Recovery Coaches and Other Peer Workers are being employed throughout the state in a variety of systems based on the value of lived experience and proven effectiveness in helping people in recovery build lives of wellness. These environments may or may not have fully integrated recovery principles or values, but effective supervision of this growing peer workforce provides a meaningful point of engagement for this ongoing process to ensure quality peer recovery support service. This non-clinical training model was developed by people in recovery, recovery coaches, and people with experience supervising peers in various recovery support service environments. The training is designed to orient supervisors to the skills, tasks, practices & processes needed for effective supervision of people working in non-clinical peer capacities. This online training requires a minimum of two hours pre-work.
Must be in a supervisory position. Application required.