We will use the space to keep Authorized CCAR Facilitators apprised of any pertinent information related to the delivery of the CCAR Training programs. Please refer to the right-hand side of the page for our policies and procedures. Questions may be directed to us at email@example.com
To become a CCAR Facilitator, click here.
In order to remain a facilitator on CCAR's roster, all current facilitators will have to complete the following by January 1, 2024:
- Current Recovery Coach Professional (RCP) Designation
- Complete a 1-day (5-hour) CCAR facilitator training, sponsored by CCAR
In order to be eligible for the 1-day CCAR facilitator training, Recovery Coach Professional (RCP) Designation must be obtained or made current first. Please contact Michael Serrano at MSerrano@ccar.us for the schedule of training dates and to register.
Once you have satisfied these two requirements, you will obtain Recovery Coach Professional Facilitator status. We created the Recovery Coach Professional Facilitator (RCPF) designation to help ensure a high standard for anyone that facilitates CCAR curriculum and to be ever mindful of the role of coaching in the facilitation process.
What is an RCPF?
- A CCAR Authorized Facilitator who has demonstrated great coaching skills and maintains fidelity during the facilitation process as evidenced by participant feedback and/or an audit of the facilitator’s training.
- A CCAR Authorized Facilitator who has the ability to facilitate any CCAR Training curricula.*
- A CCAR Authorized Facilitator who has and maintains Recovery Coach Professional Designation to demonstrate continued professional development as a coach.
Note:* Having the ability to train all curricula does not mean a facilitator has to train all curricula.
An RCPF is NOT:
- A Core Trainer. The Core Trainer role has been discontinued. CCAR is now the only organization authorized to train new CCAR Authorized Facilitators.
If you know anyone who is interested in becoming a new facilitator with CCAR. you can refer them here: https://addictionrecoverytraining.org/becoming-a-facilitator/
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Policies and Procedures
Frequently Asked Questions
The answer is no. All participants who complete the RCA get a certificate of completion from CCAR. This certificate is the equivalent of 30 contact hours. Participants can use this certificate to fulfill requirements of their local certification board to become certified.