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Peer Practice: Diversity and Inclusion (eLearning)

Peer Practice: Diversity and Inclusion

February 27th, 2024 9AM-4:30PM

(online, interactive training)

Application Opens January 19th, 2024 at 9am and closes February 21st, 2024 at 5pm

Via Hope is offering the Peer Practice: Diversity and Inclusion training online via Zoom technology, polls, chats, whiteboards and short interactive breakout sessions online. Please note internet access is required in order to complete this training (camera access is required).Individual computer access is required for this training. Participants cannot login in a group environment..

Peer Practice: Diversity & Inclusion is a one-day, virtual training that offers Peer Specialists an opportunity to understand the importance of diversity, explore how biases – organizational and individual – can create barriers for individuals seeking services, and to build skills around inclusion practice for one on one work and support groups. Finally, the training also invites discussion around diversity in recovery and how Peer Specialists can work to ensure that recovery is a space where everyone can find a sense of belonging.

The training is comprised of five modules that encompass knowledge, reflection and interactive activities. The activities are designed to cultivate self-awareness, engage in meaningful dialogue and to practice new skills. This training is designed for Peer Specialists who are working in the field of Peer Support. 6 CEUs


  • The registration fee for this training is $120. (due at time of registration)
  • Registration fee is non-refundable
  • Applications for the training will be accepted in the order received, so apply as soon as possible.
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