MPAC endeavors to identify and train grassroot leaders to lead, organize and advocate for the recovery community.
The MPAC Advocacy & Leadership Program (MPAC ALP) is geared to provide educational, advocacy and leadership training for individuals, allies, family, community members and supporters of recovery.
The ALP Program includes training for Peer Recovery Coaches in addition to Maryland Addiction and Behavioral-health Professional Certification Board (MABPCB) approved trainings. All trainings are geared toward Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) credentialing as well as specific advocacy and leadership courses, application navigation, supervision, technical support, workshops, projects and assignments.
If you are interested in learning more about the
MPAC Advocacy & Leadership Program please email