Recovery in a Residential Setting


# of CE's: 54

5.5 IACET CE's

The overall goal of this series is to enhance skills of recovery house residence staff working in recovery house settings with emphasis on supporting recovery/resiliency, becoming informed regarding individuals impacted by trauma, and cultural awareness. Strategies will be presented that support individuals with lived experience- including person-centered practice, empowerment, collaboration and wellness care.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define key terms such as Transformation, Severe Mental Illness, Addiction, Co-occurring Disorders and Recovery/Resiliency;
  • List principles associated with providing transformed recovery/resiliency-oriented supports in a recovery house setting;
  • Summarize ways to put into practice the principles of transformed recovery/resiliency-oriented systems of care;
  • Describe how holistic factors such as culture, physical health and mental well-being enhance the effectiveness of supports offered;
  • Discuss methods of communication that are effective in offering supports in a recovery house setting.

Intended Audience:

This introductory level series is designed for staff and administrators in both OAS funded and privately owned Recovery Houses in Philadelphia.

Instructional Level:


Completion Requirements:

Participants must attend entire series and complete a course evaluation in order to receive credits.