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Position/Job Title: 
Peer Program Coordinator, Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region
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The Peer to Peer Program was established to increase engagement in health care for individuals living with HIV. The Peer Program is a mentorship program, which Peer Mentors living with HIV provide support to mentees who are living with HIV. Peer Mentors can support others who are learning to cope with daily challenges of living with HIV. Peer Mentors attend monthly meetings and also host a Peer to Peer Group, which is a drop-in discussion group for all people living with HIV. The program believes that no one understands the reality of HIV better than someone who lives with it every day.

Resources

Verification of Funds

This is a current resource.

This form is completed by mentors/mentees when funds are recieved (for child care, honorium, etc.).

Please contact the contributor, RQHR Peer Program at (306)766-6857, to request permission to use.

Time Sheet Form

This is a current resource.

This is the timesheet form submitted by mentors.

Please contact the contributor, RQHR Peer Program at (306)766-6857, to request permission to use.

Peer Program Information

This is a current resource.

This form is provided to both mentors/mentees when being introduced to the program.

Please contact the contributor, RQHR Peer Program at (306)766-6857, to request permission to use.

Peer Support Sign-in Sheet

This is a current resource.

This form is completed by those attending the Peer Program Support Meeting.

Please contact the contributor, RQHR Peer Program at (306)766-6857, to request permission to use.

Peer Program Contact Form

This is a current resource.

Documentation/notes are completed on this form by mentors after mentee contact.

Please contact the contributor, RQHR Peer Program at (306)766-6857, to request permission to use.

Peer Mentor Referral

This is a current resource.

This form is completed when a mentor is referred to the program.

Please contact the contributor, RQHR Peer Program at (306)766-6857, to request permission to use.

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