Recovery is Spoken Here: Recovery Ally Training

The Marshall Collegiate Recovery Community is continuing to offer Recovery is Spoken Here: Recovery Ally Training during this time. We have made the decision to move trainings to an online platform Zoom as the Centers for Disease Control recommend not to hold large gatherings for the next eight weeks. You can still request a training in the same manner as before by sending an email to our Recovery Coach, Jamie Menshouse, with your group’s size, date and time requested, and any special topics you would like discussed.

Up Coming RISH Trainings

We will be hosting two (2) Recovery is Spoken Here trainings in April. You can register on Eventbrite for April 10th, more information will follow about April 15th (Collegiate Recovery Day).

Friday, April 10th |11:00 AM EST

Register Here

Wednesday, April 15th |1:00 PM EST

About Recovery Is Spoken Here: An Ally Training

Recovery Is Spoken Here (RISH) was originally developed by Ohio State University to foster an atmosphere of acceptance and empowerment for students in recovery from addictive behaviors. We hope to encourage our students to live life fully by helping them feel comfortable when asking for help. RISH inspires recovery to be celebrated across campus by breaking down the barriers of stigma and misconception. By becoming a Recovery Ally, you are declaring to students in or seeking recovery that you embody these ideals.

Recovery is Spoken Here is strongly encouraged for faculty, staff, and students who are interested in becoming allies to students in or seeking recovery. The training is 90 mins long and can be provided online.

How to Request a Training

Email our Recovery Coach, Jamie Menshouse, at menshousej@marshall.edu to request a training.

Make sure to include the size of your group, the time and date you want (cannot be guaranteed), and any special topics you would like discussed after the training.