Upcoming Wellness Events

Join us at our upcoming events.
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Employer Opioid Strategy – Greater Louisville @ Ivy Tech of Southern Indiana, Community Room
Oct 31 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

With employed Hoosiers making up 58% to 70% of individuals with substance use disorder and 41% of individuals accessing publicly-funded treatment options in the state, Hoosier employers must be equipped to manage the impact substance misuse has on their present and potential talent.

In February 2018, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Wellness Council of Indiana announced the Indiana Workforce Recovery initiative, a strategic partnership with Gov. Eric Holcomb and his administration to combat the opioid epidemic.

On October 31, 2019, Indiana Workforce Recovery will host a kickoff event for efforts in the greater Loiusville region of Indiana. This event will provide employers with a base level of technical knowledge and resources to manage the immediate impact of substance misuse on their current and future workforce. This is a continuation of the popular event series from Spring 2019, which saw over 350 employers attend events around the state, 96% of whom would recommend this program to another colleague/employee at their organization.

Topics covered will include: science of substance use disorder, stories of recovery, legal guidance on drug-free workplace policies, how to detect use among employees, optional naloxone training and connection to local treatment and recovery efforts.

These events run from 8-2:00pm, with optional free naloxone training from 1:15-2:00pm. They are free of charge for employers. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.

If you would like to learn about participating as an exhibitor, or have any questions about the event contact Mike Thibideau, Director of Indiana Workforce Recovery, at [email protected] or (317) 264-2166.

Nov
5
Tue
Employer Opioid Strategy – Indianapolis @ Indiana Chamber of Commerce
Nov 5 @ 8:00 am – 2:30 pm

With employed Hoosiers making up 58% to 70% of individuals with substance use disorder and 41% of individuals accessing publicly-funded treatment options in the state, Hoosier employers must be equipped to manage the impact substance misuse has on their present and potential talent.

In February 2018, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Wellness Council of Indiana announced the Indiana Workforce Recovery initiative, a strategic partnership with Gov. Eric Holcomb and his administration to combat the opioid epidemic.

On November 5, 2019, Indiana Workforce Recovery will host another educational event in Indianapolis, Indiana. This event will provide employers with a base level of technical knowledge and resources to manage the immediate impact of substance misuse on their current and future workforce. This is a continuation of the popular event series from Spring 2019, which saw over 350 employers attend events around the state, 96% of whom would recommend this program to another colleague/employee at their organization.

Topics covered will include: science of substance use disorder, stories of recovery, legal guidance on drug-free workplace policies, how to detect use among employees, optional naloxone training and connection to local treatment and recovery efforts.

These events run from 8-2:30pm, with optional naloxone training from 1:30-2:30pm. They are free of charge for employers. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.

If you would like to learn about participating as an exhibitor, or have any questions about the event contact Mike Thibideau, Director of Indiana Workforce Recovery, at [email protected] or (317) 264-2166.

Nov
12
Tue
Employer Opioid Strategy – Elkhart @ Ivy Tech Elkhart Community Center
Nov 12 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

With employed Hoosiers making up 58% to 70% of individuals with substance use disorder and 41% of individuals accessing publicly-funded treatment options in the state, Hoosier employers must be equipped to manage the impact substance misuse has on their present and potential talent.

In February 2018, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Wellness Council of Indiana announced the Indiana Workforce Recovery initiative, a strategic partnership with Gov. Eric Holcomb and his administration to combat the opioid epidemic.

On November 12, 2019, Indiana Workforce Recovery will host a kickoff event for efforts in Elkhart County, Indiana. This event will provide employers with a base level of technical knowledge and resources to manage the immediate impact of substance misuse on their current and future workforce. This is a continuation of the popular event series from Spring 2019, which saw over 350 employers attend events around the state, 96% of whom would recommend this program to another colleague/employee at their organization.

Topics covered will include: science of substance use disorder, stories of recovery, legal guidance on drug-free workplace policies, how to detect use among employees, optional free naloxone training and connection to local treatment and recovery efforts.

These events run from 8-2pm, with optional naloxone training from 1-2pm. They are free of charge for employers. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.

If you would like to learn about participating as an exhibitor, or have any questions about the event contact Mike Thibideau, Director of Indiana Workforce Recovery, at [email protected] or (317) 264-2166.

Dec
4
Wed
Employer Opioid Strategy – Kokomo @ Invetrek Technology Park Auditorium
Dec 4 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

With employed Hoosiers making up 58% to 70% of individuals with substance use disorder and 41% of individuals accessing publicly-funded treatment options in the state, Hoosier employers must be equipped to manage the impact substance misuse has on their present and potential talent.

In February 2018, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Wellness Council of Indiana announced the Indiana Workforce Recovery initiative, a strategic partnership with Gov. Eric Holcomb and his administration to combat the opioid epidemic.

On December 4,  2019, Indiana Workforce Recovery will host a kickoff event for efforts in Kokomo, Indiana. This event will provide employers with a base level of technical knowledge and resources to manage the immediate impact of substance misuse on their current and future workforce. This is a continuation of the popular event series from Spring 2019, which saw over 350 employers attend events around the state, 96% of whom would recommend this program to another colleague/employee at their organization.

Topics covered will include: science of substance use disorder, stories of recovery, legal guidance on drug-free workplace policies, how to detect use among employees, optional free naloxone training and connection to local treatment and recovery efforts.

These events run from 8-2pm, with optional naloxone training from 1-2pm. They are free of charge for employers. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.

If you would like to learn about participating as an exhibitor, or have any questions about the event contact Mike Thibideau, Director of Indiana Workforce Recovery, at [email protected] or (317) 264-2166.

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Employer Opioid Strategy – Perry County 9:00 am
Employer Opioid Strategy – Perry County @ Perry County Memorial Hospital Education Rooms
Oct 8 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
With employed Hoosiers making up 58% to 70% of individuals with substance use disorder and 41% of individuals accessing publicly-funded treatment options in the state, Hoosier employers must be equipped to manage the impact substance[...]
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Employer Opioid Strategy – Muncie 8:00 am
Employer Opioid Strategy – Muncie @ Shafer Hall, Horizon Convention Center
Oct 17 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
With employed Hoosiers making up 58% to 70% of individuals with substance use disorder and 41% of individuals accessing publicly-funded treatment options in the state, Hoosier employers must be equipped to manage the impact substance[...]
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Employer Opioid Strategy – Greater Louisville 8:00 am
Employer Opioid Strategy – Greater Louisville @ Ivy Tech of Southern Indiana, Community Room
Oct 31 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
With employed Hoosiers making up 58% to 70% of individuals with substance use disorder and 41% of individuals accessing publicly-funded treatment options in the state, Hoosier employers must be equipped to manage the impact substance[...]