Dinner Meeting with Speaker: When Addiction Surfaces in Beneficiaries and Client Offspring
Addiction and other behavioral health issues are often referred to as “family diseases,” meaning that one individual’s diagnoses and consequent behaviors impact an entire family system. The assets shared within wealthy families (ex. businesses, investments) add a layer of complexity to an already confusing and crisis-driven situation. High net worth families are not only attempting to access appropriate clinical treatment for loved ones, but they are also tasked with determining how to protect their assets.
Through a series of case studies and examples, Arden O’Connor, founder and CEO of the O’Connor Professional Group, a concierge behavioral health firm, will offer guidance on how to help clients navigate family challenges. Topics will include the following:
·Identifying signs and symptoms of mental health and addiction issues
·Determining whether and how to raise concerns about behavioral health issues
·Creating Trusts that account for the clinical needs of an individual
·Estate planning considerations
The RSVP Deadline has expired. If you would like to attend, please call the council office at 603-228-1231. A limited number of spots may be available. (Your membership renewal should also be completed prior to attending the dinner meeting.)
You may register up to two additional guests via the online portal. The guest fee is $50 per person and is payable by check sent to NHEPC, 53 Regional Drive, Suite 1, Concord, NH 03301.
Please also note that we have a new start time for the pre-dinner networking hour. We will begin at 4:30 pm to continue our efforts to get you back home at an earlier time.
Thank you to our dinner co-sponsor!
Questions? Please click here to email or call 603-228-1231.