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Mobility, Economic Resilience, and Substance Use Disorder Workshop Series

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November 05, 2020
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You are invited to attend the Mobility, Economic Resilience, and Substance Use Disorder Workshop Series. Please join attendees from across eastern Kentucky to discuss mobility resources and opportunities to support recovery, work, and regional resilience. Each workshop will include a mix of presentations, discussion, and smaller group conversations.

Upcoming Workshop

December 1, 1 – 3 p.m. ET: Supporting Recovery and Economic Resilience

Recovery for individuals with substance use disorders is possible with supports in place. Discuss employment, housing, mobility, and economic resilience in this session. Register here.

Who should attend? Employers, community members, and professionals working in transportation, community and economic development, workforce development, health, the justice system, and more are joining these multidisciplinary conversations about resources and opportunities in Southeastern Kentucky.

Additional workshops will be scheduled in 2021!

Previous Workshop

November 17, 1 – 3 p.m. ET: Rural Transportation Opportunities

Workshop Hosts

This series is hosted by the Big Sandy Area Development District, Cumberland Valley Area Development District, Kentucky River Area Development District, and the National Association of Development Organizations Research Foundation, together with the Western Transportation Institute and National Rural Transit Assistance Program. Funding support has been provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.