How can Peer Advocate help you in your recovery journey?
Peer support services are an important part of the treatment and recovery process. Certified Recovery Peer Advocates (CRPAs) draw from personal experience with substance use, and professional training to provide non-clinical support services as identified in the patient’s treatment or recovery plan. CPRAs may also help those in treatment/recovery in the development of recovery plans, effective coping habits, and life skills for navigating recovery.
Our CRPA’s respond to calls from providers throughout Rockland who are concerned about someone who may be misusing opioids. These providers include hospitals, treatment centers, residential programs, police, emergency medical units, libraries, etc.
Make a connection over the phone with a CRPA and allow someone with personal experience to help you get started today. Call 845-472-iCan (4226) for more information.