Family Peer Support Supervisor Training
121 Cleveland Avenue SW
Wednesday – Friday | November 9 – 11, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Who Should Attend This Training: Anyone who currently has or will have a position as a Family Peer Support Provider Supervisor. (Family Peer Support Providers can be called many different names, such as Parent Peer Support, Family/Peer Partners, Family/Peer Navigators or Family/Peer Support Specialists)
What is Family Peer Support: Family Peer Support (FPS) is a peer-to-peer approach to supporting families caring for children, youth, and young adults with behavioral, mental, emotional, or co-occurring challenges. FPS is provided by a parent or caregiver with lived experience who is trained to assist other families by providing support, identifying resources, and facilitating access to services for the child and family.
Description: Supervision is a key component in the success of Family Peer Support. Effective supervision employs an approach that promotes the unique lived experience of the Family Peer Support Provider and encourages ongoing professional growth. This curriculum is part of the larger Family Peer Support Practice Model and addresses supervisory skills that will enhance your ability to fully support the work of the FPS. Training will include strategies, best practices and tools for your use in supervision, and you will have opportunities to problem solve around shared challenges and network with supervisors from other programs.
Individuals must complete the Family Peer Support Supervisor Training Application in order to be considered for this training. This application must be received by November 1, 2022 in order to attend the training. APPLICATION – CLICK HERE
Location: StarkMHAR Training Room
121 Cleveland Ave SW
Canton, OH 44702
Cost: This is a free training.
Please Register By: November 1, 2022
COVID-19 Protocols: Please visit the Training Center to view the current protocols in place as StarkMHAR adapts safety measures as needed to be in alignment with the CDC and Governor DeWine’s recommendations.
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