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In a residential setting, the CPS would provide peer support to individuals, providing guidance and encouragement to individuals to take responsibility and actively participate in their own recovery while serving as a mentor to individuals to promote hope and empowerment. Provide expertise and consultation from a mental health individual perspective to the entire team concerning individual’s experiences on symptoms of mental illness, the effects and side effects of medications, individual’s responses to and opinions of treatment, and individual’s experiences of recovery. Collaborate with the team to create a team-oriented environment in which the individual’s point of view and experiences are recognized, understood, and respected, and in which self-determination and decision making in treatment planning are maximized and supported.
High School Degree/GED/Bachelor's degree in psychology or related human service field.
Minimum two years’ experience in a related field, knowledge and understanding of severe mental illness, recovery principles and recovery driven service system. Personal experience as a recipient of mental health services and willingness to share personal experiences to provide expertise about the recovery process.
Must be a certified peer specialist
Valid driver's license required