Return to Hope
What is the mission of Return to Hope?
“To empower community members impacted by co-occurring diagnoses to achieve lifelong, Personal and Independent Recovery of mind, body and spirit through education, support, advocacy and stigma reduction.”
What should I expect at Return to Hope?
Return to Hope is an 8-week curriculum with each week’s class being approximately 3 hours long.
Each week is broken down into three distinct sessions: two educational sessions followed by one processing group. There are breaks throughout the class time.
What will be taught at Return to Hope?
- Sustainable Recovery
- Empathy and Boundaries
- Disease Process/Treatment
When and Where will Return to Hope be conducted?
A special collaborative presentation of RTH will begin on January 28, at 3:00 pm via Zoom. This class is designed to meet the needs of those who have a loved one incarcerated.
The next 8-week educational session will begin on April 8th, 2021 at 6:00 pm via Zoom
ZOOM information will be shared with registered participants.
Who should I contact if I have questions about Return to Hope?
Joanna Mannon, CDCA
Dual Diagnosis Program Coordinator
Where can I register to participate in Return to Hope?