For-Greater Erie & IHNO team together
Recovery Coach & CRPA classes available every month!
Recovery Coach/Peer Advocate Training
Donna Potter Exec Director, CARC and CRPA trainer herself works with the best in WNY!
Attention: In partnership with the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS), Friends of Recovery (FOR-NY ) is awarding scholarships for training to become a Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) and for CRPA Renewal training!
These awards will go to individuals who take their training with a Best Practice Trainer.
IHNO is approved "BEST PRACTICE TRAINER"
What you can expect if you qualify:
▪46 hours of CRPA training (RCA 30 + 16 Hours of Peer Ethics authorized training)
▪3 hrs. Medication Assisted Treatment (MATS/ MARS on- line training available)
▪1 hour minimum monthly - learning collaborative for a minimum of 6 months. Great learning!
▪Guaranteed internship placement.
▪Job placement Assistance.
▪CRPA test preparation class.
▪We will conduct a face-to-face screening interview to ensure that you qualify.
▪We will mentor you through the CRPA certification process.
▪We can assist you with your letters of recommendation.
▪You can obtain certification renewal training (up to 28 hours)
Call for more info & next classes!
1576 Dick Rd Suite 11
Depew, NY 14043
Great Space, Easy Parking, Restaurants
To register call 716-464-3681 or email John@ihno.org for more info.
CERTIFIED RECOVERY COACH & CRPA TRAINING
CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© is an Intensive Peer Recovery Coach training providing individuals with the knowledge and skills to expand their ability to guide, mentor and support anyone who would like to start or sustain long-term recovery from an addiction to alcohol or other drugs. This training has been adopted for NYS Certification.
Who Should Attend the Recovery Coach Academy?
•credentialed addiction professionals
• treatment center support staff, volunteers and alumni
• staff from behavioral health and government agencies
• representatives from inpatient and outpatient centers and sober living homes,
individuals, family members and advocates of recovery
Easy Parking and accessibility
576 Dick Rd. Depew
REGISTRATION: Forms available at IHNO.ORG
or FOR-NY. ORG
WebsitNew York State is seeking qualified individuals to provide specialized peer-oriented services to persons undergoing or completing substance abuse treatment. Evidence shows that clinic-based peer support increases long-term recovery and assures a stronger connection between treatment and the local recovery community.
Learn about our internship program and job placement assistance.
Hurry register now....Opportunity waits!
This training is for anyone who is interested in promoting recovery. It will provide participants a comprehensive overview of the purpose and tasks associated with the roles and functions of Peer led services.