Addiction Awareness Workshop
Saturday September 30, 2017
Time: 9:00AM – 4:00PM
St Malachi Center
West 25th & Detroit
Cleveland, Ohio 44113-2380
Jim Joyner, LICDC-CS Joyner & Associates
Addiction as Brain Disease
Christina M. Delos Reyes, MD Dept. of Psychiatry University Hospitals/Case Med. Ctr.
Treatment Options: Finding Help
Judy Stowe, MA, LICDC-CS Addictions Consultant–Cleveland Clinic
The Impact of Addiction on Others
Jennifer Borovica, LSW Primary Counselor Glenbeigh Rocky River
Bringing the Twelve Steps to Life!
Drew McAuliffe Ex-Con Prison Minister Employment Specialist
Jackie Krejcik, Certified Lay Ecclesial Minister
What Part can YOUR Church Play in Addiction and Recovery?
Rev. Anthony J. Schuerger, M.Div. Pastor of St. Malachi Catholic Church
Who Should Attend?
Clergy, Deacons, Lay Pastoral Ministers, Religious, Spiritual Directors, Family Members, Parish Members, Community Members, People in Recovery
Jackie Krejcik, MA
Rev. Anthony J. Schuerger, M.Div.
Judy Stowe, MA, LICDC, Chairperson
What is the Samaritan Ministry Program
The purpose of this training is to provide individuals with the tools to help sub-stance abusers and their families who are experiencing problems in their lives due to alcohol and/or other drug use-related issues. The program consists of educational sessions, which will increase participants’ awareness of the possible consequences associated with alcohol and other drug use, deepen understanding of the brain disease of alcohol and other drug addiction, and strengthen the church’s ability to minister to individuals who are experiencing problems related to the use of alcohol and other drugs.
Why Is It Needed?
Substance abuse touches every community. Statistics suggest that 66% of the population uses alcohol and/or other drugs. Of those, 20% experience major life consequences resulting from abuse (e.g. drunk driving, health problems — just two of MANY problems) and 10% develop the disease of alcoholism/addiction. Every alcoholic/addict affects 4 to 5 other lives.
What Will You Learn?
During each FREE session, speakers will discuss relevant topics including:
Addiction as a brain disease
Effects of drinking/using on others
Treatment and assessment tools
12 step programs of recovery
Resources in the community
Tri-Fold Brochure Available
A printable tri-fold brochure is available here: click here
For Questions, Please Contact:
Fax: (440) 385-7643