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Unlock Your Potential with the LA Peer-to-Peer Academy Course Catalog!

The Los Angeles County Peer-to-Peer Learning Academy is a training pilot program developed by the Los Angeles County Office of Violence Prevention (OVP), in the Department of Public Health and managed by The Community Based Public Safety Collective. The training is funded with federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars in partnership with the California Community Foundation, as part of the Trauma Prevention Partnerships project.

The goal of the Academy is to build a training infrastructure for community-based organizations to strengthen the skillsets of their peer workforce within the field of Community Violence Intervention (CVI). The Academy will be available to ARPA Trauma Prevention Partnerships grantees, and OVP’s Trauma Prevention Initiative grantees, with a limited number of openings for other community members that provide peer outreach for communities impacted by violence, and take place between March and December 2024.

LA’s Peer to Peer comprehensive course catalog is packed with professional development opportunities designed for partners like you. From grant writing essentials to leadership development and everything in between. Enroll now and select 'Community Referral' to participate in our transformative courses from March to December 2024. Build your expertise, join our mission, and make a difference in communities impacted by violence.

To Learn More about Peer-to-Peer Academy head over to

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