The NTTAC Community Wellness & Peer Supports Team brings 5 things to know and resources about effectively supporting and supervising youth and parent peer support providers. Topics include developmental and trauma-informed approaches to supervision, supporting those with lived experience, and championing youth and parent peer support providers as essential partners in promoting community wellness.
Community Wellness & Peer Supports
The NTTAC Community Wellness & Peer Supports Team brings 5 things to know and resources about cultural responsive and diverse staffing and peer support services. Topics include diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and evaluation.
The NTTAC Community Wellness & Peer Supports Team brings 5 Things to know and resources about peer support. Topics include what peer support is and isn’t, supervision of peers, benefits of peer support, and peer self-care.
This one-page overview describes roles that families can play in the System of Care, including policy and practice levels. Adapted from “The Role of Family-Run Organizations in Systems of Care” (Beth Stroul), and created by FREDLA (Family-Run Executive Director Leadership Association) for NTTAC.
Healthy Transitions grantees implement a range of different service delivery models to treat and support young adults of transition age. These models range from more traditional youth-serving models to newer models that have blended best practice approaches for working with young adults. In this grantee-led webinar, presenters highlight their experiences implementing their selected service models and discuss key considerations for Healthy Transitions grantees.