Volunteers, face-to-face meeting and online participants, friends and family members of SMART Recovery will enjoy:
• The opportunity to personally meet one another
• The ability to network with one another
• The chance to share successes and even failures
• The occasion to help determine ways forward for the organization
• The chance to feel part of an international community of people helping one another
The event's meeting sessions range from strategic planning sessions to informational sessions. Topics range from what elements of DBT would work well in a self-help group, to tool training, as well as reports by study groups. There's something here to interest everyone!
For a break in the action, what better than San Diego's salty bay breezes, sparkling waves and matchless natural beauty for a cruise? Enjoy great views of the U.S.S. Midway, Coronado Bridge, Cabrillo National Monument, and the California sea lions that splash just off Shelter Island. The shuttle for the optional tour will depart promptly from the hotel at 2:00 PM on Friday to Hornblower's Dock for the narrated two-hour cruise of San Diego harbor. Those attending should indicate on their registration forms that they intend to join the harbor tour. The cost of the harbor tour is $25 per person.
SMART Recovery is proud to offer a number of scholarships to help defray travel, registration and lodging costs for those who would otherwise be unable to participate. For more information and to apply, see: http://www.smartrecovery.org/
SMART Recovery anticipates this year's Annual Gathering & Convention will prove to be the best ever, with plenty of education, conversation, and just plain fun for everyone. For more information, please visit: http://www.smartrecovery.org/
SMART Recovery® Central Office, 7304 Mentor Avenue, Suite F, Mentor, OH 44060
Shari Allwood, Executive Director. Phone: 440.951.5357. Toll-free: 866.951.5357
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A volunteer based, non-profit, international organization providing free, self-empowering self-help groups and online for individuals desiring to abstain from any type of addictive behavior.