Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon is an inclusive peer-run organization dedicated to self-direction, honoring the voice of lived experience.
Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon is committed to promoting self-directed recovery and wellness for all individuals. We honor lived experiences. We support people wherever they are on their journey, free from judgment, or agenda.
We support these aims through education, advocacy, recovery, peer services, training, technical assistance, community collaboration, and through developing the peer workforce and leadership.
Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon has programs available to help you on your path in life. Please look through the programs we offer and contact us today!
EVOLVE provides Peer Support Services that make room for personal growth by honoring the unique worldview and self-determination of each person served.
The Oregon Peer Training & Innovations Center offers a wide variety of trainings and learning sessions. We offer a Peer Specialist Certification course, as well as Peer Specialist CEUs.
Peerlink works to strengthen the capacity and infrastructure of peer-run programs and traditional mental health organizations.
Peer Wellness Specialist
November Training dates:
November 7th & 8th
9:30 am-5:30 pm daily
January Training dates:
January 6th, 7th, 9th
January 20th, 21st, 23rd, 25th
10:00 am-6:00 pm daily
This training is specifically designed to encompass whole health certification to Peer Wellness Specialists upon completion. This program has been approved to train Adults to Adults in Mental Health Support and Adults to Adults Addiction Support.The cost of this course is $900.
State Peer Workforce Needs Assessment with the Oregon Peer Delivered Services Coalition, a project of MHAAO
We are offering two surveys: one for the Peer Workforce and one for Peer Employers. We hope that the final report will be shared far and wide to inform policies and promote systemic change.
We would like to thank our Steering Committee, Advisory and Evaluation Committee, and everyone who gave feedback during the process of creating this assessment. We are grateful to the Office of Equity and Inclusion with the Traditional Health Worker Program for sharing their time and resources with us to make this happen!
We would like you to know that you are not alone! By reaching out, you have started the process! Our team of professionals are equipped with the right tools and life experience to help get you plugged into a support system that will best provide you with excellent services that you are requesting.
Thanks for contacting us! You will hear back from one of our staff very shortly.