Making it Work: Understanding why young adult peer to peer support is unique

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We encourage you to sign up and participate in a special Georgetown National TA Center series Making it Work for Young Adults of Transition Age. The calls cover important and emerging trends to create better outcomes for young adults with behavioral health concerns. Presentations from expert resource persons are followed by time for participants to post questions and enrich the conversation. We hope you will share this educational opportunity with others so that they may participate as well.

May 9, 2014, 12:00-1:30 PM E.T.

Making it Work: Understanding Why Young Adult Peer to Peer Support Is Uniqu
Webinar Description: This call focuses on the development of young adult peer support programs and things to consider when developing such programs. Young adult peer support programs need to be developmentally appropriate, have appropriate organizational supports in place and meet the unique needs of a cross systems approach for peer support services tailored to young adults of transition age.

Facilitators
Teresa King 
Training & Technical Assistance Family Specialist
Georgetown University National Technical Assistance 
Center for Children's Mental Health

Gwen White
Technical Assistance Project Director
Healthy Transitions Initiative
Georgetown University National Technical Assistance
Center for Children's Mental Health

Presenters
Lacy Kendrick Burk
Executive Director
Youth M.O.V.E National

Brianne Masselli
Director of Technical Assistance and Evaluation
Youth M.O.V.E National

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