Transforming the Peer Workforce through Innovation & Training

WSU's Peer Workforce Alliance provides recovery oriented training & technical support for Washington's Certified Peer Counselors and Behavioral Health Providers

Bridge Certified Peer Counseling Training

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A Bridge training is an interactive and intense three day training created for Recovery Coaches by Recovery Coaches and Certified Peer Counselors. The training is to enhance Recovery Coache's knowledge of Medicaid billable practices, Certified Peer Counseling and Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT). We provide Narcan training on site for those who are interested in getting trained. Our trainers are well grounded in the practice of recovery, resilience and equity/diversity/inclusion.

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Who We Are

Supporting Resiliency, Hope & Recovery

The WSU Peer Workforce Alliance is an innovative, dynamic organization within Washington State University College of Nursing, that was created with Certified Peer Counselors, behavioral health service providers and service recipients in mind. 

The WSU Peer Workforce Alliance focuses on diversity, technical assistance, and strengthening the behavioral health workforce. Through research, evaluation, and programmatic initiatives, the Peer Workforce Alliance meets the challenges of the emerging peer workforce through recruitment, retention, and advancement of individuals dedicated to recovery, resiliency, and improving quality of life across the lifespan.

About The Peer Workforce Alliance

What We Do

Washington State University's Peer Workforce Alliance provides training & technical support for Washington's Behavioral Health Providers, with a focus on Peer Workforce Development

We do this by providing both in-person and online trainings for peers and professionals working within the Behavioral Health care network.

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