Together Arkansas online course
A five-module course (13-16 min. per module) gives an overview of the legal and operational issues an employer must consider in dealing with an employee’s use of opioids and other substances. The modules include best practices around how, when and why to drug test; how to handle a situation if the employee confesses or is discovered to be using harmful substances; and much more. Although each module contains valuable information, you do not have to watch them in order or in their entirety.
Module Six is the story of second chances and gives insight into the employment of people who are currently in recovery. Module Seven shows the positive impact that peer support specialists offer through lived experiences, encouragement, and hope for employees seeking long-term recovery.
Although each module contains valuable information, you do not have to watch them in order or in their entirety.
Thank you for joining Together Arkansas.
A Story of Second Chances - Together Arkansas
Second chances matter. Learn how these employees bring talent, work ethic, and loyalty to the workplace creating a win-win situation for the employer and those in recovery.
(approx. 9.5 minutes)
People employed while
in treatment are more
likely to successfully
A Second Chance at Success - Together Arkansas
Lived experiences allow peer support specialists to help others moving into successful long-term recovery.
(approx. 6 minutes)
The State of Arkansas has provided core peer recovery specialist, advanced peer recovery specialist and peer recovery supervisor training for Arkansans statewide.
If you or someone that you care about is dealing with opioid-use or substance-use disorder, please reach out and seek treatment. Find help by contacting the national drug addiction helpline (24/7/365) at 1-800-644-HELP (4357) or the Arkansas Mental Health & Addiction Support Line at 1-844-763-0198.