Recovery Ally Trainer of Trainers
Presented by Ahmed Hosni
Recovery is Spoken Here
Ahmed Hosni will prepare faculty, staff, and/or students to deliver the Recovery is Spoken Here (RISH) recovery ally training on your campus. Once trained, your campus will have all the materials needed to deliver a 60 minute training designed to decrease the stigma around substance use disorders and increase support for students in or seeking long-term recovery. Geared for faculty and staff, RISH provides a high level overview of addiction and recovery and what it can look like on campus, an overview of recovery friendly language and the importance language plays in regards to stigma, and how they can serve as an ally to their students in recovery.
Ahmed Hosni is the Program Manager for the Collegiate Recovery Community at The Ohio State University. His passion is advocating for and working with people in recovery and their families. Ahmed received a B.S. in Community, Family, and Addiction Sciences from Texas Tech University where he was a member of the Collegiate Recovery Program and president of the Association of Students About Service. He is currently pursuing his Master of Social Work at Ohio State. Ahmed is a young person in long-term recovery since 2007. He is committed to helping implement frameworks that allow all people access to the necessary resources to garner sustainable and enriching long-term recovery.
Motivational Interviewing: Using the Science of MI For Conversations That Work
Presented by Mary Jane Rogan
“If they would only…stop drinking/smoking, go to class, study more”