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  • IPAC Hosts Professional Conference on Building Supportive Communities Around Those Affected by the Opioid Epidemic

    IPAC hosted No One Left Behind: Building Supportive Communities Around Children and Families Affected by the Opioid Crisis, a professional conference and town hall Tuesday, April 18, 2017. The event featured speakers working throughout the health and recovery field, including keynote speaker Tina Willauer, Director of Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams (S.T.A.R.T.) of the Kentucky Department for Community Based ServicesThe program is a child protective services program for families with ...

  • Board Member Spotlight: Samantha Shafer

    Sam Shafer currently works as Area Manager with Integrated Services for Behavioral Health, working with teams in multiple counties to advocate for greater access to better care. She received her Masters in Social Work at Ohio University before she began working as a counselor at Bassett House. After a few years, she began working with Tri-County Mental Health and Counseling Services as an outpatient therapist in Hocking County, eventually moving into a case management supervisory position for ad...

  • IPAC Hosts Facilitation Training Event

    IPAC hosted its Facilitation Training Event Wednesday, February 8 at the Nelsonville Public Library. Lead by Treva Williams and Becky Nesbitt, the training focused on teaching participants tools for being better leaders and group contributors. The day-long event featured interactive exercises that promoted different approaches and communication techniques for different goals or scenarios.The event was well-attended by regional professionals across the southeastern Ohio Appalachian region.

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