Certified Peer Support Specialist-Post-release services

Providing support services to SPMI/SMI individuals who have been recently incarcerated. Crisis intervention and criminal justice population experience is preferred.   Peer Support Specialist Certification is required.  

Certified Peer Support Specialist

B & D Behavioral Health Services is seeking Part-Time Certified Peer Support Specialists (CPSS) or those eligible for certification in the Wake and Durham County areas, that are well established in their own Mental Health or Substance Abuse recovery to assist clients in the community. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to providing recovery-based support, self-help strategies, housing resource referrals, social skill-building and community participation. Must have at least a high school diploma or GED.

Human Services Practitioner

The Certified Peer Support Specialist works as a team member at the UNC Horizons Wake County Program. This is a gender-specific, trauma-informed substance abuse outpatient treatment program for women. The Peer Support Specialist is a woman in long-term recovery from a substance abuse disorder, who is able to offer experience, hope and strength to the women working on their own recovery.

OASIS temp part-time (Coordinated Specialty Care for First Episode Psychosis)

The OASIS Program provides Coordinated Specialty Care (http://www.med.unc.edu/psych/cecmh/oasis), an evidence-based service to assist persons recovering from a first episode of psychosis to reclaim their lives.  We are piloting an innovative approach to providing peer support to these persons, and are seeking a certified peer support specialist interested in working 10 hours a week until June, with potential for the position to expand in the future.  We would prefer a peer specialist who has lived

Certified Peer Support Specialist

Peer Support Specialist

The Peer Support Specialist is primarily responsible for delivering services to members as outlined in the member’s Patient Centered Plan. The Peer Support Specialist, by definition, is a person in recovery who will utilize her or his personal recovery experience to cultivate hope and optimism for persons in recovery. This position reports to the Peer Support Supervisor.

Specific Duties:

Peer Support Specialists

SouthLight Healthcare (www.southlight.org) offers comprehensive services in recovery from addictions and mental health through an integrated healthcare model.  We are driven not simply to offer services but to create and count the number of persons who achieve significant human gain with our help. 

 

Inreach Peer Support Specialist

 

Alliance Behavioral Healthcare is looking for an In-Reach Peer Support Specialist. The incumbent will be responsible for engagement, education and support for individuals who have a serious mental illness (SMI) or a serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) to inform these individuals about community mental health services and multiple aspects of supported housing including rental assistance and the availability of tenancy support services.

 

Peer Support Specialists

B & D Behavioral Health Services is seeking Part-Time Certified Peer Support Specialists (CPSS) or those eligible for certification in the Wake and Durham County areas, that are well established in their own Mental Health or Substance Abuse recovery to assist clients in the community. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to providing recovery-based support, self-help strategies, housing resource referrals, social skill-building and community participation. Must have at least a high school diploma or GED.

Paraprofessional/Unit Leader (Mental Health)

The Paraprofessional (Unit Leader) is primarily responsible for delivering services to members as outlined in the member’s Patient Centered Plan.

Specific Duties Include

Management of psychosocial rehabilitation unit

Peer Support Specialist

Peer Support Specialist

The Peer Support Specialist is primarily responsible for delivering services to members as outlined in the member’s Patient Centered Plan. The Peer Support Specialist, by definition, is a person in recovery who will utilize her or his personal recovery experience to cultivate hope and optimism for persons in recovery. This position reports to the Licensed Clinician.

 

Specific Duties:

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