PfP Social Media
There are many ways to connect with us on social media that will help you stay up to date on the field of peer support. Our videos, newsletters, blogs, and social media channels make it easy to get connected.
Watch this short video to learn about peer support and why it matters to us.
Our brand new video follows the day in the life of a community health worker and a promotora de salud in Chicago as they support African Americans and Latinos living with type 2 diabetes.
We hope that you find these videos to be valuable tools in communicating the value and importance of peer support.
Since our e-newsletter launched in January 2011, we’ve released over 40 issues. Each newsletter contains a featured article, program resources, journal abstracts, funding opportunities, and upcoming events. The featured articles may be program spotlights, innovative models, reports from the field, or discussions of emerging issues. We assemble high quality program development resources for practice-oriented readers, as well as the latest scientific evidence for those interested in research.
All of our past newsletters are archived here.
The Peers for Progress blog is a great place to find coverage on current events and our impressions of the latest research. Our staff writers use the blog to share personal experiences, bring human interest stories to life, and cover topics that you won’t find anywhere else.
Twitter and Facebook
The best way to stay in touch is to follow us on Twitter and Facebook. We’ll let you know when we release new materials, share helpful resources, live tweet from conferences and events, and answer your questions. These platforms are also great ways for us to get to know more about you and/or your organization.