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Florida Certified Recovery Residence Administrator (CRRA) Initial Application Content Specific Training


This course will award 100 hours of continuing education approved by the Florida Certification Board.
Recovery Residence Operations and Administration: 20 hours
• Federal and state fair housing laws
• Local and state codes and regulations,
• NARR Quality Standards for Recovery Residences
• Criminal background screening procedures
• Reimbursable services/payer types
• Basic accounting or bookkeeping
• Business skills
• Writing policies and procedures
• Risk management
• General record keeping and documentation
• Naloxone use
• Ethical business practices

Maintaining the Physical Residence:  20 hours
FARR facility certification requirements
• Crisis prevention and intervention
• Verbal de-escalation/Aggression Control (a subset of crisis prevention and intervention)
• Suicide prevention
• Fire and safety procedures/regulations
• CPR/First Aid
• Naloxone use (advanced training)
• Disaster planning
• Responding to emergency and disaster situations
• Universal infection control
• Food handling
• Group process
• Mentoring
• Leadership
• Recognizing and responding to safety risks
• Customer service (for better responsiveness to neighbors)
• Understanding and identifying licit and illicit drugs
• Prescription medication policies and security techniques
• Drug and alcohol testing policies and methods

Resident Screening and Admission:  10 hours
• Client Rights
• Behavioral-health Screening Tools
• Medication Management
• Signs and symptoms of intoxication and withdrawal
• Client rights/confidentiality laws and regulations
• Interviewing Techniques
• Health Indicators
• Understanding levels of care and best “fit” for residents and peer community

Resident Recovery Support:  30 hours
Understanding addiction
• Co-occurring disorders
• Building rapport
• Group process and facilitation
• Principles of recovery
• Recovery management
• Recovery capital
• Developing recovery goals and plans
• Client-centered principles and practices
• Wellness strategies
• Lapse/relapse prevention
• Motivational Enhancement/Motivational Interviewing
• Resource linkage/making referrals
• Collaboration methods
• Practical living skills
• Social development
• Use of self-help groups and other recovery support services
• Use of natural support systems
• Oral communication skills/public speaking
• Advocacy skills
• Training for trainers
• Medication-assisted treatments

Legal, Professional and Ethical Responsibilities:  20 hours
• Federal, State & other governing laws and regulations
• Ethics and professional conduct
• Resident/client rights
• Cultural competence: personal & organizational
• Boundary issues
• Confidentiality
• Documentation
• Networking and public relations
• Marketing/ethical marketing practices
• Emotional and social intelligence
• Using consultation