Developed by the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR), the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy at COA is a week-long training opportunity designed for those interested in serving as a recovery coach. It is the first peer-based recovery coaching and training program designed for people interested in guiding individuals into and through long-term recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction. The next scheduled training dates are:

Dates: Sunday, November 11th, 2018, Mon-Fri 6:30-9:30 and Saturday,
Times
: 8am - 6:00pm (Sun, Sat) (Lunch will be provided)

LocationSt Charles Borromeo RC Church 176 Stagecoach Rd, Sickerville

A CCAR Recovery Coach is anyone interested in promoting recovery by removing barriers & obstacles to recovery and serving as a personal guide & mentor for people seeking or already in recovery. It is invaluable for anyone – counselors, teachers, health care professionals, volunteers, group leaders, community activists, parents, spouses and other family members – working or living with addiction sufferers.

This is a practical, results-oriented training that will provide participants a comprehensive overview of the purpose and tasks of a recovery coach and will explain the various roles played by a recovery coach. The program will provide participants with the tools & resources most useful in providing recovery support services. It will also teach skills to access vital recovery resources within the community.

Because it is founded on a philosophy of “meeting your addict where they’re at”, this program teaches how to support the recovery of virtually anyone challenged by addiction. Participants will be able to:

  • Describe the roles and functions of a recovery coach
  • List the components, core values and guiding principles of recovery
  • Build skills to enhance relationships
  • Discuss co-occurring disorders and medicated assisted recovery
  • Describe stages of change and their applications
  • Experience wellness planning
  • Practice newly acquired skills

The instructors for this program are Michele Perez and Ed Brazell.  Both have completed the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy and have been trained by CCAR to train Recovery Coaches.

More than 5,000 people across the U.S. have taken this highly regarded training program since 2008 and it is also being offered in selected countries overseas, including the U.K. To learn more about COA-trained Recovery Coaches and how they are putting their skills to use, click here.

It’s an even greater savings off the CCAR price – if you take the identical training at CCAR in Connecticut or at other facilities across the U.S., you will pay $850.

Registration Cost: $445.00 includes the cost of the manual

Early Registration Cost: $345.00 includes the cost of the manual

NOTE:

To register, simply click “Buy Now” below:

Recovery Coach Class

SoberTracker.com

 

 

Welcome to SoberTracker.  SoberTracker is a tool created to help manage the day to day tasks when working or volunteering in the Recovery industry.  This tool will allow you to track all aspects of working with clients.  Following a client through the initial contact to whenever your organization decides that it isn’t any longer necessary.  Every aspect is covered from initial assessment to ongoing support and beyond.  Track all services a client has received and all status notes.  FollowUp scheduling is a big piece of what is need when you need to stay in contact.

The software is internet based and can be ran on your phone, computer and pad device.

If you’re one of those that are using sticky pad, notebooks or spreadsheets then this app if for you.  It will streamline what you do.  Reporting and follow up so much easier.  No more missing critical calls.  Also if your organization does funding this will allow you to track funding request, approvals and payments.

So put away the pad and pick up the keyboard.  Go to www.SoberTracker.com

 

To see more information please click on the pdf file link: 

http://www.thesilentepidemic.org/images/pdf/SoberTracker.pdf

 

   Silent Epidemic has built a place where anyone can Search for any Addiction or Alcoholism Services. Currently there are over 200,000 services.

It is free of ads and there are no selling services on this site. If you are a service company and your service isn't listed then please contact us and we'll give you access to add and update your services..

 Silent Epidemic has built a place where anyone can Search for any Addiction or Alcoholism Services. Currently there are over 200,000 services.

 

 

Seach                     Search Help

There are several ways to search.

  1. Selecting by Facility Name:

 

  1. If you know the name of the Facility or partial name and press return.  Be careful with

partial names because then can bring back a lot of results.

 

  1. Select by Service Types. Please click on Service Types dropdown and select a service:
  2. Buprenorphine/Suboxone. Is a listing of all locations (both inpatient and outpatient) that use

this Suboxone as either for Detox regiment or for maintenance.

 

  1. Detox. Is a listing of all locations that handle detox.  By picking this choice you will be further given a option for:
  2. Inpatient, Outpatient.

 

Also you have a option of Selecting ‘Special Services’ and ‘What type of Insurance do you have’. Explained later.

 

  1. Funding.  Is a listing of places that have funding available to help in treatment or sober living.  Note:  The list

only has NJ funding sources.  If you know of any please let us know. If you’re have access to add services

then please add them.

  1. Hot Lines.  Each state’s Substance Abuse hot line numbers.

 

  1. Intensive Outpatient IOP. The listing of all IOP offices in the US.

  2. Meeting. The listing of Meetings. By picking this choice you will be further give a option for which type of meeting:
  3. NA, AA, CA, NAR-Anon, AL-Anon, FA, Alateen or Family meeting Generic.

 

  1. Methadone used in treatment. All locations in the US that use methadone as for maintenance.

 

  1. Rehab.  All locations in the US that have rehab services.  By picking this choice you will be further given the options:
  2. Inpatient, Detox, Outpatient, Dual Diagnosis, Hospital Inpatient Treatment, Residential

Also you have a option of Selecting ‘Special Services’ and ‘What type of Insurance do you have’. Explained later.

  1. Sober living. Is a listing of Full – ¾ and ½ locations.  Also you have a option of Selecting ‘Special Services’ to select

between Men, Women and Women with Children.

 

  1. Vivitrol/Naltrexone. All locations in the US that use it (Including doctors offices).

 

Searching by distance can be done with all services:

  1. Entering the two State letters and it will search for the entire state.
  2. You can search within a distance by entering a City, St or ZipCode and then click on dropdown

‘Distance’ and selecting a mileage limit of between 5 – 100.

Special Services:

  1. With Detox and Rehab there are additional choices you can made by clicking on the dropdown called

Special Services.  Your choices are:

 

Military, Children, Women, Men, Mental and emotional issues, additional languages, seniors, veterans

Once you entered and selected what you want to search on. Click:  ‘Search’

Other options on the main page are:

Log Out: Take you out of the system.

Login:    This allows you to login add places to your favorite list or edit and add listing if you have those privileges.
If you don’t have one then click on Login and select “I’m New”. If you are someone just searching then all you
have to answer is: First Name, Last Name, All fields under:  Login Information.  Disregard all other inputs.
Then click “Save” at bottom.

MyList: View items in your saved list. You must be logged on.

Edit FAQ.  If you’re logged in and have permission you can edit or add information to the FAQ “Questions and Answers”

Create Listing:   If you’re logged in and have permission you can edit or add listings.

For Edit FAQ and Create Listing: Once you’ve created a login please let me know and I’ll give you the permission.

Search facilities Screen:

Operations while on Search screen:

Goto their WebSite:       Open a window to the facility’s webpage.
No Electronic Submission: Allows you to submit your information to one or more facilities for approval.
Save to My Listing:          Save the current facility to your favorites. (only works if logged in).
View my Save List:           View all the facilities that you have saved. (click on button again to go back to search).
 Login to System:              Login using you userid and password that you create. See: Login above for more info.
Edit Listing and Create Listing:    This is modify or add a service. See: Create Listing above.
Exit:                                       Exit Search Results screen back to Search Screen.

Features that word only while you’re on a PC:

                Email Listing:      Email current listing on page to someone.
                Print Listing:       Print current listing on page.
                Copy Listing:       Copy current listing to clipboard so you can paste into something else.

Outstanding Listings:

Funding:
                New funding sources will be added as they are located.
Detox, Rehab and Sober Houses:
                Most locations are listed. We’re still gathering locations that are Christian based.

Meetings:

Note:  NA and FA are completed for the US.  NAR-Anon will be done soon. AA is being handled but it 
will take time. The remaining selects are being worked on.

Let's face it addiction and alcoholism is one of the top issues affecting our lives today.  Many of our loved ones are hiding their substance use because of stigma from their families and their employers.  The stats say there are 21 million folks struggling with addiction today.

Each day we are losing our loved ones at an average of 241 to alcoholism and 123 to overdoses.

But THERE is HOPE.  There is RECOVERY.  Everyday families are beating it.  This is were we come in.  Those of us that have gone through this know how hard it is to find help.  The:

  • Confusion of what to do next.
  • What's right for our family.
  • Are there any GOOD rehabs.
  • What services are there.
  • Is there anyone that cares.

Silent Epidemic has been helping mend the hurt, frustration and tragedy that comes when our families are struggling.  Families are torn apart by the never-ending darkness of addiction and alcoholism.

We have searched and searched for a solution to the darkness and was surprised to learn that we all can have a role in the solution.  

      

 When we get help we are a force to recon with.  It starts with us.  We need to heal before we can help others heal.

You matter

more than you'll every know.

Recovery is so beautiful

It is so easy to get lost and forget that we are important, in spite of our addiction we are loved. 

Recovery Housing Gifts

Silent Epidemic and 7 other non-profits in NJ have joined forces to help those trying to start over with a gift towards them moving into a recovery house.  To apply for help please visit:

Click to Apply for a Gift

If you're looking for resources then please take a moment to search our database.  It's a tool that we and many others use daily.  This tool has no 800# or ads to lure you in like many other search pages.

There are over 200,000 services listed from all across the country.

Seach 

  • Detox and Rehabs
  • Sober Living
  • Hot Lines
  • Meetings
  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Faith based Services
  • Suboxone doctors
  • Vivitrol doctors
  • Funding Services
  • IOP, OP, PHP

Silent Epidemic is a 501c3 non-profit. We have been in the forefront of this epidemic fighting for lives.  We do many things but our main focus is on helping folks stay in recovery.  This is where we're seeing most of the needless deaths in overdoses.

The lack of services and the tragedy that those going into recovery have lost everything.  Their job, families and any means of supporting themselves when they first come out of rehab.  To read more of what we do please click:

What We Do 

The need is great.  We help fund at least 25 per month into housing.  Fund transportation to rehabs and fund for doctors visits.  All donations are a tax deductible.  Please consider helping us to help others:

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