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Who We Are

The WSU Behavioral Health Workforce Collaborative is a unique, dynamic organization within WSU Vancouver College of Nursing that was created for behavioral health service providers and service recipients.

The purpose of the Collaborative is to develop sustainable local and statewide education, training, coaching, mentoring and technical assistance for behavioral health organizations that serve youth and families.

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What We Do

Supporting Resiliency, Retention & Recovery

The Collaborative works to create a system of care that supports Washington's youth and families, and that builds a competent and resilient behavioral health workforce.

To accomplish this, the Collaborative provides online and in-person trainings in Certified Peer Counseling and WISe, and supports youth and family initiatives and programs in Washington State. 

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Washington Certified Peer Conference

Improve your skills and learn about advocacy, co-occurring disorders, suicide prevention, the culture of poverty, staying in a peer role, youth engagement, and much more!  We will offer a full two-day track devoted to youth and family topics as well as another track focused on housing and employment.

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You are an important part of our work. If you have any questions about the Behavioral Health Workforce Collaborative, are interested in a training, or would like to support our program, please contact us either by filling out this contact form or by visiting our Contact Page.

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