Peer Recovery Ethics: What Does the Code Say?


Scott Breedlove, MS, CPS, MARS

Presentation Description: This session will review the new CPS Ethics Code that was created when the CMPS and MRSS-P credentials were combined into the new CPS credential. The new CPS Ethics Code provides guidelines to protect both the peer providing services and the peer receiving services. The code is signed by all CPS applicants at both initial application and at each renewal.


  • Review the new CPS Ethics Code
  • Discuss the importance of following the code to protect professional credential
  • Provide key definitions of important recovery ethics principles

Slides and Handouts:

Breedlove_Peer Summit Ethics Session

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