October 30, 2023

6:00 - 7:30 pm | Empowerment Center, 230 North Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY


A New Community Forum Series:

Let’s Talk Recovery

Forums Focused on Important Topics Related to Recovery


Our Topic: Identifying Barriers to Recovery

Join us as we kick off the first in a series of new Recovery forums. This month we will focus on improving the services available to individuals & families struggling with substance use disorder (addiction) in our community.


Let Your Voice Be Heard!

This is a FREE event where attendees will provide live feedback, and together we will brainstorm about how to improve our systems of care. Speakers will discuss community resources and support groups available. Topics discussed will include overdose, hospital services, treatment options, peer support, harm reduction, community resources, and accessibility of services.

Dutchess County Department of Behavioral and Community Health’s OTF Survey

The county has created a brief survey with questions geared toward these topics. Attendees will answer the survey questions, and together we will review and discuss the results. This survey is intended to compile data from members of the community that can be utilized to increase retention, decrease gaps in care, and improve services.


This event is free to attend, but SPACE IS LIMITED!

Please click the button to RSVP with Kristin via email by 10/25
Include your name, phone, email, and number of attendees.

RSVP Today!


If you have questions/concerns about the event:
Contact Kristin at 845-765-8301 x115 –or– kpineiro@capedc.org



Are you unable to attend but want to help?

You can still provide feedback that will help inform decisions about how we can remove barriers to recovery for individuals/families.
Take Dutchess County DBCH’s OTF Survey online today!

Take survey

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