Thanks for your interest in participating in the 1st Annual "Where To Turn" Resource Fair for individuals in recovery and/or re-entering the community post incarceration. Scheduled for Tuesday, June 19, 9:30 AM - 12 Noon at the Greenfield Community College Dining Commons, at their main campus, this event will highlight the many resources available in our rural region that can help individuals address their needs. We plan to feature a short moderated panel of individuals in recovery who can share their lived experiences with ample networking time before and after with individuals such as you. Our aim is to create a friendly environment where individuals can explore and share available community resources along the treatment and recovery path.
This gathering also help us identify more targeted events such as a Career and Job Fair, based on what we learn from participants who attend.
Fortunately, GCC can provide tables and chairs, so those will be provided for you. Participating organizations can bring their resource materials, tablecloths, banners, swag and/or anything else to share information with the general public about your services. Set up begins at 8:30 AM so that we will be ready to open the doors by 9:30 AM for the networking breakfast. This is a free event.
To help us further plan for a successful gathering, please take a moment and answer the questions below and respond to this survey by Tuesday, June 5, 5 PM.
If you have any other questions please feel free to email Tess Jurgensen, Administrative Coordinator at the Opioid Task Force, email@example.com.
We hope to see you at the 1st Annual Where To Turn event next month!
The "Where to Turn" Event Planning Team
Jennifer Avery, Franklin County Sheriff's OfficeAnn Deres, Franklin/Hampshire Career Center Tess Jurgensen, Opioid Task Force Jerry Lund, Learn to CopeDebra McLaughlin, Opioid Task Force Ruben Mercado-Lugo, Franklin County Sheriff's OfficePeggy Vezina, Opioid Task Force