Peer Support is a service in which a Certified Peer Specialist utilizes his/her training, lived experience and practical knowledge to assist the participant with achieving the participant’s recovery and resiliency goals. Peer Support services include assisting participants in a variety of forms such as providing information about services or self-care, supporting the development of skills, advocacy, and facilitating access to services and resources. Peer Support Services may be delivered while the participant is receiving other services, as a starting point of behavioral health treatment to facilitate engagement in care, or as part of the participant’s transition from services. Peer Support Services help participants become less isolated, and feel empowered and engaged through sharing their own recovery experiences.
Krysteena Stephens, MA- Assistant Personnel Manager/ Community Liaison
Brian Knight, LMSW- Caldwell Program Director
Keely Adams, LCPC - Boise Mental Health Program Director
Michael Chippolla, LCSW- Substance Use Disorder Program Director
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