Training Program Coordinator, Faces and Voices of Recovery

Session Description: Recovery support professionals protect their recoverees, and themselves, by providing ethical services and honoring recovery principles. An understanding of ethics provides a framework for recovery support professionals to work within while providing direct services to vulnerable people with complicated lives. Knowing how to avoid ethical dilemmas is key.

Learning Objectives:

  • Defining ethics in the context of recovery support services
  • Understanding core competencies for recovery support services
  • Learning skills for providing ethical services

Gloria Uridel, Recovery Support Peer Specialist, Recovery Support Supervisor
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Training Program Coordinator, Faces and Voices of Recovery
Gloria is a Training Program Coordinator with Faces & Voices of Recovery working with Curriculum Development and managing contracts. She previously provided direct peer support services at Communities for Recovery, an RCO in Austin, TX, where she served as a certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist, Peer Support Supervisor, and training facilitator for Communities for Recovery Training Academy. She also created a Wellness Educational Program for the organization.