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Peer Support Toolkit (City of Philadelphia DBHIDS)
This toolkit from Philadelphia's Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services, is designed to support behavioral health treatment agencies with the process of integrating peer providers into their service settings. The Peer Support Toolkit incorporates many of the promising practices and resources that have emerged during the last decade of Philadelphia’s recovery-focused system transformation effort. Tools in this kit are designed to help agencies to recruit, retain, and effectively deploy people in recovery in a variety of peer support roles. The resources and information provided is relevant for executive leadership along with supervisors and peer staff.
- To learn more about the Peer Support Toolkit, be sure to take advantage of a quick tutorial in this YouTube video.
- For further information, access this list of Frequently Asked Questions concerning the Peer Support Toolkit.
- Integration of Peer Services
- RCO Capacity Building
- Workforce Development