Peer Support Services
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is happy to offer Peer Support as another service for individuals seeking customized supports. Peer support professionals utilize their own life experiences to facilitate planning and navigation in other individuals' recovery journeys. Peer supports can be especially helpful in a variety of situations, including, but not limited to:
- Utilizing community links and supports
- Developing personalized recovery plans
- Acclimating to a new recovery group
- Learning and applying coping/wellness skills
- Using assertive communication skills and safe boundaries when interacting with others
- Acquiring symptom management skills
- Discovering and using skills to grown independence
- Following a health and wellness plan
Peer support encourages individuals to take a leadership role in guiding their recovery and selecting supports. These professionals embody and share the core recovery principle of hope to assist individuals with actively engaging in their own recovery process. Peer support can also be helpful for renewing motivation for change and assisting with reducing roadblocks and challenges.
Peer support professionals can provide either group or individual sessions, using the lens of their own recovery to offer support and perspective to the individuals' experiences. These services can be provided in an office or in the community where an individual lives in order to provide "real world, real time" assistance.
Peer Support Services can be integrated with a variety of individualized bundled service packages. Contact our admissions department for additional information on peers supporting peers!
- Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
- Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
- Addiction and Co-Occurring Services
- Peer Support Services
- Comprehensive Residential Treatment
- Outpatient Services
- Young Adult Services
- Residential Options
- Action Recovery: Brain Injury Services
- Residential Treatment Facilities for Adults (RTFA)
"As a staff member, I have learned a lot about mental health and I have witnessed many residents transform from a place of fear and paranoia to becoming outgoing, secure, content and able to hold a job in the community and much more.”- Cathy K. (staff)