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LIVE: Gov. Doug Burgum and First Lady Kathryn Burgum kickoff this year's Recovery Reinvented in Grand Forks

The annual Recovery Reinvented event is being held in Grand Forks this year. Check out the livestream of the event below, as well as a schedule of events.

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North Dakota first lady Kathryn Burgum and Gov. Doug Burgum are champions for the recently created Office of Recovery Reinvented. The office is guided by a seven-person advisory council chaired by the first lady, who has advocated recovery from addiction in sharing her personal story as a recovering alcoholic. Mike McLeary / Bismarck Tribune
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The annual Recovery Reinvented event is being held in Grand Forks this year. Check out the livestream of the event below, as well as a schedule of events.

We encourage you to check back early and often for updates, and if you are looking forward to a certain speaker, join online early since agenda times are subject to change slightly. All times are listed in Central Standard Times (CST).

8:00 am – 9:30 am – Registration, Recovery Resources Expo Open

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9:30 am – Main Event Begins

Keynote: Governor Doug Burgum & First Lady Kathryn

10:10 am – Keynote: Carrie Steinseifer-Bates, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

Naloxone Training – free kits distributed to all attendees

Morning Break, Recovery Resources Expo Open

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11:20 am – University of North Dakota President Andrew Armacost

Recovery Elevator Podcast Stories

Keynote: Philip Rutherford, Faces & Voices of Recovery

Recovery Countdown

Grand Forks Mayor Brandon Bochenski

12:45 pm – 1:45 pm Complimentary lunch provided by sponsors. Recovery Resources Expo open.

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1:45 pm – Afternoon Kickoff

Keynote: Teliea Baker, The Door Recovery Lodge

Recovery Elevator Podcast Stories

Afternoon Break, Recovery Resources Expo Open

3:10 pm – Keynote: A Virtual Conversation with Dr. Bruce Perry, Neurosequential Network & The ChildTrauma Academy

Recovery Elevator Podcast Stories

4:30 pm – Closing

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