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Infinite Pathways of Recovery

Learn to support those with substance use disorders/mental health challenges to find and explore the many pathways of recovery.

Infinite Pathways of Recovery

A single pathway doesn’t always meet the full scope of individual needs throughout our recovery. There is no one way to recover, and established pathways don’t always fully honor and support our individual values, beliefs, and identities. So where else do we go? How else can we identify and obtain the various types of support needed to sustain and grow our recovery? 

People seeking recovery are incredibly resilient, often finding many of the strengths, skills and abilities they need to recover within their personal culture. The infinite number of threads found within individual cultures can be woven into tapestries that support wellness and help build unique pathways for individuals that align with the stages of their recovery. When we explore culture and identity through story sharing in community, we help ourselves and each other discover our individual needs and the infinite pathways to meet them while transcending challenges, eliminating barriers to recovery and expanding personal and community wellness.

Purple Sky

In this training, we’ll explore the impact culture has on an individual’s needs and strengths and how to identify the unique components each person needs to support their recovery. We’ll then learn how to help individuals seeking to grow or sustain their recovery identify the threads that can be woven together into a personal tapestry of pathways that best supports their wellness throughout their journey and the stages of recovery. This training is ideal for anyone whose role involves supporting those seeking, or in, recovery from problematic substance use and/or mental health challenges.


  • Discover the specific components that encompass an individual’s needs for recovery support

  • Understand how culture can impact individuals’ recovery pathways; 

  • Discover where existing pathways meet individuals’ needs, or leave gaps;

  • Explore how to cultivate and design personal pathways for self and others;

  • Explore the stages of recovery in order to identify potential pathways; and

  • Practice implementing learned concepts in the creation of infinite pathways of recovery.

Credit Hours:
6 hours for CARC certification or recertification in MA
6 hours for CARC recertification in NY
6 hours for CCAR’s Recovery Coach Professional certification

Visit the Choice Recovery Coaching website to register:


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Meghann Perry is a person in recovery who devotes her energy and gifts to helping individuals and organizations discover and share their stories - in their own voices - in meaningful, healing, and impactful ways.