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Mr. Phillip A. Valentine

Executive Director

CCAR

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CCAR

198 Wethersfield Avenue

Hartford, Connecticut 06114

United States

Company Description

Since 1998 the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) has organized the recovery community (people in recovery, family members, friends and allies) to 1) put a face on recovery and 2) to provide recovery support services to help sustain recov ... more

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Affiliations

Board Member
Faces & Voices

Advisory Board Member
Everest Lofts

Web References (183 Total References)


Leadership | Recovery Research Institute

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Phillip Valentine

Phillip Valentine is the Executive Director for the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) and has been an integral component in this Recovery Community Organization since January 1999. An accomplished speaker and presenter, he has gained recognition as a leader in the recovery community receiving awards from the Johnson Institute and Faces and Voices of Recovery. Currently, he is spearheading CCAR's effort to build a statewide network of Recovery Community Centers that feature innovative peer recovery support services. In recovery since December 28, 1987, he is the author of "Hooked on Recovery", a column that has enlightened the public about his personal recovery process in efforts to ease the discrimination surrounding addiction and recovery. A University of Connecticut graduate, he has worked as a counselor in a detox and residential treatment setting. He is married and has five children. He coaches youth travel soccer and his favorite hobbies are surf fishing, golf and movies.


Phillip ...

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Phillip Valentine

In the past few weeks, I have been presenting brief biographies of people that have been instrumental in developing the recovery coaching industry.
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One individual, Phillip Valentine, chose the William White recovery model and began one community recovery support center in Hartford and has grown the Connecticut Community of Addiction Recovery into a nationally recognized leader in developing recovery support centers and recovery coaching training.
Phillip Valentine is the Executive Director for the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR). He has been an integral component in this recovery community organization since January 1999. He is recognized as a strong leader in the recovery community and in recovery himself. Valentine is on the Board of Directors of Faces and Voices of Recovery in Washington DC; the nationally-recognized voice of the organized recovery community. In 2006 the Johnson Institute recognized his efforts with an America Honors Recovery award. In 2008, Faces and Voices of Recovery recognized CCAR with the first Joel Hernandez Voice of the Recovery Community Award as the outstanding recovery community organization in the country. In 2009, the Hartford Business Journal named him the Non-profit Executive of the Year. Currently, he is spearheading CCAR's effort to build a statewide network of Recovery Community Centers that feature innovative peer recovery support services like Recovery Coaches, Telephone Recovery Support, All-Recovery Groups and Recovery Works! -which is an employment services component to the recovery community centers.
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Valentine: I see treatment as more sterile, professional, hospital-like, staff-focused.
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Valentine: The vast majority of our recovery support services are provided by volunteers, and that's the way we hope to keep it.
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Valentine: It's always about the heart. There's a real spiritual component.
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Join BRSS TACS on June 3 ...

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Join BRSS TACS on June 3 to learn more about this important subject and to submit your questions to presenters Oryx Cohen, chief operating officer of the National Empowerment Center Technical Assistance Center, and Phillip Valentine, executive director of the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery.


"Every recovery movement needs a champion," ...

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"Every recovery movement needs a champion," said Phil Valentine, "a champion who's really passionate."

Valentine is executive director of the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery and a pioneer in a movement gaining momentum across the country, nowhere more so than in North Carolina. The recovery movement is founded on a notion that you might reasonably expect would be the guiding principle in the care for people with mental health and substance-use disorders, but isn't.
It's the belief that people with behavioral health issues should be helped to find their own routes back to good health, happiness and productivity. That medication compliance and symptom control aren't ultimate treatment goals: Recovery and reintegration are.
Valentine was referring, in that instance, to Richie Tannerhill.
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Richie Tannerhill, left, and Phil Valentine in Waynesville, where Valentine took a brief pause from his walk on the Appalachian Trail.
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Richie Tannerhill, left, with Phil Valentine, executive director of the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery.


Business Plan Helps Nonprofit Grow Margin & Mission |

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Phil Valentine

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Phil Valentine, An Entrepreneurial Leader
We met Phil Valentine, Executive Director of Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery, at one of No Margin, No Mission's Earned Income trainings last fall in Detroit. Phil was part of a group of esteemed leaders from the nationwide Recovery community who participated in our lively session to discuss entrepreneurial revenue generation for nonprofits.
Growing Margin and Mission With An Earned Income Business Plan
Phil was sufficiently impressed with our work helping nonprofits diversify revenue through entrepreneurial practices, that he decided to hire us.

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