“Forensic Peer Specialists embody the potential for recovery for people who confront the dual stigmas associated with serious mental illness and criminal justice involvement” (Davidson and Rowe, 2008)
This continuing education opportunity is designed to enhance the capacity of Certified Peer Specialists and Recovery Specialists to fulfill a serious gap in supportive services for justice involved individuals.
Grounded in the philosophy of peer support services, this training uses a mutual-learning approach and dialogue-driven process to develop understanding of the impact of forensic involvement and introduces the Sequential Intercept Model as a tool to highlight the unique needs of individuals and discover resources necessary to effectively navigate within and beyond the criminal justice system.
By the end of this training participants will gain knowledge and skills to:
Who: Pennsylvania Peer Support Coalition
Facilitators: Jason Rilogio and Keith Elders
What: Peer Support Within the Criminal Justice System
When: April 27 - 29, 8:30am – 4:00pm
Skills of Central PA
200 Shady Lane Philipsburg PA 16866
Contact: PaPSC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Note: As much as possible, we will be following all current COVID-19 recommendations including face masks and distancing. We will also take other precautionary measures to make the space as safe as possible.