GPS Facilitator Training
“The GPS Training not only gave me the skills and techniques to facilitate a support group, it also allowed me to recognize my own strength and ability to be a better version of myself.”
Maria Jose Mojardin Lopez
Maternal Mental Health Task Force, Tucson, AZ
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS*
FALL TRAINING STARTS
*Continuing Education Units are available only to those that hold a Masters in Social Work
GPS wants to empower you to make change! Scholarship preferences are for those with lived experience, serve people of color and those that commit to running a GPS group in their community.
FALL 2021 APPLICATIONS OPEN AUGUST 1ST
APPLICATIONS CLOSE OCTOBER 4TH
Awardees will by notified on a rolling basis from 8/16/21 thru 10/7/21
A Map to Support Your Community
“People are looking for safe places where they can talk about their lives. GPS creates that space and healing happens!”
Addiction and Recovery Specialist, Falmouth, MA
GPS is a perfect tool for diverse communities facing unique challenges. Whether you are supporting parents, students, faith communities, communities striving for solidarity, those struggling during COVID, those in recovery or dealing with grief, GPS is an effective and impactful approach to support connection, resilience and participant’s ability to act on behalf of themselves, their families and their communities.
GPS is a nationally-recognized Group Model that is being successfully implemented in state, local and community settings, in English, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic.
Bring Group Peer Support to these intersections of your community:
Bring GPS to those who are suffering with past or current loss, trauma and anxiety
Bring GPS to your health, birthing, hospice or mental health practice, community clinic or hospital setting
Bring GPS to those struggling with addiction and in recovery
Bring GPS to perinatal parents and parents at all stages of parenting, including loss and bereavement
Bring GPS to your school community
Bring GPS to those addressing racism, white supremacy and inequity