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CAPRSS Newsletter – January 2021

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January 2021
Digital Newsletter
 Happy New Year!

We made it through 2020 and have seen how organizations like yours have adapted to continue providing excellent services to those that need them. We have adapted as well, providing Virtual Site Visits to organizations going through CAPRSS Accreditation and the experience has been tremendously positive! We have completed many Virtual Site Visits in 2020 and have more to come this year.

Here’s to 2021 being a great year.

Virtual Learning Community

Join us on January 13, 2021 at 12:00pm EDT for a webinar on Helping Humans during a Pandemic in an Epidemic

We shall be discussing:

  • Staying strong in your own personal recovery/Self-Care
  • Create a funding stream for your organization based on the impact of COVID
  • Virtual recovery support services/education/podcasts
  • Being an advocate for those with addiction, in recovery, and their family members during COVID
  • Supporting your staff/volunteers even more than ever

Presenter: Honesty Liller, Chief Executive Officer of The McShin Foundation.

Register Here!

Honesty Liller

Honesty Liller is a woman in long-term recovery from a Substance Use Disorder since May 27, 2007 and a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist in VA. She is the Chief Executive Officer of The McShin Foundation, a non-profit authentic peer-to-peer Recovery Community Organization (RCO), that serves individuals and families with Substance Use Disorders.  She is the recipient of the Vernon Johnson Award given by Faces and Voices of Recovery in 2015.  Honesty was also featured on Face The Nation discussing addiction & recovery in America.  In addition, she was awarded the Stettinius Fund honor from The Community Foundation in which she used to complete Stanford University’s Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders and The Community Foundation’s Emerging Nonprofit Leader Program.  In 2019 she was honored with the Jean C. Harris Community Service Board Award from Hanover County.  From 2008-2012, she led the Recovery Voices Count Campaign.  Honesty is also Co-Founder of CARE Talks, LLC.  To help those in the recovery/addiction field is another passion for her.  She is a trainer for Faces & Voices of Recovery and CAPRSS.  To spend time with her husband, two children, and two doggies is a gift that keeps giving!

Upcoming Webinars

Accreditation 201 – January 15, 2021 – 12pm EDT

Accreditation 201 is designed to: Identify the elements of the CAPRSS standards taxonomy and how they relate. Describe the core domains and standards, and discuss how peer reviewers – and PRSS programs – will use standards, criteria, and elements of performance in the accreditation process.

Register Here

Accreditation 101 – February 5, 2021 – 12pm EDT

Accreditation 101 is an introduction to accreditation course, where participants will learn the mission and purpose of CAPRSS, an overview of the standards and criteria, the steps in the accreditation process, establish resources for getting your organization accreditation ready, and for completing your application for accreditation candidacy.

Register Here

Resources just for you!

Recovery Community Organizations (RCOs) and other peer programs are more productive as a recovery community and more supportive as a recovery space when they strive to meet folks where they’re at. Begin by creating an environment where participation is natural, enthusiastic, non-threatening — a culture where social roles within a community begin to emerge. We have designed this Tip Sheet specifically for you to understand some of the key characteristics of a participatory process and integrate it into your organization.

Here’s a Tip sheet that speaks to the Participatory Process.

Participatory Process Tip Sheet

Tis the Season to Give!

Faces & Voices of Recovery was founded by a group of recovery advocacy pioneers who believed in a world where the shame and stigma of substance use disorders no longer exists. They believed in a world where a lifetime of recovery was within everyone’s reach. This vision is the cornerstone of the work we do everyday.

Please consider a donation to help sustain our work in the coming years.

Donate Here!

CAPRSS Newsletter – January 2021

January 2021
Digital Newsletter
 Happy New Year!

We made it through 2020 and have seen how organizations like yours have adapted to continue providing excellent services to those that need them. We have adapted as well, providing Virtual Site Visits to organizations going through CAPRSS Accreditation and the experience has been tremendously positive! We have completed many Virtual Site Visits in 2020 and have more to come this year.

Here’s to 2021 being a great year.

Virtual Learning Community

Join us on January 13, 2021 at 12:00pm EDT for a webinar on Helping Humans during a Pandemic in an Epidemic

We shall be discussing:

  • Staying strong in your own personal recovery/Self-Care
  • Create a funding stream for your organization based on the impact of COVID
  • Virtual recovery support services/education/podcasts
  • Being an advocate for those with addiction, in recovery, and their family members during COVID
  • Supporting your staff/volunteers even more than ever

Presenter: Honesty Liller, Chief Executive Officer of The McShin Foundation.

Register Here!

Honesty Liller

Honesty Liller is a woman in long-term recovery from a Substance Use Disorder since May 27, 2007 and a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist in VA. She is the Chief Executive Officer of The McShin Foundation, a non-profit authentic peer-to-peer Recovery Community Organization (RCO), that serves individuals and families with Substance Use Disorders.  She is the recipient of the Vernon Johnson Award given by Faces and Voices of Recovery in 2015.  Honesty was also featured on Face The Nation discussing addiction & recovery in America.  In addition, she was awarded the Stettinius Fund honor from The Community Foundation in which she used to complete Stanford University’s Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders and The Community Foundation’s Emerging Nonprofit Leader Program.  In 2019 she was honored with the Jean C. Harris Community Service Board Award from Hanover County.  From 2008-2012, she led the Recovery Voices Count Campaign.  Honesty is also Co-Founder of CARE Talks, LLC.  To help those in the recovery/addiction field is another passion for her.  She is a trainer for Faces & Voices of Recovery and CAPRSS.  To spend time with her husband, two children, and two doggies is a gift that keeps giving!

Upcoming Webinars

Accreditation 201 – January 15, 2021 – 12pm EDT

Accreditation 201 is designed to: Identify the elements of the CAPRSS standards taxonomy and how they relate. Describe the core domains and standards, and discuss how peer reviewers – and PRSS programs – will use standards, criteria, and elements of performance in the accreditation process.

Register Here

Accreditation 101 – February 5, 2021 – 12pm EDT

Accreditation 101 is an introduction to accreditation course, where participants will learn the mission and purpose of CAPRSS, an overview of the standards and criteria, the steps in the accreditation process, establish resources for getting your organization accreditation ready, and for completing your application for accreditation candidacy.

Register Here

Resources just for you!

Recovery Community Organizations (RCOs) and other peer programs are more productive as a recovery community and more supportive as a recovery space when they strive to meet folks where they’re at. Begin by creating an environment where participation is natural, enthusiastic, non-threatening — a culture where social roles within a community begin to emerge. We have designed this Tip Sheet specifically for you to understand some of the key characteristics of a participatory process and integrate it into your organization.

Here’s a Tip sheet that speaks to the Participatory Process.

Participatory Process Tip Sheet

Tis the Season to Give!

Faces & Voices of Recovery was founded by a group of recovery advocacy pioneers who believed in a world where the shame and stigma of substance use disorders no longer exists. They believed in a world where a lifetime of recovery was within everyone’s reach. This vision is the cornerstone of the work we do everyday.

Please consider a donation to help sustain our work in the coming years.

Donate Here!
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