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National Survey of Peer Supporters’ Experiences Using Spirituality and Religion in Their Work

The Copeland Center on Wellness and Recovery and the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion invite peer supporters to participate in a brief survey whose goal is “to better understand whether and how they use religion and spirituality in their work. Perceived barriers and facilitators of using religion/spirituality will also be explored.” Participants become eligible for a raffle with cash prizes.

For details and for the Research Subject Consent Form:

Questions? Contact PI Elizabeth Thomas, PhD.: or 215.204.1699.

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