Jaime Harper serves as the Regional Faith-Based Community Coordinator for the Middle Tennessee Grand Division where he is a point of contact in the faith community for establishing recovery programs, providing educational presentations, facilitating communication and coordination of substance abuse treatment, recovery services, and mental health to individuals who would benefit from referral.
He has been a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist since 2016, is a certified QPR and ASIST trainer through the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network, a trauma informed approach trainer, Building Strong Brains (ACEs) trainer, and a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist trainer. Jaime has worked in the recovery field for the past ten years. He has a B.S. degree in Psychology and Christian Counseling and is currently completing a master’s degree program for Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lipscomb University.