A Declaration of our INTERDEPENDENCE – Covid-19’s IMPACT on Substance Use and Mental Health

With Pastor Greg Delaney
Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at 4:00 CST 5:00 EST

Join us for the Zoominar presentation “A Declaration of our INTERDEPENDENCE – Covid-19’s IMPACT on Substance Use and Mental Health.” Presented by Pastor Greg Delaney, the Community Engagement Liaison at Woodhaven Residential Treatment Center.

Via Zoom – Session: 60 minutes
Registration fee: $10 member, $20 non-members
Participants will receive a Certificate of Participation
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HMA is charging a nominal fee so we can continue to provide high quality professional speakers.
Please note that after registering, you will receive an invoice email. After payment you will be emailed the link to the Zoominar. It’s very important that you save and use that link for entry into the Zoominar. 

BIO: Pastor Greg Delaney serves as the Executive Director of Partners in Recovery, a non-profit dedicated to the expansion of faith-based RECOVERY CAPITAL and services in OHIO. Greg also works as a COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT specialist for Statewide Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center, WOODHAVEN, while also serving as a member of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s RECOVERYOHIO Advisory Council where he champions the efforts of the FAITH/RECOVERY community in Ohio. Greg has also been BLESSED to serve as a local advocate, educator, and facilitator for faith-based recovery efforts of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Additionally, Pastor Greg continues to serve as HOPE DIRECTOR for Ohio Non-Profit Reach for Tomorrow Ohio where he works to educate communities as to substance use disorder’s community impact and how to respond with evidence-based solutions.  Pastor Greg also plans to open a first of its kind holistic faith-based Medication Assisted Treatment outpatient recovery clinic (The Delaney Center) in Troy Ohio in 2021.

Due to his network and experience as both one in long-term recovery and one who has served those seeking recovery for 12+ years, Pastor Greg serves and consults on several boards including the Ohio Citizens for Advocacy and Addiction Recovery, The Faith and Addiction Center in Minnesota, Foundations for Recovery in Las Vegas Nevada, and the Faith Leadership Academy in Atlanta Georgia.

He is a 1988 graduate of Wright State University with a B.S. in Marketing and has been married to his wife Dr. Elizabeth Delaney for over 30 years and is father to Hillary, Samantha, and Ian.