WELLNESS MANAGEMENT & RECOVERY'S 5TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE


The WMR Annual Conference is dedicated to opening an space where individuals have opportunities to
experience personal recovery and wellness. In this open space participants can:

• Discover wellness and recovery through our stories
• Engage in advocacy and activism
• Experience multicultural competency
• Develop leaderfulness
• Participate in experiences that promote greater liberation and freedom
• Engage in shared experiences that promote community building
• Build authentic relationships across human differences
• Achieve personal empowerment through fun and relaxation
• Experience equity through voice and choice

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

• Musical performances on Monday evening
• Labyrinth experience on Tuesday evening
• Treasured Experience Art Show
• Diverse workshops and presentations
• Health and Wellness activities including Chakradance, Qigong,Yoga, etc.



For a full list of conference highlights and activities, and to check for conference updates,
please visit www.wmrohio.org.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

• Persons in Recovery and with lived experiences
• Students • Foundations
• Friends and Family Members • Artists
• Healthcare Providers • Veterans
• Alternative Health Care Professionals • Youth
• Faculty • Researchers
• Community-Based Organizations • Faith-Based C
• Faith-Based Communities



CONFERENCE DATES


Monday June 2, 2014 12:00pm through Wednesday June 4, 2014 12:00pm. Overnight guests can begin to
check in on Monday June 2, 2014 at 3pm.

CONFERENCE LOCATION

BERGAMO RETREAT CENTER
4400 Shakertown Road
Dayton, Ohio 44864
937.426.2363
www.bergamocenter.org

CONTINUING EDUCATION
This program offers 8.5 clock hours of CEUs approved through the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and
Marriage & Therapist Board. CEUs are provided through Southeast, Inc.: #RCS088802

ATTEND THE CONFERENCE

Download this form and send in to attend

SPONSORSHIP/EXHIBIT SPACE

Contact the Coordinating Center of Excellence if you are interested in exhibit space or if you
would like to sponsor the conference.

2014 Sponsorship LetterIRS 501(c)3 letter - Southeast Inc Exhibitor's Form


CONTACT US

WELLNESS MANAGEMENT & RECOVERY CCOE
16 W Long St. Suite 340
Columbus OH 43215
Phone: 614.225.0980 | Fax: 614.225.0986
www.wmrohio.org

 


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