Join Us in The Confab!
An NJPN Exclusive Supportive Space for NJ’s Peer Workforce
Are you a NJ Peer Recovery Specialist or Peer Worker currently working to support others to find their path to recovery? Join us in "The Confab" on Zoom for inclusive community discussion and support.
Last Tuesday of Every Month: 2:00PM – 3:00PM
It is understood your job is stressful under normal circumstances, however the current environment has increased this stress. NJPN cares about you and created “The Confab” to be a safe space to discuss issues and strategies that can assist in your overall health and well-being.
All are welcome no matter your pathway to recovery.
Jenna Reidy, NCPRSS
Peer Workforce Development Trainer
Virtual Sessions on Zoom
Similar to an in person meeting, the goals of these virtual sessions are to discuss universal recovery topics that will guide interactive solution-based discussions and assist in the promotion of self-care, health and wellness.
These supportive virtual sessions are designed for NJ Peers currently working or volunteering in multiple supportive settings. It is our hope to create an inclusive space that embraces and honors recovery allies and peers from all multiple pathways of recovery.
We are hopeful that all involved will benefit from the connection of the supportive community that the “The Confab” will create. A confab is an informal private conversation or discussion.
Please be respectful of all participants just as you would in any other meeting or recovery space—we're all in this together!
Audio can be muted when you are not contributing to the conversation. Text chat option is also available.
If you wish to remain anonymous you may do so by calling in verses using video capabilities.
Attending from a laptop maximizes the Zoom operability but you can also join via a smart phone. Video is optional.
Here's What's Expected
NJPN’s peer recovery support services, trainings and resources are made available and supported by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) State Opioid Response grant.