Criminal Justice Peer Program Survey


You are invited to participate in a survey of peer-run organizations that have programs and/or services serving individuals with behavioral health conditions and criminal justice histories. We are seeking responses by December 23, 2015. The survey is an exciting collaboration between The College for Behavioral Health Leadership Peer Leaders Interest Group, The Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion and the National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearinghouse.

We will compile the information gleaned from this survey into a publication that will identify current or emerging best practice forensic peer initiatives for replication and sources of technical assistance. Please respond if you have such a program or service, and please share this survey with your networks. Access the survey at:

If you have any questions, please contact Susan Rogers, Director of the National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearinghouse at or 267-507-3812.

A PDF copy of the joint survey is available: Peer-run Organizations That Have Programs Serving Individuals with Behavioral Health Conditions and Criminal Justice Histories. The questionnaire is lengthy; the PDF provides a complete look at the questions before beginning.


The College seeks to be recognized as the premier forum for the for the development of leaders and the exchange of innovations that impact the health and wellness of communities and people with mental health and substance use conditions.


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