Who can become a coach?
Our Recovery Coaches are trained to be a life-altering resource to clients looking to live meaningful and purposeful lives.
Get trained by ORCA in the most current and impactful educational and ethical standards.
Is this for you?
Passionate about supporting someone on their road in recovery through a more holistic approach.
Learn the skills that will truly uplift and inspire someone to stay on their path to a brighter life.
Engage and serve your community while becoming a valuable part of it
four levels of training to suit you and your organization
This is a 40-hour training program consisting of 30 hours of in-person or online instruction and 10 hours of directed self-learning and assignments. This program equips trainees with knowledge and skills essential to safe and effective entry-level peer and professional Recovery Coaching. When combined with the optional and highly recommended 10-hour supervision practicum trainees will be prepared to be competent and skilled Recovery Coaches.
This is a 10-hour practicum hosted online where graduates of the ORCA RC Course can attend and receive valuable supervision and mentoring from ORCA trainers as they navigate the challenges of becoming qualified and competent Recovery Coaches. Attendees will need to attend a total 10 1-hour sessions to complete the training.
Recovery CoacH SKills for organizations
These courses are for organizations looking to train and empower their employees and associates with specific and life-changing recovery coaching skills. In addition to core competencies, courses and skills will be tailored to specific organizational needs.
for Healthcare Professionals
Recovery Coaching Skills and Orientation
This 3-hour overview will equip clinicians working with patients and clients suffering from addiction as well as mental and medical co-occurring disorders, to understand the roles and range of services offered by RC’s to optimize their utilization. It also will cover recovery-supportive techniques that healthcare and mental health professionals may incorporate into their clinical skills to assist them in providing ongoing recovery support to patients and clients.