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The Revolution of Emerging Transformation Recovery Leadership

Creating Recovery Leaders of Tomorrow


In the United States U.S. Counties To curb the problem, we must include
peer-to-peer
Dropout rates among
the minorities in the U.S. ICBRP
In 2009 research showed
77% of counties were behavioral health workers
workers.. THE INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION
TIFICATION BOA
BOARD
OF RECOVERY PROFESSIONALS (ICBRP)

55%
experiencing a severe
2013

shortage of mental

77%
is …the first ever, peer-run certification board
health workers. created for peer recovery professionals,
55% percent setting the standard for developing
of U.S. counties did best practices for evidence-based training

45%
1 in every 5 adults had any for peer recovery professionals.

23%
not have practicing
behavioral health worker.
a mental illness in the past year.

Peer provided services can include developing


ORGANIZATIONS
The high turnover rates in the mental
formal and informal supports, instilling confidence, School dropouts The SJM Group and its affiliated organizations will
health sector compound the shortage.
Annual turnover rates hover around assisting in the development of goals, serving as by income levels provide the highest standards of professional
practice and excellence for Recovery Support
12 and older

an advocate, mentor, or facilitator for resolution of professionals in the world.


for residential mental health staff, issues and skills necessary to enhance and

50 children’s mental health programs and


substance abuse treatment facility
directors and counselors
improve the health of clients with emotional,
behavioral or co-occurring disorders.
were illicit were marijuana but can reach to a high of
drugs users. users.
in 2013 in 2013
in residential mental health staff
when involuntary turnover is included.
72
Age

Specialized Global College


Training Certification Credit

Several factors have since increased the demand


Unemployment
20.2
for behavioral health services including According to rates in the U.S.
SOURCES
the Affordable Care Act, increased screening Medicaid’s Clarifying Guidance
in primary care settings, veterans returning on Peer Services Policy Whites Blacks Hispanics
from deployment, and state re-entry initiatives
needed treatment for an aimed at reducing the prison population.
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7.2 14.1 10.2


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DID NOT RECEIVE "COMPLETE TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION Administration, 2014.
2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (2013).
treatment.

2.2
AS DEFINED BY THE STATE" Report to Congress on the Nation’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health
Age
>12

in 2013 Only mental health


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BEFORE OFFERING SERVICES.
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n the
the nation's
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jails o
orr p risons.
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2013 The rate of current Benefits/Downloads/Clarifying-Guidance-Support-Policy.pdf


6. Pfefferle, S.G, & Gibson, T.S. (2010). Minority Recruitment for the 21st
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for every 790 Training and certifying those who drop out of
Inclusion of behavioral health workers from
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1990-2012. Retrieved from
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3.1 8.8 9.5 10.5 individuals diverse backgrounds can increase trust and 8. National Center for Education Statistics (2014). Status dropout rates.
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9. Hooda, S. (2012). Unemployment rates highest amongst Black and
Clinical directors and direct care staff members incarcerated has the potential to bridge who need services. Latinos. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from
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are predominantly st-amongst-black-and-latinos_n_1871453.html
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implementation of ACT: relationship with ACT fidelity and other team
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