Community Recovery Program

The Community Recovery Program provides a variety of welcoming activities, psycho-educational and skill-building workshops, support groups and individual support services for adults with mental illness and their families. All services are delivered by Peer Support Specialists, persons with mental illness who have been trained to utilize their lived experience as a vehicle to assist others in their recovery process.

Curricula focus on promoting a broad understanding of addiction and recovery, encouraging proactive steps toward health and wellness, and helping consumers develop skills necessary to live more independently, continue their education, and pursue opportunities for meaningful work in their communities. Service sites also serve as host sites for family events and recovery celebrations.


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