Read more about each person's story by clicking on their name.
- Alexa is a Youth and Young Adult Certified Peer Specialist who helps young adults 16 and older on their recovery journey.
- Floyd utilized Social Security Work Incentives to supplement his benefits by becoming a Certified Peer Specialist.
- Emilia found Recovery through the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) after serving time in jail.
- Shirley, Mark, and Tonya all improved their health by cutting back or quitting smoking.
- Leigh's recovery journey included medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to help her address her triggers and make behavior changes.
- Dwayne is in recovery and works as a Community Outreach Specialist helping people with their recovery.
- Ondra is a grandmother who learned PCIT (Parent-Child Interaction therapy) to improve her relationship with her grandson.
- Sally talks about addressing stigma and how it’s benefitted her recovery.
- Anthony learned about eating healthy and other things by working with a Nurse Health Navigator.
- Justine works full-time as a Youth Support Partner helping to explain behavioral health concerns to youth and young adults ages 10-21.
- Deborah lives her Recovery one day at a time. She believes in compassion and person-centered care.
- Janel works with a peer specialist in her recovery journey. She likes the fact that her peer specialist can identify with many of her experiences.