Who is it for?
Anyone - individuals, organizations, communities, states - can request training and technical assistance from the Peer Recovery Center of Excellence.
What is it for?
Peer support workers have lived experience and use their own recovery experiences to help others achieve and maintain recovery. Peer services can support recovery in a variety of service settings and in everyday environments where people work and live, helping individuals sustain and maintain recovery in their communities and homes. Recovery Community Organizations (RCOs) are local, grassroots organizations created by people in recovery to provide advocacy, support, and services.
Together, the peer recovery workforce and RCOs play a vital role in supporting people with mental health and substance use disorders.
The Peer Recovery Center of Excellence has several trainings and events surrounding peer recovery that you may find useful here as well as a resource bank of published materials.
For more specific requests, please fill out a TA request form. A member of our team will reach out to you within 2 business days to gather more information and discuss your request in detail.
From there, we will offer training opportunities, materials and/or individualized technical assistance.