Our Peer Support training team is offering 3 new classes the first week of April! These classes will be offered as hybrid classes, with in-person and on-line options. Class size will be limited to 10 attendees in-person with an additional 10 on-line.
Peer Support Ethics – Tuesday, April 4th 9am – 12pm
A three-hour course designed to help Peer Support Professionals understand the unique scope of services they provide and how ethical standards are in place to protect their consumers, themselves, and their communities. This class is designed to assist in a better understanding of role specific challenges, ethical arenas, the code of ethics, and how to resolve ethical concerns when they arise through lens of the Peer Support Professional utilizing case studies and application.
Confidentiality – Tuesday, April 4th 1pm – 4pm
A three-hour course designed to help Peer Support Professionals understand the confidentiality standards that are in place to protect their consumers, their private health information, their experience in recovery services, and overall privacy when it comes to working toward their recovery. This class is designed to assist in a better understanding of role-specific challenges, confidentiality arenas, the proper way to maintain confidentiality under legal constraints like 42 CFR part 2, HIPAA, as well as local, state, and federal mandates as they arise through the lens of a Peer Support Professional, utilizing case studies and application.
Grant Writing -Thursday, April 6th 2pm – 5pm
A three hour class to work through the uncertainties in grant writing. Learn some basic skills to support your agency and be a frontline contributor to the needs of those you serve.