Good morning, I am only reflecting what I see and is happening periodically. Joan Keenan, before she moved from CA to OR, was part of developing a good training series for traditional organizations about integrating Peer Specialists into mental health services in a meaningful way. Also, there are two great examples of Integrated Health Care programs within the AZ system which are centered on Recovery and Peer values, while maintaining a traditional shell to conform to requirements for third party billing. I am concerned that Peer orgs have not yet found a way to coalesce and collaborate for a more powerful voice. Each Peer org represents only a segment of the whole, and we see what that has achieved. There are some states in which the Peer orgs have actually achieved pretty good collaboration and mutuality, and within their state structure, stand a better chance of having their values and roles respected and incorporated; yet is way too rare. We need to be strength-based and join together around values and principles to be effective in a diverse set of roles, IMHO.