“Give to Keep” as a trained Peer Recovery Coach. You can keep your sobriety strong by giving support and guidance to others who are newer to recovery.
The Peer Leadership Academy offers a variety of courses to guide you on your path to a career in Peer Recovery Coaching.
“Being a peer recovery coach and volunteer was a real boost to my recovery at that time. Not just that I have helped other people on their journey to recovery, but it continues keep my sobriety at an active level. I can’t keep my sobriety strong if I don’t give it away.”
Course Descriptions, Dates, & Cost
Through lecture, discussion, and role play, you will obtain a strong foundation in the core competencies of a recovery coach, including strength-based goal planning, social support, resource navigation, and building recovery capital. Upon completion of your coursework, you will have a working knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of a recovery coach.
The Full RSPS Certification requires completion of 250 hours of work/field experience (volunteer or paid) with supervision by a Peer Support Supervisor. The certification is valid for two years.
There is a fee for both certificates and for the background check.
Contact Training and Leadership Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.