Young Adults (19-26)
Nov
13
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Unplugged
Nov
14
6:00 PM18:00

Unplugged

This is a time to fellowship and make lasting connections. This is specific to ages 19-26. The location changes weekly, so contact Brock or Hunter for the details.

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Courage Connections (15-18)
Nov
18
7:00 PM19:00

Courage Connections (15-18)

Courage Connections for Adolescence - (ages 15-18): This meeting aims to provide youth with new experiences and sharing positive values. Mentors can help young people avoid negative behaviors and achieve success. When designated with a mentor, young adults have an increased likelihood of going to college, having better attitudes toward school, finding a trade after high school, increasing their social and emotional development, and improving their self-esteem.

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Young Adults (19-26)
Nov
20
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Young Adults (19-26)
Nov
27
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Unplugged
Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

Unplugged

This is a time to fellowship and make lasting connections. This is specific to ages 19-26. The location changes weekly, so contact Brock or Hunter for the details.

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Courage Connections (15-18)
Dec
2
7:00 PM19:00

Courage Connections (15-18)

Courage Connections for Adolescence - (ages 15-18): This meeting aims to provide youth with new experiences and sharing positive values. Mentors can help young people avoid negative behaviors and achieve success. When designated with a mentor, young adults have an increased likelihood of going to college, having better attitudes toward school, finding a trade after high school, increasing their social and emotional development, and improving their self-esteem.

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Young Adults (19-26)
Dec
4
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Unplugged
Dec
5
6:00 PM18:00

Unplugged

This is a time to fellowship and make lasting connections. This is specific to ages 19-26.

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Young Adults (19-26)
Dec
11
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Unplugged
Dec
12
6:00 PM18:00

Unplugged

This is a time to fellowship and make lasting connections. This is specific to ages 19-26. The location changes weekly, so contact Brock or Hunter for the details.

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Courage Connections (15-18)
Dec
16
7:00 PM19:00

Courage Connections (15-18)

Courage Connections for Adolescence - (ages 15-18): This meeting aims to provide youth with new experiences and sharing positive values. Mentors can help young people avoid negative behaviors and achieve success. When designated with a mentor, young adults have an increased likelihood of going to college, having better attitudes toward school, finding a trade after high school, increasing their social and emotional development, and improving their self-esteem.

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Young Adults (19-26)
Dec
18
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Unplugged
Dec
26
6:00 PM18:00

Unplugged

This is a time to fellowship and make lasting connections. This is specific to ages 19-26. The location changes weekly, so contact Brock or Hunter for the details.

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Courage Connections (15-18)
Dec
30
7:00 PM19:00

Courage Connections (15-18)

Courage Connections for Adolescence - (ages 15-18): This meeting aims to provide youth with new experiences and sharing positive values. Mentors can help young people avoid negative behaviors and achieve success. When designated with a mentor, young adults have an increased likelihood of going to college, having better attitudes toward school, finding a trade after high school, increasing their social and emotional development, and improving their self-esteem.

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RC Training - Youth
Feb
6
5:30 PM17:30

RC Training - Youth

More and more the population of persons seeking recovery from an addiction is getting younger and younger.  Coaches who can speak the language of a younger generation can greatly impact their access to sustained long term recovery.

CART has developed the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© for Young Adults to enhance the skills of those individuals who will be supporting young adults on their recovery journey.  We believe this ground-breaking training program is one of the best available for anyone interested in recovery coaching young people. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to guide and mentor others through their own recovery process and is open to everyone – people in recovery, family members, friends and allies.  Much like the journey of recovery, this training offers a transformational experience.   This innovative new training will be delivered as three days live and two days online.

Participants in this course will learn to:

  • Describe the roles and functions of a recovery coach

  • List the fundamental principles of recovery coaching

  • Explore different definitions and pathways of recovery

  • Build communication skills to enhance relationships

  • Discover attitudes about self-disclosure & sharing your story

  • Understand the role of belief systems and values in the coaching relationship

  • Describe the different roles and applications for recovery coaching

  • Increase awareness of culture, power & privilege

  • Address ethical & boundary issues

  • Experience recovery wellness planning

  • Practice newly acquired skills

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RC Training - Youth
Feb
7
9:00 AM09:00

RC Training - Youth

More and more the population of persons seeking recovery from an addiction is getting younger and younger.  Coaches who can speak the language of a younger generation can greatly impact their access to sustained long term recovery.

CART has developed the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© for Young Adults to enhance the skills of those individuals who will be supporting young adults on their recovery journey.  We believe this ground-breaking training program is one of the best available for anyone interested in recovery coaching young people. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to guide and mentor others through their own recovery process and is open to everyone – people in recovery, family members, friends and allies.  Much like the journey of recovery, this training offers a transformational experience.   This innovative new training will be delivered as three days live and two days online.

Participants in this course will learn to:

  • Describe the roles and functions of a recovery coach

  • List the fundamental principles of recovery coaching

  • Explore different definitions and pathways of recovery

  • Build communication skills to enhance relationships

  • Discover attitudes about self-disclosure & sharing your story

  • Understand the role of belief systems and values in the coaching relationship

  • Describe the different roles and applications for recovery coaching

  • Increase awareness of culture, power & privilege

  • Address ethical & boundary issues

  • Experience recovery wellness planning

  • Practice newly acquired skills

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RC Training - Youth
Feb
8
9:00 AM09:00

RC Training - Youth

More and more the population of persons seeking recovery from an addiction is getting younger and younger.  Coaches who can speak the language of a younger generation can greatly impact their access to sustained long term recovery.

CART has developed the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© for Young Adults to enhance the skills of those individuals who will be supporting young adults on their recovery journey.  We believe this ground-breaking training program is one of the best available for anyone interested in recovery coaching young people. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to guide and mentor others through their own recovery process and is open to everyone – people in recovery, family members, friends and allies.  Much like the journey of recovery, this training offers a transformational experience.   This innovative new training will be delivered as three days live and two days online.

Participants in this course will learn to:

  • Describe the roles and functions of a recovery coach

  • List the fundamental principles of recovery coaching

  • Explore different definitions and pathways of recovery

  • Build communication skills to enhance relationships

  • Discover attitudes about self-disclosure & sharing your story

  • Understand the role of belief systems and values in the coaching relationship

  • Describe the different roles and applications for recovery coaching

  • Increase awareness of culture, power & privilege

  • Address ethical & boundary issues

  • Experience recovery wellness planning

  • Practice newly acquired skills

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Unplugged
Nov
7
6:00 PM18:00

Unplugged

This is a time to fellowship and make lasting connections. This is specific to ages 19-26.

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Young Adults (19-26)
Nov
6
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Courage Connections (15-18)
Nov
4
7:00 PM19:00

Courage Connections (15-18)

Courage Connections for Adolescence - (ages 15-18): This meeting aims to provide youth with new experiences and sharing positive values. Mentors can help young people avoid negative behaviors and achieve success. When designated with a mentor, young adults have an increased likelihood of going to college, having better attitudes toward school, finding a trade after high school, increasing their social and emotional development, and improving their self-esteem.

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Unplugged
Oct
31
6:00 PM18:00

Unplugged

This is a time to fellowship and make lasting connections. This is specific to ages 19-26. The location changes weekly, so contact Brock or Hunter for the details.

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Young Adults (19-26)
Oct
30
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Motivational Interview Training
Oct
25
9:00 AM09:00

Motivational Interview Training

  • Midlands Technical College (Harbison Campus - Continuing Education Center, Room 102) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The goal of this initial core training will be to offer participants the opportunity to learn the basic skill-set needed for Motivational Interviewing., the underlying spirit and building blocks, and how it may be utilized in a variety of settings. Role play and practice are a large part of this experience. This training is offered at NO COST.

Goal: Gain an understanding of basic MI uses and principles, and develop beginning skills and strategies.

Objectives:

  • Describe the four process utilized in MI

  • Explain the contrast of sustain and change talk

  • Discuss concrete strategies for addressing discord in the conversation

  • Demonstrate through role-play the ability to elicit change talk and provide empathic reflective statements.

*CEU’s available*

Lunch and snacks will be provided

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Motivational Interview Training
Oct
24
9:00 AM09:00

Motivational Interview Training

  • Midlands Technical College (Harbison Campus - Continuing Education Center, Room 102) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The goal of this initial core training will be to offer participants the opportunity to learn the basic skill-set needed for Motivational Interviewing., the underlying spirit and building blocks, and how it may be utilized in a variety of settings. Role play and practice are a large part of this experience. This training is offered at NO COST.

Goal: Gain an understanding of basic MI uses and principles, and develop beginning skills and strategies.

Objectives:

  • Describe the four process utilized in MI

  • Explain the contrast of sustain and change talk

  • Discuss concrete strategies for addressing discord in the conversation

  • Demonstrate through role-play the ability to elicit change talk and provide empathic reflective statements.

*CEU’s available*

Lunch and snacks will be provided

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Young Adults (19-26)
Oct
23
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Courage Connections (15-18)
Oct
21
7:00 PM19:00

Courage Connections (15-18)

Courage Connections for Adolescence - (ages 15-18): This meeting aims to provide youth with new experiences and sharing positive values. Mentors can help young people avoid negative behaviors and achieve success. When designated with a mentor, young adults have an increased likelihood of going to college, having better attitudes toward school, finding a trade after high school, increasing their social and emotional development, and improving their self-esteem.

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Unplugged
Oct
17
6:00 PM18:00

Unplugged

This is a time to fellowship and make lasting connections. This is specific to ages 19-26. The location changes weekly, so contact Brock or Hunter for the details.

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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Young Adults (19-26)
Oct
16
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adults (19-26)

Courage Connections for Young People - (ages 19-26): This is a mutual aid support group grounded in recovery philosophy and desinged to be person-centered to 1) improve health and wellness, 2) live a self-directed live, and 3) to reach your full potential.

Contacts:

Brock Sansbury, Deputy Director - (803) 445-5457

Hunter Welch, Recovery Coach - (803) 446-7938

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