Recovery Training

We equip  communities with impactful addiction recovery solutions by collaborating with local churches and organisations.

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Group Facilitator Training

Real people. Real hope. Real possibility.

Why Recovery
Groups?

Research shows that commitment to healthy, cohesive Recovery Groups is a critical part of a successful recovery journey. One of the key strategies of Project Exodus is the establishment of these life-giving groups in as many communities as possible.

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Start a recovery group in your community

Group Facilitation Training equips everyday people to facilitate Addiction and Supporters’ Recovery Groups in their own neighbourhoods.

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Initial
Training

Attend a dynamic 2-day workshop exploring the heart of Project Exodus in relation to addiction, the recovery journey and the basics of establishing a Recovery Group.

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Group
Support

Project Exodus gives much support, in setting up and raising awareness around  new Recovery Groups. Facilitators are provided with an extensive resource library.

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Resource
Provision

Where possible, established facilitators are physically present to guide and mentor group facilitation as groups start.

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Continued
Development

There are many opportunities for group facilitators to grow and develop  through further training modules, monthly check-ins and readily available advice.

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Recovery Coach Training

Real people. Real hope. Real possibility.

Why recovery coaching?

Recovery coaching is aimed at the individual who has exited the cycle of addiction and is on a recovery journey to wellness. The aim of recovery coaching is to guide the individual in solving their own challenging situations.

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Become a Project Exodus approved Recovery Coach

Project Exodus Recovery Coach Training equips group facilitators to guide individuals in recovery towards finding their own solutions.

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Training

Training as a recovery coach is done in collaboration with Ubuntu Addiction Community Trust (U-ACT). The initial training is 40 hours of face-to-face  or online.

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Experience

As part of the training, potential recovery coaches get to practice and experience 60
hours of face-to-face and online coaching.

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Certification

Once a case-study, a coaching journal, and two 10 minute videos are submitted, an exam and a final live coaching session are assessed for certification as a Professional Recovery Coach.

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Continued
Development

Project Exodus Approved Recovery Coaches are up-skilled in group sessions as well as coached in their individual capacities on a monthly basis.

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