MPAC Advocacy

& Leadership Program

 

The Maryland Peer Advisory Council, MPAC Advocacy & Leadership Program is a structured program for individuals, family and community members and supporters of recovery. 

MPAC endeavors to identify and train grassroot leaders to maintain a cohesive team to lead, organize and advocate for the recovery community.  

The MPAC Advocacy & MPAC Leadership Program (MPAC ALP) includes prerequisite Peer Recovery Coach in addition to Maryland Addiction and Behavioral-health Professional Certification Board board (MABPCB) approved trainings geared toward Certified Peer Recovery Specialist credentialing as well as specific advocacy and leadership courses, application navigation, technical support and projects and assignments. 

To participate in MPAC ALP Cohorts, potential registrants are required to attend one Informational session (only one), complete an online application, be interviewed by a recovery and community panel, commit to the program schedule, present during MPAC ALP Fellow day and participate in ongoing advocacy efforts.   

If you are interested in learning more about the
MPAC Advocacy & Leadership Program please email to:

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"The integrity of the industry rests upon your shoulders. Don’t be used...be utilized—Properly. Terminology and engagements are to be done within the boundaries of your certification ".
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PHONE: 443-438-7569
CELL:      410-357-1103

EMAIL: mpacalp@gmail.com 

MPAC 

MPAC ADVOCACY & LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

2233 Orleans Street

Baltimore, MD 21231

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