The Role of the Peer

The Role of the Peer Informational

Peer Support Certification Training programs provide an opportunity for consumers who have achieved significant recovery to assist others in their recovery journeys. Peer Support Specialists and Peer Support Supervisors facilitate skills and offer supports to assist those experiencing mental health challenges in leading meaningful lives in the community. Peer Support Specialists promote recovery; enhance hope and social networking through role modeling and activation; and supplement existing treatment with education, empowerment, and aid in system navigation.

This is accomplished by combining skills often learned in formal training, their experience, and institutional knowledge place them in optimum positions to offer support, share their knowledge, and relate in such a way that has made this evidence-based practice a rapidly growing field. In all areas of life, we believe that relationships are crucial to well-being.

Reaching out to someone who we believe will understand, Peer Support Specialists can provide that understanding during a time when many feel alienated and hopeless by providing important connections and hope that recovery is possible. Peer Support Specialists are more than just people who have been there, seen in a variety of settings including hospitals, drop-in centers, and prisons, peer support specialists go beyond

treatment as usual and use different training and skills to support recovery in conjunction with professionals like therapists, social workers, and psychiatrists.

They work in a variety of roles including case management, wellness coaching, education, and as active participants in a full range of clinical settings, including crisis services. Available in all fifty states and Medicaid reimbursable in thirty-five, Peer Support is considered a best practice by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Established in the public mental health system and moving into the private sector, the research shows that peers improve outcomes. Peer Support Services have been shown to:

  • Reduce symptoms and hospitalizations
  • Increase social support and participation in the community
  • Decrease lengths of hospital stays and costs of services
  • Improve well-being, self-esteem, and social functioning
  • Encourage more thorough and longer-lasting recoveries

Regardless of the setting or role, Warr On Wellness LLC Peer Support Specialist Training Entity ensures that Peer Supporter’s actively involved in a person’s recovery can certainly make a sudden and long term impact.

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The Role of the Peer

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The Role of the Peer Informational

The Role of the Peer. Peer Support Certification Training programs provide an opportunity for consumers who have achieved significant recovery to assist others in their recovery journeys. Peer Support Specialists and Peer Support Supervisors facilitate skills and offer supports to assist those experiencing mental health challenges in leading meaningful lives in the community. Peer Support Specialists promote recovery; enhance hope and social networking through role modeling and activation; and supplement existing treatment with education, empowerment, and aid in system navigation.

This is accomplished by combining skills often learned in formal training, their experience, and institutional knowledge place them in optimum positions to offer support, share their knowledge, and relate in such a way that has made this evidence-based practice a rapidly growing field. In all areas of life, we believe that relationships are crucial to well-being.

Reaching out to someone who we believe will understand, Peer Support Specialists can provide that understanding during a time when many feel alienated and hopeless by providing important connections and hope that recovery is possible. Peer Support Specialists are more than just people who have been there, seen in a variety of settings including hospitals, drop-in centers, and prisons, peer support specialists go beyond

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treatment as usual and use different training and skills to support recovery in conjunction with professionals like therapists, social workers, and psychiatrists.

They work in a variety of roles including case management, wellness coaching, education, and as active participants in a full range of clinical settings, including crisis services. Available in all fifty states and Medicaid reimbursable in thirty-five, Peer Support is considered a best practice by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Established in the public mental health system and moving into the private sector, the research shows that peers improve outcomes. Peer Support Services have been shown to:

  • Reduce symptoms and hospitalizations
  • Increase social support and participation in the community
  • Decrease lengths of hospital stays and costs of services
  • Improve well-being, self-esteem, and social functioning
  • Encourage more thorough and longer-lasting recoveries

Regardless of the setting or role, Warr On Wellness LLC Peer Support Specialist Training Entity ensures that Peer Supporter’s actively involved in a person’s recovery can certainly make a sudden and long term impact.

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