Peer Recovery Resource Centers

The Middle Peninsula Northern Neck Community Services Board Peer Recovery Services (PRS) innovative Peer Recovery Centers (PRCs) embody the growth of the current substance use disorder and/or mental health consumer movement to provide a safe recovery environment for the community and its people. The Centers provide an open environment with computers, arts and crafts tables, small libraries, television, Wi-Fi and laptops, as well as opportunities for socialization, personal educational enhancements and community integration.

The Centers provide a safe, social setting where can engage in their broad community and realize that recovery is possible. All classes, groups and events are planned and implemented by people who have been successful in the recovery process and are committed to work with others experiencing similar situations. Peer staff working at the Centers offers a wide variety of activities which empower peers to take an active role in treatment, wellness and recovery.

Activities

Activities include the following:

  • Advance Directives
  • Advocacy
  • Artistic Endeavors
  • Computer Lab
  • Educational Opportunities
  • Field Trips
  • Hiking
  • Social Activities
  • Trauma Informed Peer Support
  • Twelve Step Meetings
  • Veterans Peer Support
  • Wellness & Fitness Activities

People who come to the Centers are responsible for their own choices. The Centers do not provide supervision.

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