Becoming a mental health or substance use Peer Recovery Supporter
Peer Recovery Supporters (Peer Support Specialist) fill a vital role in the recovery community. Their ability to share their lived experience helps them connect with individuals in many stages of recovery. Peer Recovery Supporters show support by:
If you think you would like to become a Peer Recovery Supporter (PRS), we encourage you to stop in the HOPE Community Center and talk with a PRS. Join a peer led class and see what being a peer leader is all about. Become part of an evening recovery group. There are many paths to recovery and our Peer Recovery Supporters help others find their path and change lives everyday.
Becoming a First Responder Peer Support Team member
Please contact Amy Foley, Team Leader for this Team at 513-607-9290 to discuss training opportunities and the application process.
We are a peer operated organization that provides recovery-oriented services that include social support, learning opportunities, leadership training and creative expression.
”Coming here changed my life. I never thought I would be able to finish a class or lead a group. Now I am doing those things and I am showing others how to do that too.”
– Male, 33
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4 Cecelia Drive
Amelia, OH 45102
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