CRSW Supervision Locations in NH

If you are working towards your Certified Recovery Support Worker credential and are looking for supervision to meet those requirements, here are a few agencies that are offering it for free:

Safe Harbor Recovery Center, 865 Islington Street, Portsmouth; Mondays 10-12;

SOS Recovery Center.


White Horse Addiction Center, 68 NH16B, Center Ossipee, 603.651.1441; 10-12, Every Friday except the first Friday of the month.

Live, Free, Recovery Housing Webinar by SAMHSA

In this virtual event, SAMHSA’s Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center Strategy (BRSS TACS) team will bring together national experts to define recovery housing, its association with recovery-oriented supports and services, and emerging opportunities to promote recovery housing in the community.


Jason Howell, Executive Director, RecoveryPeople

Rachel Post, Public Policy Director, Central City Concern

Trina Frierson, President and CEO, Mending Hearts

Moderated by Jonathan Cox, Senior Associate, Center for Social Innovation

Recovery housing provides a living environment that offers peer support and other recovery support resources to assist individuals with entering and sustaining recovery from substance use disorders. Recovery housing is an umbrella term that includes recovery residences, sober homes, halfway houses, and other settings. In recent years, recovery housing has received increased attention as an important recovery support service as our nation works to increase treatment to and provides services such as housing for people in recovery.

Recovery LIVE! participants engage directly with presenters and each other through live chatting, polls, and other interactive features. Be part of the conversation—register today!

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NE School of Addiction Studies Summer School

The New England School of Addiction and Prevention Studies, commonly called Summer School, is a four-day intensive experience for participants to further their knowledge, skills, and experience in the field of substance use disorder services through in-depth coursework.

Individuals may select topic specific tracks where similar topic courses have been grouped together or, if a participant would like to tailor their experiences even more, they may select specific courses from different focus areas. These focus areas have been designed to meet the needs of various audiences. Potential attendees will notice there is programming intended for many different partners in the world of substance use disorder prevention, treatment, intervention and recovery. Whether you are a new addiction counselor, a juvenile probation officer, a recovery coach, or a licensed clinician, you will find unique offerings within this year’s program. Over 80 courses are offered. D

Click below to view downloadable course lists.

For more detailed information about particular courses, click here to view downloadable course descriptions.

Click here to view the daily Summer School general schedule.

The Summer School is appropriate for anyone who recognizes the impact of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs on individuals, families, and communities. Each year, participants from many disciplines come together to form a unique and diverse learning community.

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