We collaborate with people with mental health lived experience, their families, mental health providers, and the community as a whole to transform the mental health system to a wellness and recovery model that honors the resiliency of our communities.
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Today PEERS' Associate Director Lynn Rivas spoke at the POCC "50-Year History of the Mental Health Consumer Movement" event in Oakland.
Mental Health Day of Prayer is a national event to raise awareness about Mental Health, and an opportunity to share how spirituality can aid in recovery and help maintain wellness.
Oakland Tribune: July 26th, 2015 – Kenneth Kozi Arrington, Program Coordinator with PEERS, was there to get the word out that help, information and support is available for people living with mental health [challenges].
Youth and young adults are breaking down silos and leading the way towards collaborations that will positively impact the lives of transition age youth throughout California.