CRSW Training Series

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CRSW Training Series

This is a 4 part series running Nov/Dec 2022. Each course can be taken individually, or in conjunction with any of the other courses.

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Addiction Recovery Coalition of New Hampshire 180 Elm Street #Suite E Milford, NH 03055

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About this event

  • 32 days 8 hours
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This entire training series will be offered in-person, at ARCNH in Milford, NH. Each course will be provided by Choices Addiction and Recovery Education.

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PLEASE NOTE THE SPECIFIC DAYS/TIMES OF EACH TRAINING INCLUDED IN THIS SERIES:

HIV/AIDS for Peer Recovery Coaches: 1 day/6 CEUs | 8:30AM-4:30PM | 12/5/22 | $50

Suicide Prevention for Non-clinical Workers: 1 day/6 CEUs | 8:30AM-4:30PM | 12/6/22 | $50

Ethical Foundations for Peer Recovery Coaches: 2 days/16 CEUs | 8:30AM-4:30PM | 12/15/22-12/16/22 | $75

*FULL* Peer Recovery Coach Training : 5 days/30 CEUs | 8:30AM-4:30PM | 11/14/22-11/18/22 | $125

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The registration cost includes:

  • All training materials
  • Snacks and drinks each day of trainig

Proceeds from registrations will be used to support our youth in recovery scholarship program. This scholarship program helps cover the cost of CRSW training for youth in recovery who graduate from our Youth Peer Group program.

We are able to offer this entire training series at a low cost due to generous sponsorships from: Live Free Recovery Services, Solution House, Farnum Center and GateHouse Treatment.

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WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS TRAINING SERIES?

This series is beneficial for anyone who regularly interacts with people with Substance Use Disorder. This includes not only people pursuing clinical addiction/mental health licensure but also community members such as first responders, clergy members, teachers, healthcare providers, holistic health providers, fitness instructors, human resource directors and more.

For those pursuing the NH CRSW certification, completion of this 4 part series will exceed the state's minimum education requirements for the certificate by 8 hours, but at ARCNH we believe completion of this entire series is vital in becoming the most effective CRSW possible.

WHAT IS A CRSW?

A Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) is an individual who has gone through substantial training to become certified to provide recovery support to persons with substance use disorder. The CRSW’s scope of practice includes screening for substance use disorders, monitoring client health and safety, and providing practical, non-intensive supports and education. To become a CRSW in NH an individual must meet several requirements. A complete list of requirements can be reviewed in the ALC-300. An overview of requirements can be found on our website www.arcnh.org/recovery-education. Please call or email ARCNH with any questions about obtaining a CRSW certification: twessells@arcnh.org | 603-554-8142