The Region 6 Peer Support Conference 2021
has come to a close!
Thank you so much for attending the Region 6 Peer Support Conference, Igniting the Spark 2021, which was hosted June 22 – June 24, 2021.
This virtual three-day agenda provided invaluable professional development and networking for peer support professionals and included nationally-recognized speakers, interactive panel discussions, and opportunities to learn from and network with peer support professionals from across the region.
As a reminder, all recordings and materials of the sessions from this conference, with some exceptions, will be available on our site within the following 2-3 weeks.
See below for quick links to navigate this virtual experience as well as a welcome video from our State Peer Support Directors and an instructional video by one of our conference organizers, Jessi Davis.
*All conference session links and evaluation links are available on this document.
About the Conference
The Region 6 Peer Support Conference 2021, hosted by the South Southwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center and led by our Peer Support Advisory Committee and Peer Conference Planning Committee, will provide invaluable professional development and networking for peer support professionals. The free virtual three-day agenda will include nationally-recognized plenary speakers, interactive panel discussions, and opportunities to learn from and network with peer support professionals from across the region.
See below for a detailed walkthrough of this year’s virtual conference by Jessi Davis and learn how we intend to offer you the most seamless virtual experience as possible!
This no-cost conference is being hosted on Zoom. Information for Zoom links to access conference presentations is available on the Agenda Page. For grant tracking purposes, it is important that each participant registers individually.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be available for Peer Recovery Specialists (PRS), Mental Health Peer Specialists (MHPS), Recovery Support Peer Specialists (RSPS), Family Partners (CFP), and Qualified Peer Supervisors (QPS) through the Texas Certification Board.
Funding for this conference was made possible (in part) by SAMHSA. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.