Provide training to peer personnel on issues that may include crisis management, suicide prevention, recovery planning, targeted case management assistance, triage, and other related peer training and support functions. Peer personnel can be individuals with lived experience. OSHPD defines lived experience as an individual that experienced mental/behavioral health services as a consumer, family member, and/or caregiver.
Applicants must implement a peer personnel training and placement program that contains recruitment and outreach, career counseling, training, placement, support, evaluation, and if applicable, financial assistance.
- Public Agency
This grant opportunity will result in agreement(s) with public, private, and nonprofit organizations, including faith based and community-based organizations (CBOs), for training and support that facilitates the placement of peer personnel.
Programs must be located in the state of California.
How to Apply
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