Do you want to make an important impact in the field of Substance Use and Recovery? Become a Peer Recovery Advocate at NADAP and join a dynamic professional team.
The Peer Recovery Advocate (CRPA) work business hours Monday-Friday. Competitive salary and excellent health package including tuition reimbursement, and loan forgiveness program.
SUCAP (Substance Use Centralized Assessment Program) provides assessment and referral services to public assistance clients who may have substance abuse related barriers to work. Program staff members link individuals to chemical dependency treatment and also reviews progress to assist them in recovery leading to self-sufficiency.
The Peer Recovery Advocate (CRPA) will provide strengths-based guidance and substance use recovery support to clients to motivate and assist them with making a decision to engage in treatment. The Peer Recovery Advocate will help clients resolve barriers to achieving self-sufficiency. The Peer Recovery Advocate will work with clients at 16th Street and at HASA sites The CRPA will also provide training and dispensation of Narcan kits to clients at those sites, as well as conduct Narcan Fairs for HRA clients.