Peer Place Support Center
A Community of Friends Supporting Wellness & Recovery
Image: Thanks to Christina Encinosa
Our mission is to encourage individuals to take charge of their own recovery from mental illness and/or substance abuse by offering them the opportunity to achieve their personal potential and continued growth through after care and ongoing support, supported employment, recreation, and education.
Why not join us and see for yourself just what makes Peer Place such a special part of our community? Bring your family and friends, meet new friends and learn about our programs and services. Why not become a member TODAY?
Want to talk by phone? Call our Mental Health GPS Helpline: 561-801-HELP (4357)
Activities at Peer Place (click here to learn about our daily activities):
At Peer Place you can:
Take a video tour of Peer Place!
Abbe Giannoutsos received the 2013 Volunteer of the Year Award for the time she donates to Peer Place Support Center and for helping to initiate Peer Place Jewelry!!!
Here is what Peer Place participants say about Peer Place:
“I like participating in activities and helping out the peer mentors as much as I can. I feel included when I come here, and that’s why I keep coming back.”
“Peer Place saved my life!”
“For me [Peer Place] is a safe haven... If Peer Place were not open today I would be in my apartment isolating. Peer Place also helps because if I am having a problem, it is a place where I can talk to someone and get a different view on the problem and options on how to deal with the problem. Without Peer Place, I would not be doing anything except isolation and slowly deteriorating mentally. So this place helps.”
"Peer Place gave me a better will to live."
Support for Peer Place
Please DONATE ONLINE today to help fully fund Peer Place or, if more convenient, call us at 561-832-3755.
Thank you to our many generous donors for their ongoing support of Peer Place!
|Thanks to Magellan for you support!||Wycliffe Charities|
TDDs will be made available for use by clients and employees who are deaf or hearing impaired when telephones are available for use by clients who are not deaf or hearing impaired.