Supporting Recovery from Opioid Use: A Peer’s Guide to Person-Centered Care
This one-hour, self-paced course is designed to equip peers and other outreach workers with information, resources, and practical tips to help them better understand opioids and their impact on individuals.
1 CEU is available upon completion of this training.
The course features four modules:
- Role of Peers in Recovery
- Opioids and the Brain
- Treatment Options
- Supporting Those Using Opioids (community engagement & naloxone)
Learn about effective treatment options and strategies for using person-centered care to engage people with opioid use disorder (OUD) in their path to recovery.
(*Note: If you do not already have an account on HealtheKnowledge, you will be prompted to set one up before you can continue on to the course site. If you register and it doesn't take you back to the course page, click "Home" in the menu and look for it under the category "Opioid Use Disorder Treatment" or return to this page and click the link again. For more assistance, visit the How to Use HealtheKnowledge site or contact their support staff.