PEER RECOVERY
SUPPORT SERVICES

The strong Peer network throughout NJ is supported by the tireless efforts of peer workers who have been successful in the recovery process and help others navigate their own path to wellness.

WHAT IS
PEER
RECOVERY
SUPPORT? 

Through shared understanding, respect, and empowerment, peer support workers help people become and stay engaged in the recovery process and reduce the likelihood of relapse. NJPN offers training for peer workers in DMHAS peer programs. Not all positions require formal certification, but there are two peer certifications supported by the NJ DMHAS for peer workers interested in NJ or National peer credential. Explore the peer web pages to learn more.

Trainings & Results

Total Number of Overall
Peer Trainings Held

Total Number of Peer
Students Trained

Total Number of CCAR
RCA Trainings Held

Total Number of Ethics 
Trainings Held

38

TRAININGS

Total Number of Specialty Trainings Held

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SUPPORTED BY

All of NJPN’s peer recovery support services, trainings and resources are made available and supported by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services State Opioid Response grant.

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