Our next webinar in the tHuRsday series:
Becoming a Recovery Friendly Workplace
featuring Abby Frutchey from the Community Caring Collaborative
Thursday, December 12, 1-2pm
Over 22 million Americans are impacted by substance use disorder. 69 percent of individuals impacted are in the workforce. Additionally, 23 million Americans identify as being in recov-ery. Learn about substance use disorder and the recovery process, how to support individuals im-pacted by SUD and that are in recovery, and what it means to be recovery ready. Abby Frutchey, LADC, CCS, will bring her clinical and substance use response expertise to share vital information, answer burning questions, and assist your business in being substance use informed.
Our Guest Speaker:
Abby Frutchey, LADC, CCS, is the Substance Use Response Coordinator for Community Caring Collaborative, where she is overseeing the development of a recovery and employment program. She is a person living in long term recov-ery from opioid use disorder. Her life and career are dedicated to engaging in county and state wide opioid and substance use response efforts. Abby has 10 years of experience practicing as a licensed substance use treatment provider, specializing in treatment of individuals involved in the criminal justice sys-tem. She is a member of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals and National Association of Social Workers and has devoted many hours of volunteer work at the community level on substance use prevention and recov-ery advocacy. A lifelong resident of Washington County, Abby holds a bache-lor’s degree in Human Services Management and is currently enrolled in the Master of Social Work program through the University of Maine, Orono.
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