LGLC provides forward-looking training, curriculum development, and writing services across substance use disciplines.
Recent LGLC curriculum development projects include:
NH Governor's Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative: Development of a four-part training series for NH businesses
The Art & Science of Peer-Assisted Recovery: Development of a 30-hour fundamentals training for peer recovery support services providers on behalf of SOS Recovery Community Organization.
Our Stories Have Power: Revision & development of the iconic recovery messaging training from Faces & Voices of Recovery
Harm Reduction 101 For Substance Use Professionals: Developed and delivered by LGLC, this one-day interactive training explores harm reduction concepts and principles alongside participants of all backgrounds and professions.
Recovery Coaching a Harm Reduction Pathway©Developed and managed by LGLC, this 3-day interactive training orients peer recovery support services providers to harm reduction concepts and principles.
Dean LeMire is owner and principal at LGLC. In his various roles across the substance use disorder continuum of care Dean has facilitated expansion of improved, person-centered, and community-based service delivery. In New Hampshire, Dean was instrumental in forming a statewide network of Recovery Community Organizations, as well as a statewide network of harm reduction service programs as a founding board member of the New Hampshire Harm Reduction Coalition and as co-founder of Hand Up Health Services, a multi-county syringe services program. Dean has trained recovery coaches since 2016 and co-developed Recovery Coaching a Harm Reduction Pathway© with Jim Wuelfing in 2019.
Photo Credit: NH Charitable Foundation
Dean is a person in self-defined recovery from substance use disorders and bipolar disorder.