Springs Recovery Connection Training Institute

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When:
July 10, 11, 17, 18 (Saturdays 9am-5pm, Sundays 12pm, 6pm)
August 24-27 9am-5pm

Cost: $520.00 (30 hours)
Group Discounts Available

Where:
1930 West Colorado Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
719-465-2295

 

CCAR© Peer Recovery Coach Academy

CCAR© Peer Recovery Coach Academy prepares participants to be a Peer Recovery Coach. We believe this is one of the best training programs for anyone interested in recovery coaching. Whether you are in recovery, a friend, or family member of someone in recovery, or a recovery ally, this course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to guide and mentor others through their own recovery process. Much like the journey of recovery, this training provides you with a transformational experience…whether you end up coaching professionally, use these services in a volunteer role, or use it to work on your own recovery… you will be transformed.

Call the office to register for the next training.  719-465-2295

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Recovery Coach Training

  • As a result of this training, a coach will be able to describe the role and function of a recovery coach; list the components, core values, and guiding principles of recovery;

  • Use active listening skills, and motivational interviewing as a coaching component;

  • Understand the intersection of stages of recovery with the stages of change;

  • Acknowledge the power and effectiveness of personal recovery stories to move the recoveree along in his or her recovery wellness planning; and understand various ethical and boundary issues inherent in the coach-recoveree relationship

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When:
July 29-30 (9am-5pm)

Time:
Class Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday Classes: 12:00pm-8:00pm

Cost: $200.00 (12 hours)

Where:
1930 West Colorado Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
719-465-2295

CCAR© Recovery Coaching and Professionalism

CCAR© Recovery Coaching and Professionalism prepares participants with new skills and understandings so that they may utilize their coaching skills in an array of professionally diverse settings and environments.

Call the office to register for the next training. 719-465-2295

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Participants in Professionalism training will:

  • Define professionalism as it pertains to recovery coaching.
  • Learn about and develop the various characteristics that a professional possesses.
  • Understand their personal accountabilities in their role as recovery coaches.
  • Learn the importance of the concept “stay in their lane” when it comes to working in a large system, like a hospital, court and/or treatment system.
  • Reexamine the roles of a recovery coach in order to maintain good boundaries when working in professional settings.
  • Have opportunities to practice and demonstrate newly acquired skills.
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When:
August 30, 31 (9am to 5pm)

Time:
Class Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: $300.00 (16 hours)
Group Discounts Available

Where:
1930 West Colorado Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
719-465-2295

CCAR© Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches

CCAR© Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches prepares participants for the unique set of ethical challenges they may face in their unique role of guiding someone through their own recovery process.

Call the office to register for the next training. 719-465-2295

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Participants in Ethics training will:

  • Understand what ethics are and why ethics are so important when preforming Recovery Coach Services.
  • Learn how to stay in your lane as a Recovery Coach.
  • Understand the decision making process.
  • Develop guidelines for making ethical decisions
  • Apply the new learning to your every day work as a Recovery Coach
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When:
June 3, 17 (9am-5pm) POSTPONED
July 15, 16  (9am-5pm)

Time:
Class Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday Class Hours: 12:00pm-8:00pm

Cost: $240.00 (16 hours)
Group Discounts Available

Where:
1930 West Colorado Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
719-465-2295

Peer Recovery Tools for Healthcare-Based Settings (NAADAC Approved)

Peer Recovery Professionals in healthcare settings work to improve healthcare outcomes by facilitating healthcare access; adding value to the healthcare team; and enriching the quality of life for people who are experiencing substance use disorder from diverse communities.

Call the office to register for the next training. 719-465-2295

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Participants in Peer Recovery training will:

  • Act as a liaison between providers and consumers within healthcare settings.
  • Support Peer Recovery Professionals prepare to deliver peer-based services like culturally appropriate health and prevention education
  • Referrals for a wide range of health and social services
  • Assistance in navigating the health services system and in coordinating care and advocating for the individuals care. 
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When:
August 11-12 (9am-5pm)

Time:
Class Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: $500.00 (16 hours)
Group Discounts Available

Where:
1930 West Colorado Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
719-465-2295

Essential Skills for the Peer Recovery Workforce (NAADAC Approved)

Peer Recovery Professionals are role models of recovery values and principles by helping to identify and remove barriers and triggers to treatment for individuals receiving services from inpatient or outpatient programs. They must demonstrate the ability to provide effective services including advocacy, mentoring, education, recovery support, and engage in ethical responsibility. Beyond the application of core competencies, Peer Recovery Professionals must master “essential skills” in order to acquire and maintain employment as peers. This course is designed to promote the development of common, as well as, peer-recovery-focused essential skills.

Call the office to register for the next training. 719-465-2295

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Participants in Peer Recovery training will:

  • Learn and Master Essential skills in order to acquire and maintain employment as peers.
  • Understand people kills, social skills, and communication skills.
  • Acquire other common soft skills such as character traits and attributes.
  • Learn to navigate their environments and how to work well with others.
  • How to achieve Goals with peers.
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When:

Time:
Class Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: $500.00 (16 hours)
Group Discounts Available

Where:
1930 West Colorado Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
719-465-2295

Advanced Ethics for Peer Supervisors/Registered Peer Supervisor Training (NAADAC Approved)

Registered Peer Supervisor Training

This course lays the foundation of supervision in a peer support environment and incorporates Daniels’ (2014) Pillars of Peer Support Supervision, Kadushin’s (1976) Social Work model of the Functions of Supervision, and Bloom (1997), Anda and Felliti’s (1998) work on Trauma.

JPR is an approved training provider for the Maryland State Board Registered Peer Supervisor credential, as well as District of Columbia’s Addiction Professionals Consortium (DCAPC) Peer Supervisor credential for DC, MD and VA.

Call the office to register for the next training. 719-465-2295

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Participants in Peer Recovery training will:

  • Learn differentiating between supervision of clinicians from peer specialists
  • Explaining peer considerations in developing the supervisor’s role
  • Reviewing mentoring and education needed to be an effective supervisor and addressing the models of support in peer supervision.
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Womens

We would love to train your organization. Please contact our office at 719-465-2295 for more information.

CCAR© Recovery Coaching in the Emergency Department

CCAR© Recovery Coaching in the Emergency Department prepares participants for the challenging and rewarding role of a Recovery Coach in the Emergency Department.

Call the office to register for the next training. 719-465-2295

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Participants of Emergency Department training will:

  • Describe the roles and functions of the Recovery Coach working in the Emergency Department.
  • Understand and practice staying in your lane.
  • Develop skills to advocate and educate staff, patients, etc. as a way to demonstrate accountability within the role.
  • Use of Motivational Interviewing (MI) to bring people through the Stages of Change into Recovery.
  • Further develop your art of Recovery Coaching.
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Almost 21 million Americans have at least one addiction, yet only 10% of them receive treatment.