For People in Recovery
We are a network of individuals who are on the path of recovery. We identify as being in recovery from mental health, substance abuse and/or addiction struggles.
For Peer Supporters
MPN was instrumental in developing the Certified Behavioral Health Peer Support Specialist workforce in Montana. We provide both certification training and continuing education for CBHPSS.
MPN’s new Fmailies Division is focused on supporting parents and caregivers of children with special health care needs (including behavioral health) and creating a Family Peer Support workforce.
Montana’s Peer Network is a statewide peer run 501c3 non-profit recovery organization with a mission to lead the expansion and development of recovery-oriented behavioral health services in Montana.
REALIZING RECOVERY WEBINARS
On the 3rd Wednesday of each month we offer a Realizing Recovery Webinar at noon where we cover topics relevant to all people in reocvery or those woring with people in recovery.WEBINARS
RECOVERY TALKS PODCAST
Weekly podcasts cover a variety of topics and feature special guests who share their stories of recovery and provide informaiton on resources available to those in recovery.PODCASTS
Several of our trainings are relevant to people in recovery as well as CBHPSS and non-certified peer recovery coaches. We focus on leadership, advocacy, recovery planning, and wellness.TRAINING
MPN provides liMited one-on-one support for members as well as recovery support groups such as the Warrior Down Talking Circle and HeART of RecoveryFIND SUPPORT
PEER SUPPORT 101
MPN was the first organization to develop and implement a 40 hour certification training.PS 101
Many of our training opportunities qualify as CEUs for CBHPSS ontopics that are important to the peer support workforce.CEUs
Become a paid member and get exclusive benefits such as mentoring and access to the online forum,MEMBERSHIP
Our staff and expereinced CBHPSS members provide metoring for new CBHPSS.MENTORING
For Parents & Caregivers
MPN currenlty holds a contract with the Children’s Special Health Services Division of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services to provide family peer support across the state for families of children with special health care needs such as those with developmental, intellectual, physical health, mental health, and substance use challenges.
Our Family Peer Support Task Force is working toward creating a fAmily Peer Support Workforce building on our success in promoting the Behavioral Health Peer Support workforcePur Family Peer Support Task Force is working toward creating a Family Peer Support Workforce building on our success in promoting the Behavioral Health Peer Support workforce
Don’t take our word for it – here’s what people say about us:
Everything was well thought out and presented well.The most incredible time of my life. It was life-changing.
Jim was very interactive with the group. It was fun and interesting. Wouldn’t change a thing. Jim is a great trainer.
I really learned some more tools for my job and otwas a pleasure and an honor to be in that training.