Peer Support and the Recovery Movement in Montana


Jim Hajny from the Montana Peer Network (MPN) will do a “Peer Support and the Recovery Movement in Montana “presentation on Thursday, May 3rd from 10-2 at the Holy Rosary Healthcare, conference room 3. Lunch will be provided.

Jim Hajny, has served as Montana’s Peer Network’s, Executive Director since its inception in June 2011. He has taken the organization from a fledgling grassroots startup to a respected statewide network with more than 800 members, advocacy, creating peer support programs and workforce training to hundreds of individuals across Montana.

Mr. Hajny is a trained Peer Support Specialist, and peer support trainer, a past chair of the Montana Peer Support Task Force and has been appointed by Governor Steve Bullock to the Mental Disability Board of Visitors and consultant to behavioral health agencies. His past relevant experience includes founding and coordinating a cutting-edge peer support behavioral health recovery programs. establishing a peer outreach program in partnership with law enforcement.

He has been in recovery from a mental health and substance use diagnosis for 23 years.

Please RSVP to Antonia Klein because we need a lunch count. My email is AKlein@mt.gov

Please see the  Montana Peer Network Facebook page for more information on the event!

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