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Development of the peer workforce is definitely something that I want to see happen. Low reimbursement, while a problem, is not the magic bullet....
Lesley Pregenzer! You are on fire! I think that level of advocacy and collaboration is exactly what Ron is eluding to. I will share...
This is great information, Suzanne. And here I thought I was making headway because I found 6 PSS's in little Rutherford County.
Interesting. What is the current reimbursement rate for NC? Also, is PSS bundled at any level of care? We have an individual and group service rate...
Thank you so much, Mariel!! I overlooked Ken Schuesselin on the list.
Ken Schuesselin Jr is actually a member of this group! I have tagged him in this reply so that he will get a personal notification....
Hi everyone! I hope this update finds you well. I met with Ron Mangum a couple weeks ago to learn more about the PSS program. He had not heard about...Advocacy
This is all great information. Thanks for uploading Robert and Lesley. I am meeting with Ron Mangum tomorrow morning at 10:00 am, and will post...
Ron Mangum and I are meeting sometime during the beginning of next week. We are nailing down a day and time.
Uploaded data regarding number of PSS in N.C. from website offering the 40 hr training
Hello all, added this link to get a sense of job market for PSS.
NC Recovery Summit Day 2 ADVOCACY Ralph Rodland, RCNC Bob Thomas, RCNC, Durham, NC Jade Knutson Day, PORT Health Services, Wilmington, NC Charlie...Advocacy
This discussion was started at the Summit at RTP in March. Participants to this discussions are: Frank Allison Suzanne Brown Robert Thomas Julie...Advocacy
Please see the Google doc. We have restricted editing rights to "Comment Only" but please feel free to comment either directly on the document or...Advocacy
NC Recovery Summit AM Session Ralph Rodland, RCNC, NC Stan Carmical, 16B District Court, sitting judge, Robeson County, NC Frank Sheheen, SC...Advocacy
The final goals for this workgroup will be defined during the NC Recovery Alliance Summit on March 7-8. This description will be updated at that time to reflect those goals. Some thought starters are given below, but we encourage all group members to add their thoughts in advance of the summit. Simply click the plus sign beside the Discussions tab on the right side of the page or comment on an existing discussion.
a. Identification of advocacy needs within each silo, and sharing those needs for identification of resources across systems
b. Identification of policy needs central to recovery, and that cut across the timeline trajectory represented by the persons served across Summit systems
c. Becoming clear about the philosophy and practices in other siloed systems within the Summit, and executing active efforts to advocate for the use of those other systems with those we serve, within the profession, and with the public outside the profession