Join attendees from New Mexico to discuss mobility resources and opportunities to support substance use disorder recovery through employment, housing, health services, and regional resilience. Each workshop will include a mix of presentations, panel discussions, and smaller group conversations.
April 20, 2021, from 3-5 pm ET/ 1 – 3 p.m. MT
Workshop 1: SUD and Rural Transportation Opportunities
Learn what federal resources are available in rural areas, existing transportation services, and innovative ideas for vehicle-based transportation, active transportation, and new forms of rural mobility. Register here to attend.
Upcoming: May 6, 2021, from 3-5 pm ET/ 1 – 3 p.m. MT
Workshop 2: Supporting Recovery and Economic Resilience
Learn more about recovery for individuals with substance use disorders through physical and mental health services and generation-specific programs, listen to a panel discussion on recovery services, and join breakout sessions on topics such as service coordination, housing, and employment aspects of treatment and recovery. Register for Workshop 2 at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqcO2urDsjEtcIFcjp9T81_5aB5MQDOYTy.
Who should attend? Employers, community members, and professionals working in transportation, community and economic development, workforce development, health, aging and youth services, housing services, veterans services, and the justice system, and more are joining these multidisciplinary conversations about resources and opportunities in North Central New Mexico. Visit ruraltransportation.org/nm-workshops to learn more. For email updates about these workshop series send a message to NADO Senior Program Manager, Rachel Beyerle, email@example.com.
The series is hosted by the North Central New Mexico Economic Development District and the National Association of Development Organizations in partnership with the Western Transportation Institute and the National Rural Transit Assistance Program. Supported by the USDA.