Jay Phillips, Executive Director of Seed Sower, a new recovery home in West Virginia, defines a Recovery Ecosystem as "a complex linkage of multiple sectors, including but not limited to recovery communities, peer support, health, human services, faith communities, criminal justice, public safety, housing, transportation, education, and employers.” It may sound like a tall order, but Jay and Seed Sower have had tremendous success by following the principles and practices he'll be sharing with you at this Webinar.
Here are just a few of the topics Jay will discuss with you at the Webinar:
- Rural Recovery Challenges
- Strategic Planning for Sustainability
- The Power of Partnerships
- The importance of early contact with resources to ensure compliance and avoid costly do-overs
- The importance of S.M.A.R.T. Planning: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound
- Revenue Streams and Diversified Funding
- Accounting, Finance, and Fiscal Controls
- The Power of Partnerships and Community Engagement
- Marketing and Outreach
- Mission Creep—What it is and why it’s bad
- The importance of flexibility and agility
Seed Sower provides safe and supervised housing, transportation, and recovery support services to adult women in southern West Virginia who are in active recovery from a Substance Use Disorder.