Director of Education and Training
Hannah Rose has been working with individuals with addiction, trauma, and mental health conditions both formally and informally for 32 years. Her passion for social justice and equal voice has been the source of her motivation and inspiration throughout her career.
Most recently, Ms. Rose served on a team that provided technical assistance to Recovery Community Organizations and Recovery Networks that included, but was not limited to, strategic planning, sustainability planning, organizational wellness, outreach and engagement and workforce development.
During her tenure she has participated in several national expert panels in the development of standards and practices regarding peer support services.
As project manager of a three year targeted expansion grant she created ongoing workforce development training through 45 curriculum topics. She facilitated these learning events to 6500 unique individuals through the grant period.
As sole proprietor of Impact Coaching and Consulting , her recent focus has been specific to the development of training models, systems and strategic communication planning for medicated assisted treatment and recovery, telephonic coaching and the implementation of emergency room peer recovery services. She is dedicated to “peer-fessional leadership development in these expanding services. Through research, curriculum development, national focus groups and system design, she has created a structure that includes workforce development, best practices and outreach strategies vital to the success of these specific programs and services.
Her commitment is to inspire, promote, and advocate for system changes at the state and federal level that will create a higher standard of quality in service and approach to better serve those in vulnerable populations.