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Enhancing the Medicaid Peer Provider Workforce: Recruitment, Supervision and Retention (2014)
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Enhancing the Medicaid Peer Provider Workforce: Recruitment, Supervision and Retention (2014)

This document has been produced by the National (USA) Association of Consumer/Survivors Mental Health Administrators, state mental health department senior managers committed to expanding the participation of consumers/survivors in all aspects of the public mental health system. This guidance is intended to increase the successful capacity of the peer provider workforce within behavioral health systems and authorities through recruitment and hiring, and supervision and retention efforts. It builds on the larger policy and practice work of a recovery oriented and evidenced based mental health model of care for recipients of mental health services. Funding for this project has been provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

The toolkit is designed to be brief and guide community providers and state hospital administrators to integrate peer providers into their recovery-oriented services or to expand them. A wealth of material has been written on recruiting and hiring, but very little on supervision and retention. This toolkit will emphasize these two areas. The toolkit includes a list of resources.

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Bianca Childs (bchilds)
Submitted On:
30 Jul 2015
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Submitted On:
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