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P2P Recovery Resources | A Colorado Medicaid Provider

Become a P2P Recovery Coach

We’re always looking for qualified peer recovery coaches to join our team. If you’re interested in becoming a coach, please complete the questionnaire below. 

P2P Peer Recovery Coach job description

P2P Recovery Resources is looking for peer recovery coaches to partner with P2P in the Denver Metro area. A P2P recovery coach assists our clients with the day-to-day challenges of recovery. A P2P peer recovery coach facilitates relationships and serves as a link between the agency, clinical providers, natural supports, other service providers, and the community. The coach meets with a recoveree and supports an individual’s desire to focus on specific issues. The recovery plan is recoveree centered and supports a recoveree’s path to recovery. This is not a desk job. P2P provides coaches access to our clients and will provide assignments to a coach based on general compatibility factors. The coaches can meet with the recoveree individually, face to face in the community multiple days during a week and/or introduce them to weekly peer run or clinical groups and/or provide them access to individual clinical counseling. P2P also offers Intensive Outpatient (IOP) or General Outpatient- INSPIREp2p (GOP-I) programs if appropriate. P2P coaches decide how many recoverees they work with at a time and are responsible for managing their own weekly schedule.


  • Candidates are well established in their own recovery and self-identify as an individual with life experience of behavioral health and/or substance use disorder.
  • Have 2 years of sobriety- minimum.
  • Must agree to periodic random drug test- i.e., the P.f.P.2.P.P.P
  • Have peer recovery training and have completion certificates from industry recognized curriculum’s that meet the Colorado Behavioral Health Council Core Competencies standards.
  • Is at least 18 years of age.
  • Pass a criminal background check (Justice Involvement is acceptable)
  • Have a reliable vehicle.
  • Have a valid Colorado driver’s license.
  • Have valid and current Colorado automobile insurance with acceptable liability coverage.
  • Have at least high school diploma or GED equivalent. 
  • Are not a family member of the individual who receives Peer Support services.
  • Be dependable, reliable, and effectively able to deliver the services.
  • Have an active Colorado Professional Liability Insurance policy prior to any Client assignment. P2P will provide direction for this. Policies are approximately $170/year.


  • Complete documentation of services including a daily report describing the client interactions, the time spent performing the interactions and the effectiveness of these interactions and obtaining the clinical overview approval signature by our clinical staff. i.e. DAP Notes
  • Ensure that all documentation is accurate and reflective of services and completed on time as defined by the agency’s policy and state guidelines.
  • Attend periodic supervision meetings and complete tasks as assigned by supervisor.
  • Provide input into a recoverees plan modification with the P2P treatment teams, as needed.
  • Ensure confidentiality regarding sensitive material ensuring HIPAA Compliance
  • Ensure individual rights to privacy, and protected health information for the person receiving services.
  • Perform all duties with a spirit of Teamwork.