2019 Fundamentals Registration - Mt. Vernon (pdf)
2019 Fundamentals Registration - Chicago (pdf)
2019 Fundamentals Registration - Springfield (pdf)
On Tuesday, January 29, 2019, the Illinois Department of Human Services/Division of Mental Health sent out a notice of Registration Now Open for CRSS Fundamentals Training with the attached registration materials for each training site. We later discovered an error in the email that accompanied the documents, specific to the training that is scheduled in Chicago. The purpose of this message is to clarify the correct date for the training.
The correct date for Chicago is Monday, March 25. This is the date listed on the registration form. All other information remains the same. We apologize for any confusion.
For ease of reference, we are including all the original information about all three dates and sites below, with the Chicago information corrected:
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN. SEE ATTACHED FOR REGISTRATION FORMS.
The Illinois Department of Human Services/Division of Mental Health will be offering Certified Recovery Support Specialist (CRSS) Fundamentals Training designed for people to develop and enhance skills for relating, listening, and learning with and from others while working in the recovery support profession.
The training is FREE. Lunch is on your own.
- South: March 12 Mt. Vernon - Rend Lake College Marketplace
- Central: March 19 Springfield - Memorial Center for Learning & Innovation
- North: March 25 Chicago - Thompson Center
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. SEE ATTACHED FOR REGISTRATION FORMS.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Persons interested in the recovery support profession
- Persons who are new to the recovery support profession
- Persons desiring to enhance their skills in the recovery support profession
- Agency personnel interested in starting a recovery support program
- Supervisors and other agency staff who desire an enhanced understanding of the recovery support profession
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN AND PRACTICE:
- Recognize foundational recovery terms and practices
- Practice offering hope through positive self-disclosure
- Develop skills for relating, listening, and learning with and from others
- Identify ethics of self-disclosure and boundaries as they relate to working as a recovery support professional
- Utilize the foundational principles of wellness as a framework for goal-setting
- Recognize opportunities for effective utilization of supervision