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April 2019

Supervision as Key to Ethical Practice

April 25 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am

Most of us run into multiple ethical dilemmas in our jobs. Yet, there is no “cookbook” of what to do in every ethical dilemma. For that reason, it is important to explore key supports needed to maintain ethical practice across our careers. One of the most important supports to ethical practice is good supervision. Whether you are a supervisor or a person who wants to know what kind of supervision to ask for, come and explore with peers how supervision…

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May 2019

20th Anniversary Spring Spectacular

May 9 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

For the past 20 years, your support of Oaklawn’s Spring Spectacular has shone a light on mental illness and addiction, breaking down stigma and empowering others to seek help and tell their stories. We have listened to astronauts, movie stars, authors, athletes and musicians share their experiences, and in turn, we have learned to better understand ourselves and those around us. With your support, Oaklawn has been able to expand services, offer new preventative programs, strengthen partnerships and chip away…

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Loving your incarcerated neighbor

May 16 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Explore how faith communities can support those re-entering society after incarceration at our morning seminar, “Loving Our Incarcerated Neighbor,” featuring Cory and Shannan Martin of Goshen. The Martins will share their personal journey of becoming servant-advocates for incarcerated people, which began with their son Robert. The seminar will explore false presumptions about incarceration, practical ways to serve those who are incarcerated or re-entering society and building relationships, with special focus on boundaries, burn-out and including your children in this ministry.…

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Collaborate & Listen: A one-day seminar on contemporary approaches to substance use including prevention, treatment and recovery coaches.

May 23 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

About the program In the U.S., more than 130 people die from an opioid overdose every day. The crisis has been declared a Public Health Emergency, with more than 300,000 dead since 2000. In the midst of this national crisis, our community must work together to combat the problem from every angle. Oaklawn invites you to join us for Collaborate & Listen a one-day conference held twice on May 23 & May 24 at the Kroc Center in South Bend…

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Collaborate & Listen: A one-day seminar on contemporary approaches to substance use including prevention, treatment and recovery coaches.

May 24 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

About the program In the U.S., more than 130 people die from an opioid overdose every day. The crisis has been declared a Public Health Emergency, with more than 300,000 dead since 2000. In the midst of this national crisis, our community must work together to combat the problem from every angle. Oaklawn invites you to join us for Collaborate & Listen a one-day conference held twice on May 23 & May 24 at the Kroc Center in South Bend…

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