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Organizational Stakeholders

The Peer Recovery CoE is committed to not only incorporating peer voice within our leadership and Steering Committee but is also focused on maintaining community based relationships and actively pursuing learning opportunities with peers engaged in direct service work. The CoE’s organizational stakeholders represent a network of organizations that are either led and/or driven by people with lived experience. The work of the CoE, whether focused on substance use stigma reduction, peer recovery support service enhancement and expansion, or additional resource development, is designed to aid these very organizations in their work. Becoming part of the stakeholder network means early access to new materials, resources, and trainings, as well as the potential to influence the development of these critical resources.

How to Become an Organizational Stakeholder

Simply fill out this brief form and tell us a little more about you and your organization. There is no cost or fee to become part of the stakeholder network. Once you are part of the stakeholder network, you will begin receiving regular updates and invitations to join Center of Excellence events as well as Stakeholder specific activities such as monthly calls.

The Importance of Our Organizational Stakeholders

Organizational stakeholders are the leaders in their communities in delivering critical peer recovery support services. Whether it’s through RCO capacity building, peer integration, workforce development, evidence-based practice dissemination, or diversity, equity, and inclusion, it is local organizations driven by peers where this work will truly blossom and flourish. By becoming part of the stakeholder network and participating in our monthly stakeholder dialogue, your experiences - the successes as well as the challenges - will help drive the work and resource development perspectives of the CoE. 

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Funding for this initiative was made possible by grant no. 1H79TI083022 from SAMHSA. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

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