FREDLA Practice Model Parent Peer Support Provider Training 5/10
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About the Event
Parent Peer Support is provided by a parent or caregiver with lived experience who is trained to assist other families by providing support, identifying resources, and facilitating access to services for the child and family. Parent Peer Support is a critical component of a system of care for children and youth, builds effective engagement, and can facilitate more positive outcomes for a family. The Practice Model is an approved training for national parent peer support certification and is anticipated to be an approved training curriculum for Ohio Certified Family Peer Support Certification.
Space is limited. Lived experience as a parent or primary caregiver of a child with behavioral, mental, emotional, or co-occurring disorder is required to participate in this training. Upon completion of the application, you will be notified with an acceptance decision. The Parent Peer Support Practice Model Training is held over the course of 5 days, from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. This training will be held in person. Participants must attend all 5 days of the training and achieve a passing score on an assessment to receive a certificate of completion.