What Is Peer Support Coalition of Florida?

The Peer Support Coalition of Florida is the statewide voice dedicated to advancing peer workforce development, promoting full integration of peer and recovery-oriented services, and collaborating for social and system transformation.

Become A Member

Membership with the Peer Support Coalition of Florida is free, whether you are a peer, individual living with a mental health challenge, or a peer supporter, family, friend, caregiver or professional. As a member you will be the first to know about training opportunities put on by the PSCFL. Sign up today!

Education

See what training and webinar opportunities are available on our Events calendar.

Employment

Search our database for current Peer Specialist job postings around the state. And if you are a provider, check out the provider section to post your employment opportunities.

Advocacy

Check out current mental health bills and advocacy opportunities, including ways to effectively advocate for a State Bill.

Resources

Looking for support groups, local peer networks, or drop-in centers? Check out our database of resources across the State of Florida for peers.

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Please limit the use of this page to information on your community: events, trainings, success stories and challenges faced. We will use our collective wisdom to create solutions and offer support. Whether you provide peer support, support a peer supporter or are active in creating systems change or advocacy efforts, we are here for you.
Peer Support Coalition of Florida
Peer Support Coalition of FloridaFriday, February 17th, 2017 at 10:11am
Trauma Workshop in Orlando

You are invited to join us for a one hour workshop designed to focus on how trauma can affect a person on a neurological level as well as in the behavioral sense. The goal is to familiarize participants with some of the basics in how a traumatic event can affect you.

The Reflections of Trauma workshop was developed after the Pulse tragedy to help educate our Central Florida community; it will touch on primary and secondary trauma, the possible ways in which a traumatic experience can affect you, and coping strategies.

Our primary goal from this workshop is increase your understanding of trauma. A secondary goal, but one equally as important, is a discussion of the ways in which you can cope with trauma, either by supporting activities you are already engaging in, or identifying other possible means of coping. These coping strategies can directly address negative responses in the brain, to promote healing.

Join us from 12-1:30p on March 10th. Please RSVP to OUCAssistant@mhacf.org

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