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Training Institute

From Mental Health First Aid and HIV to Gambling Trainings and Suicide Prevention, we are your source for continuing education in behavioral health. Our courses are certified for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and where appropriate, other certifications.

For more information on our gambling training services, please see our Gambling CEUs


Training Institute

At Recovery Resources, we are your partner in high quality training and education. We offer education and training to ensure professionals, the general community and workplaces are prepared to address issues and concerns related to mental health and substance use.

Custom trainings for Continuing Education, Community Education and Work Place Training are available by request.

Continuing Education | Clinical Trainings

Our continuing education program offers credits for the following types of professionals:

  • Counselors (RCX029002)
  • Social Workers (RSX069001)
  • Chemical Dependency Counselors
  • Preventionist

Many trainings are also available for nursing and health education CEUs.  For more information regarding these types of CEUs, contact Ashley Hartman at ahartman@recres.org and 216-431-4131 ext. 1108.

  • Clinical Trainings

    Practical Application of Ethics in Clinical Practice

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    Discuss several avenues of ethics in clinical practice. Learn relevant codes of ethics pertaining to clinical licensure, and have the opportunity to discuss and process several cases with a group of licensed professionals.
     
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    Clinical Competencies

    1.5 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    Learn how a “client-centered” approach differs from more traditional models of care, why this is important for effective care, and how to engage with the client in a “client-centered” manner.
     

    Practical Application of Solution Focused Brief Therapy in Behavioral Health

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    This is an introduction to the core principles of Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT). Become familiar with assessment tools and the counselor and client roles in the SFBT model.
     

    The American Society of Addiction Medicine Criteria and its Role in Behavioral Healthcare

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    Learn best practices for the utilization of the ASAM Criteria and its relevance throughout the treatment continuum. Use the criteria to work through a comprehensive multidimensional assessment and person-centered treatment plan. 
     

    Question, Persuade, Refer

    1.5 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    Question, Persuade, Refer - Three simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone for help.
     
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    Cultural Humility

    Moving Beyond Cultural Competence to Cultural Humility

    1 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals | Also available in home study format.
    Explore the difference between cultural competency and cultural humility. Learn the definitions of each term, and why clinical and prevention professionals are moving more toward the use of cultural humility in their work.
     
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    Exploring Unconscious Bias

    1 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals | Also available in home study format.
    We will explore our own unconscious bias, and how to reduce these biases from affecting our delivery of clinical and prevention services. 
     
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    Understanding Microaggressions

    1 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals | Also available in home study format.
    Microaggressions are a common occurrence that can affect the emotional and psychological well-being of marginalized communities. Learn about common Microaggressions and how to prevent them in clinical and prevention settings.
     
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    Clinical Considerations for Serving the LGBTQ Community

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    Many helping professionals work with those in the LGBTQ population and may not even know it. As helping professionals, we have an ethical obligation to build competency in working effectively with various populations. As a hidden minority, the LGBTQ population can be a mystery for many professionals.  Gain a better understanding of the LGBTQ culture, specific issues this population faces, and ways to create a therapeutic safe space for this at risk population to be who they are and feel accepted in addressing whatever issues are relevant for them. No topics are off limits in this presentation and open discussion so that professionals can increase feelings of comfort and competence in addressing the wide variety of issues the LGBTQ population come to us for help.
     

    Transgender Women: Developing Cultural Competence and Understanding

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    While the visibility of transgender people is increasing in popular culture and daily life, people still face severe discrimination, stigma and systemic inequality. This training will provide attendees with the ability to enhance their knowledge related to serving transgender women. Special attention will be paid to transgender women of color.
     

    Understanding the Unique Needs and Experiences of Transgender Men

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    While the visibility of transgender people is increasing in popular culture and daily life, people still face severe discrimination, stigma and systemic inequality. Little is often known or understood related to transgender men.  This training will provide attendees with the ability to enhance their knowledge related to serving transgender men.
     

    HIV and the Professional Helper

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    This training will introduce professional helpers, such as case managers, counselors, and social workers to key information related to HIV/ AIDS prevention and treatment.  Learn motivational interviewing skills associated with risk reduction conversations.
     

    Motivational Interviewing

    Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a goal-oriented, client-centered counseling style for eliciting behavior change by helping clients to explore and resolve ambivalence. MI is a core component of evidence-based practices, emerging best practices, and clinical competencies for many protocols, such as Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) and Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT), designed to treat those who are mentally ill and to engage individuals using and addicted to drugs and alcohol.

    Training Topics Include:

    Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

    1.5 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals | Also available in home study format
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    Motivational Interviewing with the Severely Mentally Ill Population

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals

    Motivational Interviewing with Substance Using Populations

    3 CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals
  • Clinical Supervision Series

    Spring Clinical Supervision Series

    Fall Clinical Supervision Series

     

    Assessment, Evaluation, & Remediation: Tools for Effective Clinical Supervision

    6 supervision CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals  
    Topics covered include assessment and evaluation of a supervisee’s overall knowledge, skills, and self-awareness. Practice using formal and informal evaluation tools to aid the supervisee in skill attainment and enhancement.
     
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    Attending to Counselor Development within the Clinical Supervision Relationship

    6 supervision CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals  
    We will cover models of clinical supervision with a focus on counselor development.  We will include practice and application of supervision and learning models to enhance supervisee development.
     
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    Management and Administrative Aspects of Clinical Supervision

    6 supervision CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals  
    This training will aid participants in developing appropriate processes and procedures related to the management and administrative aspects of clinical supervision. Practice appropriate documentation, reporting processes, and supervision skills that will enhance our ability to engage in the management and administrative aspects of clinical supervision.
     
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    Legal, Ethical, and Professional Responsibilities related to Clinical Supervision

    6 supervision CEUs for counselors, social workers and chemical dependency professionals  
    Gain a robust review of the legal and ethical issues associated with clinical supervision.  Learn the most recent rules, laws, and ethics associated with the responsibility of clinical supervision.  Discuss these concepts within the training group to enhance practical application and understanding.
     
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  • Problem and Disordered Gambling Trainings

    We offer gambling addiction training conveniently located across Ohio in collaboration with, and partially sponsored by, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Serivces.  Each two-day session provides 12 CEUs, RCHs and NCGC hours.  In addiction, we offer live and home study webinars on treatment and prevention topics.  These webinars are made possible by a grant from The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County.

    - State Gambling Treatment Training Series
    - Live & Home Study Webinars
     
    For more information visit: Gambling CEU

    Introduction to Gambling Disorder

    1.5 – 3 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Also available in home study format
    Become familiar with the foundations of Gambling Disorder. Learn to understand problem gambling definitions and current statistics; how to recognize current trends in gambling behaviors, understand co-morbidities of gambling addiction, substance abuse and mental illness; and become familiar with screening tools to identify gambling addiction. Discuss co-morbidity and other correlates and how to “Have the Conversation” about problem gambling.
     

    Overview of the DSM-5 Disordered Gambling Criteria

    1.5 – 3 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Also available in home study format
    Increase your understanding of the course and development of disordered gambling; learn the criteria for DSM 5 diagnosis of Disordered Gambling; become familiar with change from DSM IV-TR to DSM 5 for the diagnosis and be able to distinguish between differing levels of gambling severity.
     

    Motivational Interviewing with Disordered Gamblers

    1.5 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors | Also available in home study format
    Motivational Interviewing is a best practice in the treatment of disordered gambling.  Explore and practice the application of Motivational Interviewing within the context of treating the disordered gambler. 
     

    Gambling as a Co-Occurring Disorder

    1.5 - 3 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Also available in home study format
    Explore the relationship between disordered gambling and other behavioral health concerns. Learn about treatment protocols that allow for co-occurring issues to be addressed concurrently and how harm reduction and abstinence both can be used in treatment.
     

    Gambling Disorder & Suicide

    1.5 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Also available in home study format
    Learn about the correlation between gambling disorder and suicide ideation and attempt, and discuss the importance of lethality assessments during treatment.  Discuss strategies in de-stigmatizing addiction and suicide and develop tools to have more effective conversations around these topics.
     

    Raising Voices: Personal Stories of Disordered Gambling

    1 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Also available in home study format
    Hear a first-hand account of the onset and progression of a gambling problem. Understand potential barriers to entering treatment and how family support can influence seeking treatment and contribute to the recovery process.
     

    Gambling Landscape in Ohio and Emerging Trainings

    1.5 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Also available in webinar format
    Learn prevention and treatment strategies that are being used in the state of Ohio to address the issue of problem gambling. Gain insight on the current trends in the field of problem gambling in Ohio.
     

    Special Populations and Settings

    Gambling and the Older Adult

    1 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Understand gambling addiction as it relates to the older adult population; the impact that gambling has on the older adult; and explore ways to outreach and educate the older adult population about problem gambling.
     

    Gambling in the Asian Community

    1 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Also available in home study format
    Learn to describe the risk factors and prevalence of problem gambling in the Asian community. Be able to define considerations for working with the Asian population and understand effective partnerships to advance problem gambling services in the Asian community.
     

    Identifying & Responding to Disordered Gambling in the Healthcare Setting

    1.5 CEUs for counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors
    Understand the impact of gambling disorder and co-morbidity with substance use, mental and physical health. Learn brief screening/assessment tools and evidenced-based treatment modalities. Leave with the skills of how to “Have the Conversation” about problem gambling with patients and families.
  • Health Education and Prevention Trainings
    Continuing Education Note: Health education and prevention trainings do not offer continuing education for counselors. Continuing education for Certified Health Education Specialists is available by request.

    There’s Power in Prevention

    3 CEUs for social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    Gain knowledge as we discuss the impact of substance abuse on society, provide an overview of current drug trends, review risk and protective factors and how they are important to inform the planning and implementation of prevention strategies. Receive examples of prevention activities that can be incorporated into various programs.
     

    Ethics for the Prevention Professional

    3 CEUs for social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    Discuss basic ethical theory and gain a sense of what drives personal and professional behavior. Review and discuss the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board requirements and Code of Ethics for Prevention Professionals. Look at a number of real life scenarios that prevention professionals may find themselves in and discuss in small groups what the appropriate action to take may be. Social Media Ethics in today’s culture and setting appropriate boundaries, as well as, easy to follow guidelines for personal and professional decision making.
     

    Integration of Mental Health and Gambling in the Scope of Practice for Prevention Professionals in Ohio

    3 CEUs for social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    In 2015 the scope of prevention professionals through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board was broadened to including behavioral health and gambling prevention. This training will explore the implication of this change, and how prevention professionals can prepare to further integrate behavioral health and gambling into their initiatives.
     

    Exploring Research, Theory and Best Practices in Suicide Prevention

    3 CEUs for social workers and chemical dependency professionals
    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of 2015 suicide was the second leading cause of death among people 15 to 34. Suicide is a major public health issue in our country. This training will review current research on the topic and how it is applied to programs in our community.
     

    Brief Introduction to Gambling Disorder for the Prevention Professional

    1 CEUs for social workers, chemical dependency professionals and gambling counselors | Also available in home study format.
    Professionals learn to implement problem gambling prevention programs. Become familiar with the foundations of problem gambling. Discuss co-morbidity and other correlates, as well as how to “Have the Conversation” about problem gambling in their prevention work.
 

Community Education

Continuing Education Note: Mental Health First Aid training does not offer continuing education, but does provide a three-year nationally recognized certification.

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an eight-hour course that teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The training helps you identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Our nationally certified trainers teach a five-step action plan that will help you assess a situation, implement appropriate interventions, and help the person connect with professional care. A three-year certification in MHFA is available upon completion.  The course can be offered over one day or two days and you must attend the full class to receive the MHFA certification.

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Work Place Trainings

  Through Assist NOW, the EAP Division of Recovery Resources, we offer an extensive library of in-demand topics that can be delivered on-site for your employees. These trainings promote a healthy, productive workforce and help retain key employees who help you stay competitive in today’s market.
  • Professional Development Trainings

    The Assertive Employee (1 hour)

    - Identify the difference between passive, aggressive and assertive behavior
    - Express more assertive behaviors in everyday interactions
    - Identify and accomplish professional goals through assertive behavior
     

    Building Resiliency (1 hour)

    - Define and gain a better understanding of resiliency
    - Identify characteristics of resilient people
    - Utilize resiliency in the workplace
    - Build resiliency within
     

    Coping with Workplace Change (1 hour)

    - Identify the signs and symptoms of stress
    - Learn the protective nature of the stress response
    - Customize a stress resistance plan
    - Cope with the stress of change in the workplace
     

    Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace (1 hour)

    - Define and gain a better understanding of Emotional Intelligence
    - Identify characteristics of Emotionally Intelligent people
    - Utilize Emotional Intelligence in the workplace
     

    Generational Differences in the Workplace (1 hour)

    - Generational differences
    - Learn how these differences affect workplace relationships and productivity
    - Define common characteristics found in generations
    - Strengths and opportunities for growth presented through this diversity
     

    Helping the Helper (1 hour)

    - Identify the importance of your role
    - Create healthy and successful relationships with clients
    - Maintain professional boundaries
     

    Introduction to Business Etiquette (1 hour)

    - Messages we send both verbally and non-verbally
    - Importance of quality communication in the workplace
    - Impact that attitude and demeanor have on our interactions and success
     

    Accountability (2 hours)

    - Develop the steps involved in encouraging increased accountability on your team
    - Explore a variety of tools for their ability to support an accountability initiative
    - Understand the difference between accountability and blame, and distinguish them in the workplace
    - Garner commitments from staff based on key principals of an environment of accountability
     

    Providing Exceptional Service (1 hour)

    - Define great Customer/Client service
    - Gain understanding of Customer/Client expectations
    - Enhance communication with Customers/Clients
    - Improve service for Customers/Clients who are angry or irate or have unrealistic expectations
     

    Time Management (1 hour)

    - Identify how your time is spent
    - Prioritize your time
    - Plan your day effectively
    - Overcome time stealers
  • Leadership Development Trainings

    Emotional Intelligence & Enhancing Leadership Performance (2 hours)

    Emotional intelligence is the ability to manage one’s own emotions as well as the emotions of others. These skills are critical in creating productive and engaged workplaces. You will learn about the concepts of emotional intelligence and strategies to build these skills among your supervisors and employees.
     
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    Fostering Employee Engagement (1.5 hours)

    Gallup reports that supervisors account for 70% of the variance in employee engagement, 30% are highly engaged, 50% engaged, and 20% not engaged. Employees are engaged when they are surrounded by meaningful relationships – this starts with leadership. Learn the key principles of employee engagement.
     
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    Successful Workplace Change Management (1.5 hours)

    All organizations must adapt to changes in the environment, which can lead to stress and disengagement among employees. Explore how to talk about why change happens, how to overcome obstacles, strategies for successful change and frameworks for change.
     
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    Managing Difficult Employees (1.5 hours)

    Learn and explore skills in managing performance among difficult employees. Explore nine types of difficult employees, learn how to build mutual trust, provide effective feedback and understand reasons for performance lags.
     
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    Conflict Resolution (2 hours)

    - Identify the impact of conflict in the workplace
    - Assess their conflict management style
    - Understand the various conflict management styles
    - Apply a specific process to effectively resolve conflicts
     

    Problem Solving – Determining a Solution to Any Problem (2 hours)

    - Identify the problem
    - Determine the cause of the problem
    - Select a solution
    - Create a plan to resolve the problem
    - Follow-up to ensure completion and improvement
     

    Constructive Feedback (2 hours)

    - Identify the various types of feedback
    - Deliver feedback effectively
    - Provide constructive feedback using the four step process
    - Accept feedback in a productive manner
     

    Delegation – An Underused Skill (2 hours)

    - Understand the importance of delegation
    - Determine if delegation is appropriate
    - Implement the steps of effective delegation
    - Avoid the pitfalls of delegation
     

    Effective Presentations – Train the Trainer (2 hours)

    - Use effective presentation skills
    - Engage your audience during a presentation
    - Create presentations that enhance learning
    - Follow-up after presentations
     

    Management vs Leadership: Increasing the Success of Your Team (2 hours)

    - Differentiate management techniques from leadership techniques
    - Identify their strengths and areas of opportunity for each style
    - Prepare employees for growth and success using both forms of supervision
                   

    Teamwork: Using Personalities & Work Styles to Create Dynamic Teams (2 hours)

    - Understand the importance of teamwork
    - Identify possible signs of trouble
    - Understand the characteristics of each work style
    - Interact successfully with each work style
  • Personal Development Trainings

    Work-Life Balance (1 hour)

    - Identify your current level of work-life balance
    - Identify how you are currently spending your time and effort
    - Apply proven techniques to improve work-life balance
    - Reduce the negative impact of this stress on your health
     

    Handling the Holidays (1 hour)

    - Increase awareness of holiday eating patterns
    - Consider alternatives in the area of gift giving
    - Control holiday expenditures
    - Employ effective coping strategies
     

    Stress Management (1 hour)

    - Define stress
    - Determine causes of stress
    - Recognize stress signals
    - Incorporate stress management techniques
     

    Learning Optimism (1 hour)

    - Identify the benefits of optimism
    - Understand optimism and pessimism
    - Apply optimism techniques in daily interactions
    - Implement strategies to overcome the negativity of others
     

    Benefits of Diet & Exercise (1 hour)

    - Understand the many benefits of diet & exercise
    - Focus on the positives of a healthy lifestyle – not the negatives of an unhealthy lifestyle
    - Recognize how diet & exercise positively affect you on a daily basis
     

    Signs and Symptoms of Mental Illness (2 hours)

    - Introduction to mental illness
    - Learn about prevalence rates
    - Become informed on basic signs and symptoms of the most common disorders
    - Learn local resources that can help individuals in need
     

    Signs and Symptoms of Addiction (1 hour)

    - Learn potential drugs of abuse
    - Recognize observable signs & symptoms of abuse
    - Become familiar with resources to help individuals find help
     

    Understanding Prescription Drug Misuse (1 hour)

    - Recognize prescription pills of potential abuse
    - Learn Physiological affects
    - Learn Psychological affects
    - Gain insight into Ohio's epidemic
                   

    Wellness in the Workplace (1 hour)

    - Understand the benefits of a healthy workforce
    - Create a “wellness culture” in the workplace
    - Build & manage an effective wellness team
    - Increase employee engagement in wellness programs
  • Workplace Compliance Trainings

    Cultural Humility (1 hour)

    - Recognize the different cultures in our workforce
    - Be conscious of how our history impacts how we see culture
    - Be aware of appropriate language & behavior in the workplace
     

    Understanding and Responding to Unconscious Bias and Microaggressions (1 hour)

    - Define different types of discrimination, unconscious bias and Microaggressions
    - Describe the effects of Microaggressions on marginalized communities
    - Apply strategies to address Microaggressions
     

    Sexual Harassment Prevention (1 hour)

    - What defines sexual harassment
    - Types of sexual harassment
    - The impact of sexual harassment
    - How to prevent sexual harassment
    - Methods to address sexual harassment
     

    Workplace Violence Prevention (1 hour)

    - Identify warning signs and risk factors for individuals and work settings
    - Learn steps that they can take to prevent violence in the workplace
    - Learn verbal de-escalation techniques to safely respond to threatening or violent behavior
     

    Verbal De-Escalation (2 hours)

    - Understand what may cause a person to act aggressively and/or violently
    - Become aware of various ways we communicate and do so more consciously
    - Provide tools to help you de-escalate a volatile situation
    - Apply new tools in role-playing scenarios to increase likelihood of success in utilization
     

    Drug Free Safety Program

    Drug- Free Safety Program Employee Education (1 hour)

    - Drug-Free Safety Program Policy
    - Facts about commonly abused substances
    - Signs and symptoms of substance abuse and addiction
    - Impact of substance abuse in the workplace
    - Ways that people use alcohol and other drugs
    - How to seek assistance and support
     

    Drug- Free Safety Program Supervisor Education (1 or 2 hours)

    - Components of the Drug-Free Safety Program Policy
    - Facts about commonly abused substances
    - Signs and symptoms of substance abuse and addiction
    - Impact of substance abuse in the workplace
    - How to identify performance problems and potential crisis situations
     

    Drug- Free Safety Program Train-the-Trainer for Employee Education (2 hours)

    - Explain the Drug-Free Safety Program Policy
    - Deliver up-to-date information and statistics regarding substance use
    - Engage and inform employees during their annual training
    - Meet requirements to obtain certification for employee training

CEU Statements

Recovery Resources is an approved provider of continuing education through the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage Family Therapist Board for social workers (RSX069001) and counselors (RCX029002), the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board (50-17857) and the National Council on Problem Gambling (06/653). Many trainings are also available for nursing and health education CEUs. Our continuing education program offers credits for the following types of professionals.

  • Counselors (RCX029002)
  • Social Workers (RSX069001)
  • Chemical Dependency Counselors
  • Preventionist

Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend a training that you have purchased, you can use your payment towards a future training. When a registrant chooses not to attend a training, refunds are not provided. In the instance that Recovery Resources cancels a training, you can choose to either use your payment towards a future training or receive a refund. If you need to cancel, please contact Carol Metlicka at 216-431-4131 for assistance.

Training and Consultation Contacts

 

Clinical Treatment

Contact Carol Metlicka 

216-431-4131, x4202

cmetlicka@recres.org

 

Prevention and Health Education

Contact Ashley Hartman

216-431-4131, x1108

ahartman@recres.org

 

Problem and Disordered Gambling

Contact Michael Buzzelli 

216-431-4131, x2612

mbuzzelli@recres.org

 

Mental Health First Aid

Contact Carol Metlicka

216-431-4131 x4202

cmetlicka@recres.org

 

Consultation Services

Contact Ashley Hartman

216-431-4131, x1108

ahartman@recres.org