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LAPPA releases new model act on peer recovery support services

The Legislative Analysis and Public Policy Association (LAPPA) recently released a new model act titled “Model Expanding Access to Peer Recovery Support Services Act.” As noted by LAPPA, the model provides a legislative framework for implementing a responsive and cohesive peer support worker credentialing program, including the creation of an advisory board and detailed application requirements, and offers policymakers in jurisdictions with established peer support programs dynamic strategies to improve their existing peer support credentialing process.

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