Passing Recovery to the Next Generation – Addiction Trust Planning and Planned Giving
Tuesday, November 5, 2019 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (Central Time)
In Partnership with Leave a Legacy MN
Addiction and Mental Health Trusts do more than protect and pass on assets. Planning of this nature can encompass and capture the recovery values and practices of a family, and function to pass them on to the next generation. So too is the power and possibility of partnering with non-profits in the addiction space who are shaping a better approach to addiction care and community connection. This session will introduce and discuss the important steps to take in planning for the next generation… and the power and possibility of what grateful giving means for both.
John Magnuson, Executive Director, Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health
John Magnuson currently serves as the Executive Director for MARRCH - Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health.
John has decades of experience in the areas of prevention, treatment and recovery. Prior to MARRCH, John worked with The Retreat (a non-clinical, mutual help approach to the problem of alcohol and drug dependency) and served as a consultant to AiR Healthcare Solutions (an integrated behavioral health care management company). While living in Washington DC, John served as Vice President of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) and the Vice President of Legislative Affairs for the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA). In addition, Magnuson has served as a consultant to the United States Health and Human Services/Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (HHS/SAMHSA), Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Augsburg College StepUP Program, Association of Recovery Schools (ARS), MADD, the Johnson Institute (JI) and served as a staffer to United States Representative Jim Ramstad.
Rachel Schromen, JD, Schromen Law, LLC
Rachel T. Schromen is an estate planning and elder law attorney, and owner of Schromen Law, LLC located in St. Paul, MN. As a woman in long-term recovery, Ms. Schromen is particularly passionate about working with families impacted by substance use disorder. With her legal expertise and personal journey, she guides clients through planning for the protection and security of both their loved ones and their assets.
Ms. Schromen has been named “Solo Practitioner of the Month” by Attorney at Law Magazine and received the Winona State University Distinguished Young Alumni Presidential Award. Ms. Schromen has received the distinction of being one of the Top 3 Best Rated attorneys in St. Paul, and has been named “Favorite Estate Planning Attorney” by readers of Minnesota Women’s Press Magazine annually since 2017.