Recovery Oriented Systems of Care
When: July 13, 2018
Where: Lottie Beal Gibson Center of Excellence
130 Industrial Drive, Greenville, SC 29607
Training: Recovery Oriented Systems of Care
Presenter: Nathan Tate, MSW, MA, LMSW, LCAS, MAC, CCS, CPSS
Time: Registration: 12:30 PM
Class: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Credit: 3 Hours
Audience: Substance Use Disorders - Individuals, Families, Helping Professionals, Recovery Service Providers, and Communities
Description: This training is an introduction of the ROSC history, development, and theory. They will discuss the influence and precursors of ROSC including William White, Pat Deegan, and Carl Jung. You will discover how ROSC relates to the Macro and Micro Environment. You will then explore ROSC from a Clinical, Social, Cultural, and Policy Prospective. Finally, you will find out where YOU play a part in an ongoing, unfolding, and ever evolving ROSC!
Objectives: At the end of this training participants will be able to:
1. Understand the history and development of ROSC initiatives.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of the potential of ROSC in various settings.
3. Develop critical skills and competence for implementing ROSC.
Nathan Tate, MSW, MA, LMSW, LCAS, MAC, CCS, CPSS, is gifted with a strong passion in life for connecting, advocating, educating, and supporting the development and practice of long-term recovery and wholehearted living. Nathan believes our pathways toward progress are broad and inclusive. Nathan’s work as a Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, and Professor of Practice at the University of South Carolina, involves helping others discover ways of empowering themselves through peer-driven, evidenced-based, person-centered, and solution-focused methods. He works with others, discovering common goals of improving mental, physical, spiritual wellness & health. Helping individuals, families, and communities achieve and explore their own journey towards purpose-driven, meaningful, and rewarding living. Nate seeks rewarding and challenging opportunities to contribute and discover knowledge, skills, and lived-experience.
“Guiding individuals, communities, and organizations along a continuum of change by identifying and meeting their own goals through productivity, accomplishment, actualization, and fulfillment...for me, that’s what it’s all about.”