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(193) Jordan Peer Recovery & Bowie State University Peer Recovery Workforce Training Project


Masica Jordan, Ed. D., LCPC – President & CEO, President & CEO


Session/Poster Description: The BSU Peer Recovery Workforce Training Project is a grant funded entity within the Department of Counseling created to train, provide internships and prepare individuals to become Peer Recovery Specialists and Registered Peer Supervisors. The development of the Peer Recovery Workforce Training Project positions Bowie State University to be on the forefront of efforts to address the alarming growth rate of Opioid abuse. The project’s promotion of Peer Recovery as a strategy to help address this public health crisis, is considered a best practice model by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
The overarching goal of the BSU PRWTP is to create a sustainable model for the recruitment and training of an increased number of Peer Recovery Specialists and Registered Peer Recovery Supervisors within the state of Maryland through engaging courses, project-based community internships and an increased number of peer recovery trainers over a 4-year performance period. The project seeks to train 265 Peer Recovery Support Personnel, and will target trainee across diverse educational levels, age ranges and ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.

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