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OTuesday June 27th 2017,
The Philadelphia Peer Leadership Academy (PPLA) celebrated the Advanced Training Graduation of the 2017 Cohort. The Philadelphia Peer Leadership Academy initiative was conceived of and initiated by DBHIDS (Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disability Services) and is supported by the work of PRO-ACT (Pennsylvania Recovery Organization - Achieving Community Together).
PPLA is a leadership class for people who:
Are in recovery from mental health and/or substance use

Have been deeply impacted by family members who have had these illnesses

This 13 week training session is designed to promote the leadership skills to those who have an earnest desire to help continue to shape and refine the behavioral health care system, as part of the ongoing system transformation movement.

September 23, 2017
Great Plaza, Penn's Landing, Philadelphia
Registration 7:00am; Walk 9:00am, followed by post-walk Stage Program
Join Us!
Support Recovery and Advocacy / Fight Stigma / Give Hope to Others

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Recovery Walks! sponsor

Its never too early
Start planning your Recovery Walks! 2017 team today! 

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