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Recovery Supportive Workplace: Peer Support for Employees with Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders
The presentation will cover the basics of Peer Support, including service delivery in the state of Ohio and specific programming at Thrive Peer Support.

We will also cover how Peer Support services can integrate into recovery supportive workplaces and reduce employer costs related to mental health and substance use disorders.

Approved for HRCI & SHRM credit.

Presented by Thrive Peer Support.

Jun 9, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Brian Bailys
CEO @Thrive Peer Support
In early 2018, Brian formed a partnership with Thrive Behavioral Health/Thrive Peer Support. This has allowed Thrive to provide peer support to Medicaid eligible patients across NE Ohio and serve as advocates on behalf of those recovery. Brian has spoken on various opiate and recovery related panels and been a part of multiple opiate and behavioral health task forces in Ohio. Brian advocates for the individual in recovery and their families. Find Brian's full bio at ThrivePeerSupport.org.
MacKenzie Phillips
Director of Project Management @Thrive Peer Support
MacKenzie Phillips, MPH is the Director of Project Management at Thrive Peer Support. MacKenzie graduated with her Master of Public Health degree from the University of Arkansas for the Medical Sciences (2013) and an Honors Degree in Kinesiology from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (2010). MacKenzie is a graduate of the Partners in Education, Evaluation, and Research (PEER) Fellowship program at Case Western Reserve University, which aimed to advance research initiatives in community organizations. Through this fellowship MacKenzie developed a passion for research development and implementation. She served as the Principal Investigator on a research project in 2016 and achieved her first co-authored publication in 2019. Find MacKenzie's full bio at ThrivePeerSupport.org.