This session also:
- Defines recovery capital and identifies its significance to sustained recovery.
- Identifies goal-setting tools to use while supporting people in recovery in varied contexts.
Linda Sarage, M.Ed., M.A., has extensive experience developing and implementing recovery planning for PRSS programs in criminal justice settings. Linda has been in recovery for over 35 years and is a passionate advocate for the peer recovery movement. She is former Director of the RECOVER Project, a peer recovery support center in Greenfield, Massachusetts. She has supported recovery coaching statewide with the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) and is a lead trainer for the Recovery Coach Academy and Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches. She provides technical assistance to recovery community organizations locally and nationally. Linda is the Director of the Addiction Recovery Coach Certificate program at Westfield State University in Westfield, Massachusetts.
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