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The Allegheny County Regional Recovery Hub (ACRRH) Training and Technical Assistance Center is a PA DDAP funded project managed by Unity Recovery. With a primary goal of increasing the knowledge and capacity of recovery support services throughout Allegheny County, the ACRRH provides free recovery support service training and technical assistance to all requesting stakeholders.
In addition to the priority areas identified above, we offer training and technical assistance in the following domains:
The Unity Regional Recovery Hub community advisory board meets bi-annually to inform the ongoing recovery support services needs assessment, our training and technical assistance priority areas, and the impact of the hub in our local community. Advisory board members are paid a stipend for their participation at each meeting and for the benefit of their lived and living experience to the hub.
In addition to our internal RRH team of trainers and subject matter experts, we work with professionals and community members around the country to facilitate training and technical assistance requests. Do you have specialty expertise in our priority training domains above? Then we want to hear from you! Please submit your interest in becoming a RRH subject matter expert trainer.
As part of the ongoing efforts of the Regional Recovery Hub, we convene a learning collaborative monthly on a range of rotating topics specific to recovery support services. Content is delivered in-person, digitally, and virtually. This free learning opportunity is available to any professional and community member across the United States and can be joined using the button below.
Each year, the regional recovery hub team works to complete an Allegheny County recovery support service needs assessment. This assessment focuses on evaluating and mapping recovery support services available as part of the county ecosystem, the prevalence of recovery amongst community members, and identifying priorities, opportunities, and gaps within our training and technical assistance infrastructure. We accept rolling feedback from community members on priority areas which can be submitted using the button below.