Created by Rachel Witmer | 25 Questions
This practice exam has been developed to assist candidates preparing for their IC&RC Peer Recovery (PR) examination.
After completing the practice examination, candidates will receive a score report identifying their areas of strength and weakness. In addition, they will receive a copy of the questions, the correct answers, and the answer the candidate selected.
It is important to note the practice examination was not developed to be an indicator of actual performance. Candidates should still ensure they prepare appropriately for their examination based on their individual knowledge and skills and not solely on the results of their practice examination.
Other Important Notes:
There is only one version of each practice examination. Purchasing multiple exams will result in candidates taking the same examination with each purchase.
The practice exam must be taken within 30 days of purchase.
You have 60 minutes to complete the practice exam.
The practice exam must be completed once it is started. You are not able to resume at a later day.
You will be provided with a performance report after you submit your answers by ending the quiz.
Practice exams are non-refundable
5 Sample Questions
Recovery is based on a recovery plan that is
family- and professionally-directed.
A peer in recovery can become an advocate
after a 6-month training period as a volunteer.
after completing a training course.
without breaching any traditions of a 12-step community.
only with permission from their sponsor.
The concept of recovery-oriented care best reflects the understanding that recovering individuals
receive services reflecting the full scope of needs throughout their recovery.
should receive ongoing care for at least 6 months.
receive outpatient services to recover successfully.
must primarily rely on themselves throughout their recovery.
Advocacy in the addiction recovery field is intended to
support and find appropriate employment for individuals in recovery.
promote the dignity of and reduce the stigma against individuals in recovery.
provide housing and shelter for individuals in recovery.
educate individuals in recovery.
What term is used to best describe a program of activities to support recovery following inpatient or residential treatment?