Monthly Archives: September 2016

Green Day’s new song “Still Breathing” sings the Peer Experience

Seminal rock band Green Day has a new tune out called “Still Breathing.” The tune resonates with notes of the Peer Experience. Heartwarming, inspirational, and just plain funky is this tune. Thanks, Billie Joe, Mike, and Tre for the tuneage. … Continue reading

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DBSA Albuquerque continues to celebrate Recovery Month through Education!!!

On Tuesday, September 20, DBSA Albuquerque presenters Marion Crouse, Rasma Cox, and Steve Bringe will be presenting “Milestones in My Recovery Journey” to a class of students at New Mexico Highlands University. The focus of the presentation is law enforcement … Continue reading

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Notice: Requests to Observe DBSA Albuquerque Support Groups

Our chapter has received requests from UNM graduate program students inquiring if they may observe our peer support groups as part of their course requirements. Unfortunately, we cannot accept these requests. DBSA Albuquerque support groups are peer-led for peers, and … Continue reading

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Free Public Safety Training on Identifying Drug Induced Intoxication

Crisis Intervention Team, Inc., shared there will be a free training for public safety on Identifying Drug Induced Intoxication on October 21st from 1400-1500 MST, from addiction specialist Dr. Dan Duhigg. If you would like to attend this please contact … Continue reading

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“CCS Discharge Medications – A firsthand review of helping patients fill their prescription” by Michele Franowsky

DBSA Albuquerque sits on the board of the Bernalillo County Forensic Intervention Consortium (BC FIC) chaired by Barri Roberts. The purpose of FIC is jail diversion. This means getting peers to mental health services rather than criminal incarceration. It is … Continue reading

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