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Courses

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A Psychopharmacology Guide to Medication Assisted Recovery Housing

Please sign in or create your account in order to access this material.As recovery housing providers adapt their policies to support residents undergoing medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD), they are faced with questions around whether to allow or restrict other types of medications and substances. This training provides a practical guide that will help…

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Affected Family Members and Substance Use Recovery

Please sign in or create your account in order to access this material.Affected Family Members and Substance Use Recovery is a self-paced course that takes an inclusive view of family members impacted by a loved one’s substance use, their diverse needs and goals, and the opportunity for them to play a key role in the…

Objectives

Upon completion of of this course, participants will be able to: 

  • Compare and contrast a recovery journey of an affected family member with a person with a substance use issue
  • Describe the history of family treatment and recovery across the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries
  • Recognize the prevalence of stigma and feelings of shame amongst affected family members
  • Describe the shift in family dynamics due to the impact of SUD and recovery from a systems perspective
  • Describe family risk factors for developing substance use issues
  • Differentiate between various family experiences and identify unique support needs
Est. Time1 hr
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Introduction to Recovery Residences in the US

This course offers an introduction and overview of recovery residences in the United State. Recovery residences are sober, safe and peer support living environments that promote recovery from substance use and co-occurring issues.

Eligibility

This course is open to anyone. No prerequisites are required.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe elements of the recovery residence marketplace
  • Identify preferred and common recovery residence language
  • Discuss relative policies given the various service components
  • Recognize key past, present, and future milestones
  • Contrast the different types or levels of support
  • Identify quality assurance mechanisms
  • Describe key governance and leadership roles
Est. Time6 hr 49 min
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Recovery Literacy

Recovery literacy is the degree to which individuals have “the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic information, supports and services needed to make appropriate decisions in support of recovery”. Recovery literacy helps you support recovery for yourself and for others, and the aim of a recovery-oriented program should be to instill the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to develop and maintain a recovery lifestyle.

Est. Time5 hr 3 min
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Administrative Policy and Procedures

Please sign in or create your account in order to access this material.Every recovery residence will have operational features as well as therapeutic features. The principles and individual standards contained within “NARR Standard Domain 1, Administrative Operations” describe the infrastructure of a recovery home. Any recovery residence can promote itself as safe and stable, but…

Est. Time1 min
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Recovery Residence Certification Application Reviewer Guide

Please sign in or create your account in order to access this material.The Recovery Residence Certification Application Reviewer Guide teaches NARR Affiliate certification Reviewers how to assess application submission against best and ethical standards. Est. Time4 min

Est. Time4 min
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Social Model Recovery

This course takes a comprehensive look at social model, a type of recovery support that focuses on ecological, cultural and social determinate of health. Social model programs are where the setting is the service, and social model is the foundation for many recovery services, such as recovery housing.

Est. Time2 hr 37 min
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Curriculums

Browse through our catalog of curriculums, which are a bundle of individual self-paced courses and live classroom trainings. Click "view curriculum" to learn more or enroll.

Recovery House Manager Curriculum

The purpose of this curriculum is to enhances and expands the knowledge, skills and ability of Recovery House Managers, the primary direct support role within most recovery residences.

Est. Time17 hr
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Recovery Housing Administrator

Please sign in or create your account in order to access this material.Table of Contents Recovery Literacy Recovery literacy is the degree to which individuals have “the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic information, supports and services needed to make appropriate decisions in support of recovery”. Recovery literacy helps you support recovery for yourself…

Est. Time34 hr 16 min
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Recovery Residence Certification Reviewer Curriculum (RRCRC)

Please sign in or create your account in order to access this material.The Recovery Residence Certification Reviewer Curriculum (RRCRC) is series of courses that help NARR Affiliate Reviewers understand how to process recovery residence certification applications: Recovery Residence Certification Platform Guide Recovery Residence Certification Application Review Recovery Residence Interviewer Guide Recovery Residence Onsite Reviewer Guide…

Est. Time6 min
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