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The Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) supplies essential support to active program participants. Working in collaboration with adjunct providers and external agencies, CRS staff work individually with participants to complete screening activities, input relevant screening data to recovery data platform, support and inform the development of comprehensive Recovery Service Plans, manage a caseload of active program participants and provide ongoing recovery navigation and support services.

Recovery Oriented: Peer recovery workers hold out hope to those they serve, partnering with them to envision and achieve a meaningful and purposeful life. Peer recovery workers help those they serve identify and build on strengths and empower them to choose for themselves, recognizing that there are multiple pathways to recovery.

Person-Centered: Peer recovery support services are always directed by the person participating in services. Peer recovery support is personalized to align with the specific hopes, goals, and preferences of the individual served and to respond to specific needs the individuals has identified to the peer recovery worker.

Voluntary: Peer recovery workers are partners or consultants to those they serve. They do not dictate the types of services provided or the elements of those recovery services that will guide their work with peers. Participation in peer recovery support services is always contingent on peer choice.

Relationship-Focused: The relationship between the peer recovery worker and the peer is the foundation on which peer recovery support services and support are provided. The relationship between the peer recovery worker and peer is respectful, trusting, empathetic, collaborative, and mutual.

Trauma-Informed: Peer recovery support utilizes a strengths-based framework that emphasizes physical, psychological, and emotional safety and creates opportunities for survivors to rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.

TNH Behavioral Health
York, PA

Maintain an active and professional relationship with all program stakeholders and service providers, including effective collaboration with the participant’s care team, receiving referrals and communicating the status of program participation, care coordination and navigation, for each participant referred.

Utilize appropriate Screening Tools, as well as other identified Programmatic Tools, to identify the needs, goals, and action steps of each individual.
Coordinate behavioral health services and ancillary needs-based services.

Utilize designated database to keep accurate and detailed records of each individual’s received services, coordinated services, relevant legal documents, relevant releases of information and consents, Recovery Plans, and any other appropriate documentation.

In collaboration with the participant’s care team, provide ongoing recovery systems navigation and support services, including facilitating transfer to higher or lower levels of behavioral health care as needed by the individual.

Participate in Community Trainings and Educational initiatives at the direction of the DSP.

Adaptability to developing program needs, referral processes, and on call rotations as identified per program need.


Valid certification as a CRS through PCB (required)
Minimum High School diploma (required)
12 months of continuous employment within last 3 years (required)
Valid certification as a CPS (preferred)

Contact Info

Matthew Reeves