Congratulations Amey Dettmer on being honored with Disruptive Innovator Award!

At the 12th Annual International Association of Peer Supporters Conference held in
Orlando Florida, Amey Dettmer was honored with the Disruptive Innovator Award.  This
award honors a young adult who has made a significant transformative contribution to
the field of Peer Support through their leadership, programming and activism.
As part of the leadership team of Doors to Wellbeing, Amey has united youth and young
adults to emerge as our next generation of leaders.  She has been part of developing a
National Youth Convergence, a Peer Generation curriculum and is a sought after
facilitator for Organizational Development. Amey has also co-developed and co-led
INAPS Youth and Young Adult Peer Support Committee (YAYAPS). 
Please join the Copeland Center/Doors to Wellbeing Team in congratulating Amey on
her award.

Mark Salzer, Pd.D., LCP

Professor and Chair Department of Rehabilitation Sciences Director, TU Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities Temple University

“The skills, experience and reputation of the Copeland Center bode well for its excellence as a National Consumer TAC and I look forward to the innovative activities outlined in the program and working with the Doors to Wellbeing program.”

Jeanie Whitecraft, M.Ed., CPRP, CAC, CSS

Recovery Consultant

“I am impressed with the Doors to Wellbeing program to assist consumer–run organizations to understand and implement best practices in business, organizational, programmatic, and technological operations and look forward to bringing my 25 years of experience with starting and managing consumer-run initiatives and systems transformation to my role on your team."

Steve Harrington

Executive Director of the International Association of Peer Supporters (iNAPS)

“We are impressed by the work of the Copeland Center...iNAPS is committed to providing support to Doors to Wellbeing through collaborations, partnerships and consultation on webinars, conferences, surveys… promoting self-help and peer support especially more youth leadership and involvement of Iraq and Afghanistan wars.”

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