Life in recovery is about prioritizing one’s health while adapting to challenges and change. It’s about connecting with a supportive community, embracing new roles and creating new health behaviors. But how do you sustain those behaviors to achieve a healthy mind and body? That’s where Whole Health Action Management (WHAM) comes in.
WHAM training is a peer-led opportunity for people with chronic physical and behavioral health conditions to collaborate and develop person-centered health plans based on 10 science-based factors. As a train-the-facilitator program, participants are also instructed on how to be a WHAM facilitator and equipped with the tools needed to take the training back to clients and peers.
Join the National Council for Behavioral Health for the next WHAM Regional Training in Tucson, Arizona on February 26-27, 2018 at a discounted rate of $450 per facilitator. Registration can be found here.