Daryl Pass, KYC’s Manager of Recovery Support Services, was recently featured on Hubbard Helps Chicago, a locally-produced public affairs radio program, featured on 101.9FM the MIX WTMX.
Listen as he talks about the work that KYC is doing to support community members living in Recovery, and about two upcoming events that will be held in honor of International Overdose Awareness Day and National Recovery Month.
Daryl not only leads KYC’s SMART Recovery and non-clinical recovery programming, but he also shares his own experience living in recovery. Read more about his work and his journey here.
Join KYC for our International Overdose Awareness Day Event: August 31st
Join us for an evening of remembrance, speakers, resources, and community connection. The gathering will include a candle-light vigil honoring those we have lost, as well as music and quiet reflection. Find more information about the event here.
Join us September 10th for “Remember. Recover. Discover.”
Join us for this free event to reduce stigma, increase knowledge, and provide recovery support for: substance misuse, adverse mental health, co-occurring trauma, and addictive behaviors. Learn more about “Remember. Recover. Discover.” here.
Learn with KYC this September: Webinar Wednesdays
This webinar series provides the opportunity to more from people with lived experiences and content experts who will provide resources and information about recovery. Let’s get connected to the recovery community! #RecoveryBelongs
2.5 CEU’s will be offered each day for LPC, LCPC, LSW, LCSW, MFT, LMFT, and CADC.
September 7th: Pre-Arrest Diversion and SMART Recovery
September 14th: Medical Assisted Treatment
September 21st: A Closer Look at Denial and Lived Experience
September 28th: Harm Reduction and Trauma
Check Out Our Recovery Toolkit
Recovery is possible. Recovery is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential. Visit our recovery resource page to find helpful tools for people living with opioid and/or other co-occurring mental health disorders.
Contact KYC for Support
Community members looking for support for substance use or mental health challenges can connect with KYC at 847−524−8800.
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