Don’t miss our NEW state advocacy webinar series, next 11/26

The Peer Action League – PAL State Advocacy 1-2-3 is a NEW series of three webinars on the basics and details of how consumer peers and others can liaison at the State level in a meaningful and consequential manner for a peer-driven transformation of the California behavioral health system. These three webinars are interactive through polling, questions and answers, and prompt you to take the next steps.

Learning objectives for Webinar #1 completed on 10/29
  • Define the role of peers or PAL Liaisons to key State advisory/decision-making bodies
  • Apply peer values and principles to public policy positions
  • Recognize two ways that stigma/discrimination impact consumers
  • Describe two elements of client culture in a context of a civil rights movement and services that are culturally competent



NEW STATE ADVOCACY WEBINAR SERIES REGISTER 11/26
Webinar #2 will be November 26, 12:00-1:30 PM
Learning objectives for Webinar #2
  • Outline the CA legislative body structure and how a bill becomes law.
  • Distinguish the main functions of two key state policy decision-making/advisory bodies.
  • List three social determinants to poor behavioral health.
  • Define the 3 parts of composing public comment.
Audience: PALMs, California stakeholders of public behavioral health policy and services: primarily consumers peers, however everyone can benefit and is welcome!



NEW STATE ADVOCACY WEBINAR SERIES
Webinar #3 will be January 29 2020, 12:00-1:30 PM
Content for Webinar #3
  • State Funding Basics
  • Key State Body Membership & Tips
  • Member Responsibilities
  • Mini-Conduit Reports
  • What ELSE do we need to DO & EXPLORE to be effective Peer Advocates
Audience: PALMs, California stakeholders of public behavioral health policy and services: primarily consumers peers, however everyone can benefit and is welcome!
Stay tuned for Learning Objectives and Link to registration for this third Webinar!

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