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Ohana Family Support Group- Safeguarding Recovery from Addiction and Mental Illness during the Holidays

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Andrea Dressler, Vice president of Community Relations at Akua Mind & Body will be facilitating an online event for Ohana Families on the 7th of December 2021. The topic of discussion will be Safeguarding Recovery from Addiction and Mental Illness during the Holidays.

Meeting Link: https://tinyurl.com/OhanaSupport
Meeting ID: 86543531016
Passcode: 003841
Date: Dec. 7, 2021
Time: 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Andrea Dressler has a passion for ensuring behavioral health services are readily accessible for individuals that are seeking care. She comes to Akua Behavioral Health with twenty-plus years serving in Healthcare with Graduate Degrees in Nursing and Psychology from Washington State University where she worked as a Behavioral Health clinician and community outreach advocate.

She is proud of having assisted that she assisted in bringing services to the Washington State Prison population ensuring a successful and safe transition back into the community for those suffering from behavioral health issues. Andrea passionately believes it takes a village to care for one another and is excited to support all those in need by being part of an outstanding team of Directors, Clinicians, and Technicians that make a difference in every Akua client’s life.

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