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Comparative Analysis of State Requirements for Peer Support Specialist Training and Certification in the United States

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CPPS Exam Study Question Examples

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Value of Peers Infographics: General Peer Support

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Wisconsin Caregiver Program: Rehabilitation Review Process

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PeerPride

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About PeerPride: “PeerPride is a partnership between diverse peer support and equity experts delivering consulting and direct service programming across the US. We are trans and BIPOC-run organization that believes in setting bold, brave goals and helping you achieve them. We are experts in peer & crisis support, equity in healthcare, food access, education, technology, mental health services and more. We work with educators, parents, medical providers, therapists, activists, legislators, nonprofits, small and large businesses, and of course other peer support & community care providers.”

Workforce Recruitment and Retention Part 3: Strategies for Rural Areas and Recruiting and Retaining Peer Support Workers

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The Impact of Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) & the Peer Recovery Movement: Supporting Homeless and Recovering Individuals

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Being Seen: Establishing Deaf to Deaf Peer Support Services and Training

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Using this paper and its recommendations as a guide, State Mental Health Commissioners/Directors should support the establishment of Deaf to Deaf Peer Support Training and Services in their states to significantly support the recovery process of the people they serve who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing and have mental health conditions. Peer support services and mental health recovery concepts have largely been embraced in the hearing world. However, peer support and learning about mental health recovery concepts among the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities has just begun to emerge and are not widely known. People who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing and have mental health conditions should have the same opportunities to have peer support services as their hearing counterparts and learn about mental health recovery concepts.

The Provider’s Handbook on Developing and Implementing Peer Roles

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Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

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This fact sheet is from the ADA National Network.

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