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PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT PROVIDE PEER OR FAMILY SUPPORT TRAINING AND YOU WILL NEED TO CONTACT ONE OF THE ENTITIES BELOW TO LEARN ABOUT TRAINING IN YOUR AREA.

 

In order to be trained as a Peer Support Specialist, you must be an individual in recovery from mental illness or mental illness with co-occurring substance use disorder and have lived experience as an individual who has received behavioral health services.

 

To learn about CPSS training, please contact:

Path to Prime
Jess Wojcik
www.idahopeersupport.com
Please visit the website for training information

 

Idaho Behavioral Health, Inc
Tami Jones
[email protected] 
(208) 505-4419

 

Life Counseling Center 
Jeff Wright, Ph.D
[email protected]
(208) 465-5433

 

Ambitions of Idaho
Michelle Takagi
[email protected]
208-466-7443

 

In order to be trained as a Family Support Partner, you must be an individual who has lived experience raising a child who has a behavioral health disorder diagnosis, mental illness, or mental illness with a co-occurring substance use disorder. 

 

To learn about CFSP training, please contact:

 

Family Support Partners & Training, LLC 
Stephanie Hoffman, Ph.D, CFSP
[email protected]
www.familysupportandtraining.com

 

Life Counseling Center
Jeff Wright, Ph.D
[email protected]
(208) 465-5433