The Peer Assistance Starter Kit (3rd Edition): A Step-by-Step Guide for Training Peer Assistants and Developing Effective Peer Programs for Youth and Adults

Peer Resources

This completely revised and updated training manual, written by Rey Carr and Greg Saunders, is ideal for teen and adult peer training programs that want to build skill-based, memorable, and sustainable peer programs. This work contains step-by-step lesson plans and activities for 36-48 hours of training of peers to work in peer programs. It also includes information about building and sustaining a variety of successful peer programs and references to the latest resources and research to support peer work. This is Canada’s most widely-used peer training manual and is suitable for school, university, community, non-profit, and business-based peer assistance programs and services.

This version is only available in e-book format and replaces the print version of Peer Counselling Starter Kit.This book is available at no cost to members of the Peer Resources Network.

The Table of Contents for this e-Book is available at this link: