The following peer recovery publications are now available, to help individuals and organizations understand the expected professional standards for Peer Recovery Coaches (PRC) and their supervision.
Peers Speak Out: Priority Outcomes for Substance Use Treatment and Services
In this first national examination of treatment and recovery services outcomes prioritized by people with substance use disorders, nearly 900 people from across the country shared what matters most to them.
The Peer Recovery Coach Standards for Professional Practice publication was formed thorough research of evidence-based practices from national organizations, other states who are considered industry leaders in Peer Recovery Coaching and includes recommendations from a state advisory board that consisted of Peer Recovery Coach industry and behavioral health leaders from the state of Indiana.
The purpose of this publication is to set a framework for identified competencies and implementation of practices to provide effective, ethical and supportive Peer Recovery Coach supervision.
The purpose of this publication is to inform the Peer Recovery Support profession, the behavioral health community, the community at-large, along with other interested parties, of the ethical responsibilities that are expected from Peer Recovery Support professionals. This publication is a collection of national research, recommendations from a state-level advisory board in Indiana, experiences from Peer Recovery Support professionals, and those whom have supervised them.