We provide system support to organizations who have peer staff, through training, implementation, evaluation & research, capacity building, knowledge brokerage, and quality improvement.
About the Peer Position supervisor Network (PPsN)

 

Purpose: A network focused on sharing best principles for formalized peer support positions, including the   supervision and management of these roles. The network will work to problem solve and provide solutions with one another, yet also highlight and encourage areas for advocacy at the LHIN SIGMHA/systems level.

 

Roles and Responsibilities: The network provides direct support to one another and will also act as a working group to create and enhance best practices for peer positions in their workplaces. The network will encourage and support communication in all areas from upper management to peer positions. The network will encourage and support flexibility in the peer’s work schedule to allow their attendance at the Peer Position Network. The network members will connect with the peers to debrief the network meetings. The Network members will support ongoing information exchange and documentation that pertains to the newly evolving sustainable peer initiative. The network members will remain dedicated to striving for flexibility in work environments to support their employee’s recovery/wellness while balancing their work responsibilities.

 

Membership: All Supervisors and/or Managers who support the peer positions funded through the MH LHIN with in mental health and substance use services. Anyone else wishing to join the group outside of this criteria will contact the centre to discuss their involved to ensure it is mutually beneficial.

 

Attendance: All members are encouraged to attend every meeting and if there attendance is not possible they may send a representative versed in the area of peer work at their workplace.

 

Meetings: Will be held on the First Monday of every month from 1pm-3pm in Milton. Meeting will be rescheduled/skipped by consensus for any holiday Monday.

 

 

 

PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING

We provide system support to organizations who have peer staff, through training, implementation, evaluation & research, capacity building, knowledge brokerage, and quality improvement.
About the Peer Position supervisor Network (PPsN)
The Centre for Innovation in Peer Support, formerly the Enhancing and Sustaining Peer Support Initiative, is embedded in Support & Housing-Halton and funded by the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).

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We provide system support to organizations who have peer staff, through training, implementation, evaluation & research, capacity building, knowledge brokerage, and quality improvement.
About the Peer Position supervisor Network (PPsN)

A network focused on sharing best principles for formalized peer support positions, including the   supervision and management of these roles. The network will work to problem solve and provide solutions with one another, yet also highlight and encourage areas for advocacy at the LHIN SIGMHA/systems level.

The network provides direct support to one another and will also act as a working group to create and enhance best practices for peer positions in their workplaces. The network will encourage and support communication in all areas from upper management to peer positions. The network will encourage and support flexibility in the peer’s work schedule to allow their attendance at the Peer Position Network. The network members will connect with the peers to debrief the network meetings. The Network members will support ongoing information exchange and documentation that pertains to the newly evolving sustainable peer initiative. The network members will remain dedicated to striving for flexibility in work environments to support their employee’s recovery/wellness while balancing their work responsibilities.

All Supervisors and/or Managers who support the peer positions funded through the MH LHIN with in mental health and substance use services. Anyone else wishing to join the group outside of this criteria will contact the centre to discuss their involved to ensure it is mutually beneficial.

All members are encouraged to attend every meeting and if there attendance is not possible they may send a representative versed in the area of peer work at their workplace.

Will be held on the First Monday of every month from 1pm-3pm in Milton. Meeting will be rescheduled/skipped by consensus for any holiday Monday.

The Centre for Innovation in Peer Support, formerly the Enhancing and Sustaining Peer Support Initiative, is embedded in Support & Housing-Halton and funded by the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).
We provide system support to organizations who have peer staff, through training, implementation, evaluation & research, capacity building, knowledge brokerage, and quality improvement.
About the Peer Position supervisor Network (PPsN)
The Centre for Innovation in Peer Support, formerly the Enhancing and Sustaining Peer Support Initiative, is embedded in Support & Housing-Halton and funded by the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).
We provide system support to organizations who have peer staff, through training, implementation, evaluation & research, capacity building, knowledge brokerage, and quality improvement.
About the Peer Position supervisor Network (PPsN)
The Centre for Innovation in Peer Support, formerly the Enhancing and Sustaining Peer Support Initiative, is embedded in Support & Housing-Halton and funded by the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).
About the Peer Position supervisor Network (PPsN)
The Centre for Innovation in Peer Support, formerly the Enhancing and Sustaining Peer Support Initiative, is embedded in Support & Housing-Halton and funded by the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).