Recovery Support Training
Become a Recovery Leader
Recovery Support Training can help you develop the skills to support mental health recovery in your own life as well as the lives of your peers.
What is Recovery Support Training?
Recovery Support Training helps people with mental health challenges to develop the skills to better support themselves and others on the road to recovery. It also equips people to have better relationships with friends, co-workers, and any professionals who might be supporting them. This training provides:
- Self-improvement tools
- A deeper understanding of mental health and addictions recovery
- Relationship skills like communication and conflict resolution
- A foundation for potentially working in the human services field
Recovery Support Training is offered by Fraser Health, in partnership with Clubhouses and the Peer Support Program.
Who is it for?
Recovery Support Training is for people with mental health challenges who want to support others on their journey to recovery and potentially also work in the human services field.
What to expect
When you participate in Recovery Support Training, you’ll attend multiple sessions in a safe space with other like-minded people. Your classmates will be people who are also in mental health recovery and ready to support others. By the end of this enriching training, you’ll receive a Recovery Support Training certificate that could be the launching point for taking further training, or even working in the human services field. The training takes place over up to 10 sessions based on the number of participants.
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How to Join
Recovery Support Training is held at various locations and online throughout the year. Register now to see upcoming Recovery Support Trainings and get connected