Nebraska Coalition for

Peer Delivered Services

Wellbeing Initiative, Inc. has been awarded a grant through SAMHSA to create and sustain The Nebraska Coalition for Peer Delivered Services (NCPDS). The NCPDS connects individuals and organizations providing peer services across the state in an effort to build the capacity and sustainability of peer efforts in Nebraska. The NCPDS embraces the challenges of uniting largely rural communities to provide access to training, networking opportunities, and technical assistance to peer-led and provider groups seeking to integrate Peer Delivered Services into their recovery approach.

Our goal is to promote Consumers and Peer Support Specialists engagement with Providers, peer-led groups and organizations, and state-level Consumer Affairs. Peers and Providers across Nebraska will have increased access to the support and resources needed to establish quality peer programming, stimulating expansion of Peer Delivered Services in Nebraska.

Our Process

& Philosophy

Our Plan is to offer webinars, skill-based training, online continuing education with an online classroom and face-to-face training, and quarterly town-hall meetings to offer support and exchange ideas.

Our Goal is to promote Consumers and Peer Support Specialists’ engagement with Providers, peer-led groups and organizations, and state-level Consumer Affairs.

Our Vision is to provide peers with access to comprehensive programs, education and opportunities for growth that will produce a well-established community of peers in recovery across the state.

We are...

Connecting Individuals by providing education and technical assistance across the state in an effort to build the capacity and sustainability of peer efforts in Nebraska.

We are...

Embracing Challenges by Uniting largely rural communities to provide access to training, networking opportunities, and technical assistance to peer-led and provider groups.

We are...

Empowering Individuals with education and statewide advocacy promotes the advancement of peer delivered services, recovery oriented practices, and peer leaders within our community.

Peer Support Training

(531) 254-5451

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