Friday, March 4, 2016

International Recovery Institute
International Recovery Institute training's provide the theoretical basis and ethical standards for services offered by Recovery Specialists.
Recovery Specialist is defined as a professional who provides individual client and family services within a treatment setting and/or client's home community or travel.  Common titles for the role of the Recovery Specialist may include: Sober Coach, Sober Companion, Personal Recovery Assistant, Transport (Safe Passage), Family Support Specialist, Case Manager, Direct Care Staff, etc.
Recovery Specialists work individuals and families suffering with substance abuse, addiction, mental health, eating disorders, process addiction and many other co-occurring issues.
The training provides an International Recovery Specialist Certification by The International Recovery Institute as well as NAADAC approved CEU hours to be utilized towards state and national credentialing certifications. Each training provides 40 CEU hours with an optional 6 CEU hours for 6 weekly consultations. NAADAC Approved Education Provider # 151526
Training objectives include increasing ethics, professional skills and knowledge of a Recovery Specialist.
Training outline includes topics such as:
  • History of addiction & mental health fields 
  • History of Recovery Specialists
  • Ethics
  • Role & Responsibility of Recovery Specialist 
  • Providing Safe Passage (transports) and many more  
March 15 - 19, 2016
Long Beach, CA
April 26 - 30, 2016
West Palm Beach, FL
April 12 - 16, 2016
New York City, NY
July 12 - 16, 2016
Los Angeles, CA

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