Company hires for coordinator jobs in Connecticut
Posted on January 30, 2013
CCAR, a nonprofit organization that promotes recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction through advocacy, education, and service, has hired Stacy Rosay to become its first CCAR Recovery Coach Academy Coordinator, which will create coordinator jobs in Connecticut.
Rosay was hired by CCAR for her long history of event and project coordination. With more than sixteen years spent working in a nonprofit setting at the State Education Resource Center (SERC), she brings experience to CCAR.
Rosay will manage all aspects of the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy, including the engagement of trainers and coaches, assessment and development of procedures, and the preparation of marketing materials for use in the field. Launched in 2008, the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy™ is the first peer-based recovery coaching and training program designed for those interested in guiding individuals into and through long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction.
Phil Valentine, Executive Director of CCAR, “Stacy brings a great deal of knowledge, insight, and experience to CCAR that will be of tremendous benefit to us as we continue to expand and grow our mission-related programs.” Mr. Valentine continued, “ We’re thrilled to have a professional of Stacy’s caliber join our team, and look forward to her many contributions now and in the future.”
Rosay is a member of the Junior League of Greater New Britain, where she has been a board member and officer since joining the League in 2007.
Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) is a Hartford, Connecticut based 501(c)3 nonprofit that works nationally to promote recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction through advocacy, education and service. The organization “puts a face on recovery” and provides recovery support services that connect people to resources that inspire hope and healing.