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CVC306: Managing Residential Recovery Programs

Course Description

The purpose of this course is to impart practical counseling and operational principles for use in long-term programs for the chemically dependent, with a particular focus on homeless addicts and alcoholics.

Course Objectives 

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. To understand issues related to management of residential recovery programs; from structure through management and evaluation.
  2. To examine biblical principles related to addiction theory recovery and treatment.
  3. To explore the correlation between addiction and homelessness and understand how this relates to urban and nonprofit counseling.
  4. To develop clinical skills in the areas of documentation, treatment planning, ethics, treatment continuum and self care.

Syllabus

Course Materials & Tuition 

Textbook materials provided as PDF in course.
Tuition$750.00
Total Cost of Course$750.00  

On-Site Requirements

Interviews

  • Ministry Chaplain
  • Recovery Counselor or Director of Rehabilitation
  • Other staff

Documents/Interviews

  • Policies regarding chapel services
  • Responsibilities of the ministry’s counselors
  • Policies and documents regarding current ministry recovery programs and support groups