone Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46218 

9/28-29/2020
10:00am - 2:00pm

INARMS (Indiana Annual Recovery Month Symposium)

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. More info: Event Info & Registration

Marriott Indianapolis North
3645 River Crossing Parkway
Indianapolis, IN 46240 

October

10/22/2020
6:00pm

Artspoken: Expression without reserve

A virtual event at facebook.com/INDYPACE that will feature inpsirational artowrk for sale, live performances by talented individuals impacted by incarceration, and special appearances from Indianapolis' business and community leaders to highlight how integrated care, a strong community, a sense of purpose, and leadership contributes to community stabilization through reduced crime. This event is free and open to the public. More info: https://www.paceindy.org/artspoken/

Virtual