Faces & Voices of Recovery is a non-profit organization that organizes individuals in recovery and their allies to support recovery through advocacy, education, and leadership.
The Think Cultural Health website provides information, continuing education opportunities, and resources for health care professionals to learn about Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS).
This 1-page guide prepares patients for a video telehealth appointment with a behavioral health provider. The guide lists 4 steps to take before the day of the appointment, 2 steps to take on the day of the appointment, and brief guidance on beginning the video session.
NIDAMED, an imitative of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), has a mission of developing science-based resources for clinicians, other health professionals, and those in training to improve screening for and treatment of substance use disorders. The website includes resources in 9 categories:
This resource was developed by leaders from over 100 organizations and provides a discussion and list of actions that communities, organizations, businesses, governments, and funders can take to achieve the expectation of: all people and places thriving – no exceptions.
This training guide for peer recovery mentors working the child welfare system is notable for its description of 10 best practices for family peer support mentors.
This presentation slide deck briefly reviews the evidence for the effectiveness of peer support specialists who provide mental health, substance use disorder, and family and caregiver support.
This 1-page list details several valuable resources for the supervision of peer support specialists. Part of SAMHSA’s tool-kit for supervising peer support specialists.
This 1-page self-assessment for supervisors of peer support specialists is designed to help supervisors reflect on supervision practices and identify areas for additional training. Part of SAMHSA’s peer support supervision tool-kit.
This presentation slide set details the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s framework for supervising peer support services.