Become a Recovery Coach & Help a Vineyarder in Need
Someone on the island needs your help. In March, you can learn how to deliver that help where it can do the most good.
A Recovery Coach provides guidance and support for individuals in substance abuse recovery. Following the model created by the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR), coaches will learn how to help people explore their relationship with substances, and identify and create the building blocks of a life without the need for drugs and alcohol, all by focusing on people’s strengths, abilities, and resiliencies.
This month’s CCAR Recovery Coach Academy will comprise two sessions: Recovery Coach Academy (March 13-16), and Ethical Considerations for Peer Recovery Support (March 22 & 23). Trainees must attend all sessions in order to receive their training completion certificate.
This free training is made possible by funding from the six island towns and facilitated by Dukes County in collaboration with Island Health Care. See below for more details:
CCAR Recovery Coach Training
Recovery Coach Academy: March 13-16, 8:30am-5:15pm
Ethical Considerations for Peer Recovery Support: March 22 & 23, 8:30am-6pm
Location: The Hazel Teagan Room at the Vineyard House, 56 Short Hill Rd, Vineyard Haven
All sessions are free to participants. Trainees must attend all 6 sessions in order to receive a training completion certificate.
Please contact Brian Morris at Island Health Care at (508) 964-0940 or email@example.com in order to register.