Welcome To The National Peer Specialist Registry

Bringing peer supporters together

A Growing Community

The iNAPS mission is to grow the peer support profession by promoting the inclusion of peer specialists throughout healthcare and other community systems worldwide.  We have the vision that peer support is a viable option for anyone who wants the mutuality of a compassionate peer support relationship.  It is our desire that this peer support registry supports that mission and vision.

Becoming Part of the Peer Registry

This registry is an opportunity for you to connect with other peer specialists or recovery coaches in your area, around your country or throughout the world.  It is also a way in which you can display your life work so that employers can seek you out if desired.  We know that a peer support workforce that is connected will have opportunities to learn and grow with fellow peer specialists.  We are stronger together!

Peer Supporters Near You:

Find colleagues in our profession who live near you or are across the country or around the world! Form a network to dialogue, learn and grow while promoting the profession of peer support.

About the Peer Specialist National Registry:

The National Peer Specialist Registry was developed by collaboration between Doors to Wellbeing, National Technical Assistance Center, and the International Association of Peer Supporters (iNAPS) supported by a grant from SAMHSA. This registry will allow peer specialists to display your skills, grow a global peer specialist network, and connect to employers.

We hope those looking to hire peer specialists will use this registry to recruit candidates for interesting employment opportunities and increase the presence of peer support throughout healthcare and communities worldwide.

An individual registrant may select what information is for public view and what to keep private. You may contact us to facilitate a connection.

Members can now sign up  and access  the registry here. 

Participation in the National Peer Specialist Registry is a member benefit and is currently only available to members. You have the option to designate what information will  be available to the public through the "Find a Peer" search. Anyone may search the Registry, but only members personally designated information will be displayed.