NH Recovery Coach Academies, Ethics Trainings, HIV/AIDS, and Suicide Prevention for Certified Recovery Support Worker Credentialling

Suicide Prevention Training – April 1st, 2017 in Dover, NH.

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Just Announced! Recovery Coach Academy in Seabrook, NH; We have taken the five day Recovery Coach Academy and condensed it into four longer days. The dates are April 27th & 28th and May 1st and 2nd. For more information and registration visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/recovery-coach-academy-tickets-32887775221. Sponsored by Safe Harbor Recovery Center, Portsmouth, NH. Seats are limited.

Just Announced! Recovery Coach Academy Trainer of Trainers – March 30th & 31st, Rochester Community Recovery Center. The RCA Training of Trainer program is required of anyone looking to train the CCAR RCA Curriculum. To attend the Two-day RCA Training of Trainer (TOT) Program, you must have already attended the RCA 30 hour program. All participants of the TOT Program should have prior training/facilitation experience as this is not set up to provide instruction on how to train, but how to train our curriculum. These two days will meet from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Cost is $250.00. Limited to 15. Visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/training-of-trainers-program-for-ccar-recovery-coach-academy-tickets-32356050819 to register.

 

Congratulations Keene Recovery Coach Academy
February 20-24th, 2017 – You’re all Geniuses!

Congratulations Seacoast Recovery Coaches!
January, 2017 – Our messes are our messages. “J.R.”

Congratulations Center Ossipee Recovery Coaches!
You are all geniuses!

Who is this training for?

This training is for individuals who are involved in the recovery initiation of others and/or are in sustained recovery themselves and want to become a Recovery Coach or a Certified Recovery Support Worker for people seeking or already in recovery.

Recovery Coaching is a peer-based recovery support service that is non-clinical and designed to engage others beyond recovery initiation through stabilization and into recovery maintenance. Similar peer interventions in clinical settings have been shown to improve engagement and retention of people seeking services. It is also known that long-term treatment and/or recovery outcomes are improved by assertive linkages to community-based recovery supports such as Recovery Coaching.

What Recovery Coaches do:

  • Help to initiate and sustain an individual/family in their recovery from substance use disorder or addiction.
  • Promote recovery by removing barriers and obstacles to recovery
  • Serve as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking, or already in recovery

CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© participants will:

  • Describe Recovery Coach role and functions
  • List the components, core values and guiding principles of recovery
  • Build skills to enhance relationships
  • Explore many dimensions of recovery and recovery coaching
  • Discover attitudes about self-disclosure and sharing your story
  • Understand the stages of recovery
  • Describe the stages of change and their applications
  • Increase their awareness of culture, power and privilege
  • Address ethical and boundaries issues
  • Experience recovery wellness planning
  • Practice newly acquired skills

30 Continue Education credits are awarded as well as Certification status of a Recovery Coach. These CEs can be used towards NHs CRSW Licensure status.