Sneak Preview Screening "The Anonymous People"
Friday, April 26, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Maryland Recovery Organization - "Connecting Communities" (M-ROCC) invites you to a one-time only free screening event of the upcoming feature documentary film, The Anonymous People.
THIS IS A ONE-TIME ONLY PRE-RELEASE SCREENING EVENT!
- 6:00 - 6:30 - Registration
- 6:30 - 7:30 - Champion of Recovery Awards ceremony
- 7:30 - 9:00 - Screening of "The Anonymous People"
- 9:00 - 9:45 - Q&A with Filmmaker - Greg Williams
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Maryland Recovery Organization Connecting Communities (M-ROCC)
The Maryland Recovery Organization Connecting Communities (M-ROCC) was founded in March 2012 and operates as a peer-governed, peer-led Recovery Community Organization ((RCO).
To advocate, educate, celebrate and support all who seek to discover, initiate, achieve and sustain recovery and an improved life in the community
M-ROCC's current staff consists of Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Carlos Hardy, Director of Member Services and Volunteers, Deborah McClung, Director of Programming, Marvelle "Kheninh" Daniels and Director of Information Technology, Regina Sims-Alston.
As a team our staff brings over sixty-five (65) years of professional and personal recovery experience to to long-term recovery to the dedicated to promoting and promulgatating the M-ROCC mission, vision and values in support of building a recovery "constiguecy of consequence" in Maryland.
Trainings, Direct-Services and Technical-Assistance Available through M-ROCC::
Peer Recovery Support and Services
- Telephonic Recovery Support (TRS)
- Care Coordination Housing
- Information and Referral
Peer Recovery Support Specialist (P-RSS)
- Training, Supervision and Workforce Management
Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)
- Strategic Planning
- Technical Assistance
- Program/Organizational Development and Integration
- (Recovery/Health and Wellness) Public Policy and Advocacy
Maryland State Association for Recovery Residences (M-SARR)
M-SARR was created January 2014, as a subsidiary of M-ROCC. Under a recent three-year grant award from Maryland’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration (ADAA), M-SARR operates a statewide “membership association” representing Maryland’s “supportive housing” provider community.
Membership in M-SARR includes peer run houses, supportive/transitional/recovery housing programs, as well as licensed halfway housing programs. All housing providers are eligible to apply for membership in M-SARR.
For more information on M-SARR or to apply for membership please contact Deborah McClung, Director Member Services and Volunteers, M-ROCC via email at firstname.lastname@example.org