Doors To Wellbeing (D2W), a project of the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery, has been yet again funded by SAMHSA as a National Consumer Technical Assistance Center. D2W works toward bringing the greatest advancements and evidence-based best practices for consumer and peer support-led initiatives across the United States. Our primary focus is to educate Peer Specialists and the mental health workforce on the successful integration of peer support workers in behavioral health treatment delivery systems. Over the next five years, we will focus on disseminating information, training, and resources on evidence-based practices that promote recovery and wellness. Specifically, our new funding addresses initiatives that provide education and resources regarding Psychiatric Advance Directives, Supported Employment and Supported Education. We will strive to not only educate peers and people with lived experience but also to educate public and private sectors to better accommodate individuals with lived experience with mental health difficulties. D2W understands the importance of promoting the voice and the practical knowledge individuals with lived experience bring to the workforce. D2W aims to strengthen the Peer Specialist workforce nationally.