Want to Become a CARC?

What is a carc?









What is their main objective?






What are the benefits of becoming one?


A CARC, or a Certified Addiction Recovery Coach, is someone who has been acknowledged by the NYCB as someone who has the knowledge and capability of promoting recovery in someone who suffers with addiction. This is a New York certification.


Their main objective is to identify obstacles, problems, and barriers to recovery, remove the barriers, be a problem-solver, and to connect the recoveree to recovery-oriented services and resources.


The benefits stem from those of becoming a Recovery Coach, (to see the benefits of becoming one, click here)

But also, this certification is flexible because you can choose to be employed or self-employed. This certification does not require you to have a higher-up and is not heavy and rigorous in workload.

And of course, having a certification expands your portfolio and is tangible proof of knowledge and competency.

Not sure of which certification/designation to pursue? You may want to book a free consultation.

Ok, you're interested.. so what's required, you ask?

Trainings Required


There are 60 hours of training  required for you to take to be eligible of becoming a CARC.

The specific trainings required are listed below. We suggest you take the trainings in the order given. We offer all right now except for the CARC Elective.

**You can take these two trainings in one setting, for more information, click here.

**Recovery Coach Academy

30 Hours


Become familiarized with fundamental recovery principles and discover how to remove barriers and obstacles in recovery.

**Ethics




16 Hours


Learn to maintain and uphold ethical standards in even the most tempting situations. 

*MAT/MER + NARCAN 

7 Hours

*Our Curriculum! 


We enhanced MAT to include the life-saving NARCAN, and its training; the first of its kind! 

CARC Elective


Hours Vary.


This is where you can choose what course you would like to take to finish your required hours.

Whatever you take, make sure it helps you reach 60 hours.

You took all of the trainings... But what now?

Continuation to Certification

Not taking into account the busy life you may have, becoming a CRPA/CARC/RCP itself can be an extensive process, and it requires much attention to detail. We of all people know what it's like to need a little help. Let us help you with all of the facets that CARC requires:

To-do List:


- Application filling & finding fee scholarships
- (Exam is suspended)

Aftermath:
- Finding Fee-for-service
opportunities


Interested in one/all of these services?


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