Recovery to Practice is a five-year collaborative multi-disciplinary initiative to promote recovery principles and practices within the various mental health professionals by providing them with practical tools and training.
In 2009, the National Association of Peer Specialists (NAPS) was awarded a contract, as one of five professional disciplines in mental health care, to develop tools and training for working peer specialists under the Recovery to Practice initiative. [NAPS was later renamed the International Association of Peer Supporters, iNAPS.]
Click here to view a video Introduction to the Recovery to Practice training.
To learn more about the training for working peer support providers, visit the Curriculum page on this site.
To learn more about the full project, go to http://www.samhsa.gov/recoverytopractice
To go back to the iNAPS home page (http://www.inaops.org)