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Recovery Capital: An Introduction

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DRIVE Consumer Direction

28C Lambie Drive

Manukau

Auckland

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Recovery Capital (developed by Robert Granfield and William Cloud) refers to the collection of community and natural supports that are available to us to enhance our wellbeing. These include social resources, personal resources, cultural resources, and community resources. Recovery Capital differs from individual to individual, and may change overtime, because each person has different resources available to them and we each have our own unique set of skills, experiences, interests and preferences.

This workshop aims to support participants to identify their own Recovery Capital and plan how to grow and maintain it. In doing this, participants will also know how to support others to do the same.

Facilitated by Brody Runga and Rachel Scaife:

Brody Runga has worked in Consumer roles for the last seven years and currently provides Consumer leadership for Odyssey, the Counties Manukau AOD Provider Collaborative, and DRIVE Consumer Direction Counties Manukau. Brody is passionate about positive pathways to well-being, especially through creativity and peer to peer approaches. He views his lived experience of mental health and substance use disorders as a Rite of Passage that gifted the seeds of confidence, sensitivity, wisdom and compassion.

Rachel Scaife has worked in the alcohol and drug field for the past 19 years both here in New Zealand and the UK. Since moving to New Zealand ten years ago, Rachel has worked in a variety of settings over the years but is currently working as Operations Manager for Co-Existing Services, Odyssey. Rachel is passionate about ensuring that clients get the best possible experience, and values lived experience within the workplace.

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