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Aiming for full citizenship for all because recovery occurs in the context of one’s life

Description: This French webinar allows participants to better appreciate and understand some of the basics of personal recovery support. After the importance of hope in the first Webinar, then self-determination in the second, let’s look at full citizenship in it – discover different perspectives on the importance of the relationship to society in personal recovery, and how to accompany people to full citizenship from different contexts
Guest Speakers:
•         Doris Provencher, Executive Director of the Association of Mental Health Intervention Groups in Quebec (AGIDD-SMQ)
•         Eugène Leblanc, Director of the organisation (and magazine) Notre Vois and head of the Emotional Support Group Inc.
•         Marie-Gagné, Trainer recovery component for the Québec Association for Psychological Rehabilitation (AQRP)

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