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Published on January 13, 2008

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The Rush Center of Johnson Institute :  American Association of Pastoral Counselors TRAINING November 19 – 21, 2004 The Rush Center of Johnson Institute THE MERGER:  Johnson Institute Faith Partners Rush Recovery Institute THE MERGER THE MISSION The mission of the Rush Center is to engage people of faith in the development of caring communities that promote prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse and where recovery from addiction is valued and supported.:  THE MISSION The mission of the Rush Center is to engage people of faith in the development of caring communities that promote prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse and where recovery from addiction is valued and supported. THE VISION:  THE VISION Champion Powerful Resources of Faith and Science Use Multiple Opportunities for Awareness, Education and Recovery Support Strengthen Prevention Efforts Teach Responses to Interrupt Earliest Symptoms THE VISION continued:  THE VISION continued Promote Education Recognizing Family Disease and Family Resources Provide Sanctuary for People in Recovery Develop Relationships with Community Prevention and Recovery Resources Advocate for Chronic Health Problem, Compassion not Punishment Continuum of Alcohol Nonuse and Use:  Continuum of Alcohol Nonuse and Use Rare and/or Occasional/Moderate/ Problem and/or Nonuse Appropriate Use Dependent Use DRY vs. WET GOOD vs. BAD WINNER vs. LOSER SAINT vs. SINNER HEALTHY vs. SICK/ILL MORAL vs. IMMORAL SMART vs. DUMB How does this ministry help the congregation?:  How does this ministry help the congregation? Equips youth and adults with skills Combines research-based prevention w/ faith Offers hope and referral assistance Reduces stigma and shame Helps members address alcohol and drugs What is Necessary to Start a Ministry?:  What is Necessary to Start a Ministry? Key Lay Person Supportive Pastor Receptive Congregation Community Resources Educational Materials and Tools Technical Assistance: Mentoring, Networking, Area Coordination What is the Faith Partners Model of Substance Abuse Ministry?:  What is the Faith Partners Model of Substance Abuse Ministry? Team of Trained Lay People Members with Special Expertise Work Closely with Clergy Provide Education and Prevention What is the Faith Partners Model of Substance Abuse Ministry?:  What is the Faith Partners Model of Substance Abuse Ministry? Utilize Community Resources Provide Referral Assistance Provide Recovery Support Accountable for Ministry Important Steps for Clergy:  Important Steps for Clergy Acknowledge and Learn about Issue Attend an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Choose and Work with a Capable Lay Person Support FP Process and Training Speak from Pulpit - Recovery Worship Service Plan of Action and Accountability Ask Questions and Use Team for Referrals Continuum of Involvement:  Continuum of Involvement Information and Awareness Education New and Existing Programs Counseling and Referral Team Ministry Institutionalized Ministry THE SUMMIT March 31, April 1-2, 2005:  THE SUMMIT March 31, April 1-2, 2005 GOAL OF THE SUMMIT:  GOAL OF THE SUMMIT Bring Together Religious Leaders Offer Them a Vision Challenge Them to Bring Resources Work Together to Reduce Problems Caused by Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Trish Merrill, Director, The Rush Center of Johnson Institute 2525 Wallingwood Dr. Bldg. 8 #804 Austin, Texas 78746 512-451-9504 1-888-451-9527 email: trishmerrill@johnsoninstitute.org www.rushcenter.org:  Trish Merrill, Director, The Rush Center of Johnson Institute 2525 Wallingwood Dr. Bldg. 8 #804 Austin, Texas 78746 512-451-9504 1-888-451-9527 email: trishmerrill@johnsoninstitute.org www.rushcenter.org

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