Recovery Coaching: Navigating the Criminal justice System
Invest in Recovery
This 4-day training provides current Certified Peer Recovery Specialists the knowledge and skillset to work with those in the criminal justice system seeking recovery from substance use disorders.
Training topics include:
- Understanding Forensic Peer Recovery Support
- Using lived experience with the Justice System to help others
- Role of Forensic Peer Recovery Support
- Working with those involved in the Criminal Justice System
- Criminal thinking patterns and risk factors
- Reentry and Recovery
- Trauma Informed care
- Cultural Awareness
- Ethics and Boundaries
This training is great for:
Certified Peer Recovery Specialists
Certified Peer Specialists
Probation and court employees
Others who work in the criminal justice system
Questions? Contact Justin McNeal, Manager of Justice Involved Programs
"(This class) helped open my eyes and helped me serve my clients at a higher level. Recovery is HARD on its own and navigating these systems makes it 100 times harder. I now have more compassion and empathy than I thought I had before going through this training."
"it's helped open my eyes and serve my clients at a higher level. Recovery is HARD on its own and navigating these systems makes it 100 times harder. It helps me provide higher levels of care for people, and have more compassion and empathy that I thought I had before going through this training but didn't."
"I thought I understood the justice system, but now I've understand that I know nothing."