By partnering with experienced peers, individuals living with mental illness receive support to actively engage in their recovery.
Our Peer services program is staffed with individuals who have lived with mental illness in their own lives. They serve as role models and advocates for other mental health consumers.
Each peer support worker receives training and is tested on their skills. They are people who want to help others succeed, offering encouragement and hope along the road to recovery.
Anyone with a mental health Diagnosis who is willing to take steps toward recovery is encouraged to use these services.
Eligibility is open to those who want to reduce frequency and duration of hospitalization, learn self-advocacy skills, strengthen their independence, and take steps to improve their quality of life.
Individuals agree fully that Peer Support Services will help in their Recovery.
Recovery Partnership offers both one to one community based peer support and group services.