Oregon Peer Employment Network

Project Dates: 1/1/2011 - 12/31/2014

The PeerLink project is a National Peer Support Technical Assistance Center that will provide training and technical assistance nationally. The goal of PeerLink is to build the knowledge base related to peer delivered services for individuals who receive mental health services, promote the implementation of peer-delivered services, and enhance the capacity of peer run programs. Employment, financial self-sufficiency, and wellness will be key training and technical assistance areas. RRI is collaborating with Mental Health America of Oregon (MHAO) in the development, conduct and evaluation of PeerLInk.