Western Maine Addiction Recovery Initiative Hosting Recovery Coach Training for Project Save ME
Norway, Maine – The Western Maine Addiction Recovery Initiative will be hosting a 40 hour Recovery Coach training during the month of March. Please help support your community by becoming a Recovery Coach with Project Save ME.
Maine’s heroin/opiate crisis is impacting the people and families of Oxford County and the number of overdose deaths across Maine is greater than ever this year. Becoming a Recovery Coach can help those looking for treatment with support through navigating the treatment system.
All members of the community are welcome to submit an application, which are available at all Common Ground Counseling locations in Fryeburg, Norway, and Mexico, online at healthyoxfordhills.org or by emailing email@example.com Part of the accplication process is a background check and an interview with members of the Western Maine Addiction Recovery Initiative.
The Western Maine Addiction Recovery Initiative is a community-based coalition dedicated to reducing the demand of substances in Western Maine through the use of education, recovery, prevention, intervention and treatment along with legislative acts, legal resources, and proactive law enforcement. We meet on the first Wednesday of every month at the Mollyockett Motel Conference Room at 6pm. Anyone interested in learning more or would like to become a part of the Western Maine Addiction Recovery Initiative is welcome to attend.
If Interested please fill out application and return to Healthy Oxford Hills or Common Ground Counseling offices. recoverycoachapplication_005