RLM carries a faith-based solution for addiction to people who are willing to change, who need a stable home, wellness skills, and connection to community.
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Train with Laura Lefler, CPSS and WRAP Facilitator, for 20 CEUs in this WRAP Seminar I. Classes will be held at 810 Broad Street, New Bern, NC 28560, upstairs in the small building next to Broad Street Christian Church. Cost of training incudes your learning materials.
WRAP Seminar I introduces participants to the five key concepts of WRAP, guides them in creating a personal WRAP, and offers those who complete the seminar a path to becoming a WRAP Facilitator.
The basic framework is the same for each seminar, but the focus can be tailored to best fit your organization and the populations it serves (such as veterans, youth/children, and families) and their life challenges, including addiction, trauma, healthy aging, developmental distinctions, justice involvement, and mental health.
Train with Terri Sharp to become a Certified Peer Support Specialist. This is a 40 hour certification. Classes will be held upstairs in the small building next to Broad Street Christian Church, at the address 810 Broad Street, New Bern, NC 28560. Cost of training incudes your $10.00 manual.
WHO IS A PEER SUPPORT SPECIALIST?
Peer Support Specialists are people living in recovery with mental illness and / or substance use disorder and who provide support to others whom can benefit from their lived experiences. The North Carolina Certified Peer Support Specialist Program provides acknowledgment that the peer has met a set of requirements necessary to provide support to individuals with mental health or substance use disorder.
VISION FOR PEER SUPPORT IN NORTH CAROLINA
To develop a qualified Peer Support Specialist workforce that has the support, access, credibility, competency, respect and the valued role within the mental health and substance use disorder service delivery system to positively impact the lives of individuals experiencing mental health and addiction challenges. This is accomplished through the NC Certified Peer Support Specialist Program. (source: https://pss.unc.edu/)
There are plenty of ways you can continue to volunteer your time and efforts to make the world a better place—even from the comfort of your home or inside the warmth of an organization! Check out these eight opportunities to give back during the winter.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. helped make the world a better place and advocated for equal rights for everyone. Use MLK Day as a time to honor his legacy by giving back or doing something good for somebody else.
With a new year comes new opportunities to give back and do more good. Remember that there’s never a bad time to start giving back. Even if you fall off track, there’s always time to get back in the saddle.