Introducing ROCC's IPS Trainers
Beth Quinn has been working and learning in a diverse range of human services for over 40 years. A hands-on, self directed learner, she developed her knowledge and talents to support families, adults, children and youth in many formal and informal settings. During her work as the Executive Director of the Wasco County Commission on Children and Families in The Dalles, Oregon, her untiring efforts earned her a Wasco County “Healthy Community Champion” award. After moving to Bend in 1999, Beth focused her energy to support mental health peer-run, organizational and workforce development, contributing to peer support training curriculum writing and analysis for approval in the State of Oregon. Beth is continuing her wellness journey as a Certified National IPS Trainer. She is excited to bring people together to learn and grow - in all their relationships! Beth is a Trainer On Call (TOC) forRecovery Outreach Community Center (ROCC).
Sharon Kuehn is a peer recovery movement veteran who uses her facilitation skills to create unique, participatory learning environments. Her lived experience as a person recovering from mental health challenges is the foundation for her passion as a peer support trainer and facilitator. With 20 years of peer leadership, community engagement, and recovery program design, Sharon’s vision is grounded in practical wisdom. Sharon applies her IPS learning to guide the peer support team for the David Romprey Oregon Warmline (Community Counseling Solutions); Sharon is also affiliated with Recovery Outreach Community Center as a Trainer On Call (TOC).
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