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REC Trainings Launching January 2024

The Recovery Education Collaborative (REC) is gearing up to launch our statewide recovery support trainings in January of 2024!

Whether you’re a peer support worker, recovery coach, supervisor or someone passionate about supporting others in their recovery, REC is here to provide you with the education and resources you need to thrive in your role.

Starting in January, we will offer CARC required trainings, recertification trainings, and trainings to become a supervisor:

  • Recovery Coach Academy
  • Ethical Considerations
  • All Things Recovery
  • Mental Wellness
  • Equity, Inclusion and Diversity
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Addiction & Recovery 101
  • Self Care
  • Medication Supported Recovery (MSR)
  • Ethics for Recovery Coaches
  • Multiple Pathways of Recovery
  • Supervision of Recovery Coaches & Other Peer Workers
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Upcoming Trainings 

While the Recovery Education Collaborative is preparing to assume responsibility for the trainings and scheduling, please be aware that BSAS will continue to offer recovery support trainings until January 2024.

  • All Things Recovery 
  • Mental Wellness 
  • Equity, Inclusion & Diversity 
  • Recovery Coach Academy
  • Supervision for Recovery Coaches and Other Peer Workers 

For more details about these trainings and to register, please visit the Careers of Substance website by clicking here.

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