Founder/CEO Lila Boyer founded H.O.P.E in 2014 after spending over two decades in the field of human services, specializing in substance use disorders and over two decades in personal recovery. Lila earned her bachelor’s degree in professional studies-Human Services and a master’s degree in public affairs and administration. Lila became Credentialed as an Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor advanced (CASAC- A) and is certified as an Addiction Recovery Coach (CARC), Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) & Master Certified Life Coach. Lila is a CCAR (Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery) TOT and a NYS OASAS Educational Trainer Provider (ETP). FOR -NY Best Practice Trainer
H.O.P.E. is comprised of two components; Personal Development Coaching and Professional Training & Development.
The Recovery Support Services are for those seeking recovery, in recovery, or professionals seeking to enhance their service delivery by utilizing a Strength-Based Recovery Coaching Model for peer-to-peer support services.
The Professional Training & Development component offers both the CCAR-Recovery Coach Academy 30 - hour training and Ethical Considerations for Peers 16 - hour training for a non- clinical peer-to- peer approach recovery & wellness. We provide the 350-hour NYS OASAS CASAC training for a clinical approach to addiction & recovery; ALL approved by OASAS
We have found that like people, organizations are living breathing entities, and no matter what the goal of the individual, professional, or organization; personal or professional each individual or organizations are unique. The one-size-fits-all cookie cutter approach will never help an individual, professional, or organization reach their full potential. We meet people, professionals, and organizations where they are and assist them in developing their own plan tailored to their goals, aspirations, and challenges to assist other people growth and develop either personally or professionally.