Introducing LMU’s Peer Support Training Program for Female Veterans


Since 2019, LMU Extension’s Vet2Peer program has worked to expand the peer workforce in California’s Public Mental Health System by training hundreds of Veterans as Peer Support professionals. We are pleased to announce that we will be conducting our first Peer Support Training program for female veterans. This all-female cohort will be led by a female Veteran to ensure a supportive environment where the unique experiences and perspectives of female veterans are addressed effectively.

LMU’s Vet2Peer program provides training for Veterans interested in obtaining a Peer Support Specialist Certification. Led by a female Veteran, this course provides Veterans an opportunity to obtain training in mental health practices and become certified to help others in their recovery and enhance the well-being of female Veterans by addressing their unique mental health needs.

Program Details:

  • Full Tuition Scholarship Available
    CalMHSA Approved Training
    Program Includes Training, Certificate, Exam fees
    Career Counseling Available
    Job Placement Assistance
    Post Program Support

For more information, please contact Elizabeth Tobias: elizabeth.tobias@lmu.edu

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