Monday, November 9, 2020 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST
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Monica Scott-White 
Behavioral Health System Baltimore 

Advocacy Domain Training 

This training will help Peer Recovery Specialists gain knowledge and skills for advocacy. This training includes defining advocacy and demonstrate the difference between little a and Big A advocacy, methods, skills and traits for successful advocacy, explain why self-advocacy is important in the role Certified Peer Recovery Specialists.

Trainer: Monica Scott–White CCDC, CAC-AD, RPS has over 10 years of experience delivering substance use treatment, recovery services and education to people with lived experience, allies and families.

To make this an effective learning environment for you: Each registrant must have a device (laptop, tablet, or Smart phone) that has a camera. Cameras must be on during the training with your name posted. Please use a fully charged or plugged into electric outlet device and a quiet space that provides privacy for you and others attending the training. All materials (such as participant handouts) will be emailed to you. It is recommended you have paper and pens to take notes.

Continuing Education Units

Peer Recovery Specialists – This training has been approved by the Maryland Addiction and Behavioral Health Professionals Certificate Board (MABPCB). You must complete a Behavioral Health System Baltimore evaluation form in order to receive your CEUs.

BHSB CEU notice – BHSB will only award CEUs to trainees who complete the entire training. For example, if a webinar is offered on multiple dates, trainees must attend all days in order to receive CEUs.