NAMI Indiana is offering a one-week training course for young adults who want to provide peer support to other youth and young adults. Trainees will learn skills to professionally support someone who is living with mental health challenges or substance use disorder.

Interested? You must be:
  • Between the ages of 18 and 30
  • Someone living with a mental health condition, mental illness, and/or substance use disorder
  • At least a year into your recovery
  • An Indiana resident
Wait, why am I doing this?
  • You get: to learn skills that will help you AND help others
  • You get: the ability to use personal experiences to help & support other individuals with mental health needs
  • You get: to be part of a new certification in the field of mental health
  • You get: extensive preparation & training for this work, provided in a week-long training filled with discussion, lecture & activities
  • You get: to assess the training for future attendees 
How do I receive the certification?
  • Complete & submit an application
  • Complete the screening process with NAMI Indiana
  • Complete the 40-hour training course
  • Complete an assessment of what you've learned
  • Complete an evaluation of the course

Our next training date is scheduled for March 4-8, 2019. Space is limited. If you're traveling from outside of the Indianapolis area, please contact Joana Goff to discuss the travel accommodations that are available. 

To apply, download the printable application below (directions to submit included) or click here to apply online.
Questions? To learn more, email Joana Goff at jgoff@namiindiana.org or call 1-800-677-6442.

If you are unable to attend these training dates, please contact us for future training opportunities. 


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Joana Goff,
Jan 4, 2019, 10:34 AM
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Joana Goff,
Jan 4, 2019, 10:27 AM
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Erin Tock,
Mar 31, 2017, 9:07 AM
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