CRPAs

Our Certified Recovery Peer Advocates are ready to assist you.

How Can A CRPA help you?

The support you need, when you need it.

The main role of a Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) is to provide one-on-one support directly to folks in recovery or struggling with substance use. These amazing peers bring their wisdom, professional training, and personal experiences with recovery to the table, and can help improve your engagement with treatment and your dedication to recovery. CRPAs also help you establish relationships with other community-based recovery resources that compliment and align with your treatment, recovery, and discharge plans.

Here's just some of what a CRPA can help you with:

Being there for you in positive times and during tough times, offering non-clinical support in-person, on the phone, text or zoom.

Teaching you about different paths to recovery, sharing what's worked for them and others.

Helping arrange transportation for important meetings, court dates or job interviews - they can also accompany you to medical appointments, so you don't have to face it alone.

Assisting you in making important connections. Sharing all of the awesome social and support services that are out there, making sure you know what options you have.

Helping out with the nitty-gritty stuff, like filling out forms and applying for benefits, so you can focus on your recovery.

More info on CRPAs here

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Family & Loved Ones Support Group

Around 20 million people and their families face addiction or substance use disorders annually. This issue can impact anyone, anywhere, and it poses challenges for those caring, living with, or loving someone with addiction. Understanding addiction, treatment, and recovery can aid in connecting with and supporting loved ones on their journey. The effects of experiencing addiction second-hand can be long-lasting, making the lives of those closest to the individual difficult and overwhelming, regardless of their recovery stage.

Calendar

Upcoming & ongoing events

Our special events, and our weekly recurring offerings, so help is always close

2-Day Harm Reduction Workshop 2024

Virtual Harm Reduction Workshop 3/28 & 3/29 9:30am-2:30pm
Evening Yoga with Nicole at Mountain Breeze Yoga.
Start Date: Feb. 6th
Every Tuesday, 5:30pm
Open Group
zoom

Use our contact form or email us to receive zoom link: info@mountaintopcarescoalition.com
Every Monday, 5:30pm
Open Groupv
zoom

Use our
contact form or email us to receive zoom link: info@mountaintopcarescoalition.com
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Weekly Family and Friends Support Group

Virtual Friends & Family Support Group held every week on Tuesday

Weekly Men's Recovery Group Monday 5:30pm

Join Jason Shook, CRPA every Monday night for a Men's Recovery Group at 5:30pm via zoom.

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There are many ways, big and small, to assist our organization.