Peer Recovery Support is a mutual process of giving and receiving support and education from individuals with shared life experiences. Services are provided by individuals in recovery from mental illness and/or addiction who use their lived experience as a tool to assist others by sharing their personal journeys and knowledge. Peer services play a vital role in laying the foundation for sustained recovery. Peer Recovery Supporters encourage inspire and empower others to set recovery goals and achieve them.
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Benefits Planning is a key component of Social Security’s strategy to promote employment among disability beneficiaries and reduce dependence on SSI and Title II cash benefits.
Our Certified Work Incentive Practitioner assists beneficiaries making employment and financial decisions, as well as helping them with signing up for any and all other Federal, State, and local benefits they may qualify.
When people are newly sober, they are moving from a culture of addiction to a culture of recovery. Recovery housing gives them the time and support needed to change those behaviors that previously were required for survival in the culture of addiction. Through a community of support, residents practice new behaviors that will help them thrive in their communities and sustain long-term recovery. It’s a place where people fit in, have common experiences and goals, and can be authentic without having to explain their addiction or recovery needs.