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  • JULY-AUGUST 2020

    Much Newsletter July-August 2020

    ISSUE 6

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     ISSUE 5

  • MARCH-APRIL 2020

    ISSUE 4

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Massachusetts United for Connection & Healing (MUCH)

Build. Heal. Connect.

MUCH is a network for the peer support workforce and community to strengthen skills, increase information-sharing and build healing connections across Massachusetts.

MUCH is building a coalition across the state to facilitate and develop infrastructure for Certified Peer Specialists (CPS), in-person networking events, webinars and opportunities to learn and connect as a workforce.

MUCH was born from a workgroup at the Peer Support and Recovery Education Forum held June 19, 2018, in Framingham, MA. The following March, The Transformation Center received a three-year grant from SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) to support the vision and infrastructure of the Massachusetts United for Connection and Healing (MUCH) Learning Collaborative.



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In solidarity,

Khalil Power

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