- Engage people in strengths-based, trauma-informed peer
support at any stage of their individual recovery plans.
- Demonstrate active listening, respectful motivational
questions, and treatment of people as the strongest resource in their own
- Provide systems advocacy and guidance to individuals as
they navigate the substance use disorder treatment system.
- Follow up on treatment referrals and assist with
adherence to treatment appointments.
- Provide warm handoffs to treatment providers and/or
recovery support services and other community resources.
- High school diploma required. Undergraduate degree a
- Completion of Recovery Coach Training Academy (minimum
- Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA or CRPA-P)
- Lived experience with recovery skills, support
services, and local community resources required, including substance use
disorder prevention, treatment, and referrals. At least 2 years
working in substance use or mental health recovery services as a provider
or recipient required.
- A valid New York State driver's license with a safe and
responsible driving history. Own motor vehicle, properly insured and
registered in accordance with NYS DMV regulations, to drive to various
- MULTIPLE PART TIME AND FULL TIME OPENINGS