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The Missing Link: Peer Services. Debbie Plotnick Director of State Policy Mental Health America. Peer-to-peer services treat recipients as equals:.

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The missing link peer services

The Missing Link: Peer Services

Debbie Plotnick

Director of State Policy

Mental Health America


The missing link peer services

Peer-to-peer services treat recipients as equals:

MHASP’s Johnathan Evans (an award-winning outreach advocate) and an ACCESS-West Philly colleague talk to a homeless man.


The missing link peer services

MHASP’s Friends Connection participated in the prestigious COSP study funded by CMHS, and has helped build the evidence base for peer-to-peer services.

Friends Connection MontCo and Trail Guides staff at MHASP’s picnic/staff recognition event on 8/28/07


The missing link peer services

Chester County Certified Peer Specialists on graduation day, Nov. 14, 2008, with MHASP facilitators Crystal Edwards (front left) and Christopher Mooney (rear, second from right)

MHASP’s Institute for Recovery and Community Integration trains and certifies CPS.


The missing link peer services

The Consumer Recovery Investment Funds Self-Directed Care (CRIF SDC) program puts consumers in the driver’s seat.

With an advisor’s assistance, participants create and control a budget and can hire and manage support staff and purchase goods and services that they need and want.

Tim Connors (left), a CRIF recovery coach, with aCRIF participant

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Peer services in the public and private sector

Peer Services in the Public and Private Sector

  • Peer Bridgers;

    • Back to the community

    • Staying in the community

  • Crisis Services

    • In ER’s

    • Warmlines

    • Crisis Respite

  • Navigators

    • For ACA Expansion

    • For services

    • Hospital Discharge

    • For Community Inclusion

  • Family Peer

    • Specialists/Coaches


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