In Rhode Island, Anchor’s work has become the state’s model for recovery support services due to its successful implementation, steady growth and strong outcomes. To assist colleagues around the country to develop these valuable services, Anchor has developed a program of training and consulting services. Our expertise can help you take your ideas on how to build a bustling center of resources and support for people in recovery from the drawing board to reality.
To start call us for a free 20-minute phone call and learn about Anchor Recovery Community Center, the first program of its kind in Rhode Island. We will provide an overview of Anchor’s services and provide helpful tips on how to get your program off the ground.
Interested in learning more? Contact Michelle Harter, Community Liaison and Consultation Manager, at (401) 721-5104.
Includes: One-day site visit to Anchor*
Now that you’ve made the decision to embark on building a recovery community center, Anchor has the tools that can help you along the way. We’ll share our best practices and hands-on tools that make a recovery center’s day-to-day operations run smoothly:
5-hour site visit plus 2-hour follow-up or 5-hours telephone support
In Rhode Island, as in many states, deaths as a result of opioid overdose now greatly outnumber those caused by car accidents. Our Anchor ED program dispatches specially trained recovery coaches to emergency departments statewide to respond to overdose survivors. We’ll share our experiences and guidance on creating a program like this in your community, including:
Anchor has facilitated numerous Integrated Behavioral Health and Peer Recovery Specialist training for people with lived experience in recovery so that they may better support others in their recovery. Several sessions of these trainings are scheduled each year. We are also able to host private Integrated Behavioral Health and Peer Recovery Specialist training for just your team, in your center or ours.
Group discounts are available.
Through this training you can learn the various ways to utilize the lived experiences of your Peer Recovery Specialist outside of your Recovery Center. This training may include your choice of the following options: