May 27, 2020

Hazelden sponsors 5th ‘Recovery 2.0’ conference

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, the nation’s largest nonprofit addiction treatment provider, is sponsoring the free “Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction” online conference June 12-18.

The web-based event will present one-on-one, in-depth conversations between yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert Tommy Rosen and a wide variety of wellness and recovery specialists, including several Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation leaders.

“We are pleased to continue our important partnership with Tommy Rosen, one of the most energetic and thoughtful advocates for smashing stigma and embracing lifelong recovery and holistic health,” said Nick Motu, vice president of the Hazelden Betty Ford Institute for Recovery Advocacy. “As America focuses on addressing the opioid epidemic, we are especially grateful to have some of our medical experts lend their expertise to the upcoming conference on the innovative Recovery 2.0 platform.”

This will be the fifth Recovery 2.0 conference. The presenters focus primarily on the Twelve Steps; yoga; meditation; healthy relationships with people, food and money; and the identification of one’s purpose and mission in life. The conference will feature four video interviews per day and is available for free to anyone in the world.

“Partnering with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is a huge thing for me and the entire Recovery 2.0 team and movement,” said Rosen, Recovery 2.0’s founder and host. “Their unparalleled experience and leading voice on treatment, education and advocacy adds great value for our thousands of conference attendees, and their support demonstrates a commitment to front-line ideas, innovation and holistic continuing care. I’m thrilled about our powerful ongoing alliance.”

For a complete list of speakers or to register for the series, visit the Recovery 2.0 website.


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