Classes offered weekly and participants pay what they can if they can. Completion is upon completing all curriculum classes (30 hours) and criteria for the NJ Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) is attained at 46 hours.
Live and Digital
A sequential set of community competencies will be established over time.Topics include the Recovery Advocacy Movement, the Science of Addiction, Addiction Policy Forum education, Peer Based Recovery Support, Recovery Oriented Systems of Care, Recovery Ready Communities.
Project Inventory Spans All Community Sectors.
A host of projects lie in wait and will be rolled out in an order determined by the recovery community at large. These include Recovery Friendly Workplace, Recovery Arts, Recovery Idol, Rescur Recovery, Boots on the Ground, Te;lephone Recovery Support, Community Amends, Listening Forums and a host of others.
Focus on Children and Parents of People in Recovery
Events Include Jared Corona Easter Baskets, HOPE for the Holidays, Tree of Hope