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ASERT Does Not Offer Crisis Services

If you or someone you love is experiencing mental health distress or thoughts of suicide please call or text 988 for support.

Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion: Peer Specialists

This webpage includes the following resources:

  • Engaging Youth and Young Adults In and Outside of the Mental Health System through Youth-Informed Peer Support: A Factsheet for Peer Supporters and Allies
  • Tackling Mental Health Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Helping People with Mental Health Conditions Prepare for Disasters
  • Peer Facilitated Community Inclusion Tool Kit
  • Results of a National Survey of Certified Peer Specialists: Job Titles and Job Descriptions
  • Reentry and Renewal
  • Peer Support Research Questions from the Perspective of iNAPS Attendees
  • Supporters in Action: Interview with a Certified Peer Specialist
  • Centers for Independent Living Fact Sheets
  • Into the Thick of Things: Connecting Consumers to Community Life
  • Helping People Connect to the Religious Congregations and Spiritual Groups of Their Choice: The Role of Peer Specialists
  • Certified Peer Specialist Training Programs
  • Peer Support: Developing and Facilitating Self-Help Groups
  • The 2006 Statewide Survey of Drop-In Centers in Pennsylvania


  • Collab Chats: Summer Institute with Rick Baron
  • The Role of Peer Specialists in Promoting Community Inclusion
  • Voices: Perspectives of Peer Specialists Working in Crisis Intervention Services
  • Helping People Connect: The Role of Peer Specialists

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