A Safe Place
We are your peers, and we know what it’s like.
We know what it’s like for people to question our drinking or drug use. What it’s like to question ourselves, to feel angry, confused, scared or ashamed.
We also know what it’s like to make a change, to regain our health and peace of mind. You are not alone, and we are here to talk. Confidentially or anonymously. Contact us today.
If You Call Us
We will not tell you what you “need” to do. We will not judge or lecture you. Instead, we will listen — respectfully, privately, you do not even have to give us your name if you do not want to. Then, if you are interested, we will give you the benefit of our experience as recovering peers. We will answer your questions to the best of our ability, provide you with information about resources and other avenues of support. But we will not share anything you say outside this program. We won’t even give your name to other Peer Volunteers unless you give us permission.
If you decide on treatment, we can help with that, too. We know which programs are covered under the company’s health care plans. We know about the Employee Assistance Program, how they can help IF you’d like.
Most of all, we offer friendship and support. We are Peer Volunteers who simply want to help. Call one of us today.