This apprenticeship trains people with lived experience and trained skills to help others achieve and maintain recovery and wellness from mental health and/or substance use conditions. Participants obtain peer specialist credentials as part of the apprenticeship.
This apprenticeship will train professionals to support people with drug and alcohol problems, eating disorders, and other behavioral issues. The apprentices will teach individuals how to modify their behavior toward full recovery. Because clients are susceptible to relapses, many substance abuse counselors work with clients on a continuing basis.
Behavioral Health Technician
This apprenticeship trains individuals to assist primary counselors and therapeutic staff by providing clinical support services to adults or children receiving treatment for substance use and/or mental health conditions in residential programs, in-patient settings, or community-based programs