Meet the Team

Peer Recovery Coach, Rebecca Tomblin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rebecca Tomblin
Becca (she/her/hers) is a Recovery Coach for the Marshall University Collegiate Recovery Community and a student at Marshall University. She recently graduated Marshall University’s Liberal Arts Program earning her bachelor’s in psychology. She is a person in long-term recovery from substance use disorder. Becca believes that recovery is for everyone and is grateful for a second chance at pursuing her education/career goals. In 2020 she graduated from Fresh Start earning certificates in moral recognition therapy, Seeking Safety, relapse prevention and 12-Step facilitation.

 

“The Marshall University Collegiate Recovery Community provided me the opportunity to grow in my recovery. The CRC has given me a supportive environment to pursue my education while working towards a lifetime of recovery. As a Peer Recovery Support Specialist, I have gained skills that will help me form positive relationships with future employers. I have leadership, planning, organizing, collaborating, integrity, inclusiveness, diversity, management, creative skills, and the opportunity to combat my fears of public speaking.”-Becca T.