Behavioral Health Paraprofessional (BHPP) to Provide recovery support services in various settings to peers within the community to support, educate and provide services to advance recovery and wellness.
Assist peer members using recognized evidence-based practice peer support services to articulate their goals for recovery, while they learn and practice new skills, aiding them to monitor their progress, that supports them in their treatment; while modeling effective coping techniques and self-help strategies based on the peer support specialist's own recovery experience.
Give support to the Peer member, helping them advocate for themselves to obtain effective services, and to develop and implement their personal recovery plans.
ability to teach those skills to other individuals with severe mental illness.
Minimum Qualifications / Experience:
Clear a background check and be free of major criminal offenses.
A current and valid Arizona driver's license with an acceptable 60 month MVR.
If in recovery, must be stable for over one year.
Pass a drug test.
Verifiable legal status to work in the United States.
TB test with negative results.
Education / Certifications:
HS diploma or GED
Peer Support Specialist Certification
CPR/First Aid certificate
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