Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Philadelphia Peer Leadership Academy
Learn Leadership Skills and Earn College Credits!

The Philadelphia Peer Leadership Academy (PPLA) is for individuals who:

  • Are in Recovery from mental health and/or substance use disorders,
  • Have been impacted by family members who have had these illnesses,
  • Have a desire to learn valuable leadership skills and build experiences,
  • Have a desire to lead the transformation of the roles of recovered persons in organizations.
  • Click HERE to read our Brochure!

For information or to apply, call Volunteer Coordinator Michelle Leister
at 215-923-1661 or email MLeister@councilsepa.org

The Deadline to apply for this class is approaching FAST! Sign up today! Registration closes Friday September 28, 2018.

The PPLA 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). There is a shared belief that a critical, demonstrated need for greater peer driven leadership in Philadelphia’s behavioral health system is lacking. Without informed, committed, and passionate peer leaders, system transformation may not be fully realized.
PRO-ACT is hosted by The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc.
4459 Swamp Road, Doylestown, PA 18902 │ 215-345-6644
Recovery Support Line: 800-221-6333
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