Listens closely to individuals and families to collect information and report on their level of satisfaction with services they receive within the healthcare system.
Fosters social growth by providing structured social rehabilitation programming in a safe, culturally sensitive environment, to individuals in recovery from mental illness.
A 24/7 toll-free number for individuals in Northampton County who are seeking a listening ear for additional support in their recovery from mental illness.
By working in a collaborative, peer-to-peer partnership, we provide hope, support, and assistance to help our peers achieve individual goals and objective, while fostering recovery in the community environment.
For individuals who are experiencing distress and feel that they would benefit from participation in a short term, 24 hour peer-to-peer supportive environment with others with lived-experience.
In 2008, Recovery Partnership established the Artists in Recovery art exhibit. This provides an opportunity for local artists with mental illness to exhibit their artwork free of charge. While this incredible artwork adorns our halls and walls every day, we have coordinated a public opening to coincide with “First Friday” every month. These public exhibits offer artists the opportunity to sell their art to the public while retaining 100% of the sale price
In 2015, Recovery Partnership began coordinating the Mental Health Awareness Walk held in May of each year. We partner with other area agencies to acquire community grants, donations, and sponsorship to hold the event. In 2017, 392 people registered for the Walk, with over 400 attending
Since 2007 we have partnered with Northampton County Crisis Services and other area providers to host Mental Health Sensitivity Trainings. These trainings focus on three different areas: Understanding Serious and Persistent Mental Illness, Understanding Emergency Services and the 302 process, and Understanding the Impact of Insensitivity as it Relates to Mental Health Recovery. These trainings have been attended by nearly 2000 people including emergency room workers, provider agencies, correctional officers, police and other first responders and individuals in recovery.
This group is designed to facilitate communication, information sharing, and the ability to stay in touch with peers in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. We hold meetings once a month for face-to-face support. Both meetings and this Facebook Group are open to Certified Peer Specialists, Peer Supports without certification, volunteer Peer Mentors, and anyone interested in becoming a peer specialist.