We strive to create a barrier-free community free from discrimination and stigma, where individuals labeled as "mentally ill" are included and treated as equals with dignity, compassion, mutual respect, and unconditional high regard — where we live, learn, love, work, play, and pray in safety and acceptance.
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If you use social media often, this article can help you prevent your social media usage from taking a toll on your mental health.
Starting Wednesday, August 23rd, PEERS will be hosting a Wellness Recovery Action Plan group for women.
In the latest edition of Kozi's Korner, Programs Outreach Coordinator Kozi Arrington explains about the connection between wellness, being yourself, and Pride.
Yesterday, PEERS conducted an interview with Chinese American Action Team member Jean Lee about reducing mental health stigma for Asian Americans, the importance of flowers and pets for wellbeing, and, of course, her short stories!