Contact Us

The DBSA Peer Leadership Center is a program of:

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)
Address:
55 E. Jackson Blvd, Suite 490
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Phone: (312) 642 – 0049
Fax: (312) 642-7243
Email: PeerLeadershipCenter@DBSAlliance.org

Feedback on PeerLeadershipCenter.org

We need your help to make this the most effective resource for peer specialists, peer supporters, and organizations invested in the peer workforce! We’re looking for individuals to give us feedback on:

  • The site layout, navigation, and content
  • The first continuing education online courses
  • The profile creation process which gives you the ability to:
    • Find other peer workforce members in your area
    • Participate in discussion boards
    • Take online courses
      (The first 1,200 certified peer specialists to create profiles will receive a code to take them for free!)
    • Access job boards 
  • Recommendations you have for additional content, topics, courses, resources, etc.

Submit your feedback →

Does your organization deliver peer specialist and/or peer supporter training?

The DBSA Peer Leadership Center is a central resource for peer specialists and peer supporters to find training opportunities across the country! As such we’re happy to list your training, workshop, webinar, or conference in our national Event Calendar. Organizations can submit trainings for calendar postings after creating an organizational profile

Does your organization employ peer specialists/peer providers?

The DBSA Peer Leadership Center is a central resource for peer specialists to find employment opportunities. Organizations can create an organizational profile which allows them to submit peer specialist and peer supporter job postings. 

Are you an organization that delivers national or community mental health services?

The DBSA Peer Leadership Center is a central resource for peer specialists and peer supporters to locate national and community mental health resources they can share with their clients or fellow peers! By creating an organizational profile, organizations can be viewed in the resource listings by anyone visiting the site. These resources can be searched by location, type of organization, and peer specialist employment.