Training & Resources
We offer training to individuals, groups and businesses. The Department of Health suggests renewing training every 2 years.
All attendees will be mailed a Narcan kit. If you have Narcan from a previous training, always check the expiration date.
Trainings are available virtually & in-person.
Public Access Narcan Box Locations
Listed as HCTC on GPS
A specialized peer-support program catered to women who are navigating their journey towards recovery from substance use disorders (SUDs).
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.
Drawing from professional training and personal experience with substance use, Certified Recovery Peer Advocates provide non-clinical support services to guide you on your path to recovery.
Every Tuesday, 5:30pm
Use our contact form or email us to receive zoom link: email@example.com