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Peer Recovery (CRPA) Exam Prep Workshop February 19th | 9am-1pm

This workshop is for individuals preparing for the CRPA exam who have applied for CRPA certification.  The instructor, Ruth Riddick, CARC-RCP, provides Community Outreach at NYASAP.  Ruth Riddick is a Certified Addiction Recovery Coach and a trainer specializing in addiction recovery and in personal and organizational development. She brings twenty-five years professional expertise to her work and over fifteen years of recovery experience to community outreach.

WHERE: Coordinated Care Services, Inc – Erie Canal Conference Room  (1099 Jay Street, Rochester, NY 14611)
WHO: Individuals who are preparing for the CRPA exam
COST: Free
REGISTER: Email Cameron Farash @ [email protected] | Subject: CRPA Exam Workshop

Click the link for further details: CRPA PREP WORKSHOP


MCF Family Day
February 26th | 9am-1pm

We are excited to annonce through a partnership with Monroe County Correctional Facility a resource fair for families. Our Liberty Resources RSN program will be co-facilitating the family group with MCF and Food Trucks will be on site as well!

WHEN: February 26th,  9am-1pm

WHERE: Monroe County Correctional Facility (750 E. Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623)
WHO: families, loved ones, and friends
COST: Free

Click the link for more information: MCF Family Day


Family Guidance & Support Group, Thursdays (1st and 3rd)

This support group offers education and support to family members in the process of navigating the often overwhelming system of heroin/opioid addiction treatment and other issues in the recovery process.

Focus is on topics such as: what is addiction, the science of addiction, how to be supportive to a loved one in recovery, family roles, self-care, coping skills, etc.

WHEN: 6-7:30pm, the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
WHERE: Open Access Conference Room (1350 University Ave. Rochester, NY 14607)
WHO: families, loved ones, and friends
COST: Free

Visit our Facebook events page for updates.

The Monroe County Office of Mental Health (MCOMH) is committed to improving the health and quality of life of county residents who are affected by mental illness, developmental disabilities, alcohol and other drugs.

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