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Tuerk House Inc.
Baltimore, Maryland

The Peer Recovery Specialist (PRS) supports the Clinical Director/Site Manager or Director of Medical Services/DON. The Recovery Specialist will serve as a role model, mentor, advocate and motivator for recovering clients. In this role, the Peer Recovery Specialist will assist clients in finding appropriate resources for long-term stability.


• Identify obstacles to accessing services and support, addressing these in collaboration with participants and their Individual Recovery Management Team.
• Ensure that all individuals have appropriate discharge plans in place that are well understood by the client
• If support is needed to implement the discharge plan, ensure that the appropriate support is in place.
• When appropriate, assertively support connections to mutual self-help groups.
• Provide peer support to help recovering people have their voices fully heard and their needs, goals and objectives established as the focal point.
• Support peers to identify their area of need for professional support and services and communicate those needs to clinical staff.
• Transporting clients to the appropriate referral source or safe environment.
• Coach recovering clients on independent use of community resources.
• Maintain contact by phone and/or email to provide peer support to aid recovering clients after they leave the program to ensure their on-going success and to provide re-engagement support in partnership with others in the organization, if needed.
• Provide recovery education to service clients for every phase of the recovery journey from pre-recovery engagement, recovery initiation, recovery stabilization, and sustained recovery maintenance.
• Develop relationships with community groups/agencies in partnership with others in the agency.
• Completes documentation, reports and captures data in accordance with the Stabilization Center processes.
• Refers patients to appropriate services in the community as necessary and documents referrals and outcomes.
• All other duties as assigned.


• A personal belief in recovery.
• Ability to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
• Good communication skills and ability to interact effectively with personnel, visitors, patients, physicians and the general public.
• High Energy Level, Flexibility, Interpersonal Skills and ability to function as a team with other employees.
• An ability to flexibly engage people based on their own needs.
• Demonstrated ability to respect and maintain appropriate and professional boundaries with management, peers, customers and clients always.
• Must be able to follow written and oral instruction.
• Demonstrated ability to read, understand and speak English.
• Must hold a valid driver’s license.
• High school diploma or GED equivalent required.
• Connecticut Community Recovery (CCAR) Training Required.
• CPR/AED and De-escalation skills
• Demonstrates ability to use entire MS Office (Outlook, Word, and Excel). Ability to learn in-house software.
• At least two (2) years of sobriety.
• No substitutions may be made.
• Connecticut Community for Recovery (CCAR) Training required.
• Must continually demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills.

Contact Info

All interested applicants should send their resumes to Gabrielle Debra, gdebra@tuerkhouse.org