Center for Inclusive Transition, Education, & Employment (CITEE)
Wisconsin Recovery Home Trainings

Wisconsin Residential Recovery Trainings

Program Description and Timeline

Recovery residences play an important role for individuals on their paths to recovery and wellness. The UW-Whitewater Center of Inclusive Transition, Education, and Employment (CITEE) in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services is offering free web-based training on best practices for operating recovery residences. The training is available to anyone and is guided by the National Alliance of Recovery Residences (NARR) 3.0 Standards and the Wisconsin Association of Sober Housing (WASH). The Residential Recovery Training supports learning the quality standards training program offered by the NARR 3.0 Standards training through WASH.

Recovery Residences are defined by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) as a home-like, residential environments that promote healthy recovery from a substance use disorder and support persons recovering from a substance use disorder through the use of peer recovery support.

Applications are now open. Support is available up to $4,000.

Questions? Email us at citee@uww.edu .

Who would be a good applicant and what does the support entail?

  • Recovery residences, as defined by SAMHSA, that are interested in quality policies and procedures. Becoming WASH certified is not a requirement for support and is an optional activity of applicants. The NARR 3.0 Standards training would be good preparation for WASH certification if that is of interest.
  • The house manager or lead has an interest in training and will be responsible for taking the pre and post survey assessments and for completing the NARR 3.0 Standards training. Support will be paid to the organization and not the individual house manager.

Eligibility for the Residential Recovery Training support:

  1. Currently operating a recovery residence and have a designated FEIN number OR
    1. If not currently operating a recovery residence, have set up the EIN number in preparation for operation and meet with a member of WASH about starting a recovery residence.
  2. The physical location of the recovery residence is within Wisconsin.
  3. Complete a pre-survey assessment
  4. Complete all trainings in the NARR 3.0 Standards online course.
  5. Complete the post-survey assessment of the training standards and provide feedback. 

  • Selection: We are currently accepting applications! Support will be offered based on order of applications received and those meeting eligibility requirements. Priority will be given to entities serving pregnant women, black, indigenous, or people of color or LGBTQIA+ populations if more applications are received than support available.
  • Notification and Required Activities: UW-Whitewater CITEE will notify applicants via email. This email will contain the support amount, necessary financial paperwork, and activities required to be completed.

Required Steps:

  • Complete the online application for the RRT support located here:

FY24 Application

  • The application includes questions and steps to:
    • Verify your status as a current recovery residence or potential recovery residence
    • Complete the pre-assessment training survey before starting the online NARR 3.0 Standards training
    • Then complete activities related to the NARR 3.0 Standards training
  • Once you receive the notification email you will be asked to complete a funding agreement and provide your W-9.
  • After completing the online NARR 3.0 Standards training, complete the post-assessment training survey including providing your feedback.
  • Step-by-step guide to completing the application through SMApply

Application Guide Button

For current RRT applicants with training to be completed by June 15, 2023, use this link to access your SM Apply application:

https://uww-citee.smapply.io/

This will take you to the SM Apply homepage to login. Once you’re logged in, go to your Organization (top left corner mentioned in the FAQ tutorial) and then select your application for RRT FY23.

Residential Recovery Timeline

Summer FY24 Winter FY24 Spring FY24

Application Opens

July 1

October 1

January 1

Application Deadline

August 31

November 30

April 15

Deadline to complete activities

September 15

December 15

May15

Frequently Asked Questions


Yes, upon first login you will create an account to log into the application in future sessions. Please note you should not submit the application until you have completed the full application. Once you submit your application you will not be able to access it again.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis in the summer, winter, and spring of FY23. See the Residential Recovery Timeline above for specific dates. Funding is available until exhausted. Once you have submitted your application and completed the pre-survey assessment, you may being the NARR 3.0 Standards training.

Notifications will be sent. If you were not notified, we would encourage applicants to apply in future program cycles or reach out to us at CITEE@uww.edu. 

Please see the Residential Recovery Training Program description and timeline. 

Please see the Residential Recovery Training Program description and timeline. 

Please see the Residential Recovery Training Program description and timeline. 

For technical assistance, please contact the UW-W CITEE email: citee@uww.edu 

No, at this time all applications need to be submitted online through the application portal.

The NARR 3.0 Standards training is available to those not interested in the funding. Please contact us at citee@uww.edu to request information on how to access the training.

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Location

Center for Inclusive Transition, Education, & Employment (CITEE)
Community Engagement Center
1260 W. Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190

Email

Qualified Treatment Trainee (QTT): 
qttgrants@uww.edu

Now Is The Time:
nowisthetime@uww.edu

Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC):
citee@uww.edu

WI-WIOA: 
wiwioacp@uww.edu

Phone

Phone: (262) 472-1702

Fax: (262) 472-4116