5 hrs | $60.00
Certification Areas and Continuing Education: 5 Hours Total
Addiction has long been defined as a chronic progressive disorder, but typically treated in an acute or short term model of care. The substance abuse treatment field is currently experiencing a shift from its acute care model to a long term approach.
Best practices include Professional Recovery Coaching, Recovery Management, and Recovery Support Services. This more integrated approach is referred to as Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC). It is strengths- based and oriented to an individual’s long term recovery and personal goals.
Recovery Support Services are most successful with community involvement and follow up by a variety of community based, faith based, peer and professional services.
Selected Readings is included with the course. You will receive your materials after purchase.
You will learn about an array of services that are now defined as Recovery Support Services. Definitions, principals and descriptions of best practices will be covered as well as the primary differences between the acute care and recovery support models.
- Become acquainted with the underlying principles of Recovery Support Services, as well as specific descriptions of those services.
- Be introduced to the concept of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care.
- Understand the importance of continuing care and assertive linkage to a variety of community services that support long term recovery.