One-day Recovery Housing Summits 
We'll introduce providers and other stakeholders to our work creating a statewide registry of reviewed and accredited residences based on NARR's Quality Standards. We'll also discuss state licensing as it applies to those offering higher levels of care. Other topics will include fair housing, NIMBYism, and MOUD. This will be an excellent time to network with other providers and share best practices.

Individualized Technical Assistance  
We're excited to offer one-on-one assistance to providers and hopeful providers who want to develop policies, learn best practices, and glean from what others are doing. When you register for assistance, you'll be paired up with a mentor provider who will share expertise and help you find the answers you're looking for. These sessions will be scheduled individually as needed. To sign up, email  

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Accreditation Team Member Training  
If you'd like to serve the recovery housing profession by becoming a document reviewer or residence inspector, come learn how.  This session will provide an in-depth survey of the latest NARR quality standards and the WA state Fidelity Review Standards as they apply to recovery residences.   

February 5th 10 AM - 4 PM
Register Here

Licensing Seminars 
If your organization offers specific services to residents, WA state licensure may be a great way to serve more residents and even receive reimbursement from Medicaid. Residence providers who operate homes within the NARR levels III and IV may be eligible for licensure and Medicaid funding.  Come learn more about levels of care and what's involved in being licensed by the state.  10 - 1  PM
October 14th Recording Here



Please join us for a special 2-day virtual training where we will take a look at what makes a good peer mentor and how to best set them up for success. We will be discussing topics that are current, relevant and time tested in the ever-evolving world of recovery housing. Some of the topics we will cover are conflict resolution, emergency response, recovery support basics and boundaries with housemates just to name a few.