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Congratulations HOH Class Graduates

We are celebrating the newest HOH Class graduates! Partners and participants from CDAC, Life Management Center, Bridgeway Center Inc, and NWF Health Network came together for the HOH (Helping Others Heal) Class in Circuit 14. This intensive training program focuses on helping peers meet the 40-hour training requirement to become Certified Recovery Peer Specialists.

We are thankful for our NWFHN lead facilitator, Lyn Masslieno, and co-facilitator Senie Thomas from The Department of Children and Families. Their guidance plays a pivotal role in the success of this program.

Congratulations to the graduates o their achievement and dedication to making a positive impact in our community!

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