This report provides information that reflects the current status of state approved training and certification for behavioral health peer support specialists in the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia as of July 1, 2021. Information is summarized across states and the District of Columbia on a number of key indicators, including types of certifying entities, integrated vs. separate state certifications for substance use and mental health peer support specialists, lived experience requirements for certification, educational hours, work hours, exam requirements, criminal background checks, disqualifying offenses for certifications. To view the report, click here.