Join us for a free workshop, open to the community. These workshops are a series of lectures, experiential activities and interactive discussions to provide education, guidance and support for families impacted by a loved one’s addiction. Families can learn about the disease of addiction, what is meant by “recovery” and how one can best support a loved one struggling with active addiction or early recovery.
To ensure the health and safety of workshop attendees, we ask that all attendees please wear a mask. Temperatures will be taken prior to the start of the group and there is ample room in the auditorium for social distancing practices.
Participants are asked not to attend if they have the following symptoms are recently been around someone who has:
Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing
Loss of taste or smell
Join Burr Cook, a member of the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC), the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC), the Network of Independent Interventionists (NII) and The Association of Arise Interventionists (AAI). Burr has also served on the boards of NII and PALM (Problems of Addiction in Labor and Management)
Burr has worked in state licensed inpatient addiction treatment centers and detoxification facilities as a nurse, counselor, program developer, educator and director of admissions. My experience and knowledge of the intervention, treatment and recovery process has given me the resources and skill needed to implement comprehensive, effective recovery plans for addicts and their families.
For more information or a private, confidential consultation, call us at (949) 903-3008 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.