Lifeline Peer Project
What is the Lifeline Peer Project?
The Lifeline Peer Project is established to reduce stigma related to the disease of addiction and increase access to substance abuse recovery like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
What are the services offered with Lifeline Peer Project?
Lifeline Representatives help start Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, and other self-help support groups. They help connect individuals with treatment and they speak publicly about their own personal experience with recovery.
How do I access the Lifeline Peer Project?
There are 10 Lifeline coordinators serving regions state wide and 10 hybrid Lifeline coordinators focusing on rural, distressed counties. The map below includes the locations of the Lifeline Coordinators along with their direct contact information.
For more information, contact a Lifeline Representative near you.
Hybrid Lifeline Peer Project
In collaboration with the Department of Human Services, TDMHSAS and our community partners are proud to offer Lifeliners who focus exclusively on rural distressed counties and serve people eligible for TANF and SNAP. You can find the Hybrid Lifeliner contact information on the documents above, and you can learn more about the program in the following video.