September is Recovery Month!

Join the Voices for Recovery:

Invest in Health, Home, Purpose, and Community

 

30 in 30 Video Series

We need you! We are starting a special project for Recovery Month September 2018. We want to post 30 recovery talks in 30 days. Record your own video, sign the release form and send them both to MPN.

  • Posted for Recovery Month September 2018
  • Montana’s Peer Network Facebook page and our YouTube channel
  • 1 video per day will be posted
  • No more than 5 minutes in length
  • Utilize the Recovery Talks format (Introduction, Middle, Conclusion)
  • Sign a release form here.
  • Upload your video here.tro to video needs to say, “Welcome to Montana’s Peer Network’s 5 Good Minutes for Recovery Month 2018.”

MPN is sponsoring two events this year in Billings and Missoula. Don’t miss these opportunities to connect with other in recovery and learn more about Peer Support!

Join us for this FREE, fun, sober event to celebrate the success of folks in recovery — from substance use, mental health disorders, or anything else!

If you are interested in being a vendor or have any questions concerning this event, please contact Lita, Miya, or Shannon at 406-252-2550

Recovery Celebration Sponsored by the Montana’s Peer Network, Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council, and the Transitional Recovery and Culture Program


Registration opens @ 9:00 a.m.

Conference starts @ 10:00 a.m. and will run until 5:30 p.m.

Workshops, Awards, Raffle, & Keynote Speaker

Registration Fee
$20 payable at the door.
MPN Members attend for free!

Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown
S Pattee St Stop 2 200, Missoula, Montana 59802

 

 

 

The Annual Recovery Conference takes place in September of each year. Contact Jim Hajny to learn more, jim@mtpeernetwork.org or 406 551 1058

 

Annual award winners at the 3rd Annual Recovery Conference in 2017:

Best Recovery Oriented Services: TRAC Program (Billings MT)
Robin Johnson Award (Peer Supporter of the Year): Laurie Pope (Winds of Change in Missoula)
Achievement in Recovery: Bob McCabe (VA Montana)

 

Annual award winners at the 2nd Annual Recovery Conference in 2016:

Best Recovery Oriented Services: Connie Griffen (Recovery Home in Helena)
Peer Supporter of the Year: Pat Solan (Peer Supporter at Montana State Hospital)
Ally Award: Sgt. Jim Anderson (Gallatin County Sheriffs Office)

 

Annual award winners at the 1st Annual Recovery Conference in 2015:

Achievement Award:  Jennifer Fauque
Lifetime in Recovery Award: Charlie McCarthy
Best Recovery Oriented Services Award: Winds of Change, Missoula

 

Other Awards

Service Award: Sandi Glenn (2014)

 

And a thank you to our sponsors-