At Peer Recovery Resources we are peers in active recovery using our lived experiences to connect our community through education, hope, and empowerment.
We are here to help you, just reach out to us.
Welcome To Peer Recovery Resources
We serve those with mental health and/or substance use challenges as well as their loved ones and advocates by providing peer support. Peer Support is a structured relationship where a trained peer worker or volunteer, who has gone through a personal process of recovery with a mental health and/or substance use challenge, assists other people with mental health and/or substance use challenges to identify and achieve life goals.
Board Members, Johnny Puckett and Mary Ann Furniss were honored recently to receive a special Civitan Grant to help further our important work.
We provide support to all individuals with mental health and or substance use challenges–regardless of faith, creed, race, ethnicity, religion, political affiliation, gender identity/sexual orientation, or disability.
Our Peer Support Specialists teach classes in wellness recovery topics and provide one-on-one peer mentoring to individuals. We listen to each person’s story, share the skills we have learned through our lived experiences, and help direct people to resources in their community.
We offer help to all individuals. Some of the populations we currently serve include older adults, individuals facing homelessness and/or poverty, veterans, businesses, organizations, and the general public. Primarily, we teach residents at the following outreach sites: Glover Plaza, James Walker, and Haven Ministries.
StepUp Wilmington empowers individuals to reach their potential and lead stable lives through satisfying work. http://stepupwilmington.org/
Peer Recovery Resources teaches and advises Phoenix job counselors on how to communicate and assist people with mental health and/or substance use challenges.
Wilmington Affiliate, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is dedicated to building better lives for people living with mental illness. https://namiwilmington.org/
Peer Recovery Resources participates and teaches in various NAMI individual and family support group programs.
Haven Ministries is a Gospel-integrated treatment clinic for all individuals, but especially individuals and families experiencing homelessness and poverty, seeking treatment for trauma, mental illness and/or substance use challenges.
Peer Recovery Resources teaches recovery to women in their transitional living program.
Help Hub is a collaborative outreach program providing short-term or emergency assistance to individuals and families in need of financial help and/or guidance to connect them with additional resources. http://harrelsoncenter.org/the-help-hub
Peer Recovery Resources takes referrals from Help Hub and refers individuals to Help Hub for other community-based services.
Catholic Charities Catholic Charities welcomes individuals and families of all faiths or no faith tradition, living in the following counties to participate in services: Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover, and Pender.