Webinar: Opportunities in Recovery Residence Housing
As the importance of and demand for recovery support services have become apparent, we are seeing an unprecedented growth in the field of recovery, specifically recovery residences. With shifts in mental health funding and expansions in Medicaid and American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) definitions to better accommodate funding for this critical type of housing opportunities in the recovery residence sector are aplenty. Join us in this webinar to get a full scope review of the current recovery residence landscape and learn how you and your organization might be able to fit in at this important junction of growth.
This webinar is for the new and old: those already in this space and those that are looking to champion growth. For those less familiar with the recovery world but interested in entering this field, you will find this webinar helpful in building a foundational understanding of what exactly is a recovery residence. Learn why recovery residences are such a crucial part of the recovery continuum; learn the National Alliance for Recovery Residence’s (NARR) tenets for creating a compassionate and effective environment for fostering recovery. Hear from Dave Sheridan, the Executive Director at NARR himself and learn how you can seize an opportunity to establish a business that contributes in a meaningful way to the well-being of individuals in recovery.
For those more familiar with this space, get a better picture of the current ongoing, from national trends and developments driving over $40 million dollars of funding to lawsuits shaping statewide regulatory approaches to recovery residences, you will get a chance to get a great picture of the current climate of recovery residences and ask any questions about how this might affect you.
Don't miss out on this chance to learn about the gambit of opportunities emerging in this field.
Sherry Daley is the Senior Governmental Affairs Director for the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP).
Her experience in law and regulation includes engagement in crafting and implementing the state's coverage for substance use disorder; prohibitions against patient brokering; recovery residence civil rights legislation; enforcement of the state's parity laws; strengthening regulation of licensed and certified facilities; and developing new regulations for certified counselors. She is co-author of Kristina with a K: A Rainbow Person's Journey from Addiction to Recovery, a memoir/self-help book based on the life of nationally acclaimed motivational speaker, Kristina Padilla. Daley has a Master of International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Dave Sheridan currently serves as President of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences.
He is a board member and treasurer of the Chandler Lodge Foundation (North Hollywood, CA). He served for a decade on the board of Southern California's Sober Living Network. He is a national speaker and writer on recovery residence issues, with a particular focus on the development of statewide systems for supporting quality recovery residences. He is also an advocate and resource on fair housing issues. Dave graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Cum Laude with a B.A. in Economics, and MBA from the Haas Graduate School of Business, University of California, Berkeley.
Jia Chen is a Governmental Affairs Associate for the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP).
She joined CCAPP in 2021 shortly after graduating from UC Berkeley with a bachelor's degree in Legal Studies. At CCAPP, she works in behavioral health policy, advancing legislative measures that support evidence-based treatment, recovery services, and harm reduction.
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