Drug Alcohol Rehab benefit from C4 Recovery Solutions CORE Conference
Karen and Chris Walsh, Drug Alcohol Rehab owners, attended the C4 Recovery Solutions CORE conference. The conference’s aim is to train and educate addiction treatment professionals, which was the case for Karen and Chris who own Inspirations for Youth and Families teen rehab. In addition, they own and run the Cove Center for Recovery adult rehab.
The C4 Recovery Solutions CORE Conference has evolved into far more than your typical educational seminar. Just in the past 20-years since its inception it has become a global organization dedicated to promoting accountability-based treatment services and increasing access as well.
“The C4 CORE Conference educational seminars have been enlightening to us to say the least,” said Karen Corcoran Walsh. “I can’t wait to get back to our treatment centers and implement what we have learned this week.”
Most noteworthy perhaps was the conference’ curriculum where Karen especially liked the session on how to find qualified addiction professionals for your company.
Another highlight was the golf tournament. Since it took place on the difficult Ocean Links Golf Course it was hard for Karen and Chris to get into their groove at first. Because they had to contend with the course’s high elevations, steep slopes, and refreshing but equally pestering ocean breeze. As a result, they experienced first hand why Ocean Links is considered to be one of the toughest golf courses in Florida. But once they became acclimated with the stunning course Karen and Chris began performing well.
It is quite evident that the conference was a great experience for both Karen and Chris. And they can’t wait to attend next year’s C4 Recovery Solutions Core conference.
About the CORE Conference
The CORE Conference is one of the premier addiction and recovery conferences. C4 Recovery Solutions hosts the event to advance participants understanding of the principles behind abstinence-based recovery practices. The conference is structured as a forum to increase the collective understanding of the addiction recovery processes. The goal is to improve addiction treatment outcomes by better integrating abstinence-based practices and Twelve-Step principles into therapeutic initiatives.