The REC is committed to providing valuable support and guidance to the peer recovery workforce, and the supervisors who support peers. On this page, you will find resources from trusted sources to enhance your work.
These are the results of a needs assessment across Recovery Community Organizations (RCOs) in the U.S., including key findings and methods in building and strengthening RCOs.View More
Interdisciplinary Care Teams (ICTs) work collaboratively to meet patient needs, and may include medical and mental and substance use disorders health specialists, nurses, social workers, physician assistants, and nonclinical staff. This issue brief describes how peer support workers can contribute …View More
This tool will help define what peer practice means for your organization, identify the specific competencies, core tasks and responsibilities for the peer support workers in your program, and consider some unique challenges in recruiting, hiring, and onboarding peer workers.View More
This toolkit outlines practical recommendations for creating and sustaining a recovery friendly workplace. Fighting stigma, encouraging employees to get help, and being able to provide appropriate recovery resources are some of the ways to ensure your workplace is recovery friendly.View More