Become a Ready Now Recovery Facilitator
Thank you for visiting our website. The fact that you clicked on this page indicates that you have some understanding of the nature of addiction and other life-controlling issues. You want to help others experience freedom, but you may not feel fully equipped. Ready Now Recovery Facilitator training enables you to facilitate a support group either in-person or virtually. We provide you with necessary resources and up to date information regarding addictions. This training will also usher you into multiple communities: your community, the Ready Now community, and the Adult & Teen Challenge community. Please watch the video below to hear from some of our facilitators, then follow the links beneath the video to become a facilitator.
What's the process?
After your application is approved, you’ll begin your 45 day online training – a blend of online courses and live group training.
After completing all required training, you will receive certification to begin facilitating your own groups.
I have more questions!
There is a monthly subscription fee of $10 (or $100 annually) with an initial $20 set-up fee. Click on the next tab to see what is included in the subscription.
- Certification Card: Identifies you as an approved ATC Facilitator/Trainer
- Welcome Packet: Includes brochures, ATC resources, support team contact information, etc.
- Annual Training: You will have access to ongoing training, required annual training, and advanced training
- Updated Curricula: We are regularly writing new curricula which can be offered as new groups
- Discount: You will receive a discount on select ATC curriculum
- Resources: Access to hotlines, counseling services, and residential centers
- Team Support: Ongoing access to team and tech support
- RightNow Media: Access to unlimited resources for ministry and personal use
Because there is an option to become an independent contractor and receive compensation for leading a group in the Sober Peer platform (the tool that powers our virtual groups), we need to have one of two documents on file: a W9 or a signed Waiver of Compensation.
If you choose to become an independent contractor to receive compensation from facilitating a group on the Sober Peer platform, you will need to fill out a W9 form. By doing so, you will assume all responsibilities of an independent contractor.
In order to receive payment, there are two requirements that must be met:
- There must be a minimum of 8 participants that participate for the duration of the meeting.
- Each participant must pay $25.00 for the group subscription through the Sober Peer platform.
If you choose to waive any compensation from facilitating a group on the Sober Peer platform, you will need to fill out the Waiver of Compensation.
The option to receive payment for facilitating groups only applies to conducting groups on the Sober Peer Platform, not for conducting in-person groups.
- Christian Models of People Helping
- The Nature and Scope of Mental, Behavioral, and Relational Health Issues
- Discovering your Personal Ministry Gifts
- Characteristics of Effective People Helping
- Unleashing the Healing Power of Forgiveness
- Setting and Maintaining Healthy Boundaries
- Ethical and Legal Issues in People Helping
- Tips, Tools, and Techniques for Virtual Ministry
- Exposing the Nature of Addiction
- Confronting Toxic Denial
- Understanding Grief & Addiction
- Ending the Addictive Cycle
- Building a New Legacy
- Establishing a New Normal
Intimacy with Purpose (male & female curriculum)
- The Value of You
- Treasure of Your Femininity/Masculinity
- Eyes Wide Open
- Intimacy with God
- Connecting with Others
- The Intimacy of Marriage
- This two-step program introduces the relationship between grief and addiction and teaches methods for guiding individuals through difficult times of loss
Confidentiality for Volunteers
- Intro to Confidentiality
- Best Practices
- Record Keeping
- HIPAA & ATC Requirements
- This resource instructs readers on a number of topics, including building relationships, discerning group needs, creating good questions, and teaching for life change.
Disciples are Made Not Born
- The Kind of Person God Uses
- Jesus as Lord
- The Cost of Discipleship
- A Proper View Of God and Man
- Evangelism and the Disciple
- Recruiting a Prospective Disciple
- How to Train a Disciple – Follow up, Imparting the Basics, Conviction and Perspective, Gifts and Calling
- Multiplying Your Efforts
- Choosing a Life Objective
- In-person/virtual group
- One hour weekly
- Observe a trainer
- Conduct one session
The training is designed to be completed within 45 days from the time that you create your account in our online Learning Management System.
You will need to establish a core team of other trained Ready Now Recovery facilitators in your community to begin promoting and hosting “in-person” groups. To host virtual groups, you will need to contact us so that you can be added to the virtual platform in order to create groups.