This New Hampshire initiative is modeled after the National Academy of Medicine's Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience initiative. By submitting a commitment statement, you are joining the Action Collaborative as a network organization committed to reversing trends in clinician burnout. To learn more about this national movement visit https://nam.edu/initiatives/clinician-resilience-and-well-being/.
In an effort to support this national movement, NHADACA has collected statements describing organizational goals and commitments to action. We welcome additional statements describing organizational goals or commitments to improving clinician well-being and decreasing clinician burnout. Please submit your commitment statement below after carefully reviewing submission guidelines.
The following organizations have submitted formal statements:
As the New Hampshire state affiliate of NAADAC, the National Association for Addiction Professionals, NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association’s mission is to provide quality education, workforce development, advocacy, ethical standards and leadership for addiction professionals. We empower efforts in prevention, treatment and recovery. Our vision is to learn, grow, serve – supporting recovery through a qualified and educated workforce.
Substance Use Disorder is one of the leading public health issues in the United States today. Well-supported scientific evidence shows that a substance use disorder is a chronic brain disease that has potential for recurrence and recovery. The impact of this public health issue reaches beyond substance use disorder professionals and across entire communities. We hereby commit to join with the work of the National Academy of Medicine’s Action Collaborative.
We believe the health of the caregiver is an ethical imperative for the integrity of our professional and educational systems to ensure care and safety of those we serve.
Specifically, we commit to:
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Peer Collaboration on the Topic of Clinician Well-Being
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