Jun 24, 2021 - Jun 25, 2021
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
A new curriculum to train and equip Recovery Professionals with the skills necessary to support peers in their healing process.
About this event
This a FREE training for individuals with lived experience of drug use/misuse interested in becoming a NYS Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA).
Residents of Dutchess County will be prioritized for scholarships first.
The first 10 hours (via Zoom) are instructor-led with the remaining 36 hours completed via self-paced distance learning. The 10-hour instructor-led training will occur on April 1 and 2 or June 24 and 25.
Once your sign up on Eventbrite, you will recieve an email from the trainer with additional training confirmation details and Zoom link.
Access to the internet with a reliable device is required to participate.
Contact email@example.com for additional details.
This 46-hour course includes these learning objectives:
Advocacy· Pathways & Systems Advocacy· Person-Centered Communication· Trauma-Informed Communication· Role Expectations· Staying in Our Lane· Self-Supports· Recovery Supports· Crisis & Emergency Situations· Confidentiality· Power & Privilege· Power Dynamics· Spectrum of Attitudes · Empowerment· Self-Disclosure· Multiple Pathways· Wellness Planning· SMART Goals· Strength-Based Approach· Stages of Recovery· Recovery Capital· Ethical Dilemmas· Role Plays· Grief & Loss· Vicarious Trauma· Motivational Interviewing