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PRO•A was established in 1998 to give a voice and focal point to the statewide recovery community in Pennsylvania.


PRO窶「A’s Latest Quarterly Report Newsletter is now available.ツ

Read the latest Quarterly Report Newsletter here.ツThis issue includes:

  • Information on the completion of the 2014-2017 and our recently awarded 2017-2020 RCSP Grants
  • RCO Updates
  • A review of the Recovery Works Summit
  • #PArecovers stories
  • And more…
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Announcing: Certified Family Recovery Specialist Credential

To more formally recognize the value of family recovery specialists in the workforce, we are pleased to announce a new credential for family recovery specialists who wish to obtain the new certification offered by the Pennsylvania Certification Board (PCB).

The development of the Certified Family Recovery Specialist (CFRS) credential was a joint effort between PCB and PRO-A and several family recovery specialists who were selected as Subject Matter Experts to develop CFRS core competencies and standards for the new credential.ツThe requirements for the new credential include:

  • 60 Hours of education
  • Letters of reference/character
  • Statement of lived experience
  • Re-certification
The credential becomes available January 1, 2018.ツSee the full announcementhere.

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