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Recovery Education Registration

(Re)STORE: Retreat

Trauma-informed Training and Recovery Support
for Virginia Crime and/or Trauma Survivors

Saturday, June 8 – Monday, June 10, 2024
Montpelier, VA

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ReSTORE retreat activity

(Re)STORE uses Peer Recovery Specialists to facilitate trauma-informed training and recovery support for crime or trauma survivors anywhere in Virginia. The (Re)STORE: Essentials virtual training continues an interactive program of wellness and resilience topics to facilitate ongoing recovery by using a strengths-based approach to empower individuals toward self-advocacy.

Join us and build your community connections! The full (Re)STORE program includes an introductory webinar, a virtual training and culminates with an in-person retreat.

Format: This 2-day retreat is intended for Virginia crime and/or trauma survivors. You must be a Virginia resident to attend. Scholarship to a MHV retreat includes tuition, materials, lodging, meals and reimbursement of 1 roundtrip transportation expenses, if applicable. 

Topics include: Trauma awareness, mindfulness, wellness, resilience

Facilitators: Kevin Kelly, CPRS and Jamie Reavis, CPRS

CEUs: 8 VCB-approved hours of education

Application deadline: Wednesday May 22 at 5:00 PM, or when we reach maximum capacity

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While not required, we encourage participants to attend the (Re)STORE: Sampler and (Re)STORE: Essentials prior to attending the retreat.
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