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Addiction

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

Objectives:

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