Wholeview Direct has Certified Recovery Peer Advocates (CRPA’s) who provide peer support for recovery. CRPA’s draw both from personal experience with substance use, and from professional training to provide non-clinical support services. CPRAs may also help you develop effective habits and life skills for navigating recovery. Some additional services that they can provide are:
  • Non-clinical crisis support, especially after periods of hospitalization or transition
  • Education about recovery
  • Sharing information about existing social and other support services
  • Linking participants to formal recovery supports
  • Assisting with applying for or maintaining insurance and other benefits
  • Conducting toxicology tests and providing support around testing
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