TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT


CAREER PATHS & TRAINING.


We provide training to help you qualify for entry-level positions that match your interests.
You decide what kind of hero you want to be for your community.

A RECOVERY COACH.

A Recovery Coach is someone who helps people recover from addiction. They identify and remove any barriers that might prevent someone from recovering. In order to become a Recovery Coach, you need to complete one training of 30 hours, and there is no test, formal education, or experience required. In 1 week, you can become a Recovery Coach.

Get consultation and schedule yourself in a class: Text/Call (301) 291-5477

A CERTIFIED ADDICTION RECOVERY COACH (CARC).

CARCs are people who have been acknowledged by the ASAP-NYCB as having the knowledge and ability to help someone recover from addiction. To become a CARC, you need to complete 4 trainings of 60 hours. There is no test, formal education, or experience required. In 2 ½ weeks, you can complete training, and head toward certification.

Get consultation and schedule yourself for classes: Text/Call (301) 291-5477

A CERTIFIED RECOVERY PEER ADVOCATE (CRPA).

A CRPA is someone who has been acknowledged by the ASAP-NYCB of having the knowledge and the ability to: protect rights and provide outreach and mentoring to those with addiction. 3 trainings of 53 hours and 500 hours of role experience must be completed, but we can provide both of these with ease. There is also a test that must be passed, in which we'll prep you for and help you schedule. In order to become a CRPA, you must have at least a High School Diploma/GED. In 2 weeks, you can complete training, and head toward employment and certification.

Get consultation and schedule yourself for classes: Text/Call (301) 291-5477

A CASAC.

To become a CASAC, you need to complete 350 hours of training. You also have to pass a test and get three years of experience working as a CASAC-T.

You can get college credit toward undergraduate degrees by taking these training hours & working as a CASAC-T. College education that you received can also count toward CASAC-T training and work hours.

We can help you get this, to get consultation: Text/Call (301) 291-5477

A GENERAL LABORER.

Those looking to be engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which potentially expose workers to hazardous substances and health hazards at or above the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL), are required to take an OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER training and get 3 days of work site specific experience from your employer.

We can help you get this, to get consultation: Text/Call (301) 291-5477

A FOOD HANDLER.

We can help you get this, to get consultation: Text/Call (301) 291-5477

 DEVELOPMENT.

HIGH SCHOOL
EQUIVALENCY.

Get a second chance to get the high school education you deserve, get your High School Equivalency (HSE) Prep with us.

Ask about HSE Prep 

COMPUTER LAB
+ LITERACY.

works with Community Improvement

The Bronx is falling behind in literacy and access to technology. We're opening up a Computer Lab for Bronx residents to evolve.

Explore

WORK
READINESS.

Get help with resume writing, interviewing, and developing your soft skills. Land the job you want.

I'm Interested in Employment

ADULT BASIC
EDUCATION.

If you're an adult with an education level below 9th grade, you have a second chance to learn math, reading, and writing. Get your Adult Basic Education (ABE) with us. 

Ask about ABE

GROUP THERAPY.

IOD'd™: WOMEN 
WHO HAVE OVERDOSED


This support group helps women who have overdosed validate their experience and uncover the glory of being alive to tell their story. People have reclaimed their lives, and you can, too.

KISS
FELLOWSHIP