Peer Supervision

We support peer recovery excellence by offering transformative space for peers to learn, grow, and understand selves and community.

CPRS Supervision

The MABPCB, Maryland Addiction & Behavioral-Health Professionals Certification Board, requires peers who are seeking certification to have a minimum of 25 hours from a Registered Peer Supervisor (RPS). We offer individual and group counseling for those interested in becoming a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist in the State of Maryland.

We offer training for CPRS, the Forensic Peer (i-FPRS), and working with families (CPRS-F).

Our team of coaches and supervisors works with each peer to develop a personalized learning plan. We use collaborative online tools to create a learning environment for the peers. Peers will receive supervision, coach, professional development opportunities, and connections with other peers in the field.

Each peer mentee is expected to engage in at least 3 hours per week of individual learning and development (and implementation) of their Wellness Recovery Action Plan. Peers are guided to events and trainings that will assist in their required 46 CEUs. Additionally, peer mentees are eligible to receive custom workshops, classes, and supervision.

By the end of supervision, peers are prepared for the CPRS exam, have updated resumes, will have developed a portfolio and most of all… be connected with our project: liberation family.

For additional details, please reach our Director of Public Engagement via email or text at 443-252-3834.

Connect with the Maryland peer recovery community

Check out this calendar we’ve put together with a list of some of the upcoming trainings from our colleagues. We take training and professional development seriously and hope all of our peer mentees will also share commitments to personal and professional development.

Contact Us

Baltimore, MD 21217
USA