What is a Certified Family Partner?
A Certified Family Partner is a parent or guardian who has lived experience raising a child with mental, emotional or behavioral health challenges and who has at least one year successfully navigating a child serving system. The Certified Family Partner is trained to use this experience to help other parents/guardians for the purpose of educating, role modeling and providing hope related to the recovery process.
To learn more about the CFP certification, and how to get certified, click here to learn more.
Ready to get trained as a CFP? Check out our training calendars. Here is a list of upcoming training and CEU opportunities for you to choose from.
The PeerForce job board shows employment opportunities for Peers and Family Partners across Texas. If you are looking for a peer specialist position, click here.
PeerForce has limited funds for training, background check, and state application fees. Learn more about applying here.