SRMC creates peer support program for...

SRMC creates peer support program for substance use patients

Southeastern Regional Medical Center patients with substance-use conditions now have access to peer support specialists, thanks to a $180,000 grant from the North Carolina Healthcare Association. The Hospital Based Certified Peer Support Specialist Program is a one-year pilot program, modeled after a successful peer support program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

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