Webinar on Peer-Operated Services: Deep Dive Into Two Models
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | 12:30–2 p.m. Eastern Time
Peer-operated services can help individuals living with extensive physical health, behavioral health, and social needs manage or avert crises, prevent relapse and readmission, and provide an alternative to homelessness and re-incarceration.
Join SAMHSA and the National Council for Behavioral Health to explore two peer-operated service models, Hands Across Long Island and the New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (NYAPRS). Hands Across Long Island effectively engages homeless individuals and successfully promotes reentry from prison. NYAPRS created the peer bridger model, which successfully engages and assists thousands of New Yorkers in their transition from state and local hospitals into the community, and reduces avoidable emergency room and inpatient service use.
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