Peers are an important component of supporting people experiencing homelessness in accessing health care and navigating complex support systems. During COVID, peers have taken on expanded roles and been critical in helping folks navigate complex systems and limited service options. This webinar will feature peer staff and individuals who supervise peers to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on peer support work and behavioral health. The discussion will focus on how to organizations, staff, and supervisors can support peer staff and create environments where peers can thrive.
- Art Rios, Case Manager | Do Good Multnomah
- Ashley Olson, Team Lead | Do Good Multnomah
- Brian Bickford, MA, LMHC | PATH Team Leader | Eliot Community Human Services