Welcome to the Peer Support Network!
The Peer Support Network is located at:
The Democracy Center/Rosa Parks Room
Welcome to the Peer Support Network. We focus on Recovery, Wellness and Employment. We serve people 18 and older who have lived experience with mental illness and cognitive impairments. Please come check us out. We welcome volunteers to come in and see the program and participate before commenting to volunteering.
The PSN is open:
Download our brochure here. [PDF]
For further information, contact PSN Director Sarah Selkovits at firstname.lastname@example.org
Message from Peer Support Workers, Alicia Jones and Dillon Search-Wells
Come and be your real self! There's no judgement here. We respect that each person's path onto recovery is unique. Come and appreciate an atmosphere of fun stimulation or calm interaction; it's really your choice. Peer Support Network (PSN) is run by and for the needs of peers, so we're open during the Community Meetings for requests on how best the Center can meet our collective concerns. We'll listen empathically to your recovery challenges because we simply get it. Join group discussions and activities with members to learn from another's perspective, as we all take part in a supportive community. Express the impact mental health issues have had in your life here. We as your peers, can validate and gently encourage you to explore effective ways that may be helpful to you as you strive for your life and recovery goals.
Find your harmony through the foundation of your strengths. Be empowered in learning vital tools and healthier recovery strategies. PSN knows RECOVERY IS REAL AND ALWAYS ACHIEVABLE. Rather than go it alone, come and be unconditionally accepted into the fold of the ever growing recovery learning community through the Peer Support Network center. We are here to meet you in whatever stage you are currently in. We hope to see you soon!