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Missouri Certified Peer Specialist Program Evaluation Findings and Effectiveness Briefs 2012

Missouri Certified Peer Specialist Program Evaluation Findings and Effectiveness Briefs 2012 - Document

Principal Investigator: Sale, Elizabeth W.

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Summary of findings from a quasi-experimental study of the effectiveness of the Missouri Certified Peer Specialist Program.  Evaluation assessed changes in consumer recovery, hope and self-advocacy among peer specialists working at Consumer Operated Service Programs and Community mental health centers.  The evaluation was conducted as part of the Missouri Department Mental Health Mental Health Transformation – State Incentive Grant (MHT-SIG).

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