Chacku Mathai: The Evolving Role of Peer Support in Health Care
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
Chacku Mathai is the director of systems transformation initiatives for National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Prior to his work at NAMI, he was the associate executive director of the New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, where he advanced national campaigns for culturally competent and recovery-oriented systems across mental health and addiction systems and recovery communities, including peer services.
In this youtube video, Chacku talks about the:
Evolution of peer support
Role of peer support in the evolution of healthcare
Role of lived experience and social identity in the evolution of healthcare
Opportunities and challenges that peer support faces in the future of healthcare
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