WHO IS THE TRAINING AIMED AT?
Individuals who are interested in deepening their own recovery.
Family and friends of loved ones who struggle with unhealthy relationships, addictive behaviours, or substance use disorders.
People passionate about helping others to move forward in recovery and wellness.
Community leaders who want to empower and support those in their areas who are ready to change their addictive behaviour or substance use disorders.
We believe that a small, co-learning environment creates a safe space where people can share around issues of addiction and together build 'recovery capital' - the mental, emotional, social, spiritual, and physical resources needed to create a better, happier, and more fulfilling life.
Peer recovery programs act as empowerment catalysts, guiding a culture of recovery and supporting both the individual’s and the group’s goals and decisions. Our program enables learning and growth through a combination of expert and peer-based facilitation, education, and coaching.
Although the training is based on UACT’s Recovery Coaching material, it is applied in a way that invites everyone present to reflect on recovery support in a way that is most appropriate to the conversations they are having about recovery.