Duration: 12 Hours/2 Days
Summary: Designed for individuals who work as peers in recovery support services to provide knowledge and understanding of ethical decision making.
Description: Emphasis is placed on understanding the similarities and differences between values, norms, principles, morals and ethics as well as on learning how to make ethical decisions. Other areas explored include: understanding the ethical standards for the delivery of peer recovery services in a peer’s jurisdiction as well as the possibility of differing ethical standards given the location of service delivery including federally qualified health centers, jails/prisons, hospitals/emergency settings, recovery community organizations, etc. The training features presentations, exercises and experiential learning techniques.
The curriculum development was funded in part by Kennebunk Savings Bank through a grant awarded to SOS Recovery Community Organization.
Participants will be able to:
- Define ethics, principles and morals
- Describe where to find the ethical standards already developed in their jurisdiction
- Discuss a format for making ethical decisions.
- Examine and discuss personal values and their connection to ethical decision-making
- Examine one’s own self-care
- Discuss further professional development needs
- Set a personal goal using material from this course
This course has been approved by SOS Recovery Community Organization as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider for educational credits – NAADAC Provider #185051. SOS Recovery Community Organization is responsible for all aspects of the programming.
LADC/MLADC Categories of Competence: 12
CRSW Performance Domains: 2
This class is pre-approved for 4 hours of ethics requirements for CRSW, LADC, MLADC.
Individuals must complete both days in entirety to receive CEUs.