New Hope School of Counseling CRSS/CPRS Program
About the Program
Tuition, Internship Stipend, and other resources are paid for in full or in part
by a grant from IDHS/Division of Mental Health.
New Hope School of Counseling CRSS/CPRS Program is for individuals with lived experience in recovery from mental health and/or substance use. The program is geared to help students utilize their personal lived experience to help facilitate a supportive recovery environment that builds the resilience of individuals with mental illnesses, substance use disorders and/or dually diagnosed with both.
Through course work and internship, CRSS/CPRS students will be able to apply their learned skills in combination with their lived experience and provide a holistic supportive approach to individuals in need. Course material focuses on advocacy, ethics, mentoring, and recovery support.
We want to hear from you
New Hope School of Counseling and Rincon Family Services are thrilled to soon be offering this program, paid for in part by a grant from IDHS/Division of Mental Health.
While we are still in the development phase of the program, we would appreciate you letting us know more about your interest in the program.