PACO - January 18, 2022 - General Membership Meeting - Register Today!
PACO Program's Committee has been busy coordinating General Membership Meetings which are held monthly via Zoom during COVID-19, from 12 Noon- 1:00 p.m. We are excited to welcome Beverly Endslow from the Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program (OLAP) to speak with us about the services OLAP provides, mental health issues, burnout, and work-life balance amongst other topics.
Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Time: 12:00 Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Place: Zoom Meeting (to be provided)
CLE: NFPA General Credit - 1 Hour
Registration for Event: PACO Home Page (select News, calendar; select the date/event to register)
Beverly Perfect-Endslow is from a small town in central Ohio and spent her earlier years training as a figure skater and became a 3 time National Figure Skating Champion representing the United States. She attended Otterbein College where she received an honors degree in Business Administration and Marketing. Beverly began struggling with addiction issues in her early 20’s, attended multiple in-patient treatment programs, therapy, and finally began living a sober and healthy life in 2000.She later became a certified a personal trainer, nutritionist, wellness coach, and behavior change specialist and began assisting clients in developing an overall wellness program for their lives.
In 2011, she was cast in the A&E television docudrama, HEAVY, where she coached 12 morbidly obese individuals to develop a healthy lifestyle and recover from their food addiction.
She started with the Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program in 2013 as a Chemical Dependency Counselor. She conducts assessments and provides diagnosis to OLAP clients, as well as providing daily monitoring to law students, lawyers, and judges around the state of Ohio. Beverly has been in recovery herself for 20 years and has helped hundreds of people recover from many different addictions. She sits on the Board of the Recovery & Prevention Resources of Delaware and Morrow Counties. She loves nothing more than helping addicts and alcoholics realize that there is so much more to life than being caught-up in a downward spiral of addiction.