Date/Time

Event Name

Details

Location

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: www.iaprss.org

2900 River Rd., West Lafayette, IN

2nd Thursday each month   7-8pm

IAPRSS 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: www.iaprss.org

1441 N. Delaware Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202

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/

 

September

9/5—6/2019   9:00am-5:00pm

RCO Bootcamp & Recovery Ambassador Training

RCO BOOTCAMP will include:

  • Leadership development for new and emerging RCOs
  • How to establish policies and procedures of small non-profits
  • Breakout Sessions will cover governance, sustainability, ethics, strategic planning and staff development.
RECOVERY AMBASSADOR TRAINING will include:
  • Prepare individuals to advance understanding and appropriate responses to addiction
  • Course materials include instruction in participation on advisory councils, recruiting volunteers, building messages, organizing community action, engaging policy makers, raising money, and renewing team effort.
REGISTER AT: HTTPS://BIT.LY/30OPBSS

Safe Haven Recovery Engagement Center
308 S. Oak St. Paoli, IN 47454

9/7/2019  

IAIC Recovery Rally

Recovery Rally will include our annual motorcycle ride, a new family canal walk along with speakers, food vendors and live music! If you would like to learn more about IAIC and be involved with the Recovery Rally, please contact jmiller@mhai.net

Historic Military Park at White River State Park
601 W New York St., Downtown Indianapolis, IN

9/9—10/2019   9:00am-5:00pm

RCO Bootcamp & Recovery Ambassador Training

RCO BOOTCAMP will include:

  • Leadership development for new and emerging RCOs
  • How to establish policies and procedures of small non-profits
  • Breakout Sessions will cover governance, sustainability, ethics, strategic planning and staff development.
RECOVERY AMBASSADOR TRAINING will include:
  • Prepare individuals to advance understanding and appropriate responses to addiction
  • Course materials include instruction in participation on advisory councils, recruiting volunteers, building messages, organizing community action, engaging policy makers, raising money, and renewing team effort.
REGISTER AT: HTTPS://BIT.LY/2HSYF67

United Way Columbus - ASAP Hub
1531 13th St. Columbus, IN 47201

9/11—12/2019   9:00am-5:00pm

RCO Bootcamp & Recovery Ambassador Training

RCO BOOTCAMP will include:

  • Leadership development for new and emerging RCOs
  • How to establish policies and procedures of small non-profits
  • Breakout Sessions will cover governance, sustainability, ethics, strategic planning and staff development.
RECOVERY AMBASSADOR TRAINING will include:
  • Prepare individuals to advance understanding and appropriate responses to addiction
  • Course materials include instruction in participation on advisory councils, recruiting volunteers, building messages, organizing community action, engaging policy makers, raising money, and renewing team effort.
REGISTER AT: HTTPS://BIT.LY/33UWAOL

Cupbearer Cafe - Inspiration Ministries
138 E. 7th St. Auburn, IN 46706

9/13/2019   6pm-10pm

Blackout Addiction: 5K Glow Walk

Concert in the park, speakers, and blacklight glow walk will be held in Fairbanks Park. Cost is $25 to register and will receive free T-shirt and glow bracelet. Food vendors will be available.

Fairbanks Park

9/17/2019   8:30am-4:30pm

Peer Recovery Supervision Training

Supervision is a vital piece of effective and ethical peer recovery support services. This introspective one-day training explores the role, scope of practice and ethical dimensions of peer recovery supports to ensure those attending grasp the intricacies of the role they may be supervising. More Information and Registration Form

Ivy Tech Community College – Lakefront Campus Room 2350/2380
500 Industrial Drive, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

9/18/2019   4:00pm-6:00pm

Recovery Café Indy Opening Reception

Please join We Bloom and Horizon House in celebrating the launch of the Recovery Cafe Indy, a peer recovery community based on the national Recovery Café model.. Director McClelland of Drug Prevention, Jay Chaudhary, Director of the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction, Brandon George, the Director of the Indiana Addiction Issues Coalition, and FSSA Secretary, Dr. Walthall are our honored guests. Light refreshments will be provided. The event will be held from 4-6pm, with the program beginning at 4:45pm. More information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/opening-reception-recovery-cafe-by-we-bloom-and-host-agency-horizon-house-tickets-68280758587

1033 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

9/19/2019   12:00pm-12:30pm

IRN Monthly Membership Meeting

The Agenda for the September meeting is as follows:

  • Policy: Heather Rodriguez
  • Community: Brenda Spade with Dearborn County CARE
  • Health: Brooke Schaefer MSN, FNP-C, RN Director Perinatal Substance Use Disorder Program, Nurse Practitioner for the CHOICE Program
IRN members will have the last few minutes of the meeting to promote their recovery month events! More information: hrodriguez@mhai.net

Online

9/20/2019   9:00am - 12:30pm

Dual Diagnostic Symposium

Celebrating National Recovery Month. FEATURED PRESENTATIONS

  • End Stigma - Carrie S. Mier, Ph.D
  • Recovery Testimonial - Charmin Gabbard, Certified Peer Recovery Coach
  • NAMI Family & Friends
More Information

Richmond State Hospital
Clinical Treatment Center (CTC), Conference Room
498 N.W. 18th Street, Richmond, IN 47374

9/21/2019   9:00am

8th Annual Hooked on Art Festival - Live Street Art & Chalk Art Festival

The Artistic Recovery presents a family-friendly festival that fuses visual and performing musical arts with the community!

The Hooked on Art Live Street Art Festival is a fundraiser to support substance abuse programs in Northwest IN. Artists travel from all over the midwest to participate in adult and youth chalk art competitions. There will be a live 3D chalk art demonstration. Children and adults alike will enjoy interactive craft projects. Artists in recovery will have artwork for sale and will be performing live music throughout the day.

  Hooked on Art is a great day for the entire family. "Family time is prevention time." Our hope is that families can come together through the arts and support life in recovery. More Information: https://www.hookedonartfestival.com

Thomas Centennial Park
109 Broadway, Chesterton, IN 46304

9/21/2019   3pm-8pm

Voices of Recovery

Enjoy an evening of celebrating those in recovery from substance use. We have three inspiring speakers lined up, great food, some music, and some giveaways. End the evening with a countdown of sobriety in the room! We will have exhibit booths avaialable of state wide resources as well as local, Orange County Resources and merchandise available for purchase. More Information: www.safehavenrec.com

Orange County Community Center
Paoli, IN 47454

9/23—24/2019   8:00am-5:00pm

11th Annual Indiana Recovery Month Symposium (IN ARMS)

Join us for the 11th Annual Indiana Recovery Month Symposium brought to you by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction and organized by Overdose Lifeline. This year’s symposium topics will correlate with the 2019 recovery month theme "Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger" and how we can start taking the next steps to recovery in Indiana. More Information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/11th-annual-indiana-recovery-month-symposium-inarms-tickets-60795009510

Embassy Suites by Hilton Plainfield Indianapolis Airport
6089 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168

9/25/2019   6:00pm-8:00pm

Recovery Supports Town Hall Discussion

Come learn more about recovery supports, including peer recovery professionals, how these vital supports assist our communities' continued grouwth. We will discuss why recovery supports are necessaryand how they compliment what is currently going on in the community.

Roy Clark Community Building (back of the park by the pool)
Linton, Indiana

9/25—26/2019   9:00am-5:00pm

RCO Bootcamp & Recovery Ambassador Training

RCO BOOTCAMP will include:

  • Leadership development for new and emerging RCOs
  • How to establish policies and procedures of small non-profits
  • Breakout Sessions will cover governance, sustainability, ethics, strategic planning and staff development.
RECOVERY AMBASSADOR TRAINING will include:
  • Prepare individuals to advance understanding and appropriate responses to addiction
  • Course materials include instruction in participation on advisory councils, recruiting volunteers, building messages, organizing community action, engaging policy makers, raising money, and renewing team effort.
REGISTER AT: HTTPS://BIT.LY/2TTVZYC

The Artistic Recovery
714 E. Lincolnway LaPorte, IN 46350

9/27/2019   2pm-6pm

National Recovery Month Indianapolis Annual Celebration

Every September, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) sponsors National Recovery Month to increase awareness and understanding of mental and substance use disorders and celebrate the people who recover. The theme in 2019 is Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger Together. Please bring your family, friends and co-workers to celebrate with us on Friday, September 27 to spread awareness that addiction is a health issue - not a crime. More information: www.paceindy.org/national-recovery-month

Parking Lot of PACE
2855 N. Keystone Ave., Indianapolis, IN

9/28/2019   11am-5pm

Hope Fest 2019

Recovery Resource Fair: supportive services for all people impacted by the drug epidemic. There will be testimonies from people in recovery, live music, family-fun, food and giveaways. More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/380190876026787/

Brown County Fairgrounds
Nashville, IN 47448

9/28/2019   11am-1pm

THRIVE Recovery Engagement Center

Door prizes. Panera Bread lunch.

First Presbyterian Church Basement
396 W. McClain Ave., Scottsburg, IN

9/30/2019   11am-1pm

Meridian's Community Health Speaker Series: Sam Quinones in Lafayette

Meridian Health Services is hosting the Meridian Community Health Speaker Series—Community, Commitment, Collaboration—featuring award-winning author, Sam Quinones.

Quinones, a journalist, storyteller, former LA Times reporter, and author of three acclaimed books of narrative nonfiction is the author of Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic by Bloomsbury Press. A discussion panel comprised of community health leaders and officials will follow Quinones' presentation to engage the audience discussing issues related to drug addiction, the opioid epidemic, and measures being taken locally to overcome it. More information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meridians-community-health-speaker-series-sam-quinones-in-lafayette-tickets-70687535321

Ross-Ade Stadium
850 Steven Beering Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47906

October

10/4/2019   9:00am-4:00pm

FASD 101 Training

FASD 101 is a 6 hour interactive training that defines FASD, explores the effects of prenatal alcohol and offers positive interventions. 6 CEUs issued. Are you a parent, caregiver, or service provider to a child who has trouble seeing the connection between choices and consequences, has difficulty with ​age appropriate attentiveness, continues to make poor choices no matter how much appropriate instruction they receive, and who struggles to hold it together at even the smallest disruption of routine? Could prenatal alcohol exposure be a factor? if so, you are why FASD 101 exists!ou don't have to face this alone.

For more information contact Susan Elsworth at selsworth@mhai.net

MHAI - Yellow Rose
1441 N. Delaware St
Indianapolis, IN 46202

November

11/16/2019   8:00am-5:00pm

LGBTQ+ Boot Camp for Healthcare Professionals

Topics to include:

  • LGBTQ+ terminology
  • Youth needs and concerns
  • Barriers to healthcare for LGBTQ+ community
  • HIV/STI and PrEP
  • LGBTQ+ community panel
IU Health employees – no charge (sign up in ELMS)

Outside professionals welcome – $50

To enroll, contact Nicole McFatridge – nmcfatridge@iuhealth.org or 317.688.3239

Indiana University Health North Hospital
11700 N. Meridian St., Carmel

11/21/2019   7:00pm-9:00pm

Artspoken: Expression without reserve

Join us for an evening of food, drinks, live performances, and a silent auction featuring artwork made by currently and previously incarcerated individuals who have real-life experiences with the criminal justice system.

Help us reach our goal of $25,000 so that we can continue to serve more than 5,000 individuals and their families each year! Get Tickets

The Hatch
6161 N Hillside Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220

December

12/17/2019   6.30pm

Inspiration Praise-a-Bration

An annual event celebrating transformed lives in our recovery community organization.

Cupbearer Cafe
Auburn, Indiana