Peer Recovery Coaching
SO YOU WANT TO
Enroll in an approved Connecticut Certification Board (CCB)Training
Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) are designed to support individuals seeking to overcome substance use and/or mental health disorders across the lifespan. The R.E.A.C.H. OUT Project is a community-based organization in partnership with recovery-oriented systems of care as a comprehensive network and provider to service individuals before, during and after treatment.
Carol Cruz, founder of the R.E.A.C.H. OUT Project and RE/COACH founder, Andrew Hersam have partnered together to launch the McShin Foundation Model of Recovery Coaching and are approved training providers through the Connecticut Certification Board (CCB).
The McShin Foundation Recovery Coaching curriculum provides, (50- Hours) of CEUs (continual education units)
to be applied to the Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS), initial certification and re-certification.The (4) required learning domains indicated on the CPRS application are: Recovery/Wellness, Mentoring, Advocacy and Ethics.
The McShin Recovery Coaching provides the necessary learning collaborative and prepares peers to become personal guides, peer-mentors and coached for those seeking or already in recovery.
Peer Recovery Coaches* learn to sharpen their knowledge and skills and serve as accountability partners to promote positive change by offering hope and support, so others can navigate their recovery.
" The Recovery Coach role is NOT a 12-Step Sponsor, Counselor, Nurse, Doctor or Clergy