Training Options


Hannah Rose
Director of Training & Technical Assistance

When it comes to improving skills and taking your peer recovery work or organization to a new level, there’s really no substitute for a live training event. By interacting with a roomful of peers, asking questions of subject matter experts, and examining real-life applications of the information helps to cement the new knowledge you’re covering.

The National Recovery Institute offers competency and strength-based professional development and leadership training specific to our field.   Our experienced trainers offer training accessible to all learning styles through a combination of information sharing, dialogue and experiential activities.  Through a consultative process, we will build a training program specific to your needs. 

Click below to download a PDF of the current National Recovery Institute 2018 Professional Development Training Menu.

If your organization has a specific training need that is not on our current menu, we would be honored to design a curriculum for you.

Not sure what your training needs are? 

Please complete the Training Needs Assessment to help you identify any gaps specific to your organization. Click below to download the PDF OR complete the form online.

Would you like to request training? 

Please complete the Training & Technical Assistance Form. Once our training team has received your request, we will contact you to set up a consultation and schedule the training event.  Click below to download the PDF OR complete the form online.



In our high-paced world, sometimes it is difficult to take time to learn new skills, knowledge or practices.  Our Institute offers monthly bites of information relevant to our field in 10 minutes or less.  Need an educational jolt, click on an eBite below.

Look for these exciting eBite topics in April 2019!


Communities of Practice is the act of bringing together a group of people who share a craft or a profession. These communities evolve in an organic way because of the common interest in a particular domain or area.  It is the true participatory process of sharing information and experiences with the group, so group members learn from each other.

The National Recovery Institute is committed to enhancing collaboration and expanding our reach by enabling organizations from various geographies to collaborate on problem-solving challenges in real-time.  Communities of Practices are also an avenue to connect with subject matter experts regardless of where they are located.

If you are interested in setting up a Community of Practice with a specific topic please email Hannah Rose, Director of Training and Technical Assistance at