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Peer Support

Are you struggling with substance use, mental health or looking to explore recovery? Then let one of our peer specialists at assist you in discovering what pathways you can take to live a happier and healthier life. Peer support is a low-barrier and low-commitment program. There are no requirements to sign up or stay in the program and it is free to everybody!

What is Peer Support?

Peer support is the process of giving non-clinical counseling to support long-term recovery. Peer support is delivered by a peer specialist who has lived experience of recovery and has been trained to guide others through the recovery process. Peer specialists can assist you in creating and maintaining a recovery plan, which can help you to enhance your quality of life. 

What Can Peer Support Help With?

Peer support can provide numerous benefits including:

  • Improve the quality of life

  • Coping with or stopping substance use

  • Improved mental health

  • Improved access to social supports

  • Improved housing stability

  • Improve engagement and satisfaction with services

  • Increased treatment retention

  • Decreased utilization of emergency services

  • Decreased involvement with the criminal justice system

  • Help accessing community services such as food stamps, housing, treatment options and more

How to Sign Up:

No insurance or ID is required. Peer support is FREE for everyone. Walk-ins are welcome, but to guarantee a session at a specific time, contact the JCPH clinic to make an appointment:

Phone: 303-239-7078

Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 

            10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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