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Peer Support Specialist Training

Peer Support Specialist Training

November 7-11, 2022
This class will be held in-person in Fargo.

We are so excited that you are interested in using your lived experience to help others! We will be utilizing an application process to offer priority to those who have a secured job offer that is dependent upon Peer Support training. Please note, the application does NOT register you for the training. You will be notified by email 4-6 weeks before the training regarding your application status. Once you are approved, you will receive a link to complete registration for the training. For those traveling from over 60 miles to the training, we will be offering hotel accommodations and travel reimbursement dependent on successful completion of the training.

Who should attend?

  • Individuals who will be supervising, or working alongside Peer Support Specialists on a care team
  • Anybody who publicly identifies as an individual in recovery from a mental health disorder, substance use disorder, brain injury, or supportive of other realms of recovery
  • A family member of an individual living with a mental health disorder, substance use disorder, brain injury, or supportive of other realms of recovery

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ND 1915(i)

Thank you for your continued partnership with the Department of Human Services as we begin to implement the 1915(i). To make the implementation more convenient for providers, the previously scheduled live trainings will be pre-recorded to watch at your convenience. Updates will be provided when the training is available.

Questions submitted in advance to mohaugen@nd.gov are appreciated.


Technical Assistance Calls for 1915(i) Providers

Medical Services and Behavioral Health Divisions are offering Technical Assistance for 1915(i) providers through a series of calls every Wednesday, beginning January 20, 2021, 1-2pm.

When

This training is offered online. January 20, 2021 from 1-2pm; Every Wednesday

 

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