Hawai’i Certified Peer Specialist (HCPS)
The HCPS program was modeled after Georgia’s Certified Peer Specialist Project. Individuals are awarded certification only after attending the HCPS Training, and successfully passing both oral and written examinations.
HCPS are persons in recovery from a mental illness who have received certification by the Hawaii State Department of Health Adult Mental Heath Division (AMHD). In general, HCPS:
- Promote self-determination, personal responsibility, and community integration for consumers of the AMHD.
- Instill hope in others by serving as role models and champions of recovery.
For more information and to report trouble with the links for the HCPS handbook and training application, please contact the AMHD Office of Consumer Affairs at 586-4688.
The HCPS registry is maintained by the Office of Consumer Affairs and provides a listing of HCPS who have met certification standards established by the AMHD. HCPS listed in the register have given permission to have their names published.
HCPS JOB BULLETIN
No postings at this time.
TO POST A JOB VACANCY OR INTERNSHIP SITE OPPORTUNITY
To post job vacancies, or announce other employment opportunities for HCPS, please forward the following information to [email protected]:
– Location (City, Island)
– Job Title
– Name of Company
– Status (Part-Time/Full Time)
– Position Description
– Minimum Requirements
– Instructions for Applying
– Closing Date (if no date is chosen, the job posting will be removed three months following the date the position was posted)