Toward a More Authentic Coalition Conference
Toward a More Authentic Coalition Conference

Toward a More Authentic Coalition Conference


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September 12, 2016


Toward a More Authentic Coalition:



Uniting Three Statewide Peer Networks for More Powerful Advocacy 


Event Date:            September 12, 2016
Time:                      10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location:                Capitol Plaza Hotel and Conference Center
                                Montpelier, Vermont
Cost:                       Free, lunch will be provided at no cost to attendees 

Hosted By:



Vermont Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health
              Vermont Psychiatric Survivors, Inc.


The Vermont Recovery Network



Who Should Attend:


This is a hands-on, grassroots organizing conference for people who have experienced problems resulting from drug and alcohol abuse; young adults and families experiencing social, emotional or behavioral challenges; people who have been psychiatrically labelled; and psychiatric survivors, consumers, and ex-patients.

Join us for a daylong conference combining panel presentations and hands-on, breakout discussion groups as we endeavor to increase communication among our networks, break down stereotypes, and learn to trust one another.  Our goal is to craft a preliminary strategy for collective advocacy in Vermont.


Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be part of building a powerful coalition for advocating for our self-determined needs.


For more information or registration, contact Hannah Rose at


Funded by SAMHSA.            


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