CERTIFIED PEER RECOVERY SPECIALIST COURSE (AHP-342E)
This course will develop competence and skill in peer recovery support and peer delivered services in a variety of contexts: addiction crisis intervention, referral to treatment services and aftercare planning, prisoner re-entry, as well as non-clinical settings such as peer-run recovery centers. Students who successfully complete this course will fulfill the curricula requirements for NJ state certification as a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist.
INSTRUCTOR: Â Patrick Roff, MA, LCADC, CPRS, CPP
Wed and Fri, Oct 6-Dec 3, 6-9 p.m.
(No class Nov 24, 26)
Class begins Remote-Live; then returns to campus 10/27 and meets in room LHT 110
16 sessions: 48 hrs, CEU 4.8
CREATIVE POSITIVE EXPRESSION: SUPPORTING ADDICTION RECOVERY VOLUNTEER TRAINING PROGRAM
Get trained as a volunteer facilitator for the Creative Positive Expression Program (CPEP). CPEP is a collaborative program for Drug Courtâ€™s adjudicated offenders. This multi-dimensional program of expression, including writing, poetry and art, allows Drug Court adjudicated offenders to develop and tap into new avenues of expression. This program has positively affected the lives of hundreds of people working toward long-term recovery and building a future without active addiction. For further information about the course and how to register, please contact Morrissussexcty. email@example.com
Instructor: Eulena Horne, Pharm D, and the Creative Positive Expression Team