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Here is a list of peer support employment training programs provided by the Office of Individual and Family Affairs of the Arizona Division of Behavioral Health Services.
We could not do what we do without our extensive list of partners and the guidance of our governance committee. For a full list of who is involved in making PFCA work, click on the files below.
Peer Support Roles Practice Guidelines
Scholarly Articles on Peer Support
Dickerson, F. B., Savage, C. L., Schweinfurth, L. A., Medoff, D. R., Goldberg, R. W., Bennett, M., ... & DiClemente, C. (2015). The use of peer mentors to enhance a smoking cessation intervention for persons with serious mental illnesses. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 39(1). 5-13.
Druss, B. G., Zhao, L., Silke, A., Bona, J. R., Fricks, L., Jenkins-Tucker, S., ... & Lorig, K. (2010). The Health and Recovery Peer (HARP) Program: a peer-led intervention to improve medical self-management for persons with serious mental illness. Schizophrenia research, 118(1), 264-270.
Defining Peer Support by Shery Mead
Daniels, A., Grant, E., Filson, B., Powell, I., Fricks, L., & Goodale, L. (2010). Pillars of peer support: Transforming mental health systems of care through peer support services. Rockville: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
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