Peers can play a critically important and unique role in supporting increased community participation among individuals with serious mental illness. Our toolkit is an excellent resource to help peers explore goals for increasing community participation with the consumers they work with. This toolkit includes various exercises and worksheets that peers can use to help individuals reflect on desired levels of community participation, explore existing supports and resources, and develop community participation goals. Special thanks to Matthew Federici, MS, CPRP, Executive Director of the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery, for his editorial contribution and support for this document. For more information on our partnership with the Copeland Center, please visit their website here.
New Document! Peer Facilitated Community Inclusion Tool Kit
Peer Facilitated Community Inclusion Tool Kit
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