Peer Support Program

The Peer Support Program provides recovery-oriented services to individuals who struggle with serious mental illness. Services are provided one on one in the community by a Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) who is an individual with a mental health diagnosis who has received specialized training and is in recovery themselves. Peer Support Services are directed by the person receiving support. The relationship between the individual receiving services and the Certified Peer Specialist often instill hope which is based on their mutual experiences. Services are intended to supplement other mental health services the individual may be receiving.

Thresholds' Peer Support Specialists are trained in the following recovery tools:

  • Personal Medicine
  • Whole Health
  • Power Statements
  • Decision Support
  • Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP)
  • Peer Group Services

Our Certified Peer Specialists have obtained additional certifications to assist:

  • Transitional Age Young adults
  • Veterans
  • Individuals with Forensic Issues
  • Older adults

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Peer Support Services

Linda Groff
Vice President, Mental Health Services
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