Approved Trainings for the CCAR RCP Designation
The CCAR RCP Designation requires a total of 60 hours of training, including the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy (30 hours) and CCAR Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches (16 Hours). While you can use a combination of our other CCAR Training offerings to make up the additional 14 hours, the following programs have also been approved for the RCP Designation:
The UConn Recovery Community's Recovery Ally Training is a two-hour training program where participants learn how to be a person someone can reach out to when they are struggling to achieve or maintain their recovery.
You will learn the following:
- Understand the complex nature of addiction as a disease and that substance use disorders often cannot be resolved by the individual choosing to stop.
- Confront the myths and stigma regarding addiction and recovery and how its negative impact deters individuals from seeking support.
- Use empathetic language and effectively listen when a person chooses to honor you by disclosing that they are struggling with substance use.
- Define and understand that recovery is a lifetime journey with multiple pathways to achieving wellness in recovery.
- Know available recovery support resources that are on and off-campus and how to access them.
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