Certified Peer Counselor Trainings

Peer Support

Peer Support is an evidence based practice of individuals with lived experience supporting their peers through their journey's. Being a relatable resource, Certified Peer Counselors are able to establish rapport and trust, with compassion and empathy. CPC's provide resources and help navigate them. Peers advocate, and support reconnection of Natural & Social Supports. Provide empowerment tools and skills building.

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How does the program work?

If you or someone you know has interest in becoming a Certified Peer Counselor, please visit The HCA Peer Support Page.

Please make sure you have completed the online prerequisite course before signing up for a training. Information regarding the online prerequisite course can be found on the HCA Peer Support Page linked above.

What is peer counseling?

In Washington State, peer counseling is an approved Medicaid service that pairs individuals in recovery with trained counselors who share their life experiences.

In order to provide this Medicaid reimbursable service, licensed behavioral health agencies must have peer counselors who have met the state requirements through our certification process and passed the state exam.

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