Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services are services provided by trained peers who have lived experience of mental illness and/or substance use disorder.
The CPRS Conference brings together current Certified Peer Recovery Specialists, peers who want to become CPRS’s and also behavioral health providers for a day of workshops, awards, and networking. The 2019 conference will be held Oct. 6-7 in Nashville.
Tennessee’s Certified Peer Recovery Specialist program provides State certification for individuals who provide direct peer-to-peer support services to others who have mental illness, substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders.
Are you someone who struggles with mental illness and/or substance abuse? Would you like to talk to someone who understands? Call the Peer Recovery Call Center. The Peer Recovery Call Center helps those who struggle with mental illness or substance abuse.
Peer Support Centers are places where people with mental illness and substance use disorders can learn about recovery, find peer support, and have fun—all for free. The friends you make there will become like family to you.
A listing of Tennessee's 45 peer support centers. Find location, contact information, and center hours.
The State of Tennessee is embarking on a new project for 16-25 year olds who are transitioning into adulthood and who have lived experience with mental illness, substance abuse, foster care, juvenile justice, and/or is at-risk of being homeless. Youth and young adults who have "been there" and who have a passion to help others are needed to drive this movement!
The Consumer Advisory Board has been a voice for recovery in Tennessee since 1994. The mission of the Consumer Advisory Board is to voice an informed perspective on policy and planning issues that impacts the recovery, resiliency, and rights of persons with mental illness and substance use disorder.