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What is Peer Support Services
Our Peer Support Services Program is designed to create an opportunity for individual growth and change. A peer support staff member will meet with you one on one to help provide reliable resources and support along with your treatment team at Willamette Family.
What can I expect from Peer Support Services?
As a client receiving Peer Support Services, you can expect to build a relationship with someone who understands the difficulties experienced during early recovery. Your Peer Support Specialist will meet with you to identify your personal goals, help you develop a realistic plan for accomplishing those goals and walk with you throughout your journey.
Why choose peer support?
- Assistance in reducing barriers to recovery (transportation, basic food, shelter, education, employment and support meetings)
- Support from someone who has had similar experiences
- Information and referrals to additional community resources
How do I access services?
Call or visit our Rapid Access Center (RAC) to complete an assessment.
8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Friday (541) 762-4300
195 W. 12th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401