How was our Orientation training?

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* 1. What has been your engagement so far with Poetry for Personal Power's peer support program? (pick all that apply)

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* 2. How did you like the 8 hour P3 Agency Orientation training?

  Way too little Not enough Just Right, Very Good Too much Way too much
Number of people in session with me
Amount of interactivity
Length of trianing
Involvement with sample clients
Level of energy of trainer (s) 
Food provided
Networking time
Breaks provided
Relationship building during session
Positivity of trainer (s) 
Audience engagement
Amount I got to share my recovery story
Amount of info delivered
Active learning

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* 3. How much money do you think you can make as a freelance peer specialist?

$0 per year $40,000 per year
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 4. Are you ready to go out and do freelance peer specialist work?

0 100
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 5. What parts of our peer support program do you feel comfortable with after your in-person orientation?

Cash-pay means the client pays cash. Foundation-pay means that a grant will be paying for their services. 

  Not a clue about this yet Pretty vague still So So I think I get this Fully prepared
How to spend my time with the clients to help them (more later)
Overall P3 philosophy and values
How to find cash-pay clients
Why cash-pay clients are essential to the business model
Ethics on peer support services
How to find foundation-pay clients
Overall P3 agency program areas
How to avoid sex abuse issues
How P3 as an agency earns revenue

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* 6. Where are you planning to find your peer support clients? Pick all that apply.

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* 7. Write a couple of sentences about your understanding of HIPAA compliance. 

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* 8. Which of the basic principles of peer support do you understand?

  Not a clue about this yet Pretty vague still So So I think I get this Fully prepared
Engage peers in collaborative and caring relationships
Convey hope to peers about their own recovery
Assertively engage providers from mental health services, addiction services, and physical medicine to
meet the needs of peers
Understand his/her own personal values and culture and how these may contribute to biases,
judgments and beliefs
Discuss ongoing personal efforts to enhance health, wellness, and recovery
Provide concrete assistance to help peers accomplish tasks and goals
Appreciate and respect the cultural and spiritual beliefs and practices of peers and their families
Use respectful, person-centered, recovery-oriented language in written and verbal interactions with
peers, family members, community members, and others
Take action to address distress or a crisis by using knowledge of local resources, treatment,
services and support preferences of peers
Educate colleagues about the process of recovery and the use of recovery support services
Participate in advocacy efforts to eliminate prejudice and discrimination of people who have behavioral
health conditions and their families
Relate their own recovery stories, and with permission, the recovery stories of others’ to inspire hope
Support peers to use decision-making strategies when choosing services and supports
Validate peers’ experiences and feelings
Develop and maintain up-to-date information about community resources and services
Coach peers about how to access treatment and services and navigate systems of care
Self-care: Reflects and examines own personal motivations, judgments, and feelings that may be activated by
the peer work, recognizing signs of distress, and knowing when to seek support

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* 9. Write a couple of sentences about your understanding of Trauma Informed Care. 

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* 10. Write a couple of sentences about your understanding of Sex Abuse prevention. 

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* 11. How will you be documenting outcomes to help us get further funding?

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* 12. What else do we need to know?

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