The Northwest MHTTC in partnership with Pathways Research and Training Center (RTC) is pleased to announce a series of monthly consultation calls focused on “Advanced Topics in Strengthening Youth/Young Adult Peer Support.” Each call will have its own topic, in an area such as skill building, supervision, coaching and training, organizational policies and procedures, hiring and onboarding, and more. This series is intended primarily for peer support specialists, their supervisors, and administrators charged with implementing youth/young adult peer support.
On January 21, our team will discuss “How Youth Partners Collaborate with Family Partners.” We will review how youth and family partners support youth, families, and wraparound teams individually and collectively. We will present different principles for how youth and family partners work together, and apply said principles to various scenarios.
Here's what you can expect from each consultation call:
To allow for interaction and discussion, registration will be limited. Register early to ensure your space! Attendees from each meeting will be given priority to register for the next one.
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