10/3/2019 – UPDATED TRAINING CLASSES & JOB LISTINGS BELOW!!!
2019 APPROVED TRAINING LISTING BELOW!!!!
Registered Peer Supervisor (RPS) Application
Effective July 1, 2017, all Peer Supervisors are required to meet the new MABPCB Guidelines to become a Registered Peer Supervisor. Please review the new guidelines carefully before submitting your application RPS Application Revised 2019
New CPRS Study Guide
This free guide comes from Rhode Island and is endorsed by the IC&RC for exam prep. Please click on the following link to download it:
NEW CPRS PFD FILLABLE APPLICATION – EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2019
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2019 for RE-CERTIFICATION
CPRS are required to participate in a 6 hour or greater ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY TRAINING CLASS
NEW – Peer Supervision Hours Log
Effective July 1, 2019, this form will be required with all CPRS Applications. PRS Supervisor Form
CPRS RE-CERTIFICATION APPLICATION
Please complete and submit as required. MABPCB Peer Re-Certification Application
MABPCB APPROVED TRAINING PROVIDER If your organization desires to provide ongoing training, please complete the following application to become a MABPCB approved training provider. Educational Provider Application
Introducing the i-FPRS Endorsement Application i-FPRS Endorsement Application
APPROVED CPRS & RPS
CPRS MEMBER ROSTER 9-19 Updated 9/18/19
UPCOMING TRAINING CLASSES
PLEASE REFER TO THE TRAINING TAB FOR ALL FUTURE TRAINING INFORMATION
APPROVED CPRS TRAINING
The following two links will take you to pre-approved training for the CPRS credential. Other training may be found on the Training page.
Magellan Health offers several MABPCB approved trainings. Please click on the following website for additional 1 hour trainings. Magellan Health | Continuing Education
PEER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Genesis Healthcare Caton Manor Center in Baltimore, MD is seeking a Peer Recovery Specialist for a weekend contractual position.
The Peer Recovery Specialist will provide peer recovery support services to Center patients with substance use disorder (SUD) and will assist SUD Patients in achieving sustained recovery. This position will facilitate SUD Patient access to recovery-oriented substance use disorder treatment, resources, and community recovery groups. This position will maintain ongoing SUD Patient support under the direction of the Center Wellness Director and will serve as a motivator, ally, role model, problem-solver, and advocate for SUD Patients. The Peer Recovery Specialist possesses a thorough understanding of community culture to address the barriers to successful recovery, as well as familiarity of external community supports to include social supports, housing resources, and recovery-based services.
Peer Recovery Speciliast responsibilities are as follows:
Work collaboratively with Center team to implement evidence-based services to SUD Patients. Address barriers to successful recovery and serve as role model and advocate.
Conduct active outreach efforts to encourage attendance and participation in recovery-oriented, self-help, and other group offerings within the Center.
Engage with SUD Patients as referred by the Center Wellness Director. Together with Center Inter-professional Team, facilitate referrals to appropriate options for individual SUD Patients.
Help SUD Patients navigate the healthcare system and social service system; may accompany SUD Patients to appointments and meetings as indicated.
Educate SUD Patients about addiction and utilize motivational strategies to encourage treatment.
Provide peer counseling and support SUD Patients in establishing treatment goals and achieving and maintaining recovery.
Work with Center team to develop a comprehensive care plan. Provide accurate debriefing of SUD Patients’ status to Center Wellness Director weekly, or as indicated.
Certified Peer Recovery Specialist I
The Frederick County Health Department is seeking a full-time Peer Recovery Specialist to provide recovery support services to individuals with substance use disorders being served by Way Station, Inc. and the mobile crisis team. Applicants with at least 2 years of long term recovery from a substance use disorder and have a familiarity with treatment and recovery resources in this region are strongly encouraged to apply. Experience in behavioral health is required, experience working with individuals who have a co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder is preferred. To apply, visit https://www.jobapscloud.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=19&R2=000213&R3=0025
Tuerk House has several PRS positions available. Please use links provided and see attached job descriptions. If you have any questions, please contact Angela Longe (email@example.com). Thank you.
On Our Own of Frederick County is currently seeking applicants for the Executive Director role within the organization. Interested individuals should complete the attached application(s) and submit the required documentation as instructed within the application form. If you have any questions please contact Christy Kehlbeck, who is included in this email. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Peer Recovery Specialist position in Kent County. Any questions reach out to Brenna Fox copied on this email. https://www.jobapscloud.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=19&R2=000214&R3=0003#.XL8OAU5jaf0.email
A Peer Recovery Specialist II, Certified is the full performance level of work, in the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), providing peer recovery support services to clients with substance use disorders, mental health disorders, and/or co-occurring disorders to begin and maintain a path to recovery. The main purpose of this position is to assist and take lead on recovery coaching for the parent and/or caregiver and other family members affected by substance abuse that are currently receiving services and/or support with child welfare, in order to support child safety. This position will be located at the Department of Social Services of Kent County Maryland.
Peer Recovery Specialist position in Kent County. Any questions reach out to Brenna Fox copied on this email. https://www.jobapscloud.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=19&R2=000213&R3=0011#.XL8NvIOX93k.email
A Peer Recovery Specialist I, Certified is the entry level of work, in the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), providing peer recovery support services to clients with substance use disorders, mental health disorders, and/or co-occurring disorders to begin and maintain a path to recovery. The main purpose of this position is to assist and take lead on recovery coaching for the parent and/or caregiver and other family members affected by substance abuse that are currently receiving services and/or support with child welfare, in order to support child safety. This position will be located at the Department of Social Services of Kent County Maryland.
MABPCB Information Sheet
CERTIFICATION of MARYLAND PEER RECOVERY SPECIALISTS v2
Integrated Forensic Peer Recovery Specialist (i-FPRS) endorsement training provides educational support for the Certified Peer Recovery Specialist seeking knowledge, skills, and abilities in assisting individuals who have been involved with the criminal justice system. You must currently hold a CPRS certification to participate in this endorsement training. There are no CEU’s given for his endorsement training.